DEMANDS FOR REFORM
Officials reveal settlement amount in Jobes case
Abused girl's relative wins civil lawsuit
Differing approaches to growth management
Fla. man charged with raping Pa. teen
3 awarded $375,000 in lawsuit over mold
Going from boom to glut
Housing claims solicited
Apartment shortage is a threat to Md. economy
City pier project has new partner
Church expands its mission
City Housing Authority working on a comeback
City agency says it can't pay lawsuits for lead paint
THE WEEK AHEAD
Lounge target of raids by city police
The Man Behind the Curtain
Cleanup slowed by snowplow failures
Housing grant may be recalled Auditors urge HUD to rescind $20 million for Hollander Ridge; Poor prospects for viability; Henson assails audit; HUD often fails to take auditors' advice
Man enters guilty plea in plot to embezzle from agency
Brooklyn Park planners push homeownership $5 million award to go toward mortgage aid
Just 3to settlement Assistance: Programs that assist with settlement and closing costs are helping attract homebuyers to Baltimore's older neighborhoods.
Meeting tackles 'undercrowding' in city Experts say Baltimore must formulate plan for its surplus housing
Not trailer trash
John Gambrill, 89, operated Lafayette Market produce stall
Pleasant View Gardens costs itemized
City homes to be razed Baltimore gets grant to demolish Murphy, Julian Gardens sites; Planned for summer; About 800 public units will be replaced by; 362 low-rise dwellings
New housing complex has tough new rules Strict lease causes some to balk at signing
City Council on the tube Cable access: Panel proceedings almost fell victim to budget cuts and revenge.
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
Fair helps minorities, poor, middle income buy homes
TOWSON -- Two hundred welfare recipients will...
Burkholder named to job of marketing Maryland She succeeds Hoskins as assistant secretary; State government
Fells Point leaders, company work to save 3 landmarks Proposal would allow BGE subsidiary to convey ownership in trade
Md. assumes 3 apartment buildings Troubled partnership relinquishes control of 48 housing units; Code violations alleged; Action accompanies state foreclosure after loan unpaid
Henson's family, contractors are linked Housing documents show varied ties
Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes...
Public housing board ends preference system Henson says change is key to achieving broader tenant mix
Public housing's renewed mission New direction: Henson's plan to rent units to working poor not an attack on the homeless.
Baltimore developer named to HUD post Bacon will oversee public housing program
Long & Foster acquires Salisbury realty firmLong...
Council members rethink Block enforcement Let police watch clubs, city officials urge
Baltimore under the wrecking ball: I Demolition city: In the name of clearing blight, HCD is destroying neighborhoods.
Security firm protests hiring of rival by housing authority $2.1 million contract called 'contrary to law'
Henson dismisses Sun series, insists department is working to aid housing Problem is landlords, not demolition policy, commissioner contends
How city can rise above wreckage Solutions: Experts say extensive retooling is needed in the housing department before the city can rebuild its ravaged neighborhoods.
Bill is enacted to let city fine 'slumlords' Measure sent to governor limits maximum to $1,000
Dr. Justinus Gould, 95, counsel to House...
City home renters would become owners as state seeks to transform 30 properties Houses taken over by Md. Housing Fund