Baltimore Area College Senior with Cerebral Palsy Plays Soccer Competitively

Kyle Kauffman does not let his cerebral palsy get in the way of his life.  He boasts a high school diploma and now, a dorm room at Stevenson University in Maryland. However, despite his optimistic attitude, there are still some things he has not been able to do until now – including playing soccer for […]

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk

The 11th annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk was on Sunday in Baltimore. It started at 33rd Street in Ednor Gardens-Lakeside and was a four mile walk. 7000 people participated and they raised over $400,000 for breast cancer research. The American Cancer Society was on hand at the walk, looking for recruits for its […]

Baltimore Home to Endless Charities

Baltimore, Maryland, is a community rich in charitable organizations, ranging from Jewish efforts to a local Ronald McDonald House. The latter, which provides a source of love, hope and respite for to critically ill children and their families, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this coming week. To acknowledge their dedication to the cause, the event […]

Luxury Apartments in Baltimore On the Rise

Though real estate has taken several hits over the past few years, the industry may be on the mend as people slowly increase their spending and the economy begins to recover as a whole. South Baltimore is one neighborhood that is about to undergo some real estate changes. A high-end luxury apartment complex is being […]

Baltimore Aquarium Teams Up with SUDS

The Baltimore Aquarium is responsible for more than just entertaining sweaty, electricity-less families this week; working with the SUDS diving program, it provides an outlet for amputee servicemen and women while working to strengthen their mobility. SUDS is an organization that works to improve the quality of life of veterans who lost limbs while serving […]