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Michelle Harris

Michelle Harris is the digital content producer for Baltimore, where she has worked since 2013, covering news, community, sports, and beauty. As a native Baltimorean, she is a die-hard Ravens fan and passionate about local charity work. She’s a former esthetician and natural hair enthusiast with an affinity for makeup and Old Fashioneds.


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The Chatter

False Claims of Kinderman Passing Leads to Outpouring of Love

Beloved child entertainer John “Kinderman” Taylor is alive and accepting cards in hospice.

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Five Things to Know About New Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Bethesda native was selected by President Trump to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy.

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Gilman Alum Brandon Copeland to Host Free Football Camp

The New York Jets linebacker returns home to give back to the community.

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What You Need to Know About Bird Electric Scooters

After troubleshooting in other cities, the scooter-sharing company launches in Baltimore.

Ravens Watch

Hall of Famer Ray Lewis Set to Make Cameo in New Baltimore-Based Movie

The former Raven linebacker is testing his acting chops on the silver screen.

The Chatter

When Tragedy Strikes a Newsroom at the Capital Gazette

Local journalists weigh in on colleagues they lost and how reporters respond in crisis.

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Local Politicians and Voters Feel Primaries Could Be Turning Point for Baltimore

At a polling place in District 46, voters provide mixed reactions to local political climate.

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Local Organizations Struggle to Reunite Families Following Executive Order

Reunification programs worry about the “re-traumatizing” effects on refugee children.

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A New Hotel Pop-Up Concept Comes to Baltimore

With a unique business model, WhyHotel provides a hotel experience inside luxury apartments.

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Lou Catelli is Serious About Running for Mayor of Baltimore in 2020

The unofficial mayor of Hampden wants to be the official mayor of Baltimore.

On The Town

Merritt Clubs Participates in the World’s Largest Swim Lesson

On June 21, these Baltimore-area gyms will teach water safety to 500 people.

On The Town

Six Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth in Baltimore

From free breakfast to craft quilting, here’s how to celebrate the black Independence Day.

The Chatter

We Break Down The New York Times Podcast on Race and Policing in Baltimore

In a five-part series, “The Daily” chronicles police corruption through the lens of a grieving family.

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Enoch Pratt Free Library Eliminates Overdue Fines

At least 13,000 borrowers who had their cards blocked will be welcomed back.

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Scott Plank’s New Swim Club in Canton is Open for Business

War Horse Cities transforms the members-only club to a nightlife destination.

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Baltimore High School Students Show Off Coding Skills to Improve City Services

Following a showcase, one student was awarded an internship with the city.

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Siblings Krishanti and Thiru Vignarajah Discuss Running for Office Side by Side

The sister and brother are vying for Maryland governor and Baltimore state’s attorney.

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Baltimore County to Open the Kevin Kamenetz Arena

The equine arena and learning center offers programs for veterans.

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Baltimore Police Commissioner Resigns Amid Federal Charges

Darryl De Sousa is charged with misdemeanors for failure to file taxes.

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The Cardinal Keeler Regional Community School Aims to Revitalize West Baltimore

Archdiocese of Baltimore opens first school in the city in more than 50 years.

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