Baltimore Summer Events

Baltimore Summer Events Spring has sprung here in Maryland, but summer will be here sooner than you can say, “Look! A robin!”   In Baltimore, the season brings with it a full calendar. From music festivals to marathons, there will be no lack of things to do in and around the city during the next […]

Excitement Builds as Royal Wedding Nears

In less than 24 hours, Prince William will take Catherine Middleton to be his wife. The royal wedding has been the talk of the town since the couple announced their engagement last year. The prince popped the big question during a trip to Africa in October 2010. He sealed the deal by placing the diamond-and-sapphire […]

Attack on Transgendered Woman Prompts Community Response

Community members and civil-rights advocates are speaking out against violence in the wake of a brutal assault on a transgender woman inside a Baltimore McDonald’s earlier this month. On Monday, more than one hundred supporters gathered outside the restaurant on Kenwood Avenue in Rosedale to conduct a public demonstration against violence and discrimination. Organizers took […]

Priam Capital to Invest $36.4 Million in Saving First Mariner Bancorp

Ed Hale, Chairman and CEO of 1st Mariner Bank, to Step Down The chairman and CEO of 1st Mariner Bancorp, Baltimore’s largest independently owned bank, announced last week he will be stepping down. Edwin F. Hale Sr., who founded 1st Mariner Bank in 1995, agreed to relinquish his position as part of a deal to […]