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  • Seeking compensation for a wrongful conviction and an 'altogether tragic life'

    Seeking compensation for a wrongful conviction and an 'altogether tragic life'

    I look into his face and see everything James Williams tells me, everything his young lawyers describe, everything in the psychiatric evaluations and police reports. I see confirmation of a hard life that started with physical and mental cruelty, moved quickly into drinking and drugs, followed...

  • All said and just about done, Cross Street Market prepares to reopen

    All said and just about done, Cross Street Market prepares to reopen

    Sometimes — check that, many times — I think we do not know what we want, and I mean diehard Baltimoreans, the ones who actually live in the city and plan to stay here until they die or polar bears show up on icebergs in the Inner Harbor, whichever comes first. Consider comments received here about...

  • Reverse Baltimore’s population slide: Kick the west side into gear

    Reverse Baltimore’s population slide: Kick the west side into gear

    One of the most important dates on the Baltimore calendar for 2019 will be July 9. That is when proposals for what used to be known as The Superblock are due at the city’s economic development agency. The plans presented on or before noon of that Tuesday could represent a significant step toward...

  • Wrongly convicted still waiting for compensation for lost years

    Wrongly convicted still waiting for compensation for lost years

    Considering the thousands upon thousands of criminal cases that have been investigated by police throughout Maryland over the last 30 years, and considering the number of criminal defendants who have been prosecuted by assistant state’s attorneys, convicted by juries and sentenced by judges during...

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  • Hyattsville Shoppers plans to close in June

    Hyattsville Shoppers plans to close in June

    Shoppers Food and Pharmacy will shut down its Hyattsville store as its parent company is discussing the sale of its grocery chain. Spokesman Michael Wilken wrote in an email that the Chillum Road location will begin liquidating its inventory on May 28 “with an expected completion date of Monday,...

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital sues patients, many low income, for medical debt

    Johns Hopkins Hospital sues patients, many low income, for medical debt

    Johns Hopkins Hospital has filed more than 2,400 lawsuits in Maryland courts since 2009 against patients with unpaid bills, including a large number of residents from distressed neighborhoods surrounding the East Baltimore medical campus. The number of cases has been increasing, from 20 in 2009...

  • Baltimore officials announce manual workaround for property sales during ransomware recovery

    Baltimore officials announce manual workaround for property sales during ransomware recovery

    A plan backed by the real estate industry to get Baltimore’s property market moving again in the midst of a crippling ransomware attack will start Monday, the mayor’s office said. The ransomware, which shut down many city computer systems last week, has made it impossible for buyers to obtain certificates...

  • Maryland adds modest 1,200 jobs in April; unemployment stays flat

    Maryland adds modest 1,200 jobs in April; unemployment stays flat

    Maryland employers added 1,200 jobs in April, while unemployment remained unchanged at 3.8 percent, the U.S. Labor Department reported Friday. The state’s modest gain in jobs marked the third month this year with increases. The state has 19,300 more jobs than in April 2018, the preliminary figures...

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