Our Baltimore News
A group in Baltimore is bringing together the black community through running.
True Chesapeake Oyster Company becomes the first Maryland oyster farm to open a restaurant – and pledges to serve local oysters.
Two local entrpreneurs seek to bring Baltimore together – one brunch at a time.
Former teachers start company that uses tech to solve problems in education.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra reaches a deal with musicians to bring music back to Baltimore.
Johns Hopkins University has been named the 12th-best university in the world by the Times Higher Education.
The Baltimore Compost Collective wants Baltimore to adopt curbside composting to address the city’s air pollution problem.
Upwards of 5,000 Black Shriners are in Baltimore City, but they’re not just here to handle official business — they’re also taking time to give back to the community.
Love the small town sense of community, mixed with “big city” restaurants, world-class cultural institutions, incredible universities and hospitals, great sports teams, etc.
— Judy Phares
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