In May of 2017 Akia Eggleston, who was 8 months pregnant did not show up to her baby shower. Ever since, Investigators have been working to figure out what happened and if she is still alive. Earlier today, Baltimore’ City State’s Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, and Akia’s family did a Press Conference announcing that they have […]

Covid continues to effect every part of the world. We have seen people loose jobs, business being short staffed, mental health crisis, and homelessness. In August of last year, The Supreme Court ruled to end the temporary eviction moratorium, which threatens hundreds of thousands of peoples living arrangements. According to reports, there are nearly 112,000 […]

More city jobs are on the way thanks to Mayor Brandon Scott’s latest move while in office. In a Press Release published yesterday, Scott has announced that his office is removing pre-employment Alcohol and Drug Screening for non-safety sensitive jobs. “We want the best and brightest candidates to help us provide efficient and effective City […]

Mercedes Benz of Hunt Valley is looking for a sales cashier. APPLY HERE Charm City Optical & Eye Care is looking for a front desk receptionist. APPLY HERE  Apple in Towson is looking for an Apple genius. APPLY HERE  Morningside House is having open interviews on Tuesday at three of their locations Ellicott city, Laurel […]

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The Maryland Department Of Health said that Baltimore alone has made Maryland one of the worst states in the country for STD’s. They said that Baltimore City has affected the entire state with the numbers cases per 100,000 people. www.marylandandourcommunitynow.com Across the country, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has noticed a significant […]

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The ‘Safe Streets’ program is designed to help prevent the violence in Baltimore City neighborhoods. With all of the shootings and killings in the city, the ‘Safe Streets’ program are going into overtime to get things safer. Their goal is for people to be able to resolve their issues without picking up guns. According to […]

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I think it’s safe to say EVERYONE who drives HATES when they run a red light or are driving too fast in a zone and they see a flashing light in their rearview mirror. When this happens, you already know that in the near future, you will see an envelope in your mailbox with your […]

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The Death Penalty in Maryland could be back in play. In May of 2013, the Death Penalty was repealed but with the increase of cop killings, it is being put on the table. After Tuesday’s killing of Officer Amy Caprio, a group ot state lawmakers are working to bring this law back into action. The […]

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It’s been two days since the shooting at Great Mills Highschool that left one person dead and 2 students in critical condition. On Tuesday, Austin Rollins, was killed after shooting his rumored girlfriend Jaelynn Willey and a freshmen at the school. At the time of the shooting, it wasn’t clear what the motive behind the […]

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Baltimore is getting ready to kick off another ‘Light City’ in a couple of weeks. The annual event which is becoming a major attraction for tourist will have performances from Grand Master Flash, G. Love & Special Sauce and Kimbra. The event will run from April 6-April 21st at the Inner Harbor. With ‘Light City’ […]

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12 days of no homicides in the city of Baltimore has come to an end.

For the fourth time prosecutors in Baltimore have found another officer not guilty in the Freddie gray case.