Flood of new apartments in Baltimore raises question: Are there too many?

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Baltimore City Council members say budget must include Safe Streets funding

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Pugh names new director of Baltimore recreation and parks

Pugh names new director of Baltimore recreation and parks

Mayor Catherine Pugh on Thursday named a new director of Baltimore's Recreation and Parks Department. Pugh hired Reginald Moore, the director of the Macon-Bibb County Parks and Recreation Department in Georgia, to take over Baltimore's agency starting July 3. He will be paid $155,000. Moore has...

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Riverside rowhome accidentally knocked down

City contractors accidentally knocked down a Riverside rowhouse Sunday as they attempted an emergency demolition on a property with a shared wall. After receiving complaints from neighbors about a bowing exterior wall and a crack between the two rowhouses, city inspectors deemed the property at...

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Emergent BioSolutions opens expanded East Baltimore vaccine plant

When the next flu pandemic strikes or, perish the thought, the Ebola virus starts spreading in the United States, a newly expanded pharmaceutical plant in East Baltimore stands ready to respond. Emergent BioSolutions, in partnership with the federal government, spent $80 million to double the size...

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