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  • Hopkins' record of broken promises

    Given Johns Hopkins disappointing record for successfully rebuilding communities, I found it interesting to read the institution will invest $10 million to rebuild the Homewood community ("A new start for Hopkins," Dec. 9). I only hope they make good on...
  • When the heart says Baltimore and the head says D.C.

    When the heart says Baltimore and the head says D.C.
    Five years ago, I thought I might have to leave Baltimore. Not because I wanted to but because I thought I needed to. It was 2008. Like many employers, Urbanite magazine, where I worked, was feeling the effects of the Great Recession, so I would soon...
  • City launches circulator line from Hopkins Hospital to downtown

    City launches circulator line from Hopkins Hospital to downtown
    Baltimore added a third line to its free Charm City Circulator service Tuesday, with the launch of the new Green Route at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Green line will run from Hopkins Hospital through Fells Point and Harbor East before heading north to...
  • Police arrest four protesters outside Johns Hopkins Hospital

    Four protesters were arrested - one of whom was pepper-sprayed - near Johns Hopkins Hospital after police say they refused to follow officers' orders and shoved officers who attempted to disperse them.  Anthony Guglielmi, the Police Department's chief...
  • East Baltimore residents criticize nonprofit development at hearing

    The nonprofit group leading the $1.8 billion redevelopment of 88 acres north of the Johns Hopkins medical campus has failed to deliver on promises of jobs and housing after razing most of the neighborhood and relocating hundreds of families, a Baltimore...
  • Church group urges construction jobs for E. Balto. residents

    Church group urges construction jobs for E. Balto. residents
    A job advocacy group in East Baltimore plans to demand that the developer of a $1.8 billion redevelopment project north of Johns Hopkins medical campus hire more local residents for the next phase of construction, including work on a new public school and...
  • Baltimore has fewer than 200 killings for first time in decades

    Baltimore has fewer than 200 killings for first time in decades
    The annual number of killings in Baltimore has fallen below 200 for the first time in more than three decades, a symbolic threshold that seemed elusive for a crime-weary city just four years ago. As a new year begins, city officials say the decline is...
  • E. Baltimore residents rally for jobs at EBDI development

    E. Baltimore residents rally for jobs at EBDI development
    About 200 people shouted "Jobs! Jobs!" as they marched Tuesday through the streets of East Baltimore. Their voices grew louder and their numbers grew along the 10-block route to the headquarters of a nonprofit overseeing the $1.8 billion redevelopment...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday
    WEATHER Today's forecast calls for rain with a chance of thunderstorms this afternoon and a high temperature around 62 degrees. The low temperature is expected to be around 48 degrees tonight. TRAFFIC Here are today's morning traffic issues. FROM LAST...
  • Unemployed workers train to rebuild E. Balto. — and their lives

    Unemployed workers train to rebuild E. Balto. — and their lives
    Just north of the Johns Hopkins medical campus, in the Middle East section of East Baltimore — an area where hundreds of families were moved out and hundreds of homes were razed as part of a $1.8 billion urban renewal project — a new...
  • Hopkins president: University has moral obligation to city

    Hopkins president: University has moral obligation to city
    Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels told the Baltimore Development Corp. board Thursday that the academic powerhouse has a moral obligation to "share our bounty" with the city. Daniels said that he sees Hopkins students, faculty and...