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  • Councilwoman and constituents at odds over Waverly library renovations

    A year ago, residents and their city councilwoman were in agreement that the city needed to go "back to the drawing board" on plans to renovate the Waverly Library. But now, as the city prepares to break ground on the $3 million project later this year,...
  • Flurry of speed camera bills expected in Assembly session

    Flurry of speed camera bills expected in Assembly session
    Legislators who learned this week that Baltimore will replace its troubled network of 83 speed cameras say the planned upgrade will do nothing to slow momentum in Annapolis toward tightening rules that govern the automated cameras across Maryland....
  • City to pay new speed camera vendor $11.20 per $40 ticket

    City to pay new speed camera vendor $11.20 per $40 ticket
    Baltimore plans to pay its new speed camera contractor $11.20 per $40 citation — continuing its use of a so-called bounty system that Gov. Martin O'Malley and key state legislators say is illegal under Maryland law. "Talking to our attorneys here,...
  • Former Northern District deputy major introduced as Northeastern District commander

    In recent years, as Northern District police commanders came and went and as community leaders and residents complained about a revolving door in the district's leadership, there was one constant: Deputy Major Richard Worley. As Northern's second-in-...
  • Redeveloper prepares for next Rotunda hearing

    Redeveloper prepares for next Rotunda hearing
    It could still be several months before Rotunda redeveloper Hekemian & Co. announces who the grocer for the mall will be, Hekemian officials said as they prepared to go back before a Baltimore City board to answer questions about the project. Hekemian...
  • Public hearing set on liquor store rezoning proposal

    Public hearing set on liquor store rezoning proposal
    A public hearing is scheduled for Jan. 10 on a Baltimore City Health Department proposal that would kick some upscale wine and liquor stores out of residential neighborhoods, including in north Baltimore. "I'm going to be there on Thursday," said Anthony...
  • Baltimore to vote on deal to boost local hiring at Caesars casino

    Baltimore to vote on deal to boost local hiring at Caesars casino
    City officials are expected to sign off Wednesday on a deal that promises to help residents seeking the 1,700 jobs planned for Horseshoe Casino Baltimore — addressing one of the main arguments made by gambling supporters in the debate over expanding...
  • Rotunda redeveloper close to announcing new supermarket

    Rotunda redeveloper close to announcing new supermarket
    Rotunda mall redeveloper Hekemian & Co. is expected to announce a successor to the former Giant supermarket in the next few weeks, possibly by the end of the year, said Al Barry, a local land-use consultant to Hekemian. Other tenants, including...
  • Morgan board reverses decision, extends Wilson's contract

    Morgan board reverses decision, extends Wilson's contract
    Morgan State University's Board of Regents voted to extend the contract of the university's president for an additional year during a lengthy meeting Friday — reversing a contentious decision to seek a new president at the close of the academic...
  • Baltimore activists urge formation of local African-American civil rights commission

    Concerned that Baltimore is in danger of losing valuable aspects of its African-American heritage, civil rights activists and preservationists gathered at City Hall Tuesday to urge the formation of a Baltimore City African-American Civil Rights Historic...
  • Residents oppose town house development on historic site in Hampden

    Residents oppose town house development on historic site in Hampden
    A developer's plan to turn a historic house into townhouses and apartments is sparking consternation among residents, who say their streets are already overly dense and congested. General contractor John Brooks wants to convert the old Crittenton Home...
  • Some push for Edwards to be permanent schools CEO

    Some push for Edwards to be permanent schools CEO
    Education observers were split Tuesday on whether the city's school board should launch a nationwide search to replace schools CEO Andrés Alonso or give the job of taking on the district's daunting challenges to his hand-picked successor. Some, such as...