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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • City bets millions on renewal of troubled Johnston Square neighborhood

    City bets millions on renewal of troubled Johnston Square neighborhood
    The public housing unit Susan Batchelor shares with her teenage daughter on a blighted East Baltimore block has new kitchen cabinets, modern appliances and central air. After years on a waiting list, Batchelor is delighted with the renovated two-bedroom...
  • Lexington Market needs a face lift

    Lexington Market needs a face lift
    With the growing demand for locally produced food and with area farmers' markets gaining popularity, now is a perfect time to evaluate Baltimore's city-owned markets — in particular, Lexington Market, the grandfather of them all. Lexington Market...
  • Elkridge residents want redistricting to preserve their clout

    Elkridge residents don't want the once-per-decade redrawing of County Council district lines to dilute their political influence, but some wonder if the interests of the county's oldest community are tied more closely to those of Ellicott City's in...
  • Harford districts cut to 6 choices

    The Harford County Redistricting Commission narrowed the number of maps of proposed County Council districts from more than 20 to five Wednesday night but couldn't reach a consensus on a final recommendation. The three Republicans — Chris Pate,...
  • O'Malley appoints state redistricting committee

    ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O'Malley announced the make-up of his five-member Redistricting Advisory Committee on the Fourth of July holiday. The announcement of the committee first appeared on the governor's website July 5 and also noted the first...
  • Public hearing on redistricting in Anne Arundel County

    The Anne Arundel County Charter Revision Commission will hold a second public hearing on redistricting Monday, July 25 at 7 p.m. in the County Council chambers at the Arundel Center, Calvert and Northwest streets, inAnnapolis. The commission is...
  • Same-sex divorce case heads to top Maryland court

    Same-sex divorce case heads to top Maryland court
    Jessica Port and Virginia Anne Cowan had settled on San Francisco as the place to turn their two-year engagement into a marriage, taking advantage of an opportunity in 2008 for same-sex couples to wed there. They flew from their home in the District of...
  • 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...
  • Warming: Storm damage ahead

    Warming: Storm damage ahead
    Hurricane season may still be months away, but the threat of flooding is already on the rise in Maryland, as documented by the latest reports on climate change released this week. Rising sea levels have raised the risk of coastal flooding, particularly...
  • 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...