Council votes to accept proposal for pay raises
Principal disputes prediction of trouble
City Council action moves smoking ban a step closer
City Council elects leadership
O'Malley solicits council for funds
Welch ends stint as party leader
Council approves city's budget
Parents protest school merger
Election rivals see gap in funds
Wyndham has strong council backing Debate has swirled around proposed hotel
Park offer followed plea by delegate Druid Hill proposal for ,, church site was favor, Harrison says; City plan has drawn fire; Foes of land sale want to protect 'jewel,' fear bad precedent
COUNCIL GIVES CHIEF 30 DAYS FOR PROGRESS; NOT ENOUGH SUPPORT TO DEMAND FRAZIER'S RESIGNATION; 'IT'S NOT A DEAD ISSUE'; POLITICIANS WANT RACIAL DISPARITIES ADDRESSED QUICKLY
MAYOR ORDERS AN END TO FEUD; HE TELLS POLICE CHIEF, TOP BLACK OFFICER TO RESOLVE DIFFERENCES; SOME STILL WANT CHIEF FIRED; FRAZIER, DANIEL ASKED TO DRAFT PLAN TO RESOLVE RACIAL DISCORD ON FORCE
Security firm protests hiring of rival by housing authority $2.1 million contract called 'contrary to law'
Business with ties to Welch gets contract Housing security operator includes former NOI aides
Merger of police proposed in council Plan would move 600 other agency officers into city department
City senators still lack nominee for liquor post Appointment: A third commissioner is needed for Baltimore's liquor panel.
Md. campaign committee being formed by Ehrlich Funds: Rep. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. said he plans to spread up to $125,000 to state GOP races in 1998 and dismissed speculation about plans for a gubernatorial bid.
Old Town clothiers to close their doors Two mall merchants blame crime, disrepair
City Council gives preliminary OK for downtown's private borrowing
Downtown taxes likely to increase Special district to pay more under new plan
Private tax zone wants to do more city functions Downtown district asks to add sidewalks, street lights to duties
Bell, Schmoke forge 'refreshing' relationship Longtime adversaries build on compromise
Ambulance fee may nearly quintuple City Fire Department proposes $475 per trip
City Council choosing sides Freshmen orientation: With seven new members, panel is still shaping its identity.
Council stops bills to raise city taxes Baltimore panel votes against raising rates as Schmoke proposed
Housing agency unmoved by her 200 complaints
Doing it Bell's way Council president makes friends, foes in battle with Mayor
Roused City Council puts on show worth watching
Baltimore police set up shop in high-crime area Rosemont, Walbrook get substation after series of raids
Housing director faces review by City Council Feb. 14 hearing seen as becoming contentious
Status of 2 Schmoke appointees on City Council agenda today
Black council members meet privately amid controversy Their exclusion of white colleagues has opened a rift
Harmony on council proves to be short-lived Novices get coveted posts, angering veterans
Schmoke switches, backs Welch for City Council vice president Post to be voted upon at meeting this afternoon
Council bills held hostage, some members say Vice-president hopefuls accused of seeking favors
Mitchell seeks dismissal of residency suit His lawyer faults board for not deciding case
GOP fails in bid to win seat on council Democrats safe: Though Republican Joseph Brown Jr.'s battle to break the Democratic stronghold on the City Council ended in defeat, he vows to fight again.
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Schmoke, Bell back different candidates
Pay raise proposed for mayor, council Bill must be enacted by early December or wait four years
Del. Murphy to quit before legislature convenes
City Council in last session Pushing pay raise may be swan song for departing members
Black group excludes Bell from meeting Nominee for president of City Council is only African-American left out
Schmoke easily defeats Clarke Bell wins in four-way race for City Council president City Primary Election 1995
Cunningham out in 3rd Cain losing in 1st, as membership is overhauled CITY PRIMARY ELECTION 1995 CITY COUNCIL
Early returns show challenge in 1st, legacy power in 4th, comeback in 6th CITY PRIMARY ELECTION 1995 CITY COUNCIL
Late returns show Cunningham losing in 3rd, adding to membership overhaul CITY PRIMARY ELECTION 1995 CITY COUNCIL
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