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Tag Archives: Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

Bernstein’s swearing in well attended

Baltimore City State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein took his ceremonial oath of office Tuesday evening at a grand courthouse gathering that brimmed with optimism about the new top prosecutor while acknowledging the difficulty of his task. The first such event since ...

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Purple passion invades the halls of local government (access required)

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman announced Tuesday afternoon that for the next week, he has banned the use of the word “chief.” For now, the two chiefs on his payroll — Police Chief Bill McMahon and Fire Chief Bill Goddard ...

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Ravens logo sprayed onto War Memorial Plaza (access required)

In celebration of making it into the playoffs, the Baltimore Ravens' painting crew came out to War Memorial Plaza in front of City Hall Tuesday morning to spray paint the team logo in the grass. Others in attendance were Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Ravens' mascot Poe and team cheerleaders.

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Commissioner Bealefeld doesn’t address police settlements

At a Monday press conference to tout last year’s decrease in violent crime and to call for tougher sentences for gun offenders, Baltimore Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III refused to answer questions about police behavior that has cost city ...

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Rawlings-Blake, Bealefeld tout gun violence decline (access required)

Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld held a press conference at the Police Administration Building Monday, where they spoke on the decline of gun violence in Baltimore over the past few years. And while the decline has shown progress, both admit there's much more that can be done.

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The Daily Record’s top 10 online stories of 2010

Alongside our top 20 stories of the year series, selected by the editorial staff, that runs in Friday’s paper, we thought we would also give you the top 10 stories that you found most interesting in 2010. Using web analytics and ...

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Editorial: Secrecy is not an option

Who’s telling the truth? The City of Baltimore says Yakov Shapiro demanded secrecy as a condition of settling his wrongful-arrest lawsuit for $200,000. Shapiro’s lawyer says the city insisted on a “gag order,” and provided copies of correspondence that seem ...

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The Daily Record’s top 20 stories of 2010

No. 1: The blizzards With bread, milk and toilet paper nearly cleared from local store shelves, flakes began to fall on the metro region the evening of Feb. 5. What followed was labeled historic and expensive with a Biblical twist ...

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