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  • Clarke: Council right to push back on Thornton's cuts

    Clarke: Council right to push back on Thornton's cuts
    Willy Sutton robbed banks "because that's where the money is." The City Council fights school-based layoffs because that's where the children are ("City Council: All bark but no bite on school layoffs," June 11). And our children bond with the people they trust, not with the 59 funded "positions" such caring people have lost.
  • Last blighted home on Tivoly Avenue demolished

    Last blighted home on Tivoly Avenue demolished
    Sweating in the 95-degree heat, Ralph Stewart guided the excavator's giant claw through the rowhouse's porch roof at 2783 Tivoly Ave. on the city's east side. As the structure crumbled, the assembled crowd of politicians, neighborhood leaders and city...

    Bill would crack down on noisy parties

    Bill would crack down on noisy parties
    On weekends, Nancy Charlow often looks out the window of her home in Charles Village and sees members of the fraternity house next door playing beer pong. As the day goes on, "the boys get louder and the language gets fouler," Charlow said, and by...

    Rawlings-Blake to announce $4.2 million in after-school funding

    Rawlings-Blake to announce $4.2 million in after-school funding
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake plans to announce Monday that $4.2 million in additional funding will be allocated for after-school and summer school programs, potentially affecting several thousand students. "It's important that we're supporting our...

    Baltimore City Council probes CitiStat agency that aims to improve government

    Baltimore City Council probes CitiStat agency that aims to improve government
    After hearing complaints from residents about potholes and other quality-of-life issues, City Council members demanded answers Monday from the Cabinet official whose agency uses data to monitor city services. CitiStat Director Mark Grimes fielded...