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  • Rawlings-Blake: I won't let violent weekend deter my resolve

    Rawlings-Blake: I won't let violent weekend deter my resolve
    Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Tuesday that the city would continue stepped-up efforts to quell crime after this weekend's violence, including three killings, and she called on the community to help. "I'm not going to let a violent weekend...
  • Gang members quelled riots, should stop Baltimore's bleeding

    Gang members quelled riots, should stop Baltimore's bleeding
    Here's an idea: Let's have Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young call on those gang members who helped quell violence on Riot Monday to help quell violence the other 364 days of the year. There were two more shootings Monday night,...
  • Who's in charge?

    Who's in charge?
    Baltimoreans woke this morning saddened and unsettled by the wanton destruction that engulfed much of the city the night before. Just hours after 25-year-old Freddie Gray was laid to rest amid calls for peaceful protest against the treatment of the city's...
  • Big business and the inner city

    Big business and the inner city
    On Monday night, as City Council members pressed Baltimore officials on the costs of the recent rioting that damaged 350 businesses and cost the city untold amounts in expenses for police, fire fighters and clean-up crews, the region's business leaders...
  • Baltimore will tally cost of civil unrest, seek to drive economic development

    Baltimore City Council members called Monday for additional study into the amount of money the recent unrest will cost the city and what more can be done to bring economic development to struggling neighborhoods. Council Vice President Edward Reisinger...
  • Baltimore officials seek funds, tips in killing of McKenzie Elliott

    Baltimore officials seek funds, tips in killing of McKenzie Elliott
    Baltimore officials are raising money to increase the reward for information in the killing of 3-year-old McKenzie Elliott, who was struck by a stray bullet in Waverly last summer. City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke and roughly 20 other officials,...
  • West Baltimore block party provides relief, resources

    West Baltimore block party provides relief, resources
    Jacqueline Andrews stood admiring as a bright pink butterfly took shape on her granddaughter's face Saturday, and reminisced about watching her Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood reclaim its civility. In the past week, the market and the laundromat that...
  • Build a dirt bike park and build trust between city youth, police.

    Build a dirt bike park and build trust between city youth, police.
    Many solutions for addressing the problems in Baltimore's African American community have been advanced, most notably the commentary by City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young in The Sun on May 1 ("Solutions, not excuses, for Baltimore post Freddie...
  • After Freddie Gray death, U.S. starts civil rights probe of Baltimore police

    After Freddie Gray death, U.S. starts civil rights probe of Baltimore police
    The nation's top law enforcement officials are likely to have a watchful presence over Baltimore police for the next few years, as the U.S. Department of Justice examines whether officers commonly use excessive force and violate residents'...
  • Summer jobs for city youth

    Summer jobs for city youth
    I read with interest Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young's recent op-ed on the need for more job opportunities for youth ("Solutions, not excuses, for Baltimore post Freddie Gray," April 30). As I've spoken with community leaders,...
  • What was Rawlings-Blake waiting for?

    What was Rawlings-Blake waiting for?
    Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake asked the Department of Justice to conduct a full-scale civil rights investigation of Baltimore's police department, the kind of thorough probe that, in other cities, has led to court-mandated reforms. What took her...