Baltimore News

  • Is the Mosby-Neverdon Race for Real?

    Now that the primary election in Baltimore has proclaimed Marilyn Mosby the Democratic candidate for City State’s Attorney, a race that is usually sealed in this majority Democrat city and state, is really beginning. Or is it? Then Democrat Russell Neverdon declared in February of this year, ...

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  • Hayes to Expand Opportunities in the 40th District

    Six months before he officially takes office, Antonio Hayes, the presumptive delegate of the 40th District has begun working on behalf of his district. He is assisting Violetville residents in their attempts to revitalize a local park. While Hayes may not yet be among the most familiar names in ...

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  • Regulations Block Success of Necessary Food Program

    At the end of each school year, municipalities throughout the country seek ways to provide for the loss of free meals many children receive and rely on. However, federal regulations governing the programs that fund free meals to low-income children are blocking the success of the effort. Of the ...

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  • Opinions Range on Housing Immigrant Children

    The push to find homes for hundreds of unaccompanied Central American immigrant children increases as Maryland leaders search to find a solution to the current immigration crisis. The prevailing thought is that the children are leaving their home country due to the violence they’re forced to ...

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  • Report: Racism in BWI’s Concessions Workforce

    African-Americans are disproportionately represented among fast food workers at Maryland’s BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, while White workers are far more likely to be employed in the often higher paying roles of servers and bartenders, according to a report released by UNITE HERE, a service ...

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  • Speak to My Heart Ministries

    Speak to My Heart Ministries is holding a Community Outreach and Health Fair, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Aug. 9 at 3903 W. Belvedere Ave. in Baltimore. The theme of the day is “Harvest Time”! Health screenings include blood pressure, TB, diabetes, vision and more. Activities include live music ...

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  • Dr. Burns and Rising Sun Ramp it Up for 30 Days in August

    State Del. Dr. Emmett Burns, pastor of Rising Sun First Baptist Church in Baltimore County, has put together a most unique program for the month of August. The 30 Days of August Celebration begin, Aug. 1, with a special Community Prayer and Praise Service. This is followed on Aug. 2, with the ...

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  • Williams Family Members Names ‘Siblings of the Year’

    The Baltimore office of National Neighbor to Family recently announced their 2014 Siblings of the Year and the award went to the Williams family of Baltimore City. Upon notification, the oldest living sibling, Barry Williams said, “All my life…I knew I was blessed. Yes we had/have a ...

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