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Nadia Singh


Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Nadia:

Baltimore welcomes its first baby of 2019

Baltimore's first baby of 2019 was born at Medstar Harbor Hospital Tuesday morning at 12:02 a.m. → Read More

The Charmery makes New Year's Eve family friendly

While many waited for midnight to watch the ball drop in Times Square, some families here took a sweeter and earlier route. → Read More

Bringing home to the homeless one church at a time

From a place to sleep, to hot meals, to toiletries and warm clothing. St. John the Evangelist is just one of 70 churches opening its doors to bring warmth and compassion. → Read More

Healing after being touched by violence

Just days before the new year, dozens of people who've lost loved ones to violence in 2018 gathered for a special vigil this evening. Mayor Catherine Pugh and faith leaders stood together with the community to help bring healing to the 304 families dealing with loss this holiday season. → Read More

Weinberg Center using holiday for second chances and hope

While Santa is spreading cheer to good little boys and girls one organization in our area is spreading cheer in a different way. The Weinberg Housing and Resource Center made sure those less fortunate in our city had something to unwrap Monday night. → Read More

Christmas came early for kids in need

For some, having beautifully wrapped presents under the tree is a yearly tradition but for others, it's a rare and appreciated treat. 100 special kids got some of their Christmas wishes granted Friday. → Read More

It's Kindertime Toy Drive celebrates 20 years, brings smiles and holiday spirit to city

If you didn't think giving was better receiving, you will now. The It's Kindertime Toy Drive celebrated 20 years of giving to the city of Baltimore. → Read More

School officials investigate another noose found at Chesapeake Bay Middle School

Some disturbing news out of Anne Arundel County after a noose made from a part of a sweatshirt was found Wednesday at Chesapeake Bay Middle School. → Read More

Harford Co. first in U.S. to donate to Korean War Memorial

Harford County is the first in the country to contribute to a planned wall of remembrance for fallen heroes of the Korean War. → Read More

GBMC's weight loss patients honored for healthy lifestyle changes

Losing weight is no easy task but Thursday night, some of GBMC’s most successful weight loss patients strutted their stuff on the runway! → Read More

Harford County Choir fights addiction through music

A new choir in Harford County is made up of people whose lives have been affected by addiction. → Read More

Rally to keep Monarch Academy open

tonight parents teachers and students rallied tonight to try and save a baltimore charter school in danger of closing. monarch academy baltimore prides itself providing a unique learning environment for its students. but the school board says there's several reasons it wants to close the school. wmar 2 news' nadia singh spoke to parents who are worried about where they'll send their kids. → Read More

Service with a smile: Harford Co. school encourages male engagement with Smile Maker Program

Wanted: dads, uncles, brothers and other men to be role models for students in one Harford County school. It's part of a program that started this year at Bakerfield Elementary School. → Read More

Council votes to keep YouthWorks Program all year

City council voted Thursday to make the YouthWorks Program run year round in honor of one of the program's ambassadors. → Read More

ACLU posts survey to hear city schools' heat issues

many of us will be cranking the heat up as the temperatures dip over the next couple days. no doubt, some parents will be wondering if their kids' schools will be equipped for the chill. now the a-c-l-u is stepping in to make sure those parents have a voice. → Read More

Discussing violence in city schools

The community joined Baltimore City Public School leaders for an open discussion addressing safety issues. → Read More

City leaders speak out after Good Samaritan murder

city leaders say they are wondering what to do next to help keep the city safer and honor the loss of one of its latest murders. jacquelyn smith was riding home with her husband and step daughter when she was stabbed after giving money to what she thought was a panhandler. wmar 2 news' nadia singh spoke to the mayor and city council members tonight. → Read More

Court to hear appeal in Adnan Syed case

It's a case that's had Baltimore captivated for 18 years now. Adnan Syed, is in prison serving a life sentence after being convicted of killing his girlfriend, Hae Min Lee. → Read More

Recruiting and retaining quality teachers of color in Baltimore City

recruiting and retaining quality teachers is a challenge for school systems in many cities. in baltimore, the challenge is a little more unique as educators strive to find better ways to attract and keep teachers of color. wmar 2 news' nadia singh is working for the future tonight with research that shows why having minority teachers helps students succeed. → Read More

Baltimore County students give up day off to give back to elderly

It might be the day after Thanksgiving but for some special seniors it was a holiday feast to remember! A group of Baltimore County students decided to prepare Friday's special meal as a way to show members of the Village Crossroads retirement community just how special they are. → Read More