Baltimore City

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Emergency Work to Leave 4,000 Without Water in City, County

Some 4,000 customers in Baltimore City and Baltimore County will be left without water as emergency repairs are made.


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Baltimore Schools to Lay Off 100 Employees

Baltimore City Public Schools are preparing to lay off 100 employees by the end of June.


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Baltimore Co. Police Officers Shoot Armed Double Stabbing Suspect

Authorities say three Baltimore County police officers shot an armed suspect during an investigation in northeast Baltimore City.


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Tests Reveal Baltimore Child Does Not Have Measles

Baltimore health officials announced Thursday that a 12-month-old child does not have the measles.


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Baltimore’s Tough Curfew Law Takes Effect

One of the toughest curfew laws in the country went into effect tonight in Baltimore.


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Baltimore Mayor Speaks Out Against ‘Knockout Game’

After two recent “knockout games” left several people in Baltimore injured, the city’s mayor has decided to speak out.


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Racial Tension Causing ‘Segregation’ at Baltimore High School

School officials in Baltimore are increasing security at a high school due to rising tensions between black and Latino students.


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$10 Million Fund Established to Help Md. Fix Potholes and Repair Roadways

Governor Martin O’Malley announced Wednesday that all 23 counties in Maryland and Baltimore City have applied for $10 million in state funds, and has been approved.


Washington DC Area Hit By Spring Snow

D.C., Md. Schools Considering How To Make Up Snow Days

With D.C. public schools and more than half of Maryland’s 24 school districts having reached or exceeded their allocated snow days this year, officials are weighing their options about how to make up the days they’ve used.


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Correctional Officer Sentenced in Jail Conspiracy

A correctional officer has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison for her role in a vast drug-smuggling operation at the Baltimore City Detention Center.