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A representative from the Baltimore police union could not be immediately reached Tuesday. On July 29, 2013, a television news helicopter's camera captured a Baltimore police officer striking a teenage car theft suspect who was being held on the
Owings Mills-based Lewis Contractors said it will help lead the improvement project at the school's 100-acre campus in northeast Baltimore, with two year-long construction projects set to begin this fall. The buildings a two-story, 35,000 square foot
Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young said he has concerns about the administration's proposal to raise up to $60 million for recreation centers by selling four of the city's 17 parking garages. Young noted the four garages are money-makers
Two men were fatally shot Thursday night, marking seven murders in Baltimore since Monday. Thursday's first killing was reported to police at about 11:10 p.m. A man was found lying in the alley in the rear of the 5000 block of Queensberry Ave.
15 a.m. after he had been shot multiple times in the torso, though his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening. Police believe the shooting took place in Northeast Baltimore, possibly on Ramblewood Road.
The challenge, lead organizer Munir Bahar told participants at the time, was to keep their activism going. Organizers said they expected to build on their grass-roots success and had signed up several hundred to march again. But this year's 300 Men
The Baltimore Sun Residents of Belair-Edison in Northeast Baltimore and the greater Mondawmin area on the west side made the first use of new huge plastic trash cans on wheels last weekend as part of Baltimore's new pilot program to fight litter and
Antonio Hayes was raised by his grandmother when his mom's drug addiction got too bad. Brooke Lierman grew up in the affluent suburbs of Montgomery County , the daughter of a renowned political family. The three 30-somethings from disparate
One year after city officials pledged to reinvigorate Baltimore's police civilian review board, members say their work feels insignificant and they are still seeking more authority. The Police Department recently said it would ask the volunteer
Sean McCaffrey was halfway across the country for National Guard training when he got the news that his childhood best friend, Daniel Waldhaus, had been murdered in Baltimore. Waldhaus, 31, lived with McCaffrey in Baltimore for less than two years