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  • Rawlings-Blake and Dixon trade shots

    Rawlings-Blake and Dixon trade shots
    Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and her predecessor Sheila Dixon have shared a lifetime of politics together. Dixon became the first African-American woman elected City Council president and then mayor. Rawlings-Blake followed in her footsteps. For them, the...
  • Dixon's criticism way out of line

    I am appalled that Sheila Dixon would make a statement saying that Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake "does not care about the citizens of Baltimore" ("Trading shots," Aug. 30). If anybody displayed "not caring about the citizens of Baltimore," it was...
  • Making their case

    Carl Stokes told 50 people at a community forum in Charles Village that he is a maverick Baltimore City councilman, even noting that he cast the lone vote against this year's city budget because he thinks the city is spending too much money on juvenile...
  • Dixon is way off base

    Sheila Dixon needs to eat some humble pie ("Rawlings-Blake and Dixon trade shots," Aug. 30). It was quite amazing to read her statement that Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is "an egotistic somebody who's very self-centered and very selfish."  Ms. Dixon needs to...
  • Young campaigns to keep council presidency

    Young campaigns to keep council presidency
    Campaigning on foot along a stretch of tidy brick rowhouses in East Baltimore, joined by a small entourage of family members, campaign consultants and volunteers, City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young rarely needs an introduction. "Whassup,...
  • Catherine E. Pugh

    Catherine E. Pugh
    1. Please describe your educational and professional background and how it has prepared you to serve as mayor. I hold an undergraduate degree in business administration and my MBA, both from Morgan State University. I have served as a banker, dean of...
  • Joseph T. "Jody" Landers III

    Joseph T. "Jody" Landers III
    1. Please describe your educational and professional background and how it has prepared you to serve as mayor. I have a Bachelors' Degree in Business Administration from Morgan State University. I am a former member of the Baltimore City Council,...
  • Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Justin Bieber, Grand Prix and more of your rants

    Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Justin Bieber, Grand Prix and more of your rants
    Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is an embarrassment and a disgrace to anybody who ever attended Western High School. We were taught better than that, ignoramus. I’ll take competency over personality any day. Let’s go Rawlings-Blake. Justin Bieber...
  • Grand Prix: Boy did the mayor get lucky

    Over the years, my luck has been far from great. The study of good fortune, therefore, has been long time pursuit. Our mayor, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, is blessed with incredible luck, and her gamble on Baltimore Grand Prix is the latest example. The...
  • Rawlings-Blake runs on record

    Driver Will Power took home the trophy from the Baltimore Grand Prix, but the biggest winner of the three-day racing festival might have been Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Rawlings-Blake made perhaps the largest political gamble of her 18 months in...
  • Sun endorses Rawlings-Blake

    Sun endorses Rawlings-Blake
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake took over leadership of Baltimore at a difficult time. She became the chief executive after Sheila Dixon's scandal-induced ouster from City Hall, just before a major snowstorm and in the midst of a deep budget crisis. She...
  • Rolley courting voters, one at a time

    Otis Rolley is scrambling up porches in a quiet West Baltimore neighborhood, undaunted by a steady drizzle. He leaps over baby gates, dodges yapping poodles and asks voters to support him in the primary election. A few years ago, few outside City Hall...