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1 Baltimore City Convention Center opens antibody ‘infusion center’ to treat most at-risk coronavirus patients
2 Whats Open, Closed In Baltimore For Thanksgiving 2020
3 Richard Rombro, retired Baltimore City judge and advocate for progressive causes, dies
4 Baltimore City to resume removing abandoned vehicles Monday after pause during coronavirus pandemic
5 Baltimore County Public Schools Closed Due To ‘Ransomware Cyber Attack’
6 Baltimore City Council poised to designate Cab Calloway grandmother’s house as historic landmark
7 No injuries reported after 21 Philadelphia-bound freight cars derail in Baltimore City
8 BREAKING NEWS | Train Derailment near Remington in Baltimore City
9 Restrictions return Nov. 12 in Baltimore amid coronavirus spike
10 Restaurants Open In Baltimore On Thanksgiving 2020
11 Baltimore City Council, Mayor-Elect Cancel Traditional Inaugural Festivities Due To COVID-19
12 Baltimore City, Police Department and State’s Attorney announce initiatives aimed at reducing violence
13 Baltimore City Comptroller-elect discusses plans for the city
14 What does Baltimore’s mayoral inauguration look like during a pandemic? Much, much smaller.
15 Baltimore City Council poised to remain all Democratic, after strong challenge in 12th District
16 Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Officials Say Masks Required Outdoors, City Moves Back To Phase 1 And 25% Business Capacity
