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In the late 1960s, Baltimore began demolishing Black neighborhoods to make room for the ill-fated expressway.
State funding for city street maintenance expected to finally return.
Prosecutors have tried Keith Davis Jr. four times for the same murder without sustaining a conviction. Incarcerated since June 2015, Davis remains in jail awaiting a fifth trial while his wife fights for his freedom.
Political headwinds and city’s high homicide count are challenging the 37-year-old mayor’s plans to improve public safety.
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Twenty of the most pivotal events in Baltimore this year, in chronological order.
Military-grade surveillance keeps watch over Baltimore and city protests, but catches few criminals.
Statue near Little Italy becomes latest monument in the U.S. to fall.
Group calls on Mayor Young and Governor Hogan to act.
The 36-year-old City Council President rallies past Sheila Dixon to win Democratic mayoral primary.
City Council president leads by 388 votes as mail-in count continues.
ACLU tries to halt what it calls “Orwellian nightmare come to life.”
Legal professionals weigh in on the decision and the year-long ‘Healthy Holly’ scandal.
Developers and city leaders talk safety and environmental concerns as work gets underway.
The presidential candidate first visit to Baltimore was for private donor fundraising event.
Longest serving Senate president in state history has been battling cancer.
Amidst an expected announcement that he will seek election in 2020, we examine his initiatives.
Known as “Young Tommy,” D’Alesandro III presided over the city during tumultuous period, including the ’68 riots.
Election for Baltimore’s top office expected to shape up as a generational battle.
Rec and Parks-led initiative hopes to bring kids together in the name of friendly competition.
Former Rawlings-Blake staffer just bulked up his resume for 2020 bid.
The city councilman shares his favorite things.