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Black Press USA
300 Men March From Baltimore to D.C. (Photo Credit/300MenMarch.com) by Lisa Snowden-McCray Special to the NNPA f
300 Men March From Baltimore to D.C.
Black Press USA / Posted 8 days ago
(Photo Credit/300MenMarch.com) by Lisa Snowden-McCray Special to the NNPA from the St. Louis American The weather was a steamy 82 degrees on August 16 around 5 p.m. when men in black t-shirts began gathering... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Baltimore Taking A Stand Against Dog FightingBALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore is taking a stand against dog fighting. The City Co
Baltimore Taking A Stand Against Dog Fighting
CBS Baltimore / Posted 15 days ago
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore is taking a stand against dog fighting. The City Council will consider making the possession of dog fighting paraphernalia a criminal offense. Proponents say it will make it easier to get convictions against animal... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Long-Serving Baltimore City Councilwoman Announces RetirementBALTIMORE (WJZ) — A long-serving member of the Baltimore City Council announces
Long-Serving Baltimore City Councilwoman Announces Retirement
CBS Baltimore / Posted 15 days ago
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A long-serving member of the Baltimore City Council announces her retirement. Councilwoman Helen Holton will not seek re-election at the end of the council’s 71st term. Holton helped countless families gain employment, secure... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Judge rules Md. must release crude oil shipment informationA Baltimore City Circuit Court judge ruled Friday that information railroads su
Judge rules Md. must release crude oil shipment information
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
A Baltimore City Circuit Court judge ruled Friday that information railroads submit to the state about the volume and frequency of their crude oil shipments is public. The decision rejects efforts by two major Eastern railroads, Norfolk Southern... Read more
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Washington Post
300 Men March from Baltimore heads to the MallAn anti-violence group walked all night from Baltimore to the District, marchin
300 Men March from Baltimore heads to the Mall
Washington Post / Posted 16 days ago
An anti-violence group walked all night from Baltimore to the District, marching in the roads at points but causing minimal traffic delays. The 300 Men March, an anti-violence group based out of Baltimore, is marching against violent crime. A group... Read more
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Washington Post
Baltimore’s interim police commissioner on mission to mend tiesBALTIMORE — Kevin Davis glided through the Eastern District here like a politic
Baltimore’s interim police commissioner on mission to mend ties
Washington Post / Posted 17 days ago
BALTIMORE — Kevin Davis glided through the Eastern District here like a politician on a mission. He listened carefully as a grandmother suggested a curfew for kids, told teens to stay in school and shook hands with toddlers munching on Chinese... Read more
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The Washington Times
MONICA CROWLEY: The steep slide from ‘I have a dream’ to ‘space to destroy’“Nonviolence means avoiding not only external physical violence but also intern
MONICA CROWLEY: The steep slide from ‘I have a dream’ to ‘space to destroy’
The Washington Times / Posted 17 days ago
“Nonviolence means avoiding not only external physical violence but also internal violence of spirit. You not only refuse to shoot a man, but you refuse to hate him.” — Martin Luther King Jr. “We also gave those who wish to destroy space to do that... Read more
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The Daily Record
Sagamore reaches out to skeptic on development incentivesUnder Armour founder Kevin Plank's real estate firm Sagamore Development Corp.
