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Baltimore Will Honor Ray Lewis With a Parade This Weekend

This Saturday, Lewis will receive his Hall of Fame ring at M&T Bank Stadium.

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Baltimore Police Mounted Unit to Add Horses and State-of-the-Art Stable

City officials broke ground on $2.5 million stable at B&O Railroad Museum.

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Central Avenue Bridge Opens New Pathway to Harbor Point

After more than a year of anticipation, neighborhood businesses react to the opening.

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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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City College Lacrosse Team Plays On While Mourning Captain’s Murder

Services for 17-year-old Ray Glasgow III will be held this weekend.

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Baltimore City Announces New Opioid Treatment Initiative

The Levels of Care program will be rolled out in 11 Baltimore hospitals.

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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 Pugh Takes on Fox News’ Laura Ingraham

Fox News anchor grilled Baltimore mayor about gun control, education, and safety in 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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A Citywide Day of Service to Replace MLK Day Parade

Residents are encouraged to volunteer to celebrate the holiday.

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Bloomberg Donates $5 Million to Baltimore Police To Combat Violence

The BPD will receive new technology including additional cameras, license plate readers, and gunshot detection software.

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Baltimore Joins the SAFE Cities Network to Provide Legal Assistance for Immigrants

The city will offer pro bono legal counsel, education, and family safety planning for its residents.

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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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Local Leaders Call on Trump to Protect “Dreamers”

An Obama-era program to protect young immigrants is in jeopardy of being reversed.

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Shake and Bake Temporarily Shuts Its Doors

Locals react to the upcoming closure of the family fun center in Upton.

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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.

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Big Changes for the Baltimore AFRAM Festival

The annual festival has been downsized and relocated.

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