New Lexington Market faces familiar foes — crime and urban decay

Standing outside Baltimore’s historic Lexington Market along Eutaw Street, Robert Carter, 64, ticked off a list of different stores in the area that have closed over the years. Dressed in a black kufi with thin red and green stripes, a black jacket, brown slacks and gray Under Armour sneakers, he named various businesses, like Sunny’s ...

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