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Now Health Care for the Homeless has created a program to ensure that people don't fall through the cracks of its own system.

Auctions rise as city cracks down on code violations

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2014 Baltimore Sun Garden Contest winners [Pictures]

2014 Baltimore Sun Garden Contest winners

Creating a beautiful garden isn't a matter of luck. The winners of this year's Baltimore Sun garden contest prove it takes knowledge, artistry -- and a strong back. Here's a look inside the gardens of the winners.

Postcards from U.S. 40 stories

Postcards from U.S. 40 stories

 

This summer, we're going to see where the road takes us. We'll explore lush parks, historic sites and tourist traps along U.S. 40 -- Maryland's longest numbered highway. Join us all summer as we discover the interesting people and places along the way.

Go to baltimoresun.com/US40Share to tell us about your own favorite spots along U.S. 40 in Maryland.

 

 

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