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  • Vote, even if your councilman doesn't

    Vote, even if your councilman doesn't
    Let's stipulate from the start that there's more to being a City Council member than voting in committee hearings. They need to help constituents with everything from getting potholes filled to navigating the city's permit process. They mediate neighborhood disputes, they serve on boards and commissions, and they attend community association meetings. It would be understandable if all those other commitments, plus family and professional ones — this is, after all, supposed to be a part-time job — caused them to miss a vote or two here and there.
  • Rawlings-Blake to focus State of the City speech on small businesses

    Rawlings-Blake to focus State of the City speech on small businesses
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake plans to make bolstering small business a focus of Monday's State of the City speech, pledging more funding for the city's Small Business Resource Center and $1 million for an "innovation fund" to help small firms acquire...

    Baltimore's development boom leads to loss in school aid

    Baltimore's development boom leads to loss in school aid
    With development booming in Baltimore, the city's property wealth grew by more than $1.3 billion last year — by far the fastest rate in Maryland. But those gains have come with a cost: deep cuts in state aid to city schools. The proposed state...

    Tribune Media sells Port Covington property for $46.5M

    Tribune Media sells Port Covington property for $46.5M
    Tribune Media Co. said Monday it sold its 60-acre Port Covington parcel known as Sun Park, which includes The Baltimore Sun's printing plant, to an undisclosed buyer for $46.5 million. The sale — the second major land deal in the waterfront area...

    Kevin Plank-backed Port Covington deals fuel new speculation for possible campus

    Kevin Plank-backed Port Covington deals fuel new speculation for possible campus
    Under Armour founder Kevin Plank started discussing expansion plans for the Baltimore-based sport apparel company seven years ago. With just over $600 million in revenue, Under Armour was looking for sites for a new corporate campus. "The Under Armour...