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Mayor Catherine Pugh
Baltimore’s “squeegee kids” have been a source of hot debate and off-and-on concern for decades.
City council members Zeke Cohen and Ryan Dorsey have called for Pugh’s resignation.
Baltimore joins a growing number of cities nationwide to de-emphasize marijuana.
A Violent Crime Joint Operations Center will open in Baltimore City.
With a nod to New York magazine, check out our guide to some of the most Baltimore moments from the past year.
After being the face of the BPD for three years, Smith calls it quits.
This Saturday, Lewis will receive his Hall of Fame ring at M&T Bank Stadium.
City officials broke ground on $2.5 million stable at B&O Railroad Museum.
After more than a year of anticipation, neighborhood businesses react to the opening.
Darryl De Sousa is charged with misdemeanors for failure to file taxes.
Services for 17-year-old Ray Glasgow III will be held this weekend.
The Levels of Care program will be rolled out in 11 Baltimore hospitals.
The list is comprised of 100 black women who inspiring change in the world.
The Avenue will debut on April 21 and feature students discussing topics relevant to Baltimore.
Fox News anchor grilled Baltimore mayor about gun control, education, and safety in Baltimore.
With record-high homicides in 2017, Mayor Pugh wants accelerated results.
The Massachusetts-based program will help high-risk young adults.
Residents are encouraged to volunteer to celebrate the holiday.
The BPD will receive new technology including additional cameras, license plate readers, and gunshot detection software.
The city will offer pro bono legal counsel, education, and family safety planning for its residents.
Sagamore Development keeps promise to bring commercial investment to the city.
An Obama-era program to protect young immigrants is in jeopardy of being reversed.