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Baltimore’s Boys’ Latin School adding boarding for students after purchasing adjacent property
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Baltimore’s Boys’ Latin School adding boarding for students after purchasing adjacent property

The Boys' Latin School, a 175-year-old Baltimore private school, has purchased 28 acres of an adjacent property in Poplar Hill and will add a new...

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Delegate introduces legislation seeking more information about Hogan’s real estate business
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Delegate introduces legislation seeking more information about Hogan’s real estate business

A Montgomery County state delegate introduced legislation Thursday targeting information about Gov. Larry Hogan's real estate holdings, seeking...

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Jury orders Baltimore restaurant owner to repay millions for defrauding Kuwaiti royal
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Jury orders Baltimore restaurant owner to repay millions for defrauding Kuwaiti royal

A Baltimore restaurant owner defrauded a wealthy Kuwaiti royal family member out of millions of dollars, a federal jury ruled, rejecting his claim...

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Baltimore hosts generate nearly $20 million in Airbnb income in 2019, company says
News 3 weeks ago
Baltimore hosts generate nearly $20 million in Airbnb income in 2019, company says

Airbnb hosts who rented out city properties generated nearly $20 million in cumulative income in 2019 - an increase of over 24% from the previous...

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Howard County Conservancy celebrates 30 years of preserving land and providing environmental education
News 3 weeks ago
Howard County Conservancy celebrates 30 years of preserving land and providing environmental education

In 1990, three years before the Howard County Conservancy would establish its headquarters at Mt. Pleasant Farm in Woodstock, members of the newly...

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Summer is hotter in Baltimore neighborhoods that have seen racial ‘redlining.’ And the difference is more extreme here.
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Summer is hotter in Baltimore neighborhoods that have seen racial ‘redlining.’ And the difference is more extreme here.

In Baltimore neighborhoods where a history of racial "redlining" has blocked investment, summer temperatures are nearly 6 degrees hotter than the...

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Baltimore County appeals board halts Lake Roland project over ‘severely overburdened’ sewer line
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Baltimore County appeals board halts Lake Roland project over ‘severely overburdened’ sewer line

Baltimore County officials have stopped a proposal to transform a tiny Falls Road shopping strip near Lake Roland Park into a cluster of apartments...

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Baltimore judge dismisses lawsuit by tenants alleging unlawful rental practices by Kushner apartment company
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Baltimore judge dismisses lawsuit by tenants alleging unlawful rental practices by Kushner apartment company

A Baltimore judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit brought by five area tenants claiming an apartment company owned by White House adviser and...

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Catonsville has a plan to turn its downtown into an arts destination
News 2 months ago
Catonsville has a plan to turn its downtown into an arts destination

Catonsville is known as "Music City" for its collection of stores selling guitars, mandolins, woodwinds and other instruments. But Baltimore County...

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A Baltimore neighborhood is mostly white, the school is mostly black. They’re trying to foster a relationship.
News 2 months ago
A Baltimore neighborhood is mostly white, the school is mostly black. They’re trying to foster a relationship.

The Academy for College and Career Exploration is in the heart of the North Baltimore neighborhood, but students ride the bus there from all...

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Baltimore County apartment owner says misplaced decimal point led to more than $500,000 in incorrect sewer fees
News 2 months ago
Baltimore County apartment owner says misplaced decimal point led to more than $500,000 in incorrect sewer fees

The owner of a Baltimore County apartment complex says the county charged his company more than 75 times the proper amount for sewer service in a...

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Maryland to move forward with State Center redevelopment project in Baltimore despite litigation
News 2 months ago
Maryland to move forward with State Center redevelopment project in Baltimore despite litigation

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday said the state will move forward with a formal bidding process to redevelop the long-stalled State Center...

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State auditors say UMMS ‘hindered’ their investigation sparked by Baltimore mayor’s ‘Healthy Holly’ scandal
News 3 months ago
State auditors say UMMS ‘hindered’ their investigation sparked by Baltimore mayor’s ‘Healthy Holly’ scandal

State auditors tasked with investigating the University of Maryland Medical System after a self-dealing scandal involving its board of directors...

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Baltimore is bringing subsidized Lyft rides to people who live in ‘food deserts’
News 3 months ago
Baltimore is bringing subsidized Lyft rides to people who live in ‘food deserts’

At 81, Evelyn Robinson finds trips to the grocery store tiring and inconvenient. She either faces a long bus ride from her Cherry Hill neighborhood...

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After staying while other congregations fled to Baltimore ’burbs, Beth Am synagogue celebrates $5.5M overhaul
News 3 months ago
After staying while other congregations fled to Baltimore ’burbs, Beth Am synagogue celebrates $5.5M overhaul

With a grand new indoor stairway, a reconfigured downstairs classroom space and a redesigned sanctuary that brings the celebrant and congregation...

