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Cherry Hill (Baltimore, Maryland)

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  • At violent summer's end, weary city grapples with the toll

    At violent summer's end, weary city grapples with the toll
    Fourteen-year-old Troy Neal grew up in Baltimore. It’s where his friends are, where he scraped his knees learning to skateboard in Carroll Park, and where he had planned to attend Mount St. Joseph’s High School this fall. It’s also...
  • W. Baltimore Safe Streets work suspended amid criminal allegations

    W. Baltimore Safe Streets work suspended amid criminal allegations
    The Baltimore Health Department suspended its Safe Streets anti-violence program in West Baltimore after a second outreach worker was arrested in less than two weeks. The heralded program, modeled after those in other cities and run by community...
  • 3 men injured in shootings, stabbing in Baltimore Monday night

    3 men injured in shootings, stabbing in Baltimore Monday night
    Four men were injured in three separate shootings and a severe stabbing in Baltimore City Monday night, according to police. Shortly before 11:30 p.m., homicide detectives were called to a scene near Mount and Mosher streets in the Sandtown-Winchester...
  • Marches and more police won't stop Baltimore's violence

    Marches and more police won't stop Baltimore's violence
    Violence in Baltimore is not unique or even out of the ordinary — it is to be expected. For those of us who grew up in neighborhoods that were more like war zones and in communities that were more like deserts, the truth underlying the violence...
  • New Clifton Park rec center to open

    New Clifton Park rec center to open
    The first of four new Baltimore recreation centers will open Monday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the converted pavilion in Clifton Park. The Rita R. Church Community Center, named for the late councilwoman, features a computer room, large...
  • Woman charged in baby murder cover-up attempt

    Woman charged in baby murder cover-up attempt
    Baltimore police accused a woman of covering for her boyfriend, a suspect in the murder of a one-year-old boy in Cherry Hill, by trying to file a false theft report for the getaway car used in the killing, according to charging documents obtained...
  • Ann Miller, Md. Food Bank founder

    Ann Miller, Md. Food Bank founder
    Ann Miller, who was a nurse with the Army Nurse Corps during World War II and later founded the Maryland Food Bank, died Wednesday of respiratory failure at Vantage House in Columbia. She was 97. "Many people may not know that the Maryland Food Bank was...
  • Residents, police join for National Night Out

    Residents, police join for National Night Out
    As James Moore watched his 4-year-old granddaughter Corey Hula-Hoop in the parking lot where a 1-year-old boy was shot to death in May, he wondered why more evenings weren't more like this one. The threat of rain held off long enough Tuesday evening...
  • Extended unemployment benefits expire for more than 25,000 Marylanders

    Extended unemployment benefits expire for more than 25,000 Marylanders
    Emergency unemployment benefits will expire Saturday for more than 25,000 out-of-work Marylanders, with thousands more projected to run out in the first half of next year unless Congress decides to reverse course and approve an extension. Wenetha Leslie,...
  • Man falls to death at former Seagram's plant in Dundalk

    Man falls to death at former Seagram's plant in Dundalk
    A 24-year-old man fell to his death at the former Seagram's plant in Dundalk this week, becoming the second person to die in an accident at the vacant facility since 2012. Baltimore County police say Tony King Jr. appeared to have fallen 14 feet from...
  • Ethel G. Coleman, educator

    Ethel G. Coleman, educator
    Ethel G. Coleman, a retired city public school teacher, died Jan. 14 of heart failure at the Hillcrest Convalescence Center in Durham, N.C. The former Ashburton resident was 98. The daughter of William Henry Gillis, a farmer, and Barbara Goins Gillis,...
  • Two arrested in Cherry Hill home invasion; shot fired under investigation

    Baltimore Police arrested two men who they say were fleeing the scene of a Cherry Hill home invasion, and an internal investigation is underway regarding whether an officer fired his weapon. Police confirmed that a home invasion occurred on Round Road...