Beginning at four years old, Calvert School students embark on a ten year journey of curiosity, mastery, and purpose. A Calvert education blends tradition with innovation in a way that encourages children’s innate curiosity and love of learning.
Lewis will represent District 46, serving Baltimore City. She is currently a special assistant to the Maryland Health Exchange and is the principal and founder of Sustainable City Solutions, Ltd.
This week, District 46 Delegate Pete Hammen (D) announced that he retired effective December 6, 2016 in order to serve as Chief of Operations in the Pugh Mayoral Administration.
Councilman Costello is hoping the savings found in audits will lead to property tax reductions and improve the quality of city services. Baltimore currently has the highest property tax rate in the state at $2.248 for every $100 of assessed property value.
Republican Dr. Mark Plaster is running for Maryland’s 3rd District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Maryland’s 3rd District includes the South Baltimore Peninsula, Southeast Baltimore, and parts of Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Howard, and Montgomery County.
Democrat John Sarbanes is the incumbent Congressman for Maryland’s 3rd District in the U.S. House of Representatives and he is running for re-election. Maryland’s 3rd District includes the South Baltimore Peninsula, Southeast Baltimore, and parts of Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Howard, and Montgomery County.
Yesterday Democrats and Republicans voted as part of the primary process. Individuals could only vote for candidates from the party they are registered to.
I am a Career educator that has fought hard for students to have access to the best possible education with out regard to their Zip Code. I currently teach engineering at Edmondson Westside High School. At Edmondson I also serve as the Career Technology Education (CTE) Department Chair.
It didn’t take me long to fall in love with the City. I moved to Otterbein in 2007 and purchased my home in Federal Hill in 2010.
My mother was a high school social worker for 40 years. She not only instilled in me a strong work ethic, but ignited my passion for public service. She told me if I were to be successful, when everyone else is working 24/7, I needed to work 25/8.
South Baltimore is my home. I moved here ten years ago after I graduated from Loyola. During that time I have lived in Federal Hill, the South Baltimore Neighborhood, Riverside, and I’m now the President of Locust Point.
I was born and raised in Baltimore, graduated from Howard University and earned a Masters in Health Systems Management from the University of Baltimore.
On Thursday, March 3rd from 7pm to 9pm the League of Women Voters of Baltimore City, WYPR’s “Maryland Morning,” and the South Baltimore Peninsula neighborhoods hosted a Baltimore City Democratic Mayoral Debate in front of a large crowd at National Federation of the Blind in Riverside.
On Thursday, March 3rd from 7pm to 9pm the League of Women Voters of Baltimore City and WYPR’s “Maryland Morning” are hosting a Baltimore City Democratic Mayoral Debate at National Federation of the Blind at 200 E. Wells St. in Riverside.
In this final segment the candidates discuss affordable housing opportunities and provide their closing statements.
In this segment the candidates discuss the redevelopment of the Cross Street Market, cycling in the city, and audits of city agencies.
In this segment the candidates discuss issues at the liquor board and area roads including the Hanover Street Bridge.