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  • City to buy last piece of Lexington Market

    City to buy last piece of Lexington Market
    The city has agreed to pay $2.86 million to buy the food court in Lexington Market, giving it full ownership of the entire Lexington Market complex for the first time since the 1980s.
  • City looks to turn Cross Street Market to private management

    City looks to turn Cross Street Market to private management
    The city could turn Cross Street Market over to a new manager next year, with the hope of remaking the down-on-its-heels South Baltimore institution into a vibrant shopping destination. City officials said they plan to ask developers in the next few...

    Demonstrators interrupt Baltimore monument lighting event

    Demonstrators interrupt Baltimore monument lighting event
    More than 100 protesters marched from the Inner Harbor to Mount Vernon on Thursday night to interrupt Baltimore's Washington Monument lighting with a peaceful but loud demonstration in the middle of the annual holiday event. The march followed...

    Baltimore approaching 200th homicide this year

    Baltimore approaching 200th homicide this year
    While overall violent crime is down this year, Baltimore is approaching the 200-homicide mark for the third straight year, a grim milestone pushed by surging violence in Northwest Baltimore. A man and a woman were killed this week in northwestern...

    A clear view of the monument and plenty to eat

    A clear view of the monument and plenty to eat
    If you were worried about the Washington Monument lighting being delayed by repairs, it wasn’t even close. The scaffolding that obscured the city landmark for most of the year was dismantled in early October, in plenty of time for workers to...