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  • Police identify two East Baltimore murder victims

    Police identify two East Baltimore murder victims
    Baltimore police identified the victims of a Thursday night shooting in East Baltimore as two men from Northwest Baltimore, both of whom are expected to be added to a growing homicide tally four days into the new year. Police said the victims were Daries...
  • Pushing for a 'brighter, better Belair Road'

    Pushing for a 'brighter, better Belair Road'
    When Baltimore restaurateur Casey Jenkins opens the Birdland Sports Bar & Grill on Belair Road this month, it will be one of a few sit-down restaurants along the commercial strip. But he, and many others, hope it won't be the last. City, county and...
  • Man killed in stabbing on Greenmount Avenue

    Man killed in stabbing on Greenmount Avenue
    Police are trying to identify a man found fatally stabbed Wednesday night on Greenmount Avenue.  Officers working in the 2800 block of Greenmount Avenue were flagged down at about 7 p.m. by a citizen who told them a man was lying in the street at East...
  • 3 men injured in shootings, stabbing in Northeast Baltimore

    3 men injured in shootings, stabbing in Northeast Baltimore
    Three men were injured in two separate shootings and a stabbing in Northeast Baltimore Thursday afternoon and evening, police said. A 20-year-old man was shot in the abdomen in Baltimore's Coldstream Homestead Montebello