ALERT: DPW Detects Low Levels of Cryptosporidium During Routine Testing of Druid Lake Reservoir

Today, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) announced that during a routine test of the Druid Lake Reservoir low levels of the microscopic parasite Cryptosporidium were discovered. Cryptosporidium is a microorganism commonly found in lakes and rivers, which can potentially cause gastrointestinal problems, particularly, in those who [...]

September 28, 2023|

BGC TECH 101: Old-School Wisdom Navigating New-Age Technology

In today's digital age, gaining essential digital skills is more important than ever, and we understand that the world of technology can sometimes feel overwhelming for our elders. That's why we've created a workshop tailored to help our elders navigate the digital landscape with confidence and ease.Key Workshop Highlights: [...]

June 7, 2023|

Looking for state of Maryland 2024 Resources?

Through funding and technical assistance, the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (the Department) works with local partners to revitalize cities, towns and neighborhoods across Maryland. Our community development programs enhance existing neighborhood resources, support economic development, provide public services and infrastructure, and improve the quality of life [...]

June 2, 2023|

Office of Maryland’s first Black woman lawyer to be restored as legal hub in West Baltimore

The former office of Juanita Jackson Mitchell, the first Black woman to practice law in Maryland, will soon serve as a legal and social services hub in West Baltimore’s Marble Hill historic district, community leaders announced Monday. Located at 1239 Druid Hill Ave. in Upton, the vacant building where [...]

April 19, 2023|
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