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  • A few words of advice

    A few words of advice
    As the daughter of a renowned state legislator and a member of the Baltimore City Council for nearly her entire adult life, Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake has seen the city transform in the hands of numerous leaders. On Feb. 4, when she is sworn in as the city's 49th mayor, she gets her own chance to shepherd the city into a new era.
  • Man fatally stabbed in Gresham neighborhoood

    Man fatally stabbed in Gresham neighborhoood
    A 21-year-old man was fatally wounded in a stabbing during a fight Friday night on the South Side in the city's Gresham neighborhood. Preliminary reports said a fight broke out shortly before 8:30 p.m. on the 7700 block of South Emerald Avenue, said...

    1 dead, 14 wounded in city shootings: 'Please don't let me die'

    1 dead, 14 wounded in city shootings: 'Please don't let me die'
    A teen was shot to death and at least 14 other people, including a 12-year-old boy, were wounded in shootings between Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. The most recent shooting was a homicide that happened about 4:10 a.m. Saturday in the West...

    Double shooting in Cragin: 'What happened? What do you mean?'

    Double shooting in Cragin: 'What happened? What do you mean?'
    Cries pierced the quiet street moments after a police officer entered the red-brick two-flat in the Cragin neighborhood to tell a family that a relative had just been shot to death on the block early Thursday morning. A man cursed.  A woman sobbed...

    Signs of hope as Uptown struggles with violence

    Signs of hope as Uptown struggles with violence
    After more than 20 years living on North Magnolia Avenue in Uptown, Victoria McGhee had had enough. “I felt like every time I hear gunfire, I have to run outside and check where my kids are,” she said. “I can’t get comfortable...