Kaiser Permanente to Unveil New Medical Center in Lutherville-Timonium

Kaiser Permanente will showcase to the public its new 22,000 ft. medical center in Lutherville-Timonium during a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony on January 27, 5:15-6:15 p.m. More than 30 medical specialties will be offered at the health care provider’s newest facility in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Due to COVID-19 precautions, the tour...
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National Aquarium to Require Verification of Vaccine Status

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis, the National Aquarium will require all guests 12 years of age and older to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination upon entry. The new policy takes effect on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, and is the latest addition to the Aquarium’s ongoing commitment to protecting guests, staff, volunteers and animals. Learn more

President’s Roundtable to Host Virtual Legislative Reception

The President’s Roundtable is partnering with the Greater Baltimore Black Chamber to host a virtual Legislative reception on January 18th , 4-6 p.m.,  to discuss the black business agenda. Confirmed panelists include Delegate Darryl Barnes, Delegate Ben Brooks, Senator Jill Carter and Senator Cory McCray. Register for the event.

BOPA Announces Two New Exhibitions for 2022

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts has announced two new exhibitions for 2022 including Ernest Shaw Jr.’s “Continuous Line” exhibition at Top of the World Observation Gallery and “Emerge Baltimore” at Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower. For more information on the exhibitions see the press releases below: “Continuous Line” Exhibition Press Release “Emerge Baltimore” Exhibition Press Release

BOPA Announces Submissions Are Being Accepted for the 17th Edition of the Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) recently announced that they are accepting submissions for the 17th edition of the Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize. The application deadline is Monday, January 10, 2022. The prize this year will award $30,000 to a visual artist or visual artist collaborators living and working in the Baltimore region, and approximately three finalists will be selected for the final review. Read more … Continue reading

Kaiser Permanente Issues Health Advice for the Holiday Season

Kaiser Permanente recently shared an article, “Eight Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain.” Physician Darren Young, DO, of Kaiser Permanente Well Friendship Heights Medical Center, offers tips on how to navigate the holiday season while keeping your health on track. From portion size to eating habits and even getting enough sleep, these tips are helpful for everyone. Read more.

Vehicles for Change Hiring for Two Positions

Vehicles for Change, a nonprofit program providing cars to low-income families for employment purposes since 1999, is hiring for two positions. The Director of Maryland Operations will be a part of the Senior Leadership Team and oversee the operations of the three current and any additional locations in Maryland. Read the full job description here. The Director of Development will direct all fund raising activities for VFC locally including grant … Continue reading

Merritt Properties Expands into Jacksonville, FL and Completes Redevelopment of Schilling Green III in Hunt Valley

As of December 1, Merritt Properties expanded into Jacksonville, FL and acquired two properties – on a 25-acre piece of land and the other an existing, three-building light-industrial park. Read the press release here. Merritt Properties also recently completed its redevelopment of Schilling Green in Hunt Valley and signed its first lease. Read the press release here.

City of Baltimore Will Not Host 2022 New Year’s Eve Spectacular

After reviewing logistics, costs, and other considerations, the City of Baltimore has decided not to host the New Year’s Eve Spectacular this year. The event typically brings together people at the Baltimore Inner Harbor for a fireworks display to ring in the new year. Deputy Mayor for Community and Economic Development Ted Carter said, “We are planning on returning to a more predictable, traditional schedule in 2022 as we continue … Continue reading

Loyola University Maryland Signs Renewable Energy Agreement with Chaberton Energy

Loyola University Maryland signed a 25-year power purchase agreement with Chaberton Energy Holdings, a Maryland-based renewable energy company funded by Greenbacker Development Fund. The university will support clean energy development in Maryland by purchasing electricity generated by Friendship Solar Farm in West Friendship, MD. Learn more.