Banker, lawyer, founder of shelters are honored by local Urban League
Olympic honor rewards Marylanders' good deeds 103 chosen to carry torch across state
The art of compromise Atholton community didn't bog down in fear-mongering over shelter.
Pupils garner $8,600 to help church charity
Bedridden man is rescued from rowhouse fire Pimlico blaze leaves 23 residents homeless
An honor for a 'caring' woman A friend of the needy: Dorothy Moore is the 11th recipient of the Living the Dream award, which she earned for her work with homeless and low-income people.
Area's homeless shelters vow to provide space for everyone Schmoke asks residents to check up on elderly; BLIZZARD OF 1996
Foundation gives $2.1 million to 55 area nonprofit groups 20 past recipients get $10,000 awards
Group helps homeless put best foot forward 'Boots for Baltimore' will assist 1,300 men
Nomads welcome at this 'oasis' New shelter: Center takes unique approach of accepting homeless men who are inebriated or high on drugs.
Churches help homeless 3 Ministerium operates a program of rotating shelters through winter
Neighbors help victims of fire in Whitehurst Monday blaze leaves family homeless but not hopeless
Play is taken from the streets Art imitates life: A high school play is about homeless people's hunger for food and their need for love, friendship and respect.
Rise in homeless linked to cut in aid to disabled
Mayor couldn't get last laugh But he's funny enough: Schmoke ranks third in charity comedy match, wins $1,000 for homeless.
When landlord is kinder than Maryland governor
Outstretched hands Panhandling: Public weariness over repeated and sometimes aggressive pleas for money involves two troublesome issues: how to distinguish the truly needy, and how to deal with those who are not.
At cemeteries and memorials, services honor Md. veterans
Eighth-grader donates time to homeless
Youngsters donate food to homeless Benfield students strive to make a difference
New ways for United Way Baltimore County: Aid agency seeks to update methods for helping those in need.
A rare bit of good news in dispute over shelter
Meetings set to allay fears about shelter
High school is concerned over shelter Atholton staff, parents upset by increase of homeless single men; Reconsider, county is asked; Buildings adjacent; Grassroots director seeks to dispel fears
United Way meets the county's needs The subdivision that has 'everything' also has real demand for social services.
Why Carroll needs the United Way Even in an affluent suburb, the needs are surprisingly many.
United Way in the county It doesn't take long for a layoff to change a comfortable life.
Karen Michalec, 53, worked for Arundel, Queen Anne's She helped start homeless shelter
Homeless become big issue for Laurel City officials suggest other areas need to help with care
Program aims to aid mentally ill Those jailed will be sought for treatment; Many are homeless; Those who leave state hospitals often end up in detention
The GOP's Odd War on Nonprofits
Neighborhood's activists get results in Congress
Anchor House offers secure spot for the homeless to regroup
Federal grant to help house the homeless
One Family's Sacrifice
'Relay' fast vowed until funds restored
Cooperating to aid the homeless
Grant means new life for homeless shelter
Homelessness is not a weekday job
Homelessness Not a Weekday Job
Nonprofit groups gain additional county money
Shelter finds way to stay open
Funding for Westminster shelter expires Friday
Food bank bans access to 13 people
Funds to disabled halted, despite Schmoke plea
AmeriCorps lessons in hard knocks
County gets $86,650 grant for facilities for needy, housing study
Aid to homeless puts girl in limelight