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‘We’ve got some work to do at home’

August “Augie” Chiasera, president of the Greater Baltimore/Chesapeake Regions at M&T Bank, remembers watching the riots erupt in April and being jarred by what he saw. Chiasera said watching the violence, which engulfed parts of the city in reaction to ...

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Judge denies prosecutors’ request to block release of evidence in Freddie Gray case

A Baltimore judge won’t prohibit defense attorneys from releasing evidence in the high-profile Freddie Gray case. Baltimore City Circuit Judge Barry Williams denied State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s motion for a protective order Friday, citing insufficient cause to grant such a ...

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As discovery continues in Freddie Gray case, so will filing of defense motions

In the span of two recent business days, lawyers representing the Baltimore police officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray filed one motion seeking to force city prosecutors to hand over information from their independent investigation and ...

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24 seek SBA loans for Baltimore riots damage

The U.S. Small Business Administration says it has received 24 applications for loans to repair property damaged by rioting in Baltimore in April. The agency said Monday that the applications submitted by Friday’s deadline totaled $18,300. City officials say rioters ...

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Baltimore’s next police chief faces demoralized department

Baltimore’s next police commissioner will have a daunting to-do list: quell a surge in homicides, rebuild trust between officers and the public, win the confidence of a demoralized and alienated department, and keep the peace when the explosive Freddie Gray ...

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