The Playtime Program, a D.C.-based nonprofit, is expanding its partnership with shelters to bring programming for children experiencing homelessness to families in Maryland.
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Dozens of people turned out to protest a landlord threatening to evict three tenants.
The Capital Region Housing Challenge was announced by the Housing Leaders Group of Greater Washington March 20. The challenge aims to encourage $1 billion in commitments to fund affordable housing projects in the D.C. metro area.
Charles Martin Davis died of natural causes and was found in his bedroom on Oct. 21, according to a police report. Davis, a Street Sense Media vendor, writer and illustrator, was 55 years young. He often sold newspapers in the Tenleytown neighborhood.
An poem about the inequality that effects low income people living in the D.C area.
The results of the District’s April 1 election leave District residents with plenty of questions about who the city’s next leaders will be, and how… Read more »
After the down blast, The sun reappears. Promptly, the features on the snowman’s face Wash away like useless tears. What Valhalla exists above For an… Read more »
Through the national SSVF program, VA is able to award grants to organizations that help transition low-income Veterans and their families into permanent housing and more stable conditions.
“I’m a strong person, and Street Sense helped me so much. I believe in Street Sense.”
Reporting on efforts to introduce school children to urban farming in Maryland in order to help better their nutrition.
For nine days in March, 26 Georgetown University students went hungry to demand a living wage for university employees.
Minimum-wage workers in Maryland, who have seen their earnings eroded by the rising cost of living, may be in line for a pay raise.