- The building at 130 S. Central Ave. sits at a cross section of neighborhoods, a reminder of the now-extinct cable car system that once moved Baltimoreans around the city.
- In the kitchen of the nonprofit Franciscan Center, 28 chefs from Baltimore and D.C. labored in staggered shifts overnight, cooking huge amounts of food for the homeless, the hungry and front-line workers. It was all a part of the center's first-ever food marathon to serve more than 3,000 hot meals.
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- As family care coordinator with the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Maryland Chapter, Marlyn Taylor is helping to educate African Americans about the disease, which affects them at twice the amount as white people.
- Bruce Reinke, a chef, is being honored for his work in teaching kitchen skills to adults who have an intellectual or developmental challenge.
- Patterson Park resident Evan Woodard searches abandoned dumps and centuries-old homesteads to find hidden relics of Maryland and Baltimore history.
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- This time around, Odenton marketing director Mariela “Mari” Pepin will be among the 32 women vying for the adoration of this season’s bachelor: A 32-year-old real estate broker, entrepreneur and community organization founder from New York City named Matt James.
- A top-to-bottom renovation features new electrical and plumbing systems plus a finished basement — expanding the usable space in the original 1,200 square foot home by about 50%.
- Garden Q&A with the University of Maryland Extension's Ellen Nibali on the unusual but easy lace flower and what to do about mushrooms sprouting through the driveway.
- The market has changed several times, but none was as rapid and dramatic as the one that leveled it in the early morning hours of March 25, 1949.
- Maryland’s most expensive home is a historic riverfront compound on the market for $40 million. For wealthy buyers in search of the ultimate getaway, this sumptuous spread near Chesapeake Bay has its own private nine-hole golf course.