Common sense and public safety demand our elected representatives confront and demand that our government, traffic control department management come to a clear consensus on how to correct this public safety issue and act upon it. Maryland should be ahead of the curve and give it a green light.
July saw 45 homicides across Baltimore, a toll that matched the deadliest month in the city's modern history and came amid a violent crime surge that has stretched the entire summer. The Baltimore Sun sought to profile each victim, through interviews with relatives, friends, neighbors and police, as well as information on social media; and to chronicle the impact on those left behind.
Following the super-long premiere last week, we start Episode 2 of "The Bachelor" with Kimberly, the yoga instructor eliminated last week, walking back into the mansion to ask Bachelor Chris for a second chance at love.