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  • 10 years after the national title, Juan Dixon says he's 'going to get back to the NBA'

    10 years after the national title, Juan Dixon says he's 'going to get back to the NBA'
    The biggest overachiever in Maryland basketball history -- maybe in the modern college game -- is trying to beat the odds again. At age 33, a decade after leading the Terps to the NCAA men's championship, three years removed from his last NBA game and...
  • Next Baltimore election delayed for 1 year

    Next Baltimore election delayed for 1 year
    The General Assembly on Monday night put the final touch on a measure that delays Baltimore's next local election by a year — aligning the city's voting cycle with the presidential schedule and allowing a one-time, five-year term for...
  • Shoes? Furs? Gift cards? Sheila Dixon ready to be roasted

    Shoes? Furs? Gift cards? Sheila Dixon ready to be roasted
    The purloined gift cards. The fur coats. The bicycling tours of the city with staffers.  And, of course, the famous shoe incident. Former mayor Sheila Dixon's tenure in City Hall is ripe with material for comedians.  On Thursday, seven comics and local...
  • Former mayor Dixon roasted for charity

    Former mayor Dixon roasted for charity
    Former Mayor Sheila Dixon listened intently, scribbling notes on a legal pad, just as she had in countless meetings. But the topics of conversation Thursday evening were not those that were discussed in City Hall — at least not to her face. Dixon...
  • 2011: A re-wind

    2011: A re-wind
    Fast cars zipped around downtown Baltimore streets and, it turns out, the race promoters' financial messes. A robocall that urged voters to relax and stay home led jurors to a vote of their own: guilty of election fraud. We bade farewell to an iconic...
  • Groups vie to run Baltimore Grand Prix in 2012

    Groups vie to run Baltimore Grand Prix in 2012
    Several groups are angling to seize control of Baltimore's Grand Prix as city officials seek a new management team in the wake of the financial collapse of the company that organized the inaugural race. At least two teams — each headed by a...
  • Baltimore Police hire ex-DEA, Homeland Security official to oversee internal affairs

    Baltimore Police hire ex-DEA, Homeland Security official to oversee internal affairs
    The Baltimore Police Department has hired a former DEA official and presidential appointee to head internal investigations, a move that the signals the agency's desire to get tougher on police misconduct. Grayling Williams starts today in his new...
  • Report: Mayor's husband reports another attempted car break-in

    For the second time in 15 months, the husband of Baltimore's mayor says someone tried to break into one of their personal vehicles.  According to a report on North Baltimore Patch, on Jan. 8 at around 1 a.m., Kent Blake rpeorted that someone had...
  • Sources: Rawlings-Blake administration demanded Young return tickets to Ravens game

    Sources: Rawlings-Blake administration demanded Young return tickets to Ravens game
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's administration asked Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young to return his tickets to the city's skybox at Sunday's Ravens game, following his criticism of the Baltimore Grand Prix, a source close to Young said. The...
  • City Council president says he'll pay back Ray Lewis for tickets to private skybox

    City Council president says he'll pay back Ray Lewis for tickets to private skybox
    City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young promised Wednesday to pay Ray Lewis for tickets to the Ravens linebacker's private skybox at Sunday's sold-out playoff game, saying he wanted to follow an ethics law the City Council approved just four months...
  • When should Baltimoreans vote? Once again, officials battle over proposals for change

    City and state leaders and voting rights advocates agree on this: After last year's abysmal voter turnout, Baltimore's odd election cycle should be changed to lure more people to the polls and save millions of dollars. But a fierce battle is brewing over...