Feeling sick? You’ll probably be needing a doctor’s note. Luckily, we’ve got one for you.
Delegate Lewis is currently accepting scholarship applications from residents of the 46th district for the 2018-2019 academic year!
The Mayor’s Office & City Council are seeking candidates to serve on the Baltimore City Commission for Women (“Women’s Commission”). The Women’s Commission will be an inclusive community resource comprised of individuals who believe in equal rights, opportunities, and access to services for all women.
It’s #GivingTuesday! Today, let’s try to think of ways we can give back to our communities. You can give back through volunteerism, like cleaning up litter or helping at a shelter, …
Knocking on doors with Senator Bill Ferguson in Cherry Hill, I met Miss Inita, and I asked her: “What things can I help with in your neighborhood?” She …
My 2017 End of Session Letter is here! Take a look at what we accomplished in Annapolis!
On April 19th, the Maryland Environmental Health Network with The Center for Emerging Media and 2640 Space will host an evening to connect Marylanders to the effects of climate change on health and to prepare residents to attend the People’s Climate March on April 29th in Washington, DC
Sixty-seven people spoke in favor of Maryland’s offshore wind plans at the hearing, including a bipartisan group of four state legislators. State Senator Johnny Ray Salling (District 6) and Delegates Dereck Davis (District 25), Sally Jameson (District 28) and Robbyn Lewis (District 46) all referenced the economic development potential and promise of well-paying jobs as reasons for the PSC to approve the wind energy credit.
Community activist Robbyn Lewis took a step Wednesday toward filling the state delegate seat vacated by Del. Pete Hammen when he joined the administration of new Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh.