As agencies prepared to address the public amid the Freddie Gray unrest, they were careful about messaging, emails show.
A 50-year-old man died Friday after he was shot in Southwest Baltimore, police said.
On T-shirts and bandannas, fairgoers at Dundalk Heritage Park donned the image of a flag that united a nation. But just as prominent in the crowd — flying in the air and off of vendor shelves — was a flag that is now dividing it.
More than 1,000 spouses and children of city schools employees were purged from the district's benefit rolls after an audit found they weren't eligible for health insurance plans.
Some would keep them, some would tear them down. The mayor said Tuesday the city needs to talk about the future of Confederate monuments in the city.
The Baltimore city school system underwent several leadership changes Tuesday night.
The Baltimore Sun published a piece Sunday looking back at city schools CEO Gregory Thornton's first year, which was described by supporters and critics as tumultuous.
Reflecting on Gregory Thornton's first year as Baltimore schools CEO, many agree that he's an affable administrator who has faced enormous challenges on the job.