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Mayor Catherine Pugh on Thursday named a new director of Baltimore's Recreation and Parks Department. Pugh hired Reginald Moore, the director of the Macon-Bibb... [Read More]
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In 1968, in the wake of the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the riots that tore Baltimore apart, Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro... [Read More]
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Politicians, economic development officials and developers from Maryland are in Las Vegas for the International Council of Shopping Centers' annual conference. Officials attend the... [Read More]
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Baltimore's spending panel has agreed to pay $220,000 to a woman who says police arrested her, assaulted her and broke her phone because she filmed... [Read More]
Over the objection of the city's comptroller, Baltimore officials voted Wednesdayto award contracts worth nearly $10 million to two companies that will relaunch the city's... [Read More]
Over the objection of the city's comptroller, Baltimore officials on Wednesday voted to award contracts worth nearly $10 million to two companies that will relaunch... [Read More]
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Over the objection of the city's comptroller, Baltimore officials on Wednesday voted to award contracts worth nearly $10 million to two companies that will relaunch... [Read More]
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As City Council members consider ways to divert more money to Baltimore schools, district officials said Tuesday it's too late to prevent layoffs for as... [Read More]
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Baltimore officials on Wednesday plan to award contracts worth nearly $10 million for two companies to bring back the city's once-troubled speed and red light... [Read More]
Baltimore's spending panel is set to pay $220,000 to a woman who says police arrested her, assaulted her and broke her phone because she filmed... [Read More]
The Baltimore City Council voted 14-1 Monday to legalize stun gun possession by city residents in response to a federal court ruling. The bill... [Read More]
Baltimore's City Council president said Monday that he and fellow council members are revving up to fight for more community and youth program funding in... [Read More]
Baltimore's City Council president said Monday that he and fellow council members are revving up to fight for more community and youth program funding. ... [Read More]
Park Heights, a once-thriving Baltimore community near Pimlico Race Course that has lost more than half its population since the 1960s, is in need of... [Read More]
The weeds, rot and decay overtook the 2600 block of Rosewood Ave., not far from Pimlico Race Course, long ago. Days from now, wealth... [Read More]
Baltimore police said Saturday they have charged three teenage boys in a sexual assault they say occurred at Leith Walk Elementary and Middle School on... [Read More]
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh publicly backed advocates' calls Saturday for her administration to issue $40 million in bonds annually for affordable housing and deconstruction projects... [Read More]
Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday vetoed a bill passed by the General Assembly that he says would block true redistricting reform in Maryland. The... [Read More]
The Mayor's Office on Criminal Justice — a once-influential Baltimore agency that devises crime-fighting strategies, coordinates with the state and applies for grant funding —... [Read More]
The Mayor's Office on Criminal Justice — a once-influential Baltimore agency that devises crime-fighting strategies, coordinates with the state and applies for grant funding —... [Read More]
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