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Capital Gazette Staff Among Time Magazine’s Person of the Year Honorees

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Capital Gazette Staff Among Time Magazine’s Person of the Year Honorees

Both the dead and the survivors are honored as “The Guardians” fighting the “War on Truth.”
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Trump Meeting in Baltimore Cancelled, But Revitalization Discussions Will Still Happen
Wednesday’s planned visit to the city will now take place at the White House.
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Trump Meeting in Baltimore Cancelled, But Revitalization Discussions Will Still Happen

Wednesday’s planned visit to the city will now take place at the White House.
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Airbnb Properties in Baltimore Will Soon Have Stricter Regulations
The city council voted to impose a hotel tax to short-term rentals in Baltimore City.
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Airbnb Properties in Baltimore Will Soon Have Stricter Regulations

The city council voted to impose a hotel tax to short-term rentals in Baltimore City.

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Local hospitals react after 10 children were killed by an adenovirus outbreak in New Jersey.

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Four Takeaways From Maryland Midterm Election

Hogan is easily reelected, but no Republican coattails in the state.

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Ben Jealous Rallies With Dave Chappelle and Rosario Dawson In Gwynn Oak Park

Democratic gubernatorial challenger continues push in upset bid.


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We’ve compiled an election day cheat sheet to make your trip to the polls a little easier.

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University of Maryland Coach D.J. Durkin Fired

The board president also resigns in tumultuous week in College Park.

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Light City and Baltimore Book Festival Combine for 10-Day Event in 2019

The celebration will illuminate the city with literature and lights next fall.

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Marylanders, Today is Your Last Chance to Same-Day Register and Early Vote

Election Day is Nov. 6, but Thursday is the final day to register for this year’s election.

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The Community That Saved Clayworks

This Baltimore ceramics institution in Mt. Washington celebrates one year under new leadership.

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Steve Geppi Unveils Collection at Library of Congress For the First Time

Baltimore magazine publisher offers a preview of rare comic art that goes on display next week.


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Baltimore Reacts to the Deadly Synagogue Shooting in Pittsburgh

The Baltimore Hebrew Congregation held a special service on Sunday morning to mourn.

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Baltimore Kids Show Off Their Skills at Living Classrooms Talent Show

UA House at Fayette hosts the first-ever event thanks to a grant from Lights on AfterSchool.

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Tom Flacco Is Tired of Being Compared to His Older Brother

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New High-Rise Apartments and Shopping Planned for 900 Fleet Street

The Harbor East building will be newest addition to growing list of apartments in the area.

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New Book Revives the Story of a Social Justice Heroine

Author Ross Jones talks Elisabeth Gilman's past and what she might think of the present.

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How a Beach Trip With My Grandkids Taught Me to Let Go

With the help, and in loving memory, of Sticky and Gummy.


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Why Now Is The Perfect Moment For Gaia's Divine Mural

Support is pouring in for the new work on East Preston Street celebrating the queer icon.

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All 11 of the Ravens Record-Setting Sacks, Ranked

Suggs and company are looking like the best Ravens defense since 2000.

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One-Hundred Black Men in Baltimore Offer Their “Take on America” Tonight

First episode in a new OZY Media Town Hall series focused on race in the U.S. airs this evening.

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What You Need To Know About the Druid Hill Park Restoration

New project will improve Druid Lake water quality and add 14 acres to park.

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The neighborhood entices more entrepreneurs to test out retail concepts.

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