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1 Man In Tree Touches Power Line, Dies From Electrocution In Baltimore City
2 The link between crime and education in Baltimore City
3 Failing schools and the implications for the future of Baltimore City
4 Adult venues can reopen in Baltimore City on Friday
5 Maryland Gov. Hogan calls for investigation into Baltimore HS failing students, others call for shutdown
6 Governor Hogan calls for investigation of city school failing hundreds
7 Baltimore City removes 1 hour dining restriction, eases others
8 "They should be embarrassed," prominent Baltimore voice blames leaders for school failures
9 Adult Entertainment Resumes In Baltimore; COVID Restrictions Lift
10 Who’s getting COVID vaccine doses in Maryland? Here’s what the data shows about racial and geographical gaps.
11 FAST FACTS | Baltimore City Schools
12 City student passes 3 classes in four years, ranks near top half of class with 0.13 GPA
13 Some city COVID-19 restrictions to be eased Monday
14 Baltimore Convention Center mass COVID vaccine site to prioritize vulnerable city residents amid criticism of inequity
15 Women Empowerment Rally set to celebrate woman in Baltimore City
16 FACT CHECK | Are schools in Baltimore City underfunded, as Mayor Scott claims?
17 'He wasn't educated properly': Baltimore City High Schooler Reads at Third-Grade Level
18 Gov. Larry Hogan Defends Controversial Response Over Baltimore City COVID-19 Vaccines
19 African American leaders raise concerns about the Baltimore City Inspector General
20 Boasting a metal roof, a new Lexington Market is taking shape
21 Baltimore City Council committee advances nomination of Jim Shea for solicitor
22 Baltimore City Comptroller promises an online dashboard so public can see city's spending
23 Calls to Shut Down City School Where 0.13 GPA Ranks Near Top Half of Class
24 Years of problems in Baltimore City Schools
25 Baltimore City Closures And Delays For Thursday, February 11
26 Baltimore City Councilman Dorsey calls Gov. Hogan a 'lying racist scumbag'
27 8 things you need to know today Monday, March 8
28 Baltimore City Schools To Offer Weekly COVID-19 Testing For Students, Staff
29 Baltimore Town Hall: "We need more jobs"
30 Lawsuit against TJ Smith moves forward Friday
31 Baltimore City DOT official provide updates following two "serious" crashes
32 City School Leaders Silent On Questions About Failing School
33 Between an app and a hard place: Baltimore restaurants get temporary break on fees, but worry about the future
34 Frank B. Coakley, pioneering African American banker and city official, dies
35 Analyzing how Baltimore City's COVID-19 vaccination supply is being used
36 Gregory C. Warren, health care executive who worked in substance abuse treatment, dies
37 Baltimore City Schools hires federal felon months after release
38 City Councilmembers announce legislation, solutions addressing illegal dumping
39 The Charmtastic Mile Honors 50th Anniversary of The Fight
40 Baltimore Cancels St. Patricks Day Parade
41 Baltimore City could approve plan to give one-time payment to thousands of families in need
42 Baltimore, MD Coronavirus Updates & News For March 5
43 Baltimore’s strip clubs reopen as COVID pandemic perils lurk
44 Baltimore City's 311 receives trash call on average every 11 minutes
45 Baltimore senators to revisit Johns Hopkins University police force, as state Sen. Carter pushes repeal
46 Baltimore City Police arrest 22-year-old man for November assault that turned deadly
47 Mayor Scott, others testify in favor of bill to give Baltimore City control over its police department
48 Grants Available For Baltimore City Hotels Impacted By COVID-19
49 Mt. Washington Tavern Reopens After Closure Due To Baltimore City Coronavirus Restrictions
50 Hogan says Baltimore has gotten more COVID vaccines than it’s ‘entitled to,’ drawing outrage from city leaders
51 Maryland Moments | COVID-19 affects future of Baltimore City Public School athletes
52 COVID Violations Issued For 2 Baltimore Businesses | Baltimore, MD Patch
53 ‘Ugly’: The Baltimore budget director’s word for the city’s financial outlook amid the coronavirus pandemic