Sagamore reaches out to skeptic on development incentives
The Daily Record / Posted 19 days ago
Under Armour founder Kevin Plank's real estate firm Sagamore Development Corp. has briefed a key Baltimore City Council member who is a frequent foe of development subsidies about plans to redevelop Port Covington in South Baltimore. Carl Stokes,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore: quirky, but goodMay marked 25 years of my living in Baltimore. Moving to a new city always mean
Baltimore: quirky, but good
Baltimore Sun / Posted 23 days ago
May marked 25 years of my living in Baltimore. Moving to a new city always means many small adjustments: navigating a new maze of streets, finding the best places to shop and capturing the favor of a new city. The move to Baltimore also required... Read more
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Boston Herald
5 highlights from Martin O'Malley's interview on Herald RadioFormer Maryland gov. and Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley join
5 highlights from Martin O'Malley's interview on Herald Radio
Boston Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Former Maryland gov. and Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley joined Herald Radio's "Morning Meeting" show today. The wide ranging discussion covered a variety of topics, including crime prevention, the upcoming Democratic primary... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
What happens without Red Line? Officials meet Monday to discussGov. Larry Hogan's top transportation officials will meet Monday with elected l
What happens without Red Line? Officials meet Monday to discuss
Baltimore Sun / Posted 23 days ago
Gov. Larry Hogan's top transportation officials will meet Monday with elected leaders from Baltimore to discuss the city's mass transit needs after the governor's decision to scuttle the $2.9 billion Red Line. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and U.S.... Read more
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The Daily Record
Bill would make it easier to do business in RemingtonA community association in Remington is doing something rare for that Baltimore
Bill would make it easier to do business in Remington
The Daily Record / Posted 27 days ago
A community association in Remington is doing something rare for that Baltimore neighborhood. They're trying to make it easier to open a business. A Baltimore City Council bill aiming to make it easier to open shops in the neighborhood's old... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
State begins drafting rules for police body camerasA commission in Annapolis has begun the complicated task of proposing rules for
State begins drafting rules for police body cameras
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
A commission in Annapolis has begun the complicated task of proposing rules for Maryland's police departments to follow when their officers wear body cameras. Should an officer be required to turn the camera off in certain situations? How long... Read more
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WBAL-TV Baltimore
City Council questions police body camera timelineThe idea of equipping Baltimore City police with body cameras is taking another
City Council questions police body camera timeline
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 29 days ago
The idea of equipping Baltimore City police with body cameras is taking another step toward reality. The Baltimore City Council met Tuesday evening to discuss how to allocate federal funding for body cameras for city police. The issue is a reaction... Read more
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Alaska Public
NPR Story | Alaska Public MediaBaltimore Launched Martin O'Malley, Then Weighed Him Down This story is part o
NPR Story | Alaska Public Media
Alaska Public / Posted 30 days ago
Baltimore Launched Martin O'Malley, Then Weighed Him Down This story is part of NPR's series Journey Home. We're going to the places presidential candidates call home and finding out what those places tell us about how they see the world.As Martin... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Baltimore Launched Martin O'Malley, Then Weighed Him DownThis story is part of NPR's series Journey Home. We're going to the places pres
Baltimore Launched Martin O'Malley, Then Weighed Him Down
KPBS San Diego / Posted 30 days ago
This story is part of NPR's series Journey Home. We're going to the places presidential candidates call home and finding out what those places tell us about how they see the world. As Martin O'Malley neared the launch of his presidential campaign,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Following Baltimore City, Howard County votes to ban vaping in public placesOn Friday, Howard County council unanimously approved a bill banning "vaping" —
Following Baltimore City, Howard County votes to ban vaping in public places
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
On Friday, Howard County council unanimously approved a bill banning "vaping" — or the use of electronic cigarettes and vaporizers — in public places. Introduced by Councilman Jon Weinstein, an Ellicott City Democrat, the bill builds on the county's... Read more
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Washington Post
Md. governor says he is closing scandal-plagued Baltimore jailA corrections officer stands near a gate at Baltimore City Detention Center in
Md. governor says he is closing scandal-plagued Baltimore jail
Washington Post / Posted 1 months ago
A corrections officer stands near a gate at Baltimore City Detention Center in Baltimore in Novermber 2013. (Steve Ruark/AP) Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday that he will immediately shut down the scandal-plagued Baltimore City Detention... Read more
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Washington Post
Md. governor to announce closure of scandal-plagued Baltimore jailA corrections officer stands near a gate at Baltimore City Detention Center in
Md. governor to announce closure of scandal-plagued Baltimore jail
Washington Post / Posted 1 months ago
A corrections officer stands near a gate at Baltimore City Detention Center in Baltimore in Novermber 2013. (Steve Ruark/AP) Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan plans to announce Thursday that he will close the scandal-plagued Baltimore City Male Detention... Read more
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Washington Post
Md. governor to announce closure of scandal-plagued Baltimore jailA corrections officer stands near a gate at Baltimore City Detention Center in
Md. governor to announce closure of scandal-plagued Baltimore jail
Washington Post / Posted 1 months ago
A corrections officer stands near a gate at Baltimore City Detention Center in Baltimore in Novermber 2013. (Steve Ruark/AP) Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan plans to announce Thursday that he will close the scandal-plagued Baltimore City Male Detention... Read more
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