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Government, Volunteers in the News
The nonprofit won the award for its work providing emergency services to the city’s poor.
Volunteers in the News
The organization provided 722 animals with temporary foster parents.
Police & Fire, Volunteers in the News, Obituaries
The 25-year-old is the second fatality from a house fire April 24 at 19 Hanover Road in Reisterstown.
Tamm E Hunt was inspired by the murder of a boy near her home and by the killing of her own son to beautify the neighborhood.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
Face to Face Guitar program helps kids at Baltimore public schools learn the instrument.
The Environmental Club will be donating used bike to the nonprofit Bikes for the World.
Volunteers in the News, Local Connections
In 2013, Rebuilding Together Baltimore's home repair work will be focused on Mid-Govans in North Baltimore and Colgate in Dundalk.
Zero Litter, the initiative to get litter of Baltimore streets, was founded by Hampden resident George Peters.
The anti litter initiative and Councilman Nick Mosby plan to use the Harlem Shake to clean up in Mondawmin.
Volunteers in the News, Elections, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
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