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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Justice Dept. probes Balto. Co. minority hiring for police, fire

    The U.S. Justice Departmenthas opened an investigation of possible racial discrimination in hiring at the Baltimore County police and fire departments, according to correspondence between the agency and the county. The Justice Department's Civil Rights...
  • Is Howard County too expensive for young families?

    College Park — Howard County has about 8,000 fewer young adults than 10 years ago, according to the U.S. Census. And some officials believe the county's high living costs may be the reason. The Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning used...
  • Delegation to hear committee's split decision on commissioner districts

    Delegation to hear committee's split decision on commissioner districts
    The culmination of the Carroll County Redistricting Committee's three months of deliberation and public input will be presented to the county's delegation to Annapolis on Dec. 13 as part of legislators' annual review of pending issues for the upcoming...
  • Delegation hears legislative wish list for 2012 Annapolis session

    Carroll County's Delegation to Annapolis was presented this week with a pre-holiday wish list of proposed legislation — some old, some new — to introduce during the 2012 General Assembly. At a hearing on Dec. 13 at the County Office Building...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • New device ensures good medical care gets found in translation

    New device ensures good medical care gets found in translation
    The newest advance at Howard County General Hospital is neither a large and expensive medical device nor an improvement in surgical procedures, but rather a computer screen — and a service — that allows medical providers and patients to...
  • Baltimore population decline calculation is subject to debate

    Baltimore population decline calculation is subject to debate
    Few people, from politicians to commenters on Facebook, expressed surprise when The Baltimore Sun reported Thursday that the city’s population has continued on a downward trajectory. Some did wonder, though, whether the minuscule number of people...
  • Sun sends a harmful message to women

    Great numbers of girls and women suffer from the impacts of a negative body image, including, for example, health concerns such as eating disorders. The National Institute of Mental Health, referring to the results of the National Comorbidity Study...
  • 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!"...
  • 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...
  • St. Michaels residents build friendship, start a running festival

    St. Michaels residents build friendship, start a running festival
    It is a story about faith, friendship — and perhaps a little fantasy. It is about three people whose ages span 30 years, but whose careers and experiences led them to find this historic town on Maryland's Eastern Shore as the perfect spot to start...