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6400 York Rd
Baltimore, MD 21212   Directions

(410) 377-2222


Baltimore Business Journal
Baltimore Business Journal

36 S Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201   Directions

(410) 576-1161


T. Rowe Price to make play in $3.67 trillion exchange-traded fund market
07/07/2020 12:13pm

The Baltimore-based firm would become the latest active manager to join the ETF market and take on passive indexes.

Here are the Md. colleges and their affiliates that got at least $150K in PPP loans
07/07/2020 11:36am

A Southern Maryland liberal arts college led the pack with a loan of $6.6 million.

A who's who of Maryland developers, architects nabbed PPP loans
07/07/2020 11:21am

The PPP list released Monday includes developers behind projects like Port Covington, Harbor Point and the Metro Centre at Owings Mills.

Transamerica Pyramid sale goes forward at a discount
07/07/2020 10:27am

A New York real estate mogul has signed a purchase agreement for the San Francisco tower.

8 things you need to know this morning
07/07/2020 8:15am

Good morning BaltimoreThat was some pretty heavy rain we got last night. Were likely to see similar storms this afternoon, although temperatures throughout the day should be a little cooler in the low 80s. Now, lets get to the news. More than 15,000 BGE customers in Maryland were without power at some point after last nights storms. Strong winds brought down power lines and made for dangerous driving conditions. If you venture out tonight, please be careful WJZFollowing a viral video,

Baltimore City Paper
Baltimore City Paper

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions

(410) 523-2222


Baltimore Jewish Times
Baltimore Jewish Times

11459 Cronhill Dr
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions

(410) 902-2300


High School Graduates Look Forward to Gap Year in Israel
07/06/2020 3:37pm

By Yakira Cohen The coronavirus pandemic may have upturned Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School graduate Avishye Moskowitzs senior year, but hes not letting it thwart his plans to take a gap year in Israel before college. Even with the risk of the pandemic, I think its very worth it to have that experience, he said. The post High School Graduates Look Forward to Gap Year in Israel appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Hillels Offer Summer Programming and Grapple With Fall Plans
07/06/2020 3:17pm

By Yakira Cohen Although college Jewish life in the summer typically winds down as students leave campus, local Hillels are gearing up for action-packed virtual programming this year for students stuck at home. Were looking at this summer differently from how weve looked at previous summers, said Naomi Gohn, the associate executive director for Maryland The post Hillels Offer Summer Programming and Grapple With Fall Plans appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Baltimore Jewish Times Awarded for Excellence in Jewish Journalism
07/06/2020 11:54am

The Baltimore Jewish Times won six American Jewish Press Associations Rockower Awards for excellence in Jewish journalism for work published in 2019. The winners were announced July 2. Olgas Legacy by Susan C. Ingram, which profiles a Holocaust survivor who took the Czech Kindertransport out of Prague, won first for Excellence in Writing About Jewish The post Baltimore Jewish Times Awarded for Excellence in Jewish Journalism appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Summer Special: Brisket Tacos With Carrot Slaw
07/06/2020 4:54am

By Rebecca Firkser The Nosher via JTA When I was growing up, I knew brisket as an island of meat in a sea of sweet brownish-red sauce with carrot-plank buoys. Every holiday, this was plunked in the center of the table alongside a loaf of bread. It was fine. But nothing to write The post Summer Special: Brisket Tacos With Carrot Slaw appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Voices | I Have Not Done Enough to Fight Racial Injustice
07/05/2020 12:44pm

By Rabbi Sid Schwarz JTA David Axelrod, a former top aide to former President Barack Obama, recently published a column in The Washington Post that hit me between the eyes and sat heavily on my heart. Axelrod and I are about the same age. He was too young to have been active in the The post Voices I Have Not Done Enough to Fight Racial Injustice appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Maryland Public Television
Maryland Public Television

11767 Owings Mills Blvd
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions

(410) 356-5600


The  Daily Record
The Daily Record

200 St Paul Pl
Baltimore, MD 21202   Directions

(443) 524-8100



2519 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21218   Directions

(202) 332-0080


OP-ED: Eradicate Systemic Racism Together
07/07/2020 9:06am

By Robert F. Smith These past four months, and particularly the past few weeks, have been among the hardest weve experienced as a nation. These issues matter to all of us. Naturally, theyre personal to me and I know theyre a priority for you. We must end systemic racism and lift our nation and The post OP-ED: Eradicate Systemic Racism Together appeared first on Afro.

Fight Break Out Over Food Shortage As Refugees Go Hungry
07/07/2020 7:43am

Kampala, UgandaWith food gone and six children to feed, 40-year-old Zawadi Kizungu had no choice but to walk miles to find food, and stepped into a food shortage troubling all of Central Uganda. She braved the early morning chill and walked 16 kilometers, nearly 10 miles, from her home in Ndejje, a village on the The post Fight Break Out Over Food Shortage As Refugees Go Hungry appeared first on Afro.

