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1 Demolition of East Baltimore’s McGarvey Industrial Park marks first step of ‘Equality Equation’
2 Two killed in Baltimore City daytime shooting
3 Four people shot, two fatally across city on Thursday, Baltimore Police say
4 Company rep says downtown Baltimore overrun by criminals, reason for restaurant closure
5 Baltimore cop charged in series of domestic incidents in Harford County; remained on force after 2018 DUI
6 Baltimore Councilmembers Want DPW Employees To Get $5K Bonus Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
7 New Baltimore County database details complaints against police officers, use of force incidents
8 With regret and satisfaction, Baltimore watches the infamous Maryland Penitentiary tumble down
9 John M. Glynn, retired Circuit Court judge, dies
10 Protesters Rally In Baltimore One Day After Grand Jury Declines To Charge Officers In Breonna Taylor’s Death
11 Baltimore City Schools’ CEO Talks Reopening, Layoffs; Baltimore County Reverses Decision To Bring Teachers Back Next Month
12 Baltimore County Public Schools reverse previous return to school plan
13 Lack of Oversight in Baltimore Questioned by State Delegate
14 Social distancing and lost revenues: Baltimore’s high-end restaurants do one pivot after another to avoid disaster
15 Lyft and Uber offering Baltimore students free rides to immunization appointments
16 Baltimore Co. group tasked with looking into residential truck traffic
17 Baltimore illegally kept half of a woman’s settlement when she spoke about allegations police abused her, a federal judge ruled
18 Swimming and fishing safely in the Baltimore Harbor? Not so fast.
19 Missing Teens From Rosedale Found, Police Say
20 Baltimore County launches interactive policing data dashboard
21 Timothy Meadows Sentenced To 100 Years In Prison For Attacking Baltimore Beltway Drivers
22 Coronavirus in Maryland: 5 takeaways from the week
23 Groups In Baltimore, Nationwide Participate In National Day Of Remembrance For Murder Victims
24 Baltimore chef builds business on culinary treats and love
25 $60M for 32 new school buildings promised to Baltimore City
26 Mfume says Klacik ‘doesn’t know’ Baltimore and misspelled it in campaign spot
27 Maryland Traffic: Multiple Accidents Shut Down Baltimore-Washington Parkway Friday Morning
28 How an independent candidate for Baltimore mayor is trying to persuade a deep-blue city to vote for him
29 Dr. Alberto H. Del Corro, a retired former Baltimore general surgeon, dies of COVID-19
30 Fall Cleanup Event In Baltimore Set For October 3
31 Over a century ago this week, Baltimore was about to get ravaged by the Flu Pandemic of 1918
32 60-Year-Old Baltimore County Woman Missing, May Be Headed To N Washington Street In Baltimore
33 Baltimore County Students’ Artwork To Be Featured In Virtual Gallery
34 Man Whose Body Found Near I-695 In Baltimore County Suffered Injuries Consistent With Crash, Police Say
35 ‘We Are Not Disposable’ | More Than 400 Employees In Baltimore City Schools To Lose Jobs Due To COVID-Related Budget Shortfall
36 Baltimore church, founded as 'memorial' to slave holders, seeks to atone for racism in its past
37 Baltimore’s Dick’s Last Resort closes after 10 years in Inner Harbor
38 Baby severely injured in South Baltimore car crash
39 Baltimore reaches more GTTF lawsuit settlements, including with two men imprisoned in 2010 drug-planting case
40 After a century in Baltimore, Shofer’s furniture calls it a day
41 Demonstrators march through Baltimore against decision in Breonna Taylor case
42 Baltimore teacher says dropout rate is increasing week by week
43 50 People Shot, 15 Fatally, In Baltimore In A Week
44 "Johnny O Must Go" say supporters of Vince's Crab House
45 Baltimore students, national activists call on Comcast, FCC to expand Wi-Fi access
46 Baltimore City Schools to lay off 450 employees, halt hiring
47 Tractor That Backfired May Be To Blame For Barn Fire In Baltimore County, Officials Say
48 Baltimore-area Orthodox rabbis work around electronics ban in planning for Yom Kippur in the coronavirus era
49 Breakout outfielder Anthony Santander named 2020 Most Valuable Oriole
50 Baltimore County renters could see relief under council proposal, administration programs
51 Swimming in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor by 2020? No, but maybe 2030, Waterfront Partnership says
