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  • Some skeptical of city's plan to sell parking garages

    Some skeptical of city's plan to sell parking garages
    Several Baltimore City Council members expressed skepticism Monday about a plan to sell some downtown parking garages, while others began lobbying the Rawlings-Blake administration to claim funds from the sale for recreation centers in their districts.
  • Police shoot and kill auto theft suspect in White Marsh after chase

    Police shoot and kill auto theft suspect in White Marsh after chase
    Baltimore County police chased a stolen car to a suburban cul-de-sac in White Marsh early Tuesday and shot a suspect to death in the woods nearby, police said. The chaos roused neighbors in the development nestled between Interstate 95 and Philadelphia...

    As Baltimore crime declines, officials seek to change perception

    As Baltimore crime declines, officials seek to change perception
    By any measure, statistics show crime has been dropping in Baltimore. Yet many residents, like Vincent McCoy, say they don't feel it. "I wouldn't put money on it," cracked McCoy as he stood outside of the Belair Road church where he is a deacon. "I've...

    Huge plastic trash cans distributed under Baltimore pilot

    Huge plastic trash cans distributed under Baltimore pilot
    Residents of Belair-Edison in Northeast Baltimore and the greater Mondawmin area on the west side made the first use of new huge plastic trash cans on wheels last weekend as part of Baltimore’s new pilot program to fight litter and rats. The city...

    Keeping the march against Baltimore homicides going

    Keeping the march against Baltimore homicides going
    We are coming up on the first anniversary of Baltimore's 300 Men March, when far more than that number of men — perhaps double that number — walked the length of North Avenue and back on a Friday night to protest last summer's spike in...