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  • 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...
  • Trees scalped, set to come down on Charles Street

    Trees scalped, set to come down on Charles Street
    The downtown tree removal for the Grand Prix was nothing, compared with what the city is doing now along Charles Street by the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus. Yet only a few voices have been raised in protest. Dozens of trees have been shorn of...
  • Baltimore City Council holds hearing on BGE response to derecho storm

    Baltimore City Council holds hearing on BGE response to derecho storm
    Sister Ellen Carr, who lives in the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi convent in Waverly, remembers all too well the derecho storm that pummeled the Baltimore region during a heat wave June 29. With no electricity, "believe me, it was hot in the building,...
  • Bare trees to be cut down for Charles Street reconstruction

    Bare trees to be cut down for Charles Street reconstruction
    Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke is angry that the city has stripped full-grown trees of their branches in the median along the 3500 block of North Charles Street. The city plans to cut down the trees and plant saplings as part of the recently...
  • GED test takers face obstacles

    GED test takers face obstacles
    Hundreds of Baltimore students and residents have had their high school completions hanging in limbo since the state transferred the General Education Development responsibilities to a new department, according to city and adult education officials. As a...
  • Task force to study city's speed, red light cameras

    As Baltimore's speed cameras rack up millions of dollars in fines, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is convening a task force to study the devices and the city's red light cameras. "Over the past decade, there have been more traffic and pedestrian...
  • City officials outraged by emails in phone controversy

    Baltimore elected officials said Friday they were outraged by an inspector general's report that found the Mayor's Office of Information Technology and a former deputy mayor withheld information from and misled city officials about a controversial project...
  • How did The Sun miss the city's National Night Out?

    Once again, The Sun missed the boat on its neighborhood coverage. August 7 was National Night Out all over the country, and, as they have done for many years, the NorthEast Citizens Patrol and other community groups took to the streets in their vehicles...
  • Some big businesses owe millions in city water bills

    In Sparrows Point, bankrupt RG Steel's delinquent city water bills have risen from about $3.5 million in 2009 to nearly $7 million today, according to city records. Chemical giant W.R.Grace & Co. owes almost $500,000 — even after recently...
  • Permit parking, garage spaces sought on streets near Rotunda mall

    Permit parking, garage spaces sought on streets near Rotunda mall
    Residents of row houses along Elm Avenue and 38th Street will have the mixed blessing of living near a redeveloped Rotunda with apartments and garages as close as across the street. It's not so much Hekemian & Co.'s redevelopment plan that bothers...
  • City councilwoman presses BGE for 'preventive medicine' before storm emergencies

    City councilwoman presses BGE for 'preventive medicine' before storm emergencies
    A city councilwoman is calling on Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. to appear before the council to explain its slow response to June's derecho storm and to address underlying grid and tree canopy problems that contributed to widespread power outages....
  • Graul's grocery chain wants to open store in Rotunda

    Graul's grocery chain wants to open store in Rotunda
    The Baltimore-area Graul's grocery chain is one of three vying to open a boutique market in the Rotunda mall. "We've been looking into it since the early part of the year," said Dennis Graul, president of Graul's Markets Inc., which owns the Graul's...