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Indigo Initiative Ramps Up in Baltimore with Building, Incorporates More Fields and Black Farmers

Indigo dye is harvested from the plant that does everything from making cotton jeans blue to giving boots, sneakers, home d├ęcor, wood, and leather brilliant shades of blue hues. Before these items can become colored treasures, seeds are needed to grow indigo plants which sprout leaves for harvesting. It [...]

July 8, 2022|

Black Women Impact Grant from Goldman Sachs One Million Black Women!

We are proud to receive a Black Women Impact Grant from Goldman Sachs One Million Black Women for support of the Upton Community. Launched in partnership with Black women-led organizations, One Million Black Women is the largest commitment of its kind in size and scope to drive investment in [...]

June 20, 2022|

USPS to hold job fair Wednesday in Baltimore County

The U.S. Postal Service is hosting a career fair Wednesday 5/11/22 at the Baltimore County Career Center in Eastpoint. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., USPS personnel will be at the career center at 7930 Eastern Ave. to provide information about open positions, benefits and organizational culture. The USPS [...]

May 10, 2022|

Explore a career in Surgical Technology!

The University of Maryland Medical Center has an excellent opportunity for job-seekers to enter or advance in the healthcare field. We are now recruiting qualified candidates to participate in the UMMC-sponsored Surgical Technician Training Program. This is a paid training that will prepare trainees with the skills to become [...]

May 6, 2022|

Congressmen, mayor announce $2 million to improve West Baltimore market

Sen. Chris Van Hollen, Rep. Kweisi Mfume, and Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced a new $2 million investment Monday in West Baltimore's historic Pennsylvania Avenue Market. The leaders said the investment is important because Pennsylvania Avenue Market is one of the few sources of fresh food for the surrounding [...]

April 26, 2022|
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