54 Baltimore City Department Of Public Works To Close Community Collection Centers For Recycling
55 COVID-19 in Maryland| Positivity rate remains the same; 8 deaths in 24 hours
56 Bill for control of the Baltimore Police moves to the House
57 Local restaurant owner spreads love by feeding Baltimore City's homeless residents
58 Scott calls Hogan's comments about Baltimore's vaccine distribution a 'distraction tactic, a Jedi mind trick'
59 Baltimore strip club performers protest COVID restrictions that bar adult entertainment, interrupting City Hall news conference
60 Baltimore City Schools Announces It Will Offer Weekly COVID-19 Testing For Students, Staff
61 Baltimore City Schools to soon offer COVID-19 testing for staff, students
62 Baltimore City Council members sound off on incorrect, missing paychecks for city workers; officials hope to fix problem by Feb. 19
63 Baltimore City leaders hold virtual ceremony to commemorate COVID-19 Memorial Day
64 Masks on but not much else as Baltimore strip clubs reopen after long closure
65 Shots Fired Near City School| Police search for suspects following East Baltimore shooting
66 Masks on but not much else; Baltimore strip clubs reopen
67 For The Culture With Farajii: Conversation with Baltimore City Chief Administrative Officer
68 A Baltimore councilman at war with city cops | COMMENTARY
69 For The Culture w/ Farajii: Do you think Baltimore City should gain control over the police dept.?
70 Baltimore Now Publicizing Whether People Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Locally Are City Residents Or From Other Areas
71 IG Report Finds ‘Slight Discrepancies’ In Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s Travel
72 Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office Eliminates More Than 800 More Open Warrants
73 ‘Small-town feel, but with big-city amenities’: Baltimore’s tiny Dickeyville is quaint and quiet
74 Adult entertainment industry protests COVID-19 restrictions
75 Baltimore to distribute free wheeled recycling bins to city residents in $9 million partnership with nonprofit
76 Baltimore City Police trainee terminated following arrest Saturday morning
77 New Baltimore City Program Helps Those Experiencing Homelessness Get State-Issued IDs For Housing
78 Former Executive Director of Maryland Center for Adult Training Sentence to Two Years in Federal Prison for Tax Related Charges
79 Mayor Scott, Health Commissioner Launch New COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard
80 Grade Changing Investigation: City Schools Alerts 90,000 Students That Records Subpoenaed
81 Wind Advisory Issued For Baltimore
82 Your Voice, Your Future Town Hall: A School System in Crisis
83 Baltimore, Prince George's Leaders Amp Up Criticism as Hogan Administration Releases More Vaccine Data – Maryland Matters
84 City Of New Baltimore: City Offices Open | New Baltimore
85 City Health Dept. resumes 1st dose appointments after only offering 2nd dose in February
86 The Relationship between Crime and Education in Baltimore
87 Towing companies speak out, after city Inspector General investigates them
88 Two injured in separate overnight shootings, one in critical condition
89 Despite The Pandemic, Baltimore Arabbers Work To Maintain Legacy, Build Future
90 Community leaders demand vaccine equity for city residents
91 Baltimore City Leaders Honor Lives Affected By COVID-19 Pandemic
92 Restaurants remain closed to in-person dining as COVID-19 restrictions continue in Baltimore
93 Baltimore City will remain in Stage 1 of reopening as rest of Maryland moves forward
94 Baltimore City Will Remain Under A Stay At Home Order, Despite The State Lifting Its Order
95 In-person dining at Baltimore restaurants to resume Friday
96 Mayor Scott lifts 10PM curfew for restaurants and bars in Baltimore City
97 Baltimore City Could See Snow Wednesday: What You Need To Know
98 Baltimore City Circuit Court judge upholds city's on-premise dining ban
99 Report finds broken equipment, unresolved water customer complaints cost Baltimore City, county millions
100 Baltimore City staying in phase one of reopening, but will ease restrictions for retailers