The Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS) is holding an adoption event for Thanksgiving- -adoption fees are waived on all animals.
Author Archive: News Release
News releases from various sources around South Baltimore.
With a sharp increase in stolen packages on the South Peninsula, Councilman Eric Costello lays out ways to prevent and report stolen packages.
The Southern District Police Explorers are collecting new, unused and unwrapped toys for the less fortunate.
Baltimore-based STX, announced its new ice hockey gloves and performance and recreational levels of sticks are now available for sale in stores across the country.
OrderUp has added several new restaurants to its lineup, including: Blue Agave Restaurante y Tequileria, Sweet Caroline’s, Our House, MaGerks Pub & Grill and Banditos Tacos & Tequila Bar.
School 33 Art Center is pleased to present “Block Stitch,” an exhibition featuring film, photography and projection.
Global superstars One Direction today announced additional dates for the highly anticipated ON THE ROAD AGAIN 2015 stadium tour.
Powers has been commissioned by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) to paint a series of murals along transportation corridors throughout the city
The Orioles today announced an updated list of their series of “We Won’t Stop” rallies to generate excitement for the team’s postseason run.
Fans and media are invited to welcome back the American League Division Series winning Orioles as they return from Detroit this afternoon at 3:30 p.m. Interested parties can come to Home Plate Plaza at the southwest corner of the ballpark, between Gates D and E.
Five hundred of Ruppert Landscape’s employees will provide nearly $180,000 worth of landscape renovations to Baltimore’s Carroll Park on Friday, October 10th.
As winter approaches we are asking for your support. With the increase in homelessness, especial within youth, we are collecting sleeping bags for an upcoming event called We Care Camp-Out.
Potential game times released for the Orioles matchup with the Tigers in the ALDS.
The Baltimore Museum of Industry (BMI) will open a new exhibit that will allow visitors to immerse themselves in the exciting process of creating their very own video game.