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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.

The Chatter

The New York Times Publishes “The Tragedy of Baltimore”

ProPublica’s Alec MacGillis digs deep into city’s violence and police corruption.

The Chatter

Baltimore Beat Returns as Digital-Only Publication

With a new financial model, the outlet reimagines the future of local journalism.

The Chatter

Capital Gazette Staff Among Time Magazine’s Person of the Year Honorees

Both the dead and the survivors are honored as “The Guardians” fighting the “War on Truth.”

News & Community

Keeping It Real

In the age of consolidated media companies, what sets The Real News Network apart?

The Chatter

Three Maryland Newspaper Groups Unite to Form the Chesapeake News Guild

The Capital Gazette, Carroll County Times, and Baltimore Sun Media Group urge Tribune to recognize group as a union.

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.

News & Community

Donna Hamilton Reflects on Her Career in Broadcast Journalism

The WBAL-TV news anchor discusses her retirement.

News & Community

Lisa Snowden-McCray Discusses Starting the Baltimore Beat

The alt-weekly's editor-in-chief talks about the local media landscape.

The Chatter

Baltimore Magazine Names Michael Teitelbaum as President

Teitelbaum brings his expertise in digital media and content marketing to the publication.

News & Community

Cameo: April Ryan

We talk to the White House correspondent and CNN political analyst.

The Chatter

Officials Question Validity Of Book On Baltimore’s Drug War

University of Maryland professor says lessons should be learned from Pill City.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: October 2016

We review The Boys of Dunbar and The Life of Kings.

News & Community

Longtime Baltimore Sun Editor John Carroll Dies at 73

Carroll leaves a legacy of journalistic integrity after storied newspaper career.

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