| Sep 4, 2012
| 9:05 PM
Timothy D. Armbruster oversaw $80 million worth of philanthropic investments in Baltimore neighborhoods and projects during more than three decades steering the Goldseker Foundation, but a small one -- for $3,500 -- stands out as one of his favorites....
| Sep 12, 2012
| 4:22 PM
This time last year, Thomas Johnson Elementary/Middle School librarian Sharon Smith used the only technology she had — a laptop and a projector — to bring color and excitement to her students by shining animated books from the Internet onto...
| Jun 23, 2011
| 4:07 PM
Patching potholes and balancing Howard County's or Maryland's budget may seem far removed from visits to foreign and exotic places, but several local elected officials traveled overseas this spring, visiting places as diverse as Israel, Turkey, northern...
| Jun 24, 2011
The brand new St. John's Commons building sits quietly at the corner of North Stokes Street and Pennington Avenue in Havre de Grace, its wraparound porch neatly lined with tall, white rocking chairs.
But the speakers who celebrated the senior facility'...
| Jul 4, 2011
| 7:30 AM
Regarding your recent op-ed on a planned city homeless shelter, "Not a home, not a help," June 28), we would like to share the benefits that the new shelter offers to our neighbors and to the community as a whole.
The new Housing and Resource Center...
| Mar 2, 2012
| 3:35 PM
Two well-versed third-graders at Southwest Baltimore Charter School helped launch a book drive that will fill the shelves of their school library and three others in the city.
Key'Aree Simms and Elega Lamason rehearsed with a guest dressed as the Cat...
| Jul 8, 2012
| 1:07 PM
Tens of thousands of people in Baltimore who use food stamps to buy groceries can now do their shopping at the Baltimore Farmers' Market and Bazaar under the Jones Falls Expressway, thanks to a new token system launched Sunday.
Customers who don't have...
| Dec 19, 2011
| 10:20 AM
The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore and the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation announced that they will donate $8 million over five years to provide scholarships to children attending Jewish day schools in the Baltimore area.
| Aug 18, 2008
Workers removed scaffolding from the old American Brewery's towers, revealing a 19th century exuberance of restored copper, slate, brick and brownstone.
Emerging from a $21.2 million restoration, the East Baltimore landmark is ending 35 years of...