Salisbury's Anne Street Village, the city’s first transitional housing community for homeless residents, will welcome its first group of residents in May.
Homeless youth, Facebook and the death penalty round out this week's topics.
State Senators Thursday were urged to travel in pairs while walking in Annapolis at night.
A 62-year-old Army veteran living in a Baltimore homeless shelter is now getting a Veterans Administration pension and disability benefits — with the predictable result that he’s no longer homeless.
A fundraiser held Saturday at the Baltimore Convention Center raised nearly $500,000 for The Journey Home, Baltimore's 10-year plan to end homelessness in the city.
Can the national crisis of homelessness be ended? The answer is yes — and the solution may be closer than you think.
The American Bar Association is taking a major step to fight homelessness.
In September, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health confirmed what most homeless-services providers already feared was true: the number of homeless youths in Baltimore has increased significantly in the last two years. The report revealed that about 1,800 young people between the ages of 13 to 25 are homeless. But most distressing are […]