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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • 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...
  • Neighborhood Institute's focus: Growing Baltimore through housing and arts

    Growing Baltimore's population will take much more than lowering property taxes, said organizers and participants at the Greater Homewood Community Corp.'s fifth annual Neighborhood Institute. "We need to turn renters into homeowners. And buy art!"...
  • 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...
  • Slow and steady as early voting gets under way in Towson

    Slow and steady as early voting gets under way in Towson
    Voter turnout, like the rain, was a pretty steady trickle on Saturday, as people made their way to the Towson University Administration Building for the first day of early voting in Maryland's 2012 primary election. "There's no throng, but it's been...
  • Redistricting Baltimore

    Redistricting Baltimore
    We all knew this was coming. The 2010 Census revealed that Baltimore continued to lose population over the past 10 years — albeit at a slower pace than in previous decades — and with Maryland's decennial redistricting process under way, it...
  • Afternoon Awwwww: Baby gorilla

    Afternoon Awwwww: Baby gorilla
    Kabatwa, a silverback mountain gorilla, carries her twins in the Virunga Mountains, just outside Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda. The babies were born in February. According to a 2010 census, the total number of mountain gorillas has increased by a...
  • Council members, mayor sworn in at Laurel City Council meeting

    Council members, mayor sworn in at Laurel City Council meeting
    Laurel Mayor Craig Moe was sworn into a third term, and newly elected and re-elected City Council members officially took office during the Monday, Nov. 28, City Council meeting. After a formal swearing-in ceremony, presided over by Laurel resident...
  • Delegation to host meeting on 2012 legislative proposals

    WESTMINSTER —Carroll County's Delegation in the General Assembly will hold its annual public hearing on proposed county legislation on Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 7 p.m. at the Carroll County Office Building, room 003, 225 N. Center St, Westminster State...
  • As he learns ropes, councilman wins respect

    As he learns ropes, councilman wins respect
    David Marks' steady routine involves beginning of his day at his downtown Towson council office before heading home to Perry Hall at 2:30 p.m. to get his children off the bus. Then, after enjoying dinner with his family, it's often back to Towson for...