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  • Morgan partnership aims to improve Northeast

    Morgan partnership aims to improve Northeast
    City leaders assembled on a small side street near Morgan State University in Northeast Baltimore on Friday morning — steps from the sites of three recent car thefts and at least one burglary — and pledged to transform the region with...
  • How Baltimore grows

    How Baltimore grows
    In baseball, they'll tell you that a loss is not always just a loss. Sometimes you learn things even when you don't come out ahead. While that may be easy to understand in sports, it's a little fuzzier when it comes to a city's population: If you're not...
  • Document: Police exploring whether NIH researcher's killing related to the Bloods

    Document: Police exploring whether NIH researcher's killing related to the Bloods
    Authorities have been exploring whether members of the Bloods gang are involved in the killing of an NIH researcher shot outside of his home while returning home from choir practice, recently unsealed court records show, but police said Monday that they...
  • Reject the Maryland gerrymander

    Kathleen Dumais' op-ed ("Md. congressional map is fair, legal," Oct. 29) contained several inaccuracies. I am very familiar with the redistricting process since I attended most of the public hearings conducted by the Governor's Redistricting Advisory...
  • Lucille Gorham, neighborhood activist

    Lucille Gorham, neighborhood activist
    Lucille Gorham, a longtime East Baltimore neighborhood activist whose "quick wits and good-natured tenacity" equipped her as the voice of poor residents who lived near Johns Hopkins Hospital, died of cancer Saturday at her Belair-Edison home. She was 81....
  • Saigon Remembered closed

     
    After almost 10 years on York Road, Saigon Remembered served its last meal yesterday. Michael Sragow has this post about the changes in the neighborhood around the Senator theater.Its fans were absolutely devoted to the Nguyen family, and word is......
  • Mayoral candidates say little about crime during campaign

    Mayoral candidates say little about crime during campaign
    Ella Bailey and her two grandsons hurried down a strip mall sidewalk on a recent sultry summer morning, sipping bottles of pineapple soda. The three passed by a dark swirl on the sidewalk, a bloody reminder that a delivery man was fatally shot at this...
  • Two recent Baltimore murder victims identified

    City police have identified a 24-year-old man who was fatally shot Monday night in East Baltimore. Officers were called to the 1600 block of Darley Ave. at about 11:20 p.m. for a report of a shooting and found Sean Edward Eames, who lived in the block,...
  • Mayoral candidates sound off on issues before spirited crowd

    Six candidates for Baltimore mayor sounded off on education, drug addiction, vacant homes and job creation at a Tuesday night forum sponsored by a coalition of nearly three dozen advocacy groups. Speaking before a spirited standing room crowd of about...
  • City of litterbugs

    Maryland is the first state to make environmental studies a requirement for high school graduation. The effort should start in first grade on the first day of school and continue through graduation.    Recently, while driving in northeast Baltimore, I...
  • Mayoral candidate Pugh touts strategy to fight city crime

    Rhonda Eldridge had pulled an all-nighter July 27 to pack. She, her husband, Anthony Johnson, and her four children were to leave that weekend for a four-day vacation in Ocean City. At 2 a.m. a neighbor came to get her. Just a few feet away from her home...
  • Northeast crime spike: Healing neighborhoods

    Northeast crime spike: Healing neighborhoods
    Residents of Northeast Baltimore, an area long regarded as a mostly placid, middle-class enclave of stable neighborhoods and small businesses, are understandably upset over a spike in crime that has left the district leading the city in homicides. As...