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  • Mayor plans to raise bottle tax to pay for school construction

    Mayor plans to raise bottle tax to pay for school construction
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will seek to raise the city's bottle tax from 2 cents to 5 cents as part of a plan to boost funding for school construction and repairs, her administration said Thursday. The bottle tax money and other revenue would...
  • City 'affordable housing' fund destroys more houses than it builds

    City 'affordable housing' fund destroys more houses than it builds
    A cluster of vacant rowhouses in the 1600 block of North Gay Street succumbed to the metal claw of an excavator this month, as yet another batch of unwanted city homes turned to rubble. Once the East Baltimore tract is cleared, nothing will be built...
  • Sources: Rawlings-Blake administration demanded Young return tickets to Ravens game

    Sources: Rawlings-Blake administration demanded Young return tickets to Ravens game
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's administration asked Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young to return his tickets to the city's skybox at Sunday's Ravens game, following his criticism of the Baltimore Grand Prix, a source close to Young said. The...
  • Project PLASE promotes new homeless center in SW Baltimore

    Backers of a plan to open a live-in homeless outreach center in Southwest Baltimore presented hundreds of letters and signatures of support Saturday to City Councilwoman Helen Holton, in hopes of overcoming the objections of some area residents....
  • Project PLASE tries to quell neighborhood fears in S.W. Baltimore

    Project PLASE tries to quell neighborhood fears in S.W. Baltimore
    Brigades of parishioners at St. Joseph's Monastery in Southwest Baltimore have cataloged their roles in the mission on a spreadsheet. Each team is tasked with convincing different neighbors that the only offer for the congregation's empty school...
  • 2011: A re-wind

    2011: A re-wind
    Fast cars zipped around downtown Baltimore streets and, it turns out, the race promoters' financial messes. A robocall that urged voters to relax and stay home led jurors to a vote of their own: guilty of election fraud. We bade farewell to an iconic...
  • Council president urges mayor to end Grand Prix

    Council president urges mayor to end Grand Prix
    City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young is urging Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to abandon the troubled Baltimore Grand Prix and focus on "core issues that impact the quality of life for all Baltimoreans." In an op-ed article submitted to The...
  • Car thefts, burglaries spur action in Catonsville community

    Car thefts, burglaries spur action in Catonsville community
    Ben Christian had seen enough people using the Medwick Garth Facebook page to complain about the crime in the area, which included two cars being stolen in about a month. "I put something on there that said we need to do something about this," said...
  • Mayor easily defeats school principal Bundley, virtually gaining 2nd term

    Mayor easily defeats school principal Bundley, virtually gaining 2nd term
    Martin O'Malley, the young mayor who urged Baltimore to believe in him and itself, easily defeated a high school principal in a Democratic primary yesterday that also gave a victory to City Council President Sheila Dixon and created some long- term lame...
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