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A crowd of protesters took to the streets in East Baltimore to proclaim that Black Lives Matter and to show their solidarity with the Asian American community on Saturday, the second demonstration against police brutality and in support of social justice issues to be held in the city in as many days.
Nearly 100 students and faculty members from Bryn Mawr School, Roland Park Country School and Gilman School took to the streets Friday morning to protest the treatment of a former teacher.
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Strong City Baltimore - a non-profit which has been dogged by problems with its management of grassroots organizations’ funding - said Friday it will keep its acting CEO, announced new leadership for its board of directors and said it has teamed with an outside accounting firm.
An old Crown Cork & Seal industrial building in Baltimore's Greenmount West neighborhood has been transformed into the soon-to-open Guilford Hall Brewery.
Baltimore Police arrested and charged another man in the brazen, west-side gun battle last February, this person alleged to have fired the reckless shot that hit the 10-year-old girl down the block.
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Andrew Saul, one of the few remaining holdovers from the Trump administration, said through a spokesman that he intends to lead the Baltimore County-based Social Security Administration until his term ends in 2025.
Prince Philip, who died April 9 at the age of 99, is laid to rest in the Royal Vault at Windsor Castle after a funeral service steeped in military and royal tradition
Police said the gunman apparently began firing randomly at people in the parking lot, killing four, before entering the building, fatally shooting four more people and then turning the gun on himself.
During the peak of cicada season there will be insects on the ground and in the trees and some will fall into the water. “It’s like a protein bar” for fish, said Eric Hussar, a commissioner with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission.
Environmental groups are asking that Valley Proteins, a Dorchester County plant that boils down chicken feathers, bones and fats to be used in animal feed and biofuels, be required to address pollution problems, and possibly pay a fine of more than $500 million for not complying with the law.
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