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Immigrants, led by Jamaicans, slow Baltimore’s population loss
News 3 months ago
Immigrants, led by Jamaicans, slow Baltimore’s population loss

He left St. Mary Parish, a rural area in northeastern Jamaica, for trade school in Miami. He spent about a year and a half there, met a Jamaican...

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Baltimore no longer accepting public housing applications, citing average 5-year delay for those on wait list
News 3 months ago
Baltimore no longer accepting public housing applications, citing average 5-year delay for those on wait list

Baltimore's public housing authority announced Tuesday that it will cease accepting applications from residents, citing more than 14,000...

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Neighbor Ride celebrates 15 years of helping seniors get to where they need to go in Howard County
News 3 months ago
Neighbor Ride celebrates 15 years of helping seniors get to where they need to go in Howard County

A large painting in the Columbia offices of Neighbor Ride depicts a smiling volunteer driver at the wheel of his car with transportation service co...

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Neighbors confront racist opposition to Morgan State, century after trying to keep college out of NE Baltimore
News 3 months ago
Neighbors confront racist opposition to Morgan State, century after trying to keep college out of NE Baltimore

When white neighbors in Lauraville learned of plans to relocate an African American school and community into their Northeast Baltimore...

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Renters detail just how hard it can be to find a Baltimore County landlord who will take a housing voucher
News 3 months ago
Renters detail just how hard it can be to find a Baltimore County landlord who will take a housing voucher

After a car accident left English Harper with a spinal cord injury, he was forced to move away from his parents in Prince George's County to...

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Baltimore City Council advances bill to provide water bill relief to poor residents
News 3 months ago
Baltimore City Council advances bill to provide water bill relief to poor residents

Baltimore City Council advanced a bill Monday night that would overhaul the troubled municipal water billing system to relieve poor residents from...

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Baltimore lawmakers advance plastic bag ban, 5-cent paper bag fee, and predict a statewide ban is coming
News 3 months ago
Baltimore lawmakers advance plastic bag ban, 5-cent paper bag fee, and predict a statewide ban is coming

A Baltimore City Council committee advanced a proposal Monday to ban retailers from giving shoppers plastic bags in most cases and requiring them...

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’Radical’ reforms to make Baltimore water billing more affordable are poised for City Council approval
News 3 months ago
’Radical’ reforms to make Baltimore water billing more affordable are poised for City Council approval

The Baltimore City Council is poised to approve a radical revamp of its water system that would discount billing rates based on customers' income,...

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No leaf unturned as volunteers scour the heart of Reservoir Hill for its monthly sweep
News 3 months ago
No leaf unturned as volunteers scour the heart of Reservoir Hill for its monthly sweep

Neighborhood volunteers broke into smiles when they discovered a couple of old mattresses dumped in a Reservoir Hill alley. They also scored some...

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Baltimore to audit water billing after failing to collect $2.3M from Ritz Carlton waterfront condo development
News 3 months ago
Baltimore to audit water billing after failing to collect $2.3M from Ritz Carlton waterfront condo development

Baltimore will conduct a sweeping audit of its water billing system after discovering the city failed for more than a decade to collect a total of ...

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Developers, Olszewski pushing new plans for North Point Government Center
News 4 months ago
Developers, Olszewski pushing new plans for North Point Government Center

A Baltimore-based developer is revising plans for the controversial redevelopment of a Dundalk government building years after a state board...

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Will transforming Pimlico’s track also transform its neighborhood?
News 4 months ago
Will transforming Pimlico’s track also transform its neighborhood?

For years, residents near Pimlico Race Course have set up shop on their sidewalks, selling food and drinks, parking spaces and even access to their...

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To rebuild East Baltimore’s Hoen plant, workers had to remove the trees
News 4 months ago
To rebuild East Baltimore’s Hoen plant, workers had to remove the trees

It has been 38 years since the printing operation ceased at the Hoen complex in East Baltimore. Now, 18 months into its $28 million restoration,...

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Preakness plan highlights: Key elements of agreement to keep race in Baltimore
News 4 months ago
Preakness plan highlights: Key elements of agreement to keep race in Baltimore

Below are several key elements of the plan proposed by representatives for the City of Baltimore, The Stronach Group and the thoroughbred industry...

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Baltimore City Council discussing fee of up to 10 cents on paper bags with ban on plastic, but delays action
News 4 months ago
Baltimore City Council discussing fee of up to 10 cents on paper bags with ban on plastic, but delays action

As Baltimore City Council discusses how to eliminate plastic bag litter, members are weighing a fee of as much as 10 cents on paper bags along with...

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