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Baltimore Housing

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  • Audit finds 'widespread discrepancies' in Baltimore energy bill aid

    Audit finds 'widespread discrepancies' in Baltimore energy bill aid
    Baltimore has approved $6.2 million in questionable payments meant to help poor families pay their energy bills, including grants to three dozen households that aren't even in the city, according to a new audit.
  • NAACP opening satellite office in Sandtown-Winchester

    NAACP opening satellite office in Sandtown-Winchester
    Hours after riots engulfed one of the city's most-troubled areas, the national NAACP says it will open a satellite office in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood. The office will be supported by the National NAACP and its legal department to offer...

    Three-alarm fire engulfs senior center under construction

    Three-alarm fire engulfs senior center under construction
    A community center and apartments being built across the street from the Southern Baptist Church in East Baltimore were ablaze Monday night — a huge, raging fire visible from blocks away. Firefighters were called at 8:49 p.m. to the three-alarm...

    Our say: Hogan can't reverse agency's move

    Our say: Hogan can't reverse agency's move
    Gov. Larry Hogan, like most politicians from Anne Arundel County, opposed moving the Department of Housing and Community Development from a serviceable state-owned building in Crownsville to new, costly leased quarters near the New Carrollton Metro...

    After long debate, state agency begins move from Anne Arundel to Prince George's

    After long debate, state agency begins move from Anne Arundel to Prince George's
    A state agency's move from Crownsville to Lanham has been completed as scheduled despite public opposition from Gov. Larry Hogan and a last minute appeal from County Executive Steve Schuh. The Department of Housing and Community Development moved to its...