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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • 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...
  • Gender-based wage gaps persist in state and nation

    Gender-based wage gaps persist in state and nation
    Women make considerably less money than men in Maryland: 83 cents to the dollar, according to a study released last week. Windsor Mill resident Alison Assanah-Carroll was not surprised by the finding from the National Partnership for Women & Families,...
  • Prisoner tally set to boost city data

    For more than two decades, Rico Marzano called prison cells in Jessup and Cumberland his home. But this year, the convicted murderer serving four consecutive life sentences will be recorded as a Baltimore resident, even though he won't step foot in his...
  • Dunning logs a double homicide

    Twelve people were killed in homicides in Chicago in the last week, including two female victims found stabbed to death Sunday in Dunning, a Northwest Side community, a RedEye analysis of preliminary police data found. On Sunday, a 7-year-old girl and...
  • Englewood sees 2 homicides last week

    Of the 15 homicides logged in Chicago in the last two weeks, two killings occurred in Englewood, a RedEye analysis of preliminary police data found. On Friday, a 21-year-old man was stabbed to death in the 7300 block of South Halsted Street, according to...
  • Annapolis runners invited to 'tame the gerrymander'

    Annapolis runners invited to 'tame the gerrymander'
    Adventure athletes have raced across Arctic ice and Sahara sands. Now runners aim to conquer another extreme: Maryland's 3rd Congressional District. It ranks among the most gerrymandered districts in America, according to Common Cause Maryland....
  • Nationalists push for Irish unity vote after 'inspiring' Scottish referendum

    DUBLIN (Reuters) - Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams said Scotland's "inspiring" referendum on independence would accelerate a vote to unite Ireland, a prospect quickly dismissed by Unionists who share power in Northern Ireland. Scotland spurned...
  • New redistricting hurts Latino voters: My Word

    New redistricting hurts Latino voters: My Word
    Last week was indeed a sad episode for the citizens of Florida. My colleagues in the Legislature and I were in Tallahassee for a special session to redraw two Central Florida congressional districts that Circuit Court Judge Terry P. Lewis ruled were...
  • Where the old boys are: Life expectancy rising for senior men

    Where the old boys are: Life expectancy rising for senior men
    Forget the baby boom. A man boom is coming, and it will make the senior scene of tomorrow vastly different from the one today. Instead of a sea of women in senior communities, nursing homes and adult day-care centers, Census projections predict the...
  • Rocky Hill Seeks Advice For Plan Of Development

    ROCKY HILL — Nearly 20,000 people call Rocky Hill home. More than 13,000 people work here. Countless thousands of others have ties to the community. Because its future affects so many, officials working on revising the town's plan of conservation...
  • South Lawndale sees 2 homicides in 2 days

    Two of the eight reported homicides in Chicago in the last week happened in South Lawndale on the West Side, a RedEye analysis of preliminary police data found. On Monday, a 22-year-old man was shot in the 4300 block of West 25th Place in South Lawndale...
  • Rural hospitals pressured to close as healthcare system changes

    SAN FRANCISCO Sep 3 (Reuters) - In January, Linden Texas native Richard Bowden suffered a mild stroke. Within minutes, medics had taken the 68-year-old to the local hospital emergency room, less than a block from his house. "They checked me out real...