The Maryland Department of Public Safety is investigating after a detainee was found dead at Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center. According to reports, Chase Williams was found unresponsive on Jan. 10.  Medical assistance was called before he was transported to a nearby hospital. RELATED: Detainee Found Dead In Cell At Baltimore’s Central Booking, DPSCS […]

We’re highlighting Baltimore’s black businesses each and every Tuesday. Here are some places to check out this week. ETM Defense & Solutions Business Description: “We custom build firearms training that makes YOU the first responder for YOUR family” Business Website: https://etmdefenseandsolutions.com/ Let’s Brunch Café Business Description: “Whether it’s night or day, we’ll always serve breakfast […]

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced that new automated speed enforcement locations will soon be in effect in city school zones. The speed camera monitoring system will detect vehicles that exceed the posted speed limit by at least 12 miles per hour. Officials say it is part of the Automated Traffic Violation Enforcement System. […]

Calling all foodies! Baltimore County’s winter restaurant week is kicking off on Jan. 13! Restaurant week will last through Jan. 22. During  Winter Restaurant Week, deals and special menu items will be available at more than 40 participating restaurants! Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests And Breaking News On Your Phone. […]

Maryland is only a week away from having a new leader. Governor-elect Wes Moore will be sworn into office next Wednesday, Jan. 18, in Annapolis, becoming the state’s first Black governor. Moore will take the seat from previous two-term governor Larry Hogan. Hogan delivered his farewell address on Tuesday. The City of Annapolis announced road […]

  Baltimore County Police are investigating after a student was seriously injured following a stabbing Tuesday afternoon at Lansdowne High School. Police said another student was taken into custody. Lansdowne High School sent a letter to parents saying the school was placed on “lockdown protocol” at 12:40 p.m. because of an assault involving two students. The […]

  Governor Larry Hogan is scheduled to deliver his farewell address to Marylanders tonight at 5 p.m. Next week, he will hand over the duties to the Govenor-Elect Wes Moore. RELATED: Democratic Candidate Wes Moore Makes History In Maryland After Being Elected As State’s First Black Governor   Hogan is only one of two Republicans who’ve […]

CALLING ALL FOODIES! Here’s something new to add to your list. Raising Cane’s is coming to Maryland and the state’s first location is opening in Towson this Thursday. The restaurant will be located at 4 Towsontown Blvd, near the campus of Towson University. RELATED: Maryland’s First Drive-Thru Shake Shack Opens In Baltimore The official ribbon-cutting ceremony […]

  We’re highlighting Baltimore’s black businesses each and every Tuesday. Here are some places to check out this week. Cherry’s Beauty Supply Store Business Description: “Cherry’s Beauty- Your local, friendly, sassy black-owned beauty supply store located in the heart of Highlandtown.” Business Website: Facebook: Cherry’s Beauty Supply Store Instagram: @cherrysbeautysupplystore Darker than Blue Grill Business […]

Baltimore Police are investigating after a body was found in a storage container on the porch of a vacant home in West Baltimore. The cause of death has recently been ruled a homicide. According to reports, on Jan. 5 just before 2 p.m., officers responded to the 3500 block of Holmes Ave for a report […]

Baltimore City Schools announced that Frederick Douglass High School will continue with virtual learning until Jan. 20 as repairs take place. Digital Harbor High School resumed in-person classes Monday, Jan. 9. Officials said that both schools were damaged during flooding over winter break, which prompted virtual classes for the first week of the year. Join […]