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Congratulations are in order for Baltimore City College High School’s choir. This Saturday during their annual Spring concert, Knight of Music Gala, they will be awarded with a music scholarship from the Recording Academy. Jeriel Johnson, Executive Director of The Recording Academy spoke on giving the school the grant. “Funding for music education has been […]

Who doesn’t love a name change? Pier Six Pavilion will now be known as MECU Pavilion. It’s part of a naming-rights deal with the local credit union, Live Nation, SMG and MECU credit union. The outdoor venue is currently undergoing a more than $4 million renovation to put in new seating, update the dressing rooms […]

Seven elementary students in Prince George’s Co. used razor blades from pencil sharpeners to cut their arms. A spokesman said Tuesday that a William Paca Elementary School parent alerted staff to her concerns March 29, according to WTOP. Prince George’s Co. Schools sent a crisis counseling team to the school in Landover. The school’s administration […]

A multi million dollar contract with the country’s top vendor of body cameras for police has authorized a city plan to extend by Baltimore board.The city’s Board of Estimates on Wednesday amended an existing $11.7 million contract with Axon Enterprise Inc, an Arizona-based company formerly known as Taser International. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! For […]

In an effort to provide healthy food choices to lower income neighborhoods, the Salvation Army opened its first full-service grocery store in Baltimore recently. It hopes that it will be the first of many stores to help combat the nation’s number of “food deserts,” which are disadvantaged neighborhoods lacking stores that sell fresh meats and […]

It’s been two days since the shooting at Great Mills Highschool that left one person dead and 2 students in critical condition. On Tuesday, Austin Rollins, was killed after shooting his rumored girlfriend Jaelynn Willey and a freshmen at the school. At the time of the shooting, it wasn’t clear what the motive behind the […]

Anyone who wants to go to college ALWAYS dreamed of it being FREE, especially the parents of their son/daughter doesn’t get a scholarship. Well, if Baltimore County Executive, Kevin Kamenetz, plan goes throuh, students attending community college will have that oppurtunity. On Monday, Kamenetz announced his proposal for his fiscal year 19, includes a Baltimore […]

Baltimore City, we have got to do better. In a report issued by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Baltimore City has come in at the bottom of the pack for the least healthy jurisdiction in Maryland. There are 30 factors that the report considers when doing the ranking. They consider education, jobs, housing, exercise, commuting times and others. […]

After just announcing her run to remain at Baltimore City State’s Attorney, Marilyn Mosby along with other law officials announced a MAJOR drug bust that was operating out of Cherry Hill. Yesterday, they held a news conference announcing the indictment of senior members of a drug trafficking group. Fox Baltimore reports, “In 2016, the law enforcement […]