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  • Baltimore to unveil new Grand Prix contract

    Baltimore to unveil new Grand Prix contract
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's administration has struck a five-year deal with a new team to manage the Baltimore Grand Prix race, including new safeguards designed to insulate the city from losses — a provision crafted after last year's financial...
  • Raucous parties at Bolton Hill lodge draw complaints

    Bolton Hill community leaders pleaded with Baltimore zoning officials Tuesday to prevent a fraternal lodge from holding late-night parties, saying that the raucous gatherings are destroying the character of the neighborhood. City Councilman William H....
  • Bill would require notification before cutting down city trees

    Bill would require notification before cutting down city trees
    Baltimore City Council members introduced a bill Monday that they say would close the "loophole" that allowed contractors to cut down dozens of trees along city streets without proper public notification in preparation for the Baltimore Grand Prix....
  • Janitors rally for higher wages

    Dozens of union janitors and their supporters rallied at the Inner Harbor on Wednesday evening to call for higher wages. The office cleaners, members of the Service Employees International Union, have been negotiating a new contract since Sept. 8 with...
  • Deal would raise 700 janitors' wages in Baltimore by 4%

    A bargaining committee late Sunday struck an agreement that would give 4 percent annual raises to 700 Baltimore janitors after the office cleaners held a protest in downtown Baltimore earlier this month. The office cleaners, members of the Service...
  • Survey: Grand Prix fell short of spending projections

    Survey: Grand Prix fell short of spending projections
    Baltimore Grand Prix attendees spent as much as $25 million — far short of the $70 million projected by race organizers, according to an economic impact survey released this week. In their report, two Maryland professors also found about three-...
  • Facing write-in challenge for council, Branch steps up campaign

    Facing write-in challenge for council, Branch steps up campaign
    City Councilman Warren Branch knows that the pavement in front of Lucinda Saunders' East Baltimore rowhouse is cracked and that the 75-year-old retiree can't afford a $300 fine from the city. Branch is familiar with her plight because he was in Saunders'...
  • Baltimore janitors union approves contract including 4% raise

    After weeks of negotiations and a protest downtown, the union representing about 700 Baltimore janitors has approved a new contract granting 4 percent annual pay raises. Union members passed the agreement unanimously, spokeswoman Julie Karant said in an...
  • Homeless find support in Occupy Baltimore camp

    Homeless find support in Occupy Baltimore camp
    Marcus Clary beams when he shows off his new home by the Inner Harbor. The place isn't much, just an orange tent under a blue tarp that fits four, but it's the best digs by far he's had in three weeks. Before, he was at a homeless shelter. "At the...
  • City Council candidates still raising, spending for November

    At a time when campaigns in Baltimore usually are over, candidates in two City Council races are spending thousands of dollars battling to win the Nov. 8 general election. In East Baltimore's 13th District, Councilman Warren Branch has spent more than...
  • Grand Prix 'struggling' financially, facing suits over unpaid bills

    Grand Prix 'struggling' financially, facing suits over unpaid bills
    Organizers of the Baltimore Grand Prix are grappling with mounting financial problems, including a missed loan payment to the state and lawsuits alleging nearly $1.6 million in unpaid bills — raising questions about their ability to host next year's...