Emma Patti Harris

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Emma Patti Harris leads on-and-off platform video initiatives for The Baltimore Sun. Prior to The Sun, Emma worked in web design and management for Baltimore magazine, Bethesda Magazine and Arlington Magazine. She also was a photo editor and video producer at Washington Magazine. Emma is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Photojournalism and Multimedia.

Recent Articles

  • Baltimore-area train gardens

    Baltimore-area train gardens

    Train gardens have become as much a part of Baltimore holiday tradition as 34th Street. But these train gardens aren't limited to a few homes. Volunteer fire companies, businesses and malls have comprehensive train setups on display for the holidays. We've compiled some of them that have regular...

  • Criticism over minor arrests

    Criticism over minor arrests

    African Americans in some Baltimore neighborhoods have long complained that they are unfairly targeted by police for arrests for nuisance crimes. After the ACLU and the NAACP sued police in 2005 over the issue, the city changed its policy and such arrests plummeted. But the issue re-emerged following...

  • National Guard resources used during the unrest

    National Guard resources used during the unrest

    Personnel Support MEMA = Maryland Emergency Management Agency MDDF = Maryland Defense Force Vehicle Operations 324 tactical vehicles driven 50,000 miles covered 4 vehicles recovered/repaired Air Support 2 missions 1.5 flight hours SOURCE: National Guard Icons courtesy of Luke Anthony Firth and...

  • Hopkins gets jiggy wit it, Twitter responds

    Hopkins gets jiggy wit it, Twitter responds

    With Artscape weekend on the horizon, Johns Hopkins University's main twitter account decided to appeal to a younger crowd (we guess) to promote their stage in Station North. Hey #Baltimore: Time to #turnup at #Artscape2015! Stop by our #StationNorth stage this weekend for on fleek bands and sick...

  • Timeline: Anthony W. Batts' career

    Timeline: Anthony W. Batts' career

    Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts came to Baltimore in 2012 pledging reform, and during his nearly three years with the department, there was hardly an issue that arose that he didn't meet with an advisory panel or outside experts. On Wednesday, July 8, 2015, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake fired...

  • Fourth of July gas prices down from last year

    Fourth of July gas prices down from last year

    Despite increases in gas prices over the past several months, motorists hitting the roads this holiday weekend will pay less at the pump than last year, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic. Maryland's average gas price of $2.75 per gallon is a five-year low for the holiday and about three cents per gallon...

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