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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Laurel City Council amends election laws

    The Laurel City Council approved multiple changes to the city's elections laws at their meeting Monday, July 23. The changes will shift the boundaries of the city's two voting wards, alter the way votes are tallied and released and increases the number of...
  • Md. congressional map is fair, legal

    Md. congressional map is fair, legal
    Several recent editorials and commentaries criticize the new congressional districts. The opposition primarily focuses on the odd shapes of districts, without considering any of the other variables that come into play when drawing district lines. Simply...
  • Marylanders finding ways to cope at the pump

    ANNAPOLIS—Sitting in your electric car, sipping organic tea from a biodegradable cup, you pull up to your bank's drive-through window quite proud of your environmental awareness and saved dollars. Then you see the silver Litespeed brand bicycle...
  • Columbia Association president says it must evolve

    Columbia Association president says it must evolve
    As Columbia's infrastructure deteriorates and the community's population demographics change, the Columbia Association board will have to move away from the time-tested practices of the past in favor of a more innovative business model. That's what CA...
  • General Assembly redistricting challenges argued at top court

    General Assembly redistricting challenges argued at top court
    Lawyers for the state defended Maryland's new General Assembly districts Wednesday, telling Maryland's highest judges that while the map may not please everyone, it's legal and proper. "Somebody can always draw a better map. That's not the issue,"...
  • It doesn't have name, but more move into downtown area

    It doesn't have name, but more move into downtown area
    I noticed a moving truck outside the old St. Alphonsus parochial school in the west side of downtown Baltimore on Saratoga Street. Someone was moving into an apartment in this Victorian building, once home to a school that made a a valiant attempt to...
  • City seeks input on redrawing boundaries of Laurel's wards

    Members of the city's Census and Ward Boundary Review Committee will hold a public meeting to gather input on proposed adjustments to the boundaries of Laurel's two voting districts on Wednesday, June 20 at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers at the Laurel...
  • Two options proposed for Laurel ward boundary changes

    Two options proposed for Laurel ward boundary changes
    Construction of new residential units in the southern part of the city of Laurel over the past decade has led to increased population in election Ward 2 and the need to shift some of that population to Ward 1. Every decade, following the release of U.S....
  • Baltimore should embrace its inner-nerd

    Baltimore is brainy. And that's a good thing — nerds come out ahead. A study released recently by the Brookings Institution ranks metro areas by number of college graduates, and the Baltimore-Towson area comes in 14th, with 35 percent of adults...
  • High court affirms Maryland's redistricting map

    The U.S. Supreme Court affirmed Monday a lower court's ruling upholding Maryland's new congressional redistricting plan, which counts inmates as living at their last-known addresses instead of in their prison cells. But it may not be the last word on...
  • Census Bureau: Baltimore's population continues to shrink

    Baltimore lost about 1,500 people from April 2010 to July 2011, according to estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau. Baltimore's population now hovers around 619,500, according to the estimates — which showed that the populations...
  • Baltimore's population up, following decades of loss

    Baltimore's population up, following decades of loss
    Baltimore, coming off six decades of population decline, grew by 1,100 residents in 12 months, according to government estimates released Thursday. "It's such amazing news. … It's huge psychologically," said Seema D. Iyer, a former research chief...