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Laurence's Story

Meet Laurence! He is a Baltimore native who became the first African-American artist-in-residence in the State of Maryland in 1976.

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Opinion: We can end homelessness in Baltimore with more targeted support

On Monday, November 14, 2022, the Baltimore Banner published an opinion piece by Janice Miller and Anthony Williams - chairs of Baltimore's Continn

Tiara's Story

Tiara is a loving mom to four kids, a Veteran, and a former restaurant manager from Baltimore.

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City Announces Findings from 2022 Point-In-Time Count of People Experiencing Homelessness in Baltimore

BALTIMORE, MD. (Friday, July 29, 2022) - Today, the Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services (MOHS), in coordination with the Baltimore Continuum of Care (CoC), released the 2022 Baltim

Health Commissioner Declares Code Red Extreme Heat Alert for Thursday through Sunday; First of the Season

Health Commissioner Declares Code Red Extreme Heat Alert for Thursday through Sunday; First of

"Help give a little warmth this holiday season" on WMAR 2 News

Women at the Pinderhughes Shelter are in need of winter coats. Thank you Stacy, Pinderhughes Director, for launching the coat drive and WMAR 2 News & Kelly Swoope for the coverage.

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