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  • Short walk, lots of protection [Letter]

    Short walk, lots of protection [Letter]
    I'm not a morning person, so when I read about Baltimore's mayor and police commissioner walking from Howard Street to the Inner Harbor to show how safe it is, I actually laughed out loud ("Rawlings-Blake, Batts stroll to show safe harbor," June 4)....
  • Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail opens for business

    Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail opens for business
    Two years ago, Baltimore rolled out the red carpet, and then some, for the War of 1812 bicentennial celebration, welcoming tens of thousands of visitors to commemorate what some have called the second war for American independence. This year, they'll be...
  • Hopkins Hospital workers give notice to strike

    Hopkins Hospital workers give notice to strike
    The labor union representing service workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital has given the medical institution notice that employees are prepared to strike next week if negotiations over wages remain deadlocked. The notice issued by the 1199 SEIU United...
  • Heat index hits 100 but record missed, with cooling, storms ahead

    Heat index hits 100 but record missed, with cooling, storms ahead
    The season's first brief heat wave peaked at 96 degrees in Baltimore on Wednesday, missing one record but threatening another, and temperatures are expected to wane Thursday into the weekend. Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport,...
  • Three light rail stations to close for three weeks for emergency erosion repair

    Three light rail stations to close for three weeks for emergency erosion repair
    Three light rail stations in North Baltimore — Mount Washington, Cold Spring and Woodberry — will be closed for three weeks of emergency repairs starting Friday as crews work to shore up significant track-side soil erosion, the Maryland...
  • First Amendment is sacrosanct [Letter]

    First Amendment is sacrosanct [Letter]
    As a peace activist who believes strongly in the First Amendment and as a proponent of animal rights, I really enjoyed reading Bruce Friedrich's commentary, "Everybody suffers when officers act like they're above the law" (May 29). Of particular...
  • Heat index could hit 100 by mid-week

    Heat index could hit 100 by mid-week
    The hottest stretch of the young summer (or late spring, technically) is expected to bring the heat index to near 100 degrees by Wednesday, with temperatures in the 90s and high humidity. Monday was the second day to hit 90 degrees this year, and it...
  • Mayor's stroll should not require armed escort [Letter]

    Mayor's stroll should not require armed escort [Letter]
    As a resident of the Inner Harbor, I don't think a message of "safe streets" was reflected in Wednesday's photo-op ("Mayor strolls to show safe streets," June 5). If downtown Baltimore and the Inner Harbor are so "safe," why did Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-...
  • Mayor walks on the absurd side of the street [Letter]

    Mayor walks on the absurd side of the street [Letter]
    I really do try to think the best of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake — as, for instance, when I voted for her in the 2012 election. Her periodic walks through Baltimore's streets ("Mayor strolls to show safe streets," June 5) make that so difficult....
  • Man jumped in Patterson Park by teenagers who were filming attack

    Man jumped in Patterson Park by teenagers who were filming attack
    A man was assaulted on Thursday night in Patterson Park by a group of teenagers, one of whom was filming the attack, according to a police report. The victim, who is only identified as a 25-year-old teacher in the police report, was walking in the...
  • Rawlings-Blake, Batts stroll to show safe harbor

    Rawlings-Blake, Batts stroll to show safe harbor
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts walked from Howard Street to the Inner Harbor on Wednesday night to promote safety in the city's downtown area. Escorted by several police cars, the group meandered from The...
  • Riders begin cross-country ride to raise money for those living with cancer

    Riders begin cross-country ride to raise money for those living with cancer
    More than 100 riders left the Inner Harbor for a cross-country bike ride to the West Coast to raise money to support young people affected by cancer. The riders are part of 4K for Cancer, a program of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults. The ride...