Dr. William B. Allen, a retired Michigan State professor and dean who lives in Havre de Grace lead a group of 45 teachers on a week-long tour of key sites in the civil rights movement in Atlanta, Alabama, Memphis and Little Rock, Ark.
Vitreon America Inc. will move its headquarters to Baltimore City from Northern Virginia, bringing 200 full-time jobs over five years and a 200,000-square-foot high-tech laboratory, company and state officials announced Monday
It's impossible to fully capture centuries of black history in just 28 days (29 in a leap year), yet every February, people in Baltimore and beyond give it their best shot. This year is no exception. Whether you're looking to laugh or learn, discuss or dance, there's something for everyone this Black History Month. Here are five events and a brief roundup of some of the most celebratory black history events this year.
As broadly conceived by Morgan State University President David Wilson, the Morgan Community Mile is reference to the neighborhoods that fall in a one-mile circumference around MSU and actually encompasses the 12.2 square miles surrounding the campus and the 141,000 residents that live there. The The thinking is that a university like Morgan has resources—faculty and students, if not money—that it can share with the community in a mutually beneficial way that also gives students some
When Maryland men's lacrosse coach John Tillman recently hit the recruiting trail, he wasn't entirely sure how players would react to a Terps program making the leap from the Atlantic Coast Conference to the Big Ten, a move that became official Tuesday.
Police have one suspect in custody after a shooting in the area of Morgan State University and the campus is on lockdown, according to a text message sent by the school's emergency communications system.