Black Ad Exec to Create 1 Million Black Millionaires
07/07/2020 6:08am

Nationwide BlackNews.com Black professionals make up 10 of college graduates, but less than 1 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs and only 3 percent of executive/senior manager-level roles according to a study by the Center for Talent Innovation. The result of these struggles has led to thirty-eight percent of black millennials saying they are considering The post Black Ad Exec to Create 1 Million Black Millionaires appeared first on Afro.

David N. Maine, MD Becomes President & CEO Of Mercy Health Services
07/07/2020 5:48am

Baltimore, MD July 6th, 2020 David N. Maine, M.D. is the new President & CEO of Mercy Health Services MHS, effective July 1st, 2020. In January 2020, the Mercy Health Services Board of Trustees named Dr. Maine as Mercys future President & CEO following Thomas R. Mullens decision to retire after 28 years The post David N. Maine, MD Becomes President & CEO Of Mercy Health Services appeared first on Afro.

At Least Four More Black Trans Women Killed in Last Week
07/06/2020 9:53pm

NEW YORK In the past week at least 5 Black trans women were violently murdered. On Tuesday, June 30, Merci Mack, a 22-year-old in Dallas, Texas, was found murdered from an apparent gunshot wound to the head. In Louisiana, Draya McCarty was found killed in Baton Rogue and Shakie Peters was found killed in The post At Least Four More Black Trans Women Killed in Last Week appeared first on Afro.

The Baltimore Sun
The Baltimore Sun

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions

(410) 332-6000


Baltimore County school board member apologizes for Black Lives Matter comments as district prepares for discussion on race
07/07/2020 1:08pm

The school system is hosting A Conversation on Race and Racism in America and Baltimore County Public Schools beginning at 4 p.m. Wednesday.

Washington Wizards’ Bradley Beal won’t play rest of NBA season due to shoulder injury
07/07/2020 12:32pm

Bradley did everything possible to be ready to play, but after closely monitoring his individual workouts, we came to the conclusion that it was best for him to sit out the upcoming games in Orlando and avoid the risk of further injury, Wizards general manager Tommy Sheppard said.

Baltimore restaurants cycle between open and closed as Canton becomes coronavirus hotspot
07/07/2020 12:01pm

Within the past two weeks, seven eateries have closed in Canton, a neighborhood public health experts say is an emerging hot spot for the coronavirus as cases are rising in younger people.

Sanity trial for Capital Gazette shooter rescheduled for December, motions hearing for August
07/07/2020 11:57am

Motions hearings and a jury trail for the Capital Gazette gunman have been rescheduled for later this summer and winter after being postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Maryland budget cuts to higher education could mean staff shortages, financial aid reductions
07/07/2020 11:54am

Nearly half of the $413 million in state budget cuts resulting from the economic fallout caused by the coronavirus pandemic will affect higher education. The reductions will affect throngs of Maryland colleges and universities, including the University System of Maryland and the states community colleges and private schools.


3800 Hooper Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

(410) 467-3000


VIDEO: Man confronted over racist remarks at California restaurant
07/07/2020 1:13pm

The video shows a restaurant employee demanding the man verbally assaulting the family leave.

Millions of Americans lost jobs during the pandemic. Many of them won't return
07/07/2020 1:12pm

People who are counting on businesses reopening their doors may be surprised to find that a temporary loss has become permanent one.

$540,000 lottery ticket sold in Dundalk; winner yet to claim
07/07/2020 12:48pm

Check your lottery tickets -- you may be $540,000 richer

Disney to welcome back theme park guests this week
07/07/2020 12:41pm

Disney is getting ready to welcome back guests to its Central Florida parks after being closed for months.

Fact Check: President Trump says 99% of coronavirus cases have been harmless. CDC casts different picture
07/07/2020 12:40pm

Experts weigh in on the presidents comments made during a July 4 speech at the White House.


2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

(410) 467-4545



3725 Malden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

(410) 578-7500


Firefighters Battle Two Large House Fires Within Hours In Talbot County
07/07/2020 1:13pm

Firefighters in Talbot County battled two large house fires within hours of each other Monday night, the state fire marshals office said.

10 People Injured After MTA Bus, Car Collide In Brooklyn Park
07/07/2020 1:00pm

At least 10 people were injured after an MTA bus and a passenger car collided in Brooklyn Park Tuesday afternoon.

Kennard Moss Arrested On Attempted Murder Charges In Baltimore Shooting, Police Say
07/07/2020 12:52pm

A 27-year-old man was arrested Monday night in a shooting in east Baltimore that left a 35-year-old woman injured, city police said Tuesday.

Ocean City Maryland Police Looking For Victim, Suspects In July 4th Boardwalk Assault
07/07/2020 12:50pm

Ocean City Police are trying to find the victim and suspects involved in an assault on the boardwalk on July 4.

FOP: Baltimore Officers Were Awaiting Orders To Dispel Crowd That Toppled Christopher Columbus Statue
07/07/2020 12:14pm

The Fraternal Order of Police is firing back after the Baltimore police commissioner said it was tactically unsafe for the few officers in position to dispel a group of protesters who toppled the statue of Christopher Columbus and threw pieces into the harbor over the weekend.

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WUTB MyTV Baltimore

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

(410) 467-4545


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