Random Acts of Kindness Day Update
NBC4 viewers stepped up in a big way when asked to deliver a random act of kindness to a Prince George’s County elementary school. News4’s Molette Green reports.
New Gaithersburg Comedy Club Gives Back to Community
Two friends and longtime Montgomery County residents combined their love of laughter and charity to open Give a Hoot Comedy Club — which donates half of its profits to community groups. News4’s Molette Green reports.
Howard U Students Fundraise for Alternative Spring Break Trips
Howard University students are fundraising to go on alternative spring break — when college students participate in a weeklong volunteer project. News4’s Molette Green reports.
Wise HS Cuts Ribbon on College & Career Center Sponsored by Student Fundraising
Wise High School students are making an impact that could change the game for future generations — they raised money to start a college and career center at their school. News4’s Molette Green is working in the community.
Random Acts of Kindness Day: How You Can Help Forest Heights Elementary
Forest Heights Elementary Community Schools Coordinator Josephine Adutwum says parents and students at the Title 1 and community school need extra support to get through the year. You can support the community by purchasing items from the school’s wish list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2MUP1Q4LSXX3W?ref_=wl_share
Virginia Students Recognized for Marine Corp Marathon Participation
Students in Northern Virginia were recognized for their participation in a Marine Corp Marathon. NBC4’s Dominique Moody reports.
Pizza That Gives Back: Prince George's Pizzeria Donates a Pie for Each One Purchased
Ryan Whitfield, co-owner of BurnBox Pizza in Prince George’s County, believes everyone deserves to eat — and has made that a central mission of his restaurant. News4’s Molette Green reports in the community.
DC Artist's Breonna Taylor Mural Displayed at Smithsonian's Anacostia Community Museum
News4’s Molette Green provides an inside look at how young D.C. artist Yetunde Sapp’s creative activism led to an exhibit at the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum.
Alexandria Teacher's ‘Crunchy Life' Book Series Highlights Kids in Big Cities
Alexandria teacher Glen Mourning’s book series “Crunchy Life” focuses on the lives of kids in big cities, aiming to tell lesser-known stories. NBC4’s Jummy Olabanji reports.
How the Black American Market in Woodbridge Says Its Revolutionizing Black Business
When you shop inside the Black American Market at Potomac Mills Mall, you’re supporting young entrepreneurs, cancer survivors and other business owners of color. News4’s Molette Green introduces you to some of the sellers.
How the ‘Elite Black Men' Teen Group in Maryland Is Changing the Narrative
At one Charles County high school, a new pilot program is aiming to change the narrative around young Black men. News4’s Molette Green reports in the community.
Alexandria Small Business Sale Returns This Weekend
In this economy, a good sale is a great way to shop. You might find a designer steal at the 19th annual Alexandria Warehouse Sale. News4’s Molette Green, working for the community, is in Old Town, where nearly 50 independent boutiques are setting up this weekend.
15th Annual DMV Links Red Dress Event to Combat Heart Disease
Heart disease is America’s leading cause of death and impacts 60% of Black women aged 20 and up. That’s why the 15th annual DMV Links Red Dress event is drawing hundreds of people. News4’s Molette Green reports in the community.