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  • Baltimore prosecutors refer to lack of seat belt, probable cause in outline of Freddie Gray charges

    Baltimore prosecutors refer to lack of seat belt, probable cause in outline of Freddie Gray charges
    In the most detailed explanation of the charges against six police officers in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray yet filed in court, prosecutors say the officers failed to belt the 25-year-old Baltimore man into the back of a police van, and lacked...
  • Frederick Konopik Jr.

    Frederick Konopik Jr.
    Frederick Joseph "Fritz" Konopik Jr., the retired general manager of Curtis Bay Coast Guard Yard, died of complication from liver disease June 2 at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 85 and lived in Linthicum. Born at his parents' home on Locust...
  • White suburbanites care about city, too

    White suburbanites care about city, too
    When community activists make claims that too many city police officers are from areas outside the city are they rushing to judgment? Here's my true story along with a little of my Baltimore family history. Upon becoming another young white suburban...
  • Benjamin Yingling-Amy Wallace

    Benjamin Yingling-Amy Wallace
    Mardis and Cynthia Wallace, of Millers, announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Wallace, of Millers, to Benjamin Yingling, of Westminster, son of John and Sharon Yingling, of Westminster. The bride- to- be is a graduate of University of...
  • Artscape 2015 draws big-name headliners for three-day event

    Artscape 2015 draws big-name headliners for three-day event
    George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic will be the headliners at this year's Artscape festival, topping an entertainment schedule that will also include performances by The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, Michael Franti & Spearhead and Trombone Shorty...
  • Inner city arts program needed again

    Inner city arts program needed again
    On June 4, I attended the funeral of Norman Ross whom I worked for as the graphic artist of the Cultural Arts Program and whose obituary by Jacques Kelly also appeared that day ("Norman E. Ross," June 3). One minor correction, I'd make: The article stated...
  • Supreme Court backs president's foreign policy powers in passport dispute

    Supreme Court backs president's foreign policy powers in passport dispute
    — In striking down a law that allowed Americans born in Jerusalem to have their birthplace recorded as "Israel," the Supreme Court on Monday bolstered the constitutional role of the president in setting the nation's foreign policy. In a 6-3 ruling,...
  • After cleanup from Baltimore riots, some fear economic scars will linger

    After cleanup from Baltimore riots, some fear economic scars will linger
    After Monday's rioting, Attman's Delicatessen lost a catering event, about $1,000 in convention-related sales and half its usual Tuesday sales, said Marc Attman, owner of the Lombard Street landmark. But Attman, whose family's 100-year-old shop survived...
  • Officer requests to see knife as part of defense in Freddie Gray case

    Officer requests to see knife as part of defense in Freddie Gray case
    A defense attorney for one of the six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray is challenging prosecutors' claim that Gray was falsely arrested, and filed a motion Tuesday demanding to inspect the knife Gray carried. The motion was the first...
  • City's first youth poet laureate wants to use voice to discuss social justice

    City's first youth poet laureate wants to use voice to discuss social justice
    Growing up biracial in Baltimore, Derick Ebert said he's still trying to define his identity. He uses his poetry to find his place. In a city that grapples with racial divides — the police commissioner has decried 1950s-era racism and Mayor...
  • Civil rights historian aims to reform NCAA 'cartel'

    Civil rights historian aims to reform NCAA 'cartel'
    When he's not looking beyond the basketball court — and contemplating who is getting rich from college athletics and, more pointedly, who is not —Taylor Branch still enjoys the games. "I watch the March Madness tournaments sporadically," the...