2 on City Council say police data point to quotas
Council approves city's budget
Car-sharing program gains speed, fuels interest of City Council
THE WEEK AHEAD
Planning and paying
THE WEEK THAT WAS
City acts to rebuke Utech
City rules skirted for Dixon ally
Council members assail BGE billing
Utech president defends company
Funds for state's attorney get OK
Dixon probe begins
Calling Miss Manners
Apology follows council set-to
Firm tied to Dixon loses city approval
Mayor charges smear tactics
Hamm OK with audit
Contract presents questions for Dixon
Ethics board to investigate Dixon actions
Dixon voted on contracts with sister's employer
Election rivals see gap in funds
Advocate 'was always on a mission'; for poor
Bea Gaddy, who climbed from poverty to advocate for Baltimore's needy and late in life won a City Council seat, died yesterday from complications of breast
Lawrence Bell's missed moment Politics: Wyndham Hotel vote maneuvers show City Council president's vulnerability.
Council vote gives boost to hotel plan Urban renewal law likely to be changed in Wyndham's favor
A new ballgame? Hotel saga: Council president wants limited public subsidies and bigger private stake.
City Council holds heated hearing on hotel Inner Harbor East site has advocates, detractors
Angelos, then and now, a character
Hotel foes out in force They criticize effort to use public money, change master plan
Dear Peter: Take a break, give your manager one
Council belatedly marks 200th year
City Council without Landers Bell's loss: Departure of top aide for private-sector job could have profound impact.
Medical waste revisited City Council: Having made decision for wrong reasons, some want to backslide.
City Council on the tube Cable access: Panel proceedings almost fell victim to budget cuts and revenge.
'Technical difficulties' keep meeting of City Council off cable channel
City Council may depart cable TV Henson quadruples fee for televising Baltimore hearings; Bell calls move 'outrageous'; Panel president says housing chief, mayor seek political control
Orlinsky is eager to gear up Part-timer: Odd jobs are no shame, says the 11-year City Council president. But he's irked when his resumes, and abilities, are ignored.
City reports surplus of $1.9 million money will be used for emergencies
A smaller City Council City spending: Members can show mayor they are serious about budget cuts, efficiency.
Schmoke signs amended police, fire pension bill City Council's maneuver on measure is questioned
City Council meets twice, passes bill on pensions Solicitor to check legality of moves
Schmoke and Bell clash on budget cuts Mayor, council president point fingers over cuts in police, fire departments
It's Schmoke's move City budget: Dispute between mayor and council must be resolved for citizens' benefit.
Council rejects Block licensing proposal Doormen, dancers would have been affected
Learning to live within our means Baltimore budget: City Council does right thing in rejecting piggyback tax increase.
Piggyback tax increase is defeated Council maneuver stalls mayor's plan, opts for other cuts; 'We'd go back to the table'; Final budget debate will take place at meeting Thursday