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Food Truck Owners’ Case Challenging 300-Foot Rule Heads to Trial
Mobile vendors continue their fight to overturn the city’s controversial proximity law.
In Good Taste

Food Truck Owners’ Case Challenging 300-Foot Rule Heads to Trial

Mobile vendors continue their fight to overturn the city’s controversial proximity law.
 Meredith Herzing
The Chatter
Confederate Monuments in Baltimore “Quickly and Quietly” Removed
In the middle of the night, crews hauled away the controversial statues.
The Chatter

Confederate Monuments in Baltimore “Quickly and Quietly” Removed

In the middle of the night, crews hauled away the controversial statues.

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A Cut Above

A new show focuses on the community of the barbershop.

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A Good Catch

How the National Aquarium’s first-ever director of seafood sustainability is shaking up the industry.

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After the Flood

Ellicott City proves you can't keep a good town down.

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Book Reviews: July 2017

The latest from Devin Allen and Ed Norris.

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University of Maryland’s School of Pharmacy Offers Training for Medical Marijuana

The school is partnered with a Washington D.C.-based nonprofit to create online programming.

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The Baltimore Sun Media Group Closing City Paper After 40 Years

Editors at the paper hold out hope that a buyer will save the day.

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Weekend Lineup: July 7-9

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

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You Are Here: Concrete Kids

Scenes from the Roosevelt Park skate park, Mr. Trash Wheel's birthday, and Mt. Vernon Square.

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Opioid Overdose Medication Naloxone on Short Supply in Baltimore

Dr. Leana Wen seeking additional state funding for life-saving drug.

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Smoke Screen

The 1967 riot may have obscured the work of civil rights hero Gloria Richardson, but her legacy shines on in Cambridge.

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Settlement Reached for Potomac Street Bike Lane

Advocacy group Bikemore and Mayor Pugh agree to leave lane intact.

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Civil Rights Historian Taylor Branch Releases Country Album

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author reunites with college buddies to form Off Our Rocker.

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Devin Allen's Baltimore

The photographer shares work from his first book, A Beautiful Ghetto.

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Kevin Plank Names New President for Under Armour

Patrik Frisk joins Baltimore-based company.

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Baltimore Is Overlooked for Attorney General’s Public Safety Partnership

​City council and BPD continue to combat violence locally.​

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Cameo: Jellyfish Jenkins

Brian Jacobs of Urban Pirates talks about his life on the high seas.

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Five Tips For Riding the MTA’s New Bus System BaltimoreLink

Following its June 18 debut, new routes are causing issues with travelers.

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Vacant Lot Transforms Into Sculpture Park in East Baltimore

Artist Lisa Dillin commissioned eight pieces of artwork through Lots Alive program.

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Baltimore County Redistricts Schools in Middle River Area

BCPS board voted 8-4 to reclassify overcrowding in eight schools.

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