Julius Henson, Company Must Pay $1M for Robocalls

Julius Henson, past campaign consultant to former Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich was ordered by a U.S. District Court judge to pay $1 million to the state for sending out robocalls to prevent Black voters...

Visit Baltimore Launches Legends & Legacies

Visit Baltimore has just launched the new Legends and Legacies Experience Pass commemorating the lives and achievements of individuals whose courage and perseverance helped develop the United States of America as we know it....

Black Owned Business Wins Major Bid for Second Grand Prix Race

The Grand Prix Race that thrilled residents and tourist last Labor Day weekend will return for a second run through the streets of Downtown Baltimore City. Wary of falling into the same potholes of last...

Former Morgan State Coach/Administrator Jesse Thomas Dies at 84

Former Morgan State football coach and administrator Jesse Thomas, who served more than 40 years at MSU, died on May 16. He was 84-years-old. Thomas’ coaching career dates back to the “glory days” of...

Students Seek Funding to Further Transform Mt. Auburn Cemetery

The rejuvenation of Cherry Hill’s Mt. Auburn Cemetery is nothing short of a pure miracle. Combined efforts of area college students, civic organizations, inmates, and local and state leaders helped push to clean and...

Maryland Officials Call for Uniformity in Combating Human Sex Trafficking

Gov. Martin O’Malley launched a two-day conference on Combating Human Sex Trafficking in Maryland, May 21, speaking to a group of four hundred federal, local, and state leaders and officials. The conference focused on...

Rev. Marion C. Bascom Pastor Emeritus of Baltimore’s Douglas Memorial Community Church Passes Away...

The Rev. Marion C. Bascom, one of Baltimore’s major civil rights voices for the past 60 years and pastor emeritus of Baltimore’s Douglas Memorial Community Church, has passed away. He was 87. Bascom was recognized...

Provost of Baltimore’s Coppin State University Named First Female President of Central State University

Coppin State University Provost Dr. Cynthia Jackson-Hammond will become the first female president of Central State University, the Ohio school has announced. Only the eighth president in the historically Black university’s history, Jackson-Hammond follows in...

Faith Pulse – 35th Ministry Anniversary

Celebrate with the Rev. Eva Sapp in recognition of 35 years in ministry, 3 p.m., May 19, at the Greater New Hope Baptist Church, 2720 W. North Ave. She presently leads the His Way...

VA Maryland Health Care System Observes Nurses Week with Awards Ceremony

The Veterans Affairs (VA) Maryland Health Care System observed National Nurses Week (May 6-12) with an awards ceremony, May 7, in the auditorium at the Baltimore VA Medical Center. Janet D. Allan, PhD, RN,...

Mother’s Day Weekend Plagued with Violence

Baltimore City Police are still investigating several violent incidents that claimed four lives and left others in the hospital with injuries over Mother’s Day weekend. Police say they are close to making arrests in...

Casting Call To Be Held for Dynamic Gospel Stage Play Production

A dynamic new stage play will be presented in Baltimore this fall, and performers are being sought to fill a variety of roles. Battle Stage Plays will be presenting this gospel stage play production...
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