Grants Announced For Environmental Education In BaltimoreOfficials said the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will provide $120,000 to give high school students immersive environmental education opportunities.
Fresh Start Program Gives At-Risk City Youth Shot At Graduation, EmploymentA program designed to take at-risk Baltimore teens and teach them academic skills to obtain a GED is yielding positive results.
Entrepreneurial Program Teaches Baltimore Students How To Run A BusinessA special entrepreneurial program at the UA House gave Baltimore middle school students hands-on business experience this summer.
Baltimore Kids Get New Sports FacilityA new state-of-the-art sports facility fits right in with M&T Bank Stadium and Camden Yards--only this one is just for kids.
Ray Rice Chooses The Living Classrooms Foundation As His Charity In National CompetitionIt's a big honor for a local organization. Baltimore Ravens star running back Ray Rice got to choose a charity he wants to support as part of a national competition sponsored by Popchips. Rice chose the Living Classrooms Foundation.
Volunteers Work To Make Inner Harbor Cleaner & SaferA polluted Inner Harbor is becoming cleaner and safer, thanks to teams of volunteers.
Lady Maryland In Baltimore Dry Dock For RepairsThe Lady Maryland will spend the winter on dry land.
Baltimore Students Get Hands-On Learning In Outdoor ClassroomsThe Living Classrooms Foundation, a Baltimore-based educational nonprofit organization, is taking the classroom outside by having city students plant their own garden.