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Black transgender activists rallied Saturday at War Memorial Plaza in Baltimore, calling on the city to provide better access to health care, employment, foster care, housing and substance use support.
The plan, which includes goals to be implemented over the next five years, calls for the city to nearly triple the number of its violence intervention programs currently offered by Safe Streets and others in order to reduce gun violence by 15% annually.
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A rail operator seeking to take over a Westport development site for a high-speed Maglev train linking Baltimore and Washington asked a court Friday to deny the property developer’s request to dismiss a condemnation lawsuit.
A group of at least five self-proclaimed sovereign citizens moved into an empty Baltimore County mansion and sued the owner, attempting what they described as a “sovereign acquisition."
Matt Harvey held the Nationals to one hit over another six shutout innings Saturday as the Orioles secured a series victory over their regional rival with a 5-3 win in front of a season-high announced crowd of 30,898 at Oriole Park.
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Stacker compiled IMDb data to determine the 100 best drama series of all time. To be considered, the series had to be listed as "drama" in IMDb's database and have over 10,000 IMDb user votes, and the data was accessed on May 26, 2020.
An Edgewood teen pleaded guilty Friday to a November 2019 murder in Edgewood, agreeing that a robbery over $60 worth of marijuana ended in a 40-year-old man’s death.
The judge overseeing the federal consent decree governing the Baltimore Police Department’s practices and policies raised concerns that State Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s decision not to prosecute some lower-level crimes could interfere with some of the stated goals of the decree.
It’s a tale of two crab houses. Phillips Seafood in Baltimore received $5 million through the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, while its branch in Ocean City got an additional $3,155,920.97. Faidley Seafood in Lexington Market, a woman- and veteran-owned business dating back to 1886, got nothing.
A man shot several times in southeast Baltimore’s Franklin Square community has died, police said Friday night.
A pledge to work with the state to prepare inmates for life after prison is one of the most promising aspects of Mayor Brandon Scott’s plan to prevent crime.
Joseph Seivold Jr., a legendary Maryland lacrosse figure who was dubbed the “60-Minute Man” and broke records when he was a student at Washington College in the 1950s, died of complications from dementia July 17 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Tampa, Florida.
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