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Stroke survivor Missy Kirby on the comeback trail

When Melissa “Missy” Kirby survived a stroke three years ago, her doctors doubted that she would be able to open her eyes again, let alone walk. Today the 45-year-old Baltimore woman will walk across the finish line of the 5K Comeback Trail  in […]

Stroke survivor Missy Kirby on the comeback trail

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When Melissa “Missy” Kirby survived a stroke three years ago, her doctors doubted that she would be able to open her eyes again, let alone walk. Today the 45-year-old Baltimore woman will walk across the finish line of the 5K Comeback Trail  in […]

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Woodbourne Center Treatment Foster Care can make all the difference in the life of a child.

Woodbourne Center: Treatment foster care offers kids chance at ‘real life’

Society has long understood that stability in the home is of paramount importance in the rearing of a child. But what happens when a child’s home life is in

Preakness needs a savior

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Thanks to revenue from Maryland’s successful slots casinos, the state’s thoroughbred racing industry has seen a re-birth that hints at prosperity for the Free State’s billion-dollar

Team USA takes on Manny Machado and the Dominican Republic for chance to advance

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The Lyric to adopt ‘Annie’ from April 21-22

When it comes to “Annie,” hope – no matter if it’s during the Great Depression or in a year of political turmoil – always springs eternal. “It’s the timeless story

Harlem Globetrotters player Slick Willie Shaw helps a young fan get into the spin. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Globetrotters chill ahead of DC, Fairfax, Baltimore games

Harlem Globetrotters forward Slick Willie Shaw helps a young fan get into the spin. (Anthony C. Hayes) As Winter Storm Stella passed through Washington, DC, Harlem Globetrotters female star Hoops

Rings at Smyth Jewelery store (Anthony C. Hayes)

Smyth Jewelers ‘New Rules of Engagement’ aims to attract Millennials

When Baltimore’s Smyth Jewelers first opened the doors of its Howard Street location in 1914, the Victorian rules of engagement still applied. According to Victoriana Magazine, there were rules

Heirloom to Haute Gala will celebrate Maryland Historical Society Fashion Collection

On Saturday, March 25, 2017 beginning at 6:30 pm at the Lord Baltimore Hotel, the Maryland Historical Society will host its Heirloom to Haute Gala to celebrate its dazzling

‘Raped Black Male’ talks survival in new memoir

Kenneth Rogers Jr. wants you to know he was raped. The 32-year-old science fiction writer’s work took an unexpected turn when he decided his sixth book, Raped Black Male would

Prosecutors charge seven Baltimore police officers with racketeering

This story was first published at Talk Media News. It is reprinted with permission. Seven Baltimore police officers have been hit with federal racketeering charges for allegedly stealing money from

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