BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Community members and leaders are working to beautify Baltimore this summer.
Dozens of volunteers spent Saturday pulling weeds, picking up trash, and planting shrubs in Baltimore’s Upton community on the grounds of the former P.S. 103
This is where Justice Thurgood Marshall, the first Black member of the U.S. Supreme Court, attended elementary school from 1914 to 1920.
“It’s a historic landmark,” said Mary Urban, the WIN Waste Innovations Director of Communications, Community Engagement and Marketing.
“They’re going to start doing renovations on this building so we want to make sure the rest of the block is going to be as...