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  • West Baltimore residents urge subsidy for Poppleton development

    West Baltimore residents urge subsidy for Poppleton development
    West Baltimore residents urged a City Council committee Thursday to approve a $58 million subsidy for a mixed-use development in the Poppleton neighborhood, saying it is urgently needed after last month's unrest. "We had trouble a few weeks ago in...
  • 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...
  • Bill to study crude oil shipments in Maryland stalled in Senate

    Bill to study crude oil shipments in Maryland stalled in Senate
    A bill that would have required the Maryland Department of the Environment to study the risks of increasingly common crude oil rail shipments through the state has stalled in the Senate after passing in the House, and will not move forward. The Senate...
  • Crude oil continues to flow through Maryland amid debate about safety

    Crude oil continues to flow through Maryland amid debate about safety
    Increasing worry about crude oil shipments through Maryland in recent years by state lawmakers, environmental activists and local residents has done little to slow those shipments down. Axeon Speciality Products moved nearly 57 million gallons of crude...
  • City agency director has law firm with state contract on the side

    City agency director has law firm with state contract on the side
    The director of Baltimore's floundering CitiStat agency has been operating a private legal practice that works for state government under a contract that could be worth nearly $1 million, according to public records. Aides to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-...
  • City Council approves new parking restrictions in Hampden

    City Council approves new parking restrictions in Hampden
    Visitors to popular Hampden restaurants, bars and shops this spring would find new parking limits on some local streets under a plan approved Monday by a divided Baltimore City Council. The council voted 9-3 to create new restrictions around the Rotunda...
  • Hampden parking restrictions get preliminary approval

    Hampden parking restrictions get preliminary approval
    A proposal to limit parking outside homes near a major shopping center redevelopment in Hampden won preliminary approval in a tight vote by a divided Baltimore City Council Monday night. The bill would create a resident-only parking zone in...
  • City seizes hundreds of artifacts from nonprofit group in Carroll Park

    City seizes hundreds of artifacts from nonprofit group in Carroll Park
    City officials on Monday seized hundreds of artifacts recovered during archaeological digs in Carroll Park from a nonprofit that had been charged with caring for the pre-Civil War items but alarmed officials by moving boxes of them to a storage locker...
  • Mayor, other city officials to receive raises in new year

    Mayor, other city officials to receive raises in new year
    The paychecks for Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young and other city elected officials are getting a little heavier. Under city law, elected officials get a 2.5 percent annual raise if workers in at...
  • City solicitor calls police body camera bill 'illegal'

    City solicitor calls police body camera bill 'illegal'
    The Rawlings-Blake administration argued Monday that a proposal to require police officers to wear body cameras is an illegal overreach of the City Council's authority. City Solicitor George Nilson, who reports to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, said...
  • Baltimore official who oversaw Circulator indicted on bribery, money-laundering charges

    Baltimore official who oversaw Circulator indicted on bribery, money-laundering charges
    A former city transportation official who ran the Charm City Circulator and water taxi programs has been federally indicted on charges that he took $90,000 in bribes — prompting city government to conduct a "thorough review of all internal...