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  • Grand Prix to plant more trees than it cuts

    Grand Prix to plant more trees than it cuts
    Baltimoreans — at least some of them — care passionately about their trees. One thousand of them signed onto an online petition by late Wednesday calling on City Hall to "halt the clear-cutting" of trees downtown so race fans could get a...
  • Camden Yards vendors will have to move for Grand Prix

    Camden Yards vendors will have to move for Grand Prix
    For a dozen years, Bill Kohlhepp has sold hot dogs off the grill and soda to hungry baseball and football fans downtown. His tent is in an ideal spot to grab the attention of spectators streaming toward Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium: on the...
  • Baltimore City Council wants say on school board members

    In its last meeting before the September primary election, the Baltimore City Council unanimously passed a resolution calling on state legislators to give the council input in the selection of school board members. Councilman Bill Henry, the resolution's...
  • Baltimore Grand Prix: Baltimoreans weigh whether to party or flee the crowds

    Baltimore Grand Prix: Baltimoreans weigh whether to party or flee the crowds
    The 26th-floor Terrace Club of 100 E. Pratt St. offers a bird's-eye view of the straights of the Baltimore Grand Prix racecourse. A menu, featuring assorted hot entrees, pastries, eggs, salads and mini sandwiches, has been planned. And 200 guests have...
  • Young campaigns to keep council presidency

    Young campaigns to keep council presidency
    Campaigning on foot along a stretch of tidy brick rowhouses in East Baltimore, joined by a small entourage of family members, campaign consultants and volunteers, City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young rarely needs an introduction. "Whassup,...
  • 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...