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Rawlings-Blake to start first full term as mayor

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is preparing to be sworn in for her first full term as Baltimore’s mayor. Rawlings-Blake last month won Baltimore’s mayoral election, nearly two years after her predecessor stepped down amid scandal. Inaugural ceremonies are expected to start late ...

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EBDI head walks out of City Hall during meeting (access required)

A meeting to address construction and communication problems between residents of Middle East and East Baltimore Development Inc. was abruptly halted Tuesday after two top executives from EBDI walked out when a reporter showed up. EBDI’s CEO, Christopher Shea, and ...

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Council’s next EBDI hearing in November (access required)

An investigative hearing into the $1.8 billion redevelopment of Middle East by East Baltimore Development Inc. will continue at City Hall on Nov. 9. Councilman Carl Stokes adjourned a contentious three-hour hearing before the City Council’s Taxation, Finance and Economic ...

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Outreach program equips Baltimore City schools to help dyslexic students (access required)

Barry L. Gogel clearly remembers the moment in October 2007 when he decided to do what he could to help dyslexic children in Baltimore City’s public schools. Gogel was at a parental leadership meeting at the Jemicy School, in Owings ...

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Race for Baltimore mayor gets crowded as Frank Conaway joins in (access required)

With City Hall as a backdrop, Frank M. Conaway Sr. declared at noon on Monday his candidacy for mayor in what is looking like a crowded Democratic primary race on Sept. 13. Conaway, 78, a resident of Ashburton and the city’s ...

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Schaefer takes final tour of Baltimore (access required)

William Donald Schaefer, former governor of Maryland and mayor of Baltimore, took a final tour of Baltimore on Monday, one week after his death at age 89. The motorcade went to City Hall, the Inner Harbor and other places in around town allowing people to give a final salute to one of the most influential men in the city's history.

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