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Baltimore partners with U.S. Forest Service, among others to pilot a project to salvage wood from both building sand urban trees.
Supporters of the ban on plastic foam containers cite wide-reaching environmental benefits.
Baltimore will once again pay youth between 14-21 to shovel snow for senior citizens and residents with disabilities.
Author Tom DiVenti’s new collection of poems and essays weaves a beautiful and harsh narrative inspired by his Baltimore upbringing.
A group in Baltimore is bringing together the black community through running.
The program will provide funding for Vietnamese graduate students to pursue advanced degrees in engineering at Johns Hopkins.
The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts Unveils Stellar Line Up of Ticketed Events At ‘Brilliant Baltimore’ Celebration of Art, Light And Literature
The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) opened online ticket sales for Brilliant Baltimore, the nation’s first and only combined festival of light, art, literature, music, ideas, and innovation.
True Chesapeake Oyster Company becomes the first Maryland oyster farm to open a restaurant – and pledges to serve local oysters.
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— Judy Phares
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