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  • Replacing Mr. Cole [Editorial]

    City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young is expected Tuesday to formally begin the process of finding a replacement for former Councilman William H. Cole IV, who resigned to become head of the Baltimore Development Corporation. Much is at stake for Mr. Cole's district, which encompasses a diverse array of neighborhoods and the city's central business district, but much is also at stake for the council itself to show that it has learned from the debacle that ensued last time it had a vacancy.
  • Baltimore mayoral race: What should we ask the candidates?

    Baltimore mayoral race: What should we ask the candidates?
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has no free shot in her attempt to win election to a post she inherited less than 18 months ago. She faces five challengers in the Democratic primary, including three current officeholders, a one-time chief of staff to Ms....

    Crowded fields, strong incumbents in City Council races

    The incumbent ditched a mayoral bid at the last minute, deciding instead to try to hang on to his seat representing parts of Charles Village, Oliver, Remington and Station North. His challengers include a community activist who hopes to be the...

    Young wins primary for Council president

    Young wins primary for Council president
    Bernard C. "Jack" Young, picked by his fellow City Council members last year to lead the panel, won the Democratic nomination Tuesday to keep the office for four more years. It was the first citywide campaign for Young, a 15-year veteran of the council....

    City Council needs fresh blood — and Republicans

    Reports are that less than 12 percent of eligible voters and about 22 percent of registered voters participated in the Baltimore primary election ("Election draws lowest turnout in history," Sept. 14). What a disgrace to a city with so many crucial...