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  • City Council president says he'll pay back Ray Lewis for tickets to private skybox

    City Council president says he'll pay back Ray Lewis for tickets to private skybox
    City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young promised Wednesday to pay Ray Lewis for tickets to the Ravens linebacker's private skybox at Sunday's sold-out playoff game, saying he wanted to follow an ethics law the City Council approved just four months...
  • Tickets to sold-out concerts, luxury boxes not uncommon for city officials

    Tickets to sold-out concerts, luxury boxes not uncommon for city officials
    Luxury boxes at major sporting events. Sold-out concerts. Galas. Vegas shows. Baltimore's lawmakers often receive tickets for shows and other popular events from developers, business people, corporations and nonprofits as one of the perks of office. Over...
  • George Ganjon, farmer, dies

    George Ganjon, farmer, dies
    George Gilbert Ganjon, a retired Carroll County farmer who was a founder of the Downtown Farmers Market, died of kidney failure Aug. 1 at Dove House in Westminster. He was 82. Born in Baltimore, he grew up near the Hollins Market in the southwestern...
  • Students call on city leaders to pass bottle tax

    Students call on city leaders to pass bottle tax
    Patterson High School became the latest political battleground in the effort to rebuild Baltimore's decrepit school infrastructure this week, with students throwing their support behind a proposed bottle tax that could help raise about $300 million for...
  • City officials want to spread word about homeowners' tax credit

    Two Baltimore City Council members are planning campaigns to get the word out about property tax assistance for homeowners with modest incomes, reacting to a Baltimore Sun article that showed the pool of apparently eligible city homeowners is far larger...
  • City Council members want more information in teen shooting

    City Council members want more information in teen shooting
    The lack of immediate answers in the case of slain 13-year-old Monae Turnage has left the community in limbo, Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke said Thursday. "I understand the protocols, but this family, and this city, needs to know what...
  • Three city fire companies could close permanently

    Three city fire companies could close permanently
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake would permanently close three fire companies and could shut several recreation centers in an effort to close a $48 million gap in the city's $3 billion operating budget, according to city officials who have been briefed on...
  • Baltimore City election results

    Baltimore Mayor Democratic primary 290 of 290 precincts (100%) Stephanie Rawlings-Blake (i): 36,698 (52%) Catherine Pugh: 17,743 (25%) Otis Rolley: 8,991 (13%) Joseph Landers: 4,870 (7%) Frank Conaway: 1,899 (3%) Wilton Wilson: 215 (0%) Republican...
  • Rawlings-Blake grilling agency heads

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is summoning Cabinet members for intense, one-on-one meetings with an eye toward a possible shake-up of city leadership, sources close to her say. To prepare for the meetings, the mayor directed each agency head to...
  • In city, Republicans, Greens, Libertarians push for the polls

    In city, Republicans, Greens, Libertarians push for the polls
    Members of the Republican, Green and Libertarian parties are often divided by strong ideological differences in national politics. But in Baltimore, their candidates emphatically agree on at least one thing: They're fed up with the Democratic dominance of...
  • Some city leaders question pick of outsider as commissioner

    Some city leaders question pick of outsider as commissioner
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's pick of a Californian to head Baltimore's Police Department prompted questions Monday from City Council members and other city leaders who had been hoping the new commissioner would come from the department's ranks....
  • City officials: Starscape's 14-year run at Fort Armistead is over

    City officials: Starscape's 14-year run at Fort Armistead is over
    As thousands of late-night revelers partied to thumping electronic dance music in the graffiti-marked remains of an old fort in Baltimore last month, some overdosed on drugs or became overwhelmed by the heat, according to a report by the city fire...