Local News


With all eyes on Baltimore, panel at Mount St. Mary’s talks social justice
Sep 03 2015
Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts was part of a panel discussion on social justice.

Clergy assignments include Baltimore natives as east-side pastors
Sep 03 2015
New pastors for Our Lady of Fatima and St. Ann/St. Wenceslaus are among the new clergy assignments.

PIE Challenge hits social media
Sep 02 2015
People throughout the archdiocese are taking pies to the face in a social media campaign in support of a Catholic schools scholarship program.

Joseph Spadaro, first CFO for archdiocese, dies after battle with Parkinson’s
Sep 01 2015
Joseph A. Spadaro Jr., the first chief financial officer for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, died Aug. 24 following a 10-year battle with Parkinson’s disease

How they spent their summer vacation: Forty-one youths attend inaugural Baltimore WorkCamp
Aug 31 2015
Youths from Frederick County spent part of their summer making a difference.

John Carroll math teacher inherits dad’s classroom
Aug 29 2015
The teacher in front of room 105 will seem vaguely familiar when the 2015-16 school year begins at The John Carroll School Aug. 31. Teresa Pleiss graduated from John Carroll in 2004. She is the daughter of Al Ward, class of 1970.

‘The nicest crossing guard ever’
Aug 26 2015
Bernadette Jackson, a school crossing guard, is a beloved figure at Sacred Heart School, Glyndon.

Aberdeen school supports student’s battle with cancer
Aug 25 2015
Roman Baylosis is “very excited” to be back at St. Joan of Arc School, a school that supported him and his family as he underwent cancer treatments.

CCHD recipients better life in Baltimore
Aug 24 2015
CCHD grants were awarded to help end cycle of poverty.

Town in France that educated Carrolls reaches out to Baltimore
Aug 23 2015
Saint-Omer officials make visit to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.