52 At Least 47 Shot, 12 Fatally In Baltimore Violence Since Last Sunday
53 The Denver Nuggets have made NBA playoff history. Baltimore has plenty of reasons to celebrate.
54 Baltimore City Council Considers Bills To Rename Holiday, Monument Named After Christopher Columbus
55 Women sprayed with unknown substance at Baltimore County grocery stores
56 Maryland releases more contact tracing data showing ‘high-risk locations’ for coronavirus
57 Toronto 10, Baltimore 5 | Ap
58 Baltimore Team Stax
59 Vince's Crab House owners call for Baltimore County executive to be removed amid protests
60 Drinking in America, one distinctive cocktail at a time
61 Two men killed in West Baltimore shooting Friday morning, police say
62 Maryland nursing home inspectors not being tested for COVID-19
63 New Kim Klacik Ad Highlights Baltimore’s Trash Problem Again
64 Green Party’s Muller Paz seeks to unseat Democrat Stokes in Baltimore’s only competitive City Council race
65 Baltimore barber offering free haircuts in exchange for voter registration
66 Andy Reid's midnight drive to Baltimore in Roob's 10 observations
67 Police: 5-Month-Old Baby Critically Injured In Crash In South Baltimore
68 Baltimore City schools will lay off 450 temporary workers and halt hiring
69 Dick's Last Resort eatery closes for good at Baltimore's Power Plant
70 Former Oriole Manny Machado buys newly built Florida mansion for $7M
71 Guinness Brewery in Baltimore hosting Oktoberfest celebration with social distancing measures
72 Baltimore ransomware attack was early attempt at data extortion, new report shows
73 Baltimore's Best Places to Work 2020: Here are the other large business finalists
74 Renaissance Row apartment building to provide ‘affordable’ units in Baltimore’s Park Heights
75 Why Ravens vs. Chiefs is a kicking matchup for the ages
76 Andy Reid's midnight drive to Baltimore in Roob's 10 observations
77 Video Shows ‘Depraved’ Attack Of Man Hit By Brick In Baltimore; Police Searching For Victim, Suspect
78 Grichuk, Shaw Homer, Pearson Returns As Blue Jays Beat O’s
79 After confusion, Baltimore will allow movie theaters to reopen but still move more slowly than state in coronavirus recovery
80 Strong City Baltimore deserves community’s support | READER COMMENTARY
81 NYT bestselling author D. Watkins' book is 2020's One Book Baltimore selection
82 Baltimore County Detective Fires At Alleged Robbery Suspect While Trying To Make Arrest In Downtown Baltimore
83 Former Baltimore Mayors Oppose Proposed City Government Reforms
84 Robbery Suspect Tiara Baker Sought After Evading Police In Downtown Baltimore Tuesday
85 Baltimore County to further ease indoor dining restrictions, following state guidelines
86 1st Annual Baltimore County Children's Business Fair held at THE AVENUE in White Marsh
87 Baby critically injured after being ejected during South Baltimore crash
88 Maryland Book Bank Hits 25K Books Mailed To Baltimore Kids
89 Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City To Move Fully In Phase 2 Reopening On Tuesday
90 Woman shot at by Baltimore County detective in downtown Baltimore turns herself in, strongly disputes police account
91 Investment firm tied to Baltimore Ravens owner buys South Florida car dealerships for $61M
92 Toronto plays Baltimore after Ryu's strong performance | Professional
93 Best of Baltimore 2020: Lifestyle
94 Surge of violence in Baltimore continues, with fatal shootings in Federal Hill and East Baltimore/Midway
95 POLICE: 24-year-old man killed in NE Baltimore shooting overnight
96 19-Year-Old Killed In Shooting In South Baltimore, Police Say
97 Who killed Baltimore’s streetcar system?
98 5 people shot, 2 fatally, Saturday in Baltimore
99 Labor Day weekend in Baltimore results in 2 fatal shootings, 1 fatal stabbing, 12 others shot, police say
100 Five years later, many across Baltimore bitterly lament Gov. Hogan’s decision to kill the Red Line light rail