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Weis Markets donates another $5,000 to Student Support Network

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Weis Markets has done it again.  The regional grocery chain has made another donation to a local organization that helps students in need. Weis Markets donated $5,000 to the Student Support Network this week. The Student Support Network helps students who are struggling with the effects of poverty and homelessness by donating food, clothing, school supplies, and personal care …


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Governor Hogan announces drop in homelessness rate in Maryland

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan announced on Wednesday that overall homelessness in Maryland has been reduced by 9.47% since 2017, according to data from the 2019 Point-in-Time Count. The number of chronically homeless individuals dropped by 14.8% and veterans experiencing homelessness declined by 8.58%. Conducted by the state’s 16 designated Continuums of Care and supported by the Maryland Department …


The Avenue and Today’s 101.9 FM hope to ‘Bundle Up Baltimore’

Baby, it’s cold outside – and The Avenue at White Marsh and Today’s 101.9 FM want to help the homeless. On Saturday, January 20, 2018, The Avenue will be partnering up with Today’s 101.9 for BUNDLE UP BALTIMORE, an event that will benefit the Salvation Army of Central Maryland. Story continues below Today’s 101.9 will be collecting winter attire – …

Essex Precinct officers reach out to the homeless

Officers in the Essex Precinct of the Baltimore County Police Department have begun an outreach to the homeless. The outreach program is the idea of Essex Precinct Commander, Captain Andre Davis. Captain Davis was concerned about the welfare of the homeless during the winter months. He also knew that it is not uncommon for officers to get complaints about homeless …