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Governor Larry Hogan Announces New Initiative to Combat Violent Crime

A Violent Crime Joint Operations Center will open in Baltimore City.

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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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Mayor Catherine Pugh Named “Woke Woman” by Essence Magazine

The list is comprised of 100 black women who inspiring change in the world.

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New Youth-Led Programming Coming to CharmTV

The Avenue will debut on April 21 and feature students discussing topics relevant to Baltimore.

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Mayor Catherine Pugh Fires Police Commissioner Kevin Davis

With record-high homicides in 2017, Mayor Pugh wants accelerated results.

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Mayor Catherine Pugh Brings Anti-Violence Program to Baltimore

The Massachusetts-based program will help high-risk young adults.

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Goldman Sachs Invests $233 Million to Port Covington Redevelopment

Sagamore Development keeps promise to bring commercial investment to the city.

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Confederate Monuments in Baltimore “Quickly and Quietly” Removed

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

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Debate Over Confederate Statues Continues in Baltimore

Mayor Pugh and city residents call for removal of Confederate monuments.

Arts District

Big Changes for the Baltimore AFRAM Festival

The annual festival has been downsized and relocated.

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Local Environmentalists and Leaders Advocate for Paris Agreement

Pugh, Plank, Kamenetz, and Blue Water Baltimore commit to fight climate change.

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