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  • Vegetarian activists sue city officers, allege free speech violation

    Vegetarian activists sue city officers, allege free speech violation
    Vegetarian activists have sued in federal court two Baltimore police officers who forced them to stop leafleting at the Inner Harbor — the latest legal front after years of disputes over the constitutional rights of protesters in the city. A former...
  • Aberdeen resident still wants his chickens back

    An Aberdeen resident who was banned from keeping chickens in his backyard two years ago is continuing his drive to get city officials to overturn a law against owning and raising poultry in the city. "I'm quite offended, personally, that I'm asked to...
  • Aberdeen lives within its means [Editorial]

    The Aberdeen city government, with no fanfare or bluster, plans on spending less in the year ahead than it did during this fiscal year. It's a bit of administrative management worthy of note for at least two reasons. First, and of least importance, is...
  • Ocean City preps for 'College Takeover,' influx of students

    Ocean City preps for 'College Takeover,' influx of students
    What organizers are billing as "College Takeover Beach Week" in Ocean City is causing some concern in the community, but town officials said they are prepped, positive and planning for a safe summer. College beach week is an "unsanctioned event," said...
  • Residents of 26th Street to return this week

    Residents of 26th Street to return this week
    Residents who have been out of their homes since their Charles Village street collapsed in April will be allowed to return this week, city officials said Sunday. Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. will contact residents today to schedule appointments to...
  • Edgewood High Class of 2014 part of larger 'legacy'

    Edgewood High Class of 2014 part of larger 'legacy'
    The 285 members of Edgewood High School's Class of 2014 were reminded Thursday evening that they are part of a rich legacy, and that they have made their own significant contributions to that legacy. "It is Edgewood High School's rich history, and the...
  • Ocean City braces as thousands of young people descend on beach town

    Ocean City braces as thousands of young people descend on beach town
    As Ocean City braces for Senior Week, the annual migration of graduating high school students to the beaches, thousands more young partyers are expected to join them. A loosely organized College Takeover Beach Week also starts this weekend, an event that...
  • City-owned Hilton lost $2.9 million in 2013, audit says

    City-owned Hilton lost $2.9 million in 2013, audit says
    The city-owned Hilton Baltimore convention center hotel lost $2.9 million last year — the best performance in the taxpayer-financed project's history. City officials pointed to the hotel's performance as a sign of progress Wednesday, noting...
  • City chides developer for listing campaign contributions as project cost

    City chides developer for listing campaign contributions as project cost
    Baltimore officials approved a $3.4 million deal Wednesday to sell a Fells Point pier for development of a luxury hotel after chiding a developer for trying to include campaign contributions to local politicians as part of the project's costs....
  • City has paid nearly $100,000 for hotels, other needs of displaced Charles Village residents

    City has paid nearly $100,000 for hotels, other needs of displaced Charles Village residents
    City officials promised to cover the financial costs to the Charles Village residents displaced by the collapse of East 26th Street, and that tab now sits just shy of $100,000, city officials said Thursday. It will continue to grow, as well, even...
  • City set to clear homeless encampments along Fallsway, under I-83

    City set to clear homeless encampments along Fallsway, under I-83
    Standing outside his tent pitched on the sidewalk by a defunct downtown diner, Jimmy Stewart III wondered aloud where he'll sleep after city officials force him to leave Friday morning. The city is set to remove Stewart, 54, and a couple dozen other...
  • Walking a mile 'in her shoes' through downtown Bel Air

    Walking a mile 'in her shoes' through downtown Bel Air
    For the men walking down Main Street through downtown Bel Air in high-heeled shoes Saturday morning, raising money to help victims of domestic and sexual abuse was worth every pinched toe, heel snagged in a sidewalk crack and catcall from spectators along...