Official gets parking boot for 9 unpaid city tickets Councilwoman says she has right to free parking
Henson couldn't do the job Real estate chief: Resignation means comptroller can hire someone who will help city.
Henson hands in resignation Real estate officer was told to quit by Comptroller Pratt; Move effective today; Blames departure on 'media frenzy,' hostility of City Hall
Spotlight hits an obscure agency Pratt controversy draws attention to real estate office PPTC
Job change reportedly due for city's chief of legislative reference
City Hall, residents linked by Internet Web site offers news to computer users
Solicitor Janey faces council today in reconfirmation hearing No problems foreseen for Schmoke appointee; vote will be Monday
Agency asks city to bolster budget Promotion called vital to Baltimore economy
Elkridge couple's giveaway initiative for homeless grows into Serving Line volunteer tradition
Homicide rate stalls Murder city: The number of slayings stayed about the same, which is good and bad.
Techno-phobes in City Hall Government records: Lack of technology not the problem, but officials who fail to use it.
Area firms join federal 'honor roll' Project identifies those who aid working women
Cutting legal fees City lawyers: Important steps are being taken to have more legal work done in-house.
After 16 years on council, popular president departs to launch new life as 'Citizen Clarke'
Politics enter new era in city Younger generation rises while Schmoke becomes entrenched
Unintended consequences Patterson Park: Concentration of Section 8 tenants endangers neighborhood stability.
Officials' salaries to be subject of hearing Proposal would put city leaders' wages on par with county pay
Schmoke re-elected in 20% turnout African-Americans hold top 3 offices, City Council majority; Bell is council president; 8 bond questions, worth $32 million, win clear approval
Republicans remind Baltimore there still is a general election 11 candidates rally outside City Hall
City Council in last session Pushing pay raise may be swan song for departing members
Don't forget grime Public works: Crime isn't Baltimore's only concern; what about a cleaner city?
GOP contract with Baltimore Republican agenda: Linking party future to rebuilding a livable city
Schmoke: a source of pride and of nagging doubts
Mayoral race's war of words heats up CAMPAIGN 1995
Mary Pat Clarke for Mayor
Glendening backs Schmoke in re-election bid
'War' in city's streets fuels fear in residents' hearts
Making Schaefer Look Small
City housing authority plans move
Audit faults oversight of city garages
Put Fizz Back in City Development
Mayor blocked in bid to put chief on leave
Schaefer fails to switch parties candidacy unlikely
Rebuilding Baltimore's Economy
Woman who brought kids fun retires
Baltimore in Decline
Henson's resignation demanded
Veto of city mega-bar bill leads to strategy meeting
Clarke hammers away at 'Schmoke failure' CAMPAIGN -- 1995
Too much protection?
A Different Schmoke
The Virtues of an Impatient Mayor
Unending Pulaski Saga
Rap on Clarkes' purchase of building is just a lot of Schmoke
Nonsense in the Mayoral Race
Three Empty Chairs
Last-minute bill bans 'mega-bars' for waterfront
Nancy D'Alesandro dies headed political family
6 offers weighed in Housing Authority consolidation
Clarke refuses to air city's 'dirty linen'