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(410) 377-2222

6400 York Rd
Baltimore, MD 21212   Directions


Baltimore Business Journal
Baltimore Business Journal

(410) 576-1161

36 S Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201   Directions


M&T wants to bring employees back downtown in 2022, remains 'bullish' on Baltimore
01/19/2022 6:33am

Augie Chiasera, the banks regional president, said he remains bullish on Baltimore and will continue to occupy space in downtown and in Montgomery Park. Other big companies have left for the glitzier Harbor East and Harbor Point.

D.C. Metro CEO Paul Wiedefeld to retire
01/19/2022 6:32am

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority CEO Paul Wiedefeld, notified the agencys board on Tuesday of his plans to retire later this year.Wiedefeld said he will retire in six months, after six years leading the regional transit agency, per a Metro announcement Tuesday afternoon.Forty-plus years in transportation teaches you that there is no set mile-marker for this decision, but given the seismic shifts happening in transit and the region, Metro needs a leader who can commit to several

Don Fry to retire as president of the Greater Baltimore Committee
01/18/2022 11:01pm

Fry has led the business leadership group for 20 years.

Cross Street Partners expands East Baltimore footprint with another office project
01/18/2022 3:37pm

The developer just acquired a 150-year-old warehouse north of Johns Hopkins Hospital.

PM Hotel merges with D.C.-based competitor
01/18/2022 3:37pm

Its the latest expansion, and second major merger in three months, for the Chevy Chase hotel company.

Baltimore City Paper
Baltimore City Paper

(410) 523-2222

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions


Baltimore Jewish Times
Baltimore Jewish Times

(410) 902-2300

11459 Cronhill Dr
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions


‘We were terrified’: Texas rabbi says he threw a chair at synagogue gunman to facilitate escape
01/17/2022 2:07pm

Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker has publicly described for the first time the moment he and two other hostages escaped a gunman in his synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, on Saturday. The last hour or so of the standoff, he wasnt getting what he wanted, Cytron-Walker told CBS in an interview posted on Monday morning. It didnt look The post We were terrified: Texas rabbi says he threw a chair at synagogue gunman to facilitate escape appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

All Texas synagogue hostages ‘out alive and safe’ after harrowing 12-hour standoff
01/15/2022 5:24pm

By Ron Kampeas and Andrew Lapin Update: All four hostages at a synagogue in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area were declared out alive and safe by Texas Governor Greg Abbott at 9:33 p.m. CST on Saturday following a 12-hour standoff with an armed assailant in an unfolding saga that terrified Jews worldwide. The hostage situation The post All Texas synagogue hostages out alive and safe after harrowing 12-hour standoff appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Parshat Beshalach: Many Nachshons in history
01/14/2022 7:54am

By Rabbi Jennifer Weiner Beshalach finds us standing at the proverbial shores of freedom. In this parshah, Moses tells the Israelites to gather their belongings. He relays the words from God: Speak to the people of Israel they shall travel. It is for this reason that they find themselves trapped between a raging sea and The post Parshat Beshalach: Many Nachshons in history appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

You Should Know … Jaz Erenberg
01/13/2022 2:14pm

Jaz Erenberg, 31, paints to bridge socioeconomic gaps in the Baltimore community. After finishing her service in the Israel Defense Forces, Erenberg attended Shankar University. She then transferred to the Maryland Institute College of Art and received a bachelors degree in fine arts focused on sculpture. After graduating, Erenberg dabbled as an art teacher and The post You Should Know Jaz Erenberg appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

01/13/2022 1:48pm

On Dec. 27, Yakov Shvartsman of Baltimore at 91. He is survived by wife Liliya Shvartsman son Alex Victoria Shvartsman brother Leonid Shvartsman grandchildren Alina Vadim Betsis and Eugene Anna Shvartsman and great-grandchildren Maksim Betsis, Anthony Betsis and Olivia Betsis.The post SHVARTSMAN appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Maryland Public Television
Maryland Public Television

(410) 356-5600

11767 Owings Mills Blvd
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions


The  Daily Record
The Daily Record

(443) 524-8100

200 St Paul Pl
Baltimore, MD 21202   Directions



(202) 332-0080

2519 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21218   Directions


Belair-Edison residents ‘take back’ community, celebrate a homicide-free year
01/19/2022 12:39am

By Demetrius Dillard Special to the AFRO Though Baltimore City is coming from a dreadful year that saw more than 330 homicides, the Belair-Edison community has something to celebrate. The past year was monumental for Safe Streets Belair-Edison as the organization recorded zero homicides in 365 days in its catchment zone, which lies within Northeast The post Belair-Edison residents take back community, celebrate a homicide-free year appeared first on Afro.

Nonprofit Lori’s Hands Helps foster intergenerational exchanges in Baltimore
01/19/2022 12:04am

By Nadine Matthews Special to the AFRO The nonprofit Loris Hands came about as a tribute to a mother. The organization that began in Delaware, and expanded to Baltimore two years ago, aims to create synergistic relationships wIth its clients, particularly the underserved low-income older adults with age-related health issues. Our Founder and current President The post Nonprofit Loris Hands Helps foster intergenerational exchanges in Baltimore appeared first on Afro.

