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Whatever you're wondering about the Baltimore area, chances are it's something your neighbors would also like to know about. Ask us and we'll pick a question to investigate and turn into a story you'll love like the ones below.

This week, you’re the producer, as breaking news and transportation reporter Colin Campbell shares four stories inspired by Sun readers' curiosity.

It’s true that large tunnels were dug in Federal Hill more than a century ago. But who built them? Why? And why are Baltimoreans so fascinated by them?

As the next installment in a series inspired by readers’ questions, The Sun took a look at the city’s mounting litter problem and the forces behind it.

A look at Baltimore's strikingly named neighborhoods and their origins.

As the next installment in a series of stories inspired by readers’ questions, The Baltimore Sun took a look at lake trout, that beloved Baltimore specialty steeped in heritage and tradition.

As the first installment in a series of stories inspired by readers’ curiosity, The Baltimore Sun took a look this month at what’s in the harbor water and interviewed experts who’ve ventured the approximately 30 feet to the bottom.

Our first article in a series inspired by readers' curiosity explores just what exactly is in the Inner Harbor. But some of your questions have been answered in The Baltimore Sun’s previous reporting. Here’s a sampling of questions we’ve answered in past coverage.

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