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Pugh backs off plan to replace MLK Day parade with day of service, battle of the bands... [Read More]
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Mayor Catherine Pugh said Tuesday she is replacing next month's Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade with a day of service and a battle of... [Read More]
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Mayor Catherine Pugh said Tuesday she is replacing next month's Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade with a day of service and a battle of... [Read More]
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During her first year of life, the daughter of Baltimore City Councilwoman Shannon Sneed has napped, laughed and gurgled from the dais through votes, budget... [Read More]
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During her first year of life, the daughter of Baltimore City Councilwoman Shannon Sneed has napped, laughed and gurgled from the dais through votes, budget... [Read More]
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The ban was put in place last month based on a recommendation from the Carroll County sheriff, who cited safety concerns based on the city's... [Read More]
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Baltimore City lawmakers unanimously voted Thursday for legislation that would bring the city closer to distributing money from a $12 million fund for children and... [Read More]
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In a city where many struggle to make monthly rent payments, the Baltimore City Council is considering raising taxes on property sales and inheritances to... [Read More]
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Baltimore officials agreed to pay $147,000 to settle an excessive force lawsuit against five police officers. The Board of Estimates, which is controlled by... [Read More]
Baltimore officials have agreed to pay $147,000 to settle an excessive-force lawsuit against five police officers. The Board of Estimates, which is controlled by... [Read More]
With Baltimore reeling from its third year in a row of more than 300 homicides, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced a package of initiatives Tuesday... [Read More]
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced a package of initiatives Tuesday aimed at curbing violent crime in Baltimore — ordering increased state patrols in high-crime areas... [Read More]
Baltimore officials are planning to give a $100,000 forgivable loan to W.R. Grace & Co. as part of a plan to train at least 50... [Read More]
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is expected Tuesday to announce a package of proposals aimed at curbing violent crime in Baltimore. The governor has called... [Read More]
Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young plans to travel to D.C. Tuesday to meet with members of Congress and legislative staffers during a... [Read More]
In North Baltimore's Roland Park neighborhood, some residents have posted signs welcoming immigrants and supporting Black Lives Matter. While some see the signs as expressing... [Read More]
City Councilwoman Shannon Sneed plans to submit legislation Monday that will require all top officials in Baltimore's government to live in the city. Baltimore's... [Read More]
Baltimore police on Sunday identified the man who was found shot to death inside his home in Upper Fells Point last week as 31-year-old Jon... [Read More]
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