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Maryland Historical Society Begins Cataloguing Coronavirus Testimonials

Photos and letters will be used for future exhibit detailing life in quarantine.
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Maryland Historical Society Begins Cataloguing Coronavirus Testimonials

Photos and letters will be used for future exhibit detailing life in quarantine.
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Political Candidates Adjust to Coronavirus Restrictions
Congressional and mayoral candidates rethink outreach efforts ahead of postponed elections.
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Political Candidates Adjust to Coronavirus Restrictions

Congressional and mayoral candidates rethink outreach efforts ahead of postponed elections.
 Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young outside his campaign office. Mike Morgan
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You Don't Know Jack
Jack  Young  may be Baltimore’s most unlikely modern mayor. Will he keep the job? 
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You Don't Know Jack

Jack  Young  may be Baltimore’s most unlikely modern mayor. Will he keep the job? 

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Baltimore City Takes on Trump after President’s Vitriolic Attacks

Donald Trump adds people of Baltimore, Rep. Elijah Cummings, Maryland Congressional District to growing list of black and brown targets.

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City Council Seeks to Address Trauma Crisis Among Baltimore Children

More than 56 percent of city children have experienced one or more major traumatic events.

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Baltimoreans Recount the Moon Landing on Its 50th Anniversary

For those around to see it, the Apollo 11 mission was an especially momentous occasion.


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Baltimore-Invented TV Camera Sent Moon Walk Images Around the World

Westinghouse engineer Stanley Lebar built the Apollo 11 lunar television camera.

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Leana Wen Ousted as President of Planned Parenthood

Former Baltimore City Health Commissioner, on job less than a year, was second physician to lead organization in 103-year history.

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A Month Before Woodstock, Led Zeppelin and The Guess Who Rocked the Laurel Pop Festival

Fifty years ago, music’s biggest names shared a stage in Laurel.

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Demolition of Baltimore City Detention Center Sparks Intense Debate

Demolition contract would see historic site razed and rehabilitation center installed in its place.

History & Politics

Eyes of the Law

In new book, former undercover cop Jim Cabezas details his career fighting corruption and blindness.

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Gerrymandering Decision Leaves Maryland Political Leaders Disappointed

After the Supreme Court ruling, calls for reform have increased on both sides of the aisle.


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Kamala Harris Campaign Staffers Adjust to Life in Baltimore

As Senator Kamala Harris’ campaign for president settles in, her staffers discover their new city.

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John Delaney Qualified for Presidential Debate. But Who is He?

Montgomery County businessman and former Maryland representative launched long-shot bid two years ago.

News & Community

Back on Track

The Baltimore Streetcar Museum rebuilds from an ironic accident.

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Pressing On

A year after the mass shooting, the Capital Gazette staff and family members have not moved on. They’ve kept on.

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Faces of Pride

On the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, we celebrate our city’s LGBTQ community.

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City Officials Assess the Damage from Ransomware Attack

As the government cyber attack presses on, local leaders are implementing workarounds.

On The Town

Drink Rum and Learn Something New with Johns Hopkins’ Homewood Museum

Explore the history of Maryland rum at the annual Evening of Traditional Beverages.

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Local Health Leaders React to Restrictive Abortion Laws

With a woman’s right to choose protected in Maryland, women’s rights advocates and citizens are reaffirming their support.

Sports

The Bid & The Kid

In 1979, a 19-year-old kid from Dundalk rode Spectacular Bid to Preakness glory.

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City Officials Express Concern Over Elon Musk’s Baltimore to D.C. Transit Plan

Before exploring intra-city transportation options, local leaders hope to address issues at home.

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