‘Turnaround Tuesday’ aims to help unemployed get back on feet — Baltimore Sun
New Plan For Hurricane Evacuations In Maryland — CBS Baltimore
As soon as I heard about Hurricane Harvey, I started worrying about the animals. The ones tied up in backyards, the ones waiting on roofs, the ones peering out attic windows. I hoped it would go better for them than it did in 2005 when according to the Louisiana SPCA, tens of thousands of pets died.
The end of summer is always a wistful time, but with everyone heading back to school and a little chill in the air, it’s also a time of excitement and new beginnings – and great food.
Some of Baltimore’s biggest private entities are stepping up with donations to assist more than 30,000 Texans displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
Volunteers from across Maryland are heading southwest to assist tens of thousands of people displaced by Hurricane Harvey.