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Group: Data shows riots didn’t slow Baltimore housing market

Despite concerns April 2015’s riots would damage Baltimore’s housing market for the foreseeable future, recent numbers suggest that’s not happening. Live Baltimore, an organization that promotes living in the city, using data from Multiple Listing Service, has found sales in ...

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Report: Baltimore police disorganized in response to riot (access required)

A newly released after-action report shows the Baltimore Police Department was underprepared and disorganized during the protests and rioting that followed the death of Freddie Gray. The report, “Lessons Learned from the 2015 Civil Unrest in Baltimore,” was conducted by ...

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Baltimore tourism officials point to promising signs (access required)

As they work to rebuild the city’s image following April’s riots, Baltimore tourism officials could look back — and forward — to some good news. In 2014, 24.5 million people visited Baltimore, an increase of 2.5 percent over the previous ...

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After Baltimore riots and crime spike, mayor under fire (access required)

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake climbed onto the deck of an abandoned row house in Tuesday’s sweltering summer heat and promised that “better is coming” as she promoted the restoration of a blighted block not far from where riots broke out ...

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