CELEBRATION CHURCH at Columbia Celebrates 50th Anniversary of “helping people win in life”

(Photo courtesy Celebration Church) By Special Press Release COLUMBIA, MD – CELEBRATION CHURCH at Columbia is elated to  celebrate its 50th anniversary of “helping people win in life,” featuring a week of  exciting events, Nov. 5-12, at its church, located at 7101 Riverwood Drive,  Columbia, MD, 21046. Under the theme “Legacy,” the celebration will include


Op-ed Submission: Former Congressman Al Wynn: ‘Right to Repair’ Movement Could Risk Patient Care, Particularly for Disadvantaged Communities

By Al Wynn In state legislatures across the country the “right to repair” movement is gaining momentum. Thirty-three states and Puerto Rico considered right to repair legislation during the 2023 legislative session. And while this might be a good idea for some products, policymakers should oppose any attempts to weaken regulated safety requirements for repairing


Bob Wallace announces his 2024 mayoral bid

By Tashi McQueen AFRO Political Writer tmcqueen@afro.com Baltimore business owner Bob Wallace announced his 2024 bid for Baltimore City mayor on Oct. 12, but this time he’s running as a Democrat. He ran unaffiliated in 2020 and came second to Mayor Brandon M. Scott in the General Election. “I think that the Democratic Party has


Breakthrough research sheds light on aggressive breast cancers in Black women

By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent (NNPA NEWSWIRE) – Researchers at the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center are spearheading a pioneering study to unravel the biological underpinnings of aggressive breast cancers in Black women. Led by Dr. Harikrishna Nakshatri, a breast cancer researcher at the Indiana University School of