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  • Mary Pat Clarke is a champion of city schools

    J. Michael Collins and Roz Heid's critical letters on Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke's Monday statement regarding the bottle tax demand a response ("Clarke finally doing something for schools? Not really" and "Baltimore needs more than a new tax," June 12...
  • Council discards cuts, approves mayor's budget plan

    Council discards cuts, approves mayor's budget plan
    The Baltimore City Council reversed course Thursday, rejecting millions of dollars in budget cuts it had endorsed earlier in the week, and passing Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's original $2.3 billion spending plan. The abrupt shift derailed $6...
  • Meeting set on traffic in Tuscany-Canterbury

    The Baltimore City Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting Thursday to talk about traffic and pedestrian safety in Tuscany-Canterbury. The meeting will start at 6:30 p.m., in the library of First English Lutheran Church, 3807 N. Charles...
  • 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...
  • Mayor blames motorists for high-speed camera revenue

    Mayor blames motorists for high-speed camera revenue
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake defended the city's nearly $20 million in revenue from its booming speed camera program Wednesday, placing the blame on motorists who refuse to slow down. "It's a minor inconvenience for people who routinely break the law,"...
  • Medfield Heights Elementary celebrates three years at No. 1

    Medfield Heights Elementary celebrates three years at No. 1
    The students of Medfield Heights don't have a National Blue Ribbon greeting them at the door or a name that has historically been synonymous with elementary school excellence. But this year, the North Baltimore school earned a distinguished title all...