Where's Marty? Visiting With Civic Works At The Clifton MansionThis morning we were at the historic Clifton Mansion in Clifton Park. It was built in 1803 by shipping magnate Henry Thompson and later sold to Johns Hopkins, who made it his summer home. Having Johns Hopkins himself on the resume is a showstopper, but these days the mansion is home to Civic Works, Baltimore's service corporation.
Volunteers Help At 17 Baltimore Sites for Civic Works' Ricky Myers Day Of ServiceHundreds of volunteers turned out for the Civic Works 19th annual Ricky Myers Day of Service, helping at 17 different sites around the city Saturday.
Affordable Produce Delivery Program 'Civic Works' Helps Baltimore Senior CitizenFresh produce and a friendly face. That's what civic works are serving up for Baltimore's senior citizens.
Civic Works Leads Day Of Service In Baltimore On MLK DayThe local non-profit, Civic Works, came together Monday to remember Dr. King with a day of service.
Civic Works Americorps Transforms Lots To GardensBaltimore is being recognized for its dedication to community service and has recently been named the number one city for producing Americorps members.
Volunteers Join In Civic Works Day Of Service To Improve The CityHundreds of volunteers scattered throughout Charm City Saturday to help improve it's image as a part of Civic Works 15th Annual Ricky Myers Day of Service.
Multi-Million Dollar Clifton Mansion Project To Restore Hopkins' Former HomeIt's a mansion with two centuries of Baltimore history and famous residents. The Clifton Mansion is in the middle of a months-long restoration.