17 Baltimore City amendments that would curb mayor’s power expected to pass
18 Reminder: No Trash Collection For Baltimore City On Thanksgiving Day
19 Counties, Baltimore City take lead on imposing coronavirus restrictions
20 Four injured, one dead in Baltimore City shootings Wednesday
21 Baltimore City Council speeds up legislation on water billing, tenants rights as new term approaches
22 Gyms coping with new COVID-19 restrictions in Baltimore City
23 Baltimore cop jumps out of plane, into IG report after claiming injuries before skydiving
24 Baltimore City councilman sparks controversy after calling out FedEx driver
25 After mounting strong challenge, Muller Paz concedes to Stokes, Baltimore City Council to stay all-Democratic
26 Think Baltimore’s mayor-elect is young? Meet the pack of 30-something mayors who preceded him.
27 GRIM MILESTONE | Stabbing death is Baltimore City's 300th homicide this year
28 As 29 Hospitals In MD Near Capacity, Hogan Addresses Surge
29 Baltimore Adds Mask Order, Limits Gathering As Coronavirus Surges
30 Baltimore City Leaders Announce Start Of Code Blue Extreme Cold Program For Coming Winter
31 Baltimore City Pauses In-Person Learning for a Week After Thanksgiving
32 State Delegate Nick Mosby declares victory in race for Baltimore City Council President
33 Maryland mail ballot total climbs to nearly 1.5 million; more Election Day results for Baltimore City posted
34 Baltimore City schools will scale back reopening of schools in face of rising coronavirus cases
35 Freight Train Derails Near Charles Village
36 Dozens of Baltimore City schools open Monday amid rising coronavirus cases
37 Zero citations issued for violating Baltimore City COVID orders so far
38 Multiple shootings reported in Baltimore City on Thursday
39 Baltimore City Student Coping with Mother’s Murder Pleas to Reopen Schools
40 Baltimore City Residents May Notice One-Time Water Bill Charges Change After DPW Implements RouteSmart Software
41 Baltimore City plans to bring students back for classes at 44 schools, some five days a week.
42 Some Baltimore City Council members want to override mayor’s vetoes of hospitality worker bills
43 Baltimore City school meal site closed due to COVID-19 case
44 Coronavirus Latest: 44 Baltimore City Schools To Reopen For Small Group In-Person Learning Sites
45 McCray Elected Chair Of Baltimore City Senate Delegation
46 Baltimore City Schools Scaling Back Reopening Plans Amid Rise In Coronavirus Cases Statewide
47 Karl Anderson Charged In Fatal Stabbing Of Bernard Richardson In Baltimore
48 Eviction program in Baltimore city
49 40 Under 40: Jeffrey Amoros, Baltimore City Health Department
50 Election remains tight as Baltimore protesters take to the streets, vowing that every vote must count
51 Baltimore already had a witness intimidation problem. Now it’s moved to extortion accounts on Instagram.
52 Reminder: Baltimore City Trash Collection On Veterans Day Moved To Saturday, Offices Closed
53 44 Baltimore City Schools To Reopen For Small Group In-Person Learning Sites
54 Isaiah Fogg Arrested For Allegedly Shooting, Robbing Woman At Cockeysville Hotel
55 Keturah S. Wyatt, lieutenant in the Baltimore City Fire Department, dies
56 Baltimore City Department of Transportation advising for weekend road closures
57 Maryland reports 2,319 more coronavirus cases, 29 deaths as pandemic disrupts Thanksgiving gatherings
58 Baltimore City Department of Transportation to resume abandoned vehicle operations
59 After Ritz-Carlton owners claimed $2.3M in unpaid debt, city says problems with water billing not widespread
60 Despite uptick in COVID-19 cases, some Baltimore City Schools are set to reopen Monday
61 Baltimore teen convicted of carjacking now accused of murder
62 Nick Mosby Declares Victory As Baltimore City Council President
63 Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Schools Teachers Express Concerns District Is Moving Too Fast With Reopening Plans
64 Baltimore City water billing customers might see temporary change as new software is implemented
65 Johns Hopkins funding to support Baltimore City violence reduction strategy
66 Early Voting In Baltimore: Where To Vote In 2020 Election
67 Here’s a Maryland county-by-county list of new coronavirus restrictions
68 TJ Smith
69 Saturday work on MD 295/Russell Street: Jim Russ' Weekend Traffic Advisory
70 More Baltimore City schools to have small group in-person learning
71 Baltimore City Elections Officials: 2020 General Election Certified Wednesday
72 COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 2K New Cases And 18 Deaths Reported Sunday
73 Coronavirus cases continue to impact Baltimore City Sheriff's Office
74 Baltimore City Dept. of Transportation to resume abandoned vehicle operations
75 Officer Shot, Gunman Killed In Baltimore Shooting: Police
76 Baltimore City Officials Approve $900K Settlement In Det. Sean Suiter Case; Attorney Says City ‘Did The Right Thing’
77 Baltimore councilmen call for city to resume recycling pickup, raise pay for sanitation workers
78 Baltimore City board OKs raises for certain sanitation workers amid staffing shortages
79 Baltimore restaurant owner launches incubator for Black micro businesses
80 BPD: Suspected stolen car crashes; driver arrested
81 6 MD Holiday Light Shows That Are Coronavirus-Friendly
82 Baltimore City's COVID-19 testing needs jump 25% in November as people wait hours
83 Thanksgiving Travel 2020: Worst Times To Hit Maryland Roads
84 Baltimore Ravens Coronavirus Reserve List Grows
85 General fund to pay for 9 new positions in Baltimore City Council President's Office
86 Controversial expansion of Baltimore City Council passes 3-2
87 Where to get coronavirus testing during Thanksgiving weekend
88 Two Historic Baltimore Buildings Change Hands With $5M Renovation to Come
89 Baltimore City DPW celebrates America Recycles Day
90 Maryland Rep. Mfume defeats Trump-endorsed Kim Klacik; all other state incumbents win congressional races
91 What Brandon Scott faces as Baltimore’s next mayor: a pandemic, budget woes and crime-weary residents hoping for change
92 Hope Health Systems seeks to build new children's hospital in Baltimore County
93 Baltimore City DPW will not resume curbside recycling collections next week
94 Bad cops about to cost Baltimore City another $8 million
95 Ravens-Steelers Game On Despite 3 Coronavirus Cases: Harbaugh
96 Six Possible Contenders Eye Mosby's Soon-to-be-Vacant House Seat
97 Free flu shots, COVID tests given in Baltimore City on Friday
98 NEW INFO: Suspect Dead, Police Officer Shot in Southwest Baltimore
99 Staff with Baltimore City Public Schools launch Operation Santa Claus
100 ‘You do what you can’: Celebrators tweak traditions to make the most of Thanksgiving as coronavirus numbers rise