PBS’ ‘Unapologetic’ spotlights new generation of Black women activists
01/18/2022 10:52pm

By Nadine Matthews Special to the AFRO Perhaps nothing symbolizes Janae Bosus growth more than the fact that she earned her Ph.D by the end of the four years during which the documentary Unapologetic was shot. Specifically, Unapologetic, now streaming on PBS as part of its POV series, chronicles the evolution of Bosu and another The post PBS Unapologetic spotlights new generation of Black women activists appeared first on Afro.

The end of an era: Baltimore radio legend Porkchop retires after 20 years
01/18/2022 8:10pm

By Brittany Logan Special to the AFRO Its the end of an era in Baltimore radio. After 20 years of gracing Baltimore airwaves with his uniquely raspy voice, Johnny Porkchop Doswell said goodbye to listeners in a two hour retirement party that he broadcasted live on Facebook. I am retiring from radio. Its been a The post The end of an era: Baltimore radio legend Porkchop retires after 20 years appeared first on Afro.

National Day of Racial Healing celebrates the voices in America calling for unity and peace
01/18/2022 6:01pm

Statement by Dr. Gail C. Christopher, Executive Director, National Collaborative for Health Equity WASHINGTON The National Collaborative for Health Equity has a vision and a mission to eliminate health inequities and to help create conditions that will allow all people to experience optimal health and well-being. But we know that the biggest barrier The post National Day of Racial Healing celebrates the voices in America calling for unity and peace appeared first on Afro.

The Baltimore Sun
The Baltimore Sun

(410) 332-6000

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions


At Columbia’s Robinson Nature Center, a class series with seniors in mind
01/19/2022 6:31am

A new monthly series designed for seniors has begun at Robinson Nature Center. Covering topics such as identifying trees and winter astronomy, the Senior Naturalist program is loosely based on the University of Maryland Extension offices Master Naturalist Volunteer Training program.

Oriole of the Day: Brutal closing stretch spoiled Paul Fry’s once-strong 2021
01/19/2022 6:00am

Left-hander Paul Fry, briefly deemed the closer, was manager Brandon Hydes most trusted reliever early in 2021. But an epic collapse down the stretch, fueled by an evaporation of his command, saw Frys ERA spike above 6.00 as he ended the year in Triple-A.

Michelle Goldberg: Waiting for omicron | GUEST COMMENTARY
01/19/2022 5:11am

Youre not supposed to want to get omicron just to get it over with. In article after article, experts warn against trying to catch the virus in the hope of putting it behind you.

‘Hoda & Jenna’ honors Havre de Grace nonprofit head
01/19/2022 5:00am

PJ Craig was surprised on the show with a trip to Hawaii

Save Point arcade and video game store aims to ‘put Union Bridge on the map’
01/19/2022 5:00am

Save Point Arcade has become the go-to spot for video game enthusiasts in the region. Located in Union Bridge, Save Point features a donation-driven free-play arcade with more than 20 rotating games, and also buys, sells and refurbishes video games from every era.


(410) 467-3000

3800 Hooper Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions


WATCH: Step-by-step demonstration for taking at-home COVID-19 test
01/19/2022 6:52am

The federal governments website to order free at-home tests launched this week.

Slushy snow Thursday morning, weekend snow tracking offshore
01/19/2022 6:47am

Once again, most of the Baltimore area will have to brace for some more winter weather over the next couple of days.

California high school student receives a perfect score on SAT exam
01/19/2022 6:25am

The College Board, which administers the exam, said only a fraction of a percent of test takers earn a perfect score.

Reisterstown apartment fire ruled arson, displaced more than 20 residents
01/19/2022 5:57am

A fire at a Reisterstown condo building is now an arson investigation. Police arrested the man they believe set the fire that displaced 20 people.

Doctor thinks COVID-19 will transition to endemic status in 2022
01/19/2022 5:46am

Some doctors said as we enter year two of the coronavirus pandemic, the focus needs to shift as COVID-19 starts to become an endemic disease.


(410) 467-4545

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions



(410) 578-7500

3725 Malden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions


Maryland Weather: A Brief Thaw Wednesday Before Snow Moves In
01/18/2022 10:20pm

A pleasant day is in store Wednesday as temperatures briefly thaw in the upper 40s by the afternoon. The thaw will be short-lived as another Arctic front moves east.

Ovechkin Scores 27th Goal, Capitals Beat Jets In Overtime
01/18/2022 10:12pm

WASHINGTON AP Alex Ovechkin fumed after he thought the referees missed a penalty call and screamed obscenities from the bench after watching the replay. On his very next shift, he scored his NHL-leading 27th goal of the season to spark a comeback and help the Washington Capitals beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 in overtime

Michigan Gets First Win In A Month, Slams Maryland 83-64
01/18/2022 10:09pm

The Terrapins are scheduled to host 17th-ranked Illinois on Friday. Michigan is scheduled to play at Indiana on Sunday.

Marilyn Mosby Pushes For Quick Trial Before Her Next Election; Jurors Could Come From Outside Baltimore City
01/18/2022 10:05pm

An initial court appearance for Mosby has not yet been set.

5G Debut Delayed Near Some Airports After Warning Of ‘Massive Disruptions’
01/18/2022 10:00pm

Two major telecommunication companies put a pause on the launch of their new wireless service near key airports following concerns over interference with aircraft technology.

WUTB MyTV Baltimore
WUTB MyTV Baltimore

(410) 467-4545

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions


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