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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...
  • State redistricting could lead to additional Howard delegate

    Howard would have another delegate representing the county in the General Assembly if a state legislative redistricting plan created by the Governor's Redistricting Advisory Committee is adopted. The committee released its plan — which redraws...
  • Black lawmakers criticize O'Malley redistricting plan, saying it will leave General Assembly overly white

    Black lawmakers sharply criticized the governor's proposed General Assembly redistricting plan Thursday, saying his committee has drawn a map that will likely produce a legislature that looks whiter than the actual population of Maryland. "I consider...
  • Fate of proposed district map revision is old song, sung by new players

    Sometimes politics in Carroll County resemble Kabuki Theater. Everyone knows the plot, and the only matter of interest is the pronunciation of the expected script and the stylized movements of the actors. Such is the current play entitled "Drafting a New...
  • 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...
  • Immigrants key to reaching mayor's population goal

    Immigrants key to reaching mayor's population goal
    What comes to mind when Mexican immigrant Elsa Garcia thinks of Baltimore's drawbacks? "Basura. O las drogas," said the East Baltimore resident. "Trash. Or drugs." Then, quickly, comes her list of Baltimore's pluses: Her husband has been able to find...
  • February: Snow and more snow means less and less school

    February: Snow and more snow means less and less school
    It was four days off and counting for Harford County Public Schools students, who were enjoying Mother Nature's wrath of snow and ice at the end of January and the beginning of February. Students were off Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday because of...
  • Shift in Carroll's district lines a hot topic for 2012

    Shift in Carroll's district lines a hot topic for 2012
    There was pizza, salad, mozzarella sticks and, to the delight of state Sen. Joe Getty, a full house at his Jan. 4 "town meeting," held at J&P Pizza, in Hampstead. "At the last town meeting in Manchester, we had 25 people," Getty said to the residents who...
  • Speak out now about redistricting

    In a democracy, the voice of the people is supposed to be heard. And now, as the Democratic legislative mapmakers in Annapolis plan to slice and dice that voice, it is important that Baltimore County residents speak out. As happens every 10 years after...
  • Put out the welcome mat

    Put out the welcome mat
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's inauguration speech last year laid out an ambitious goal of growing the city's population by 10,000 families over the next decade. Where are those approximately 22,000 new residents to come from? Clearly, the mayor hopes...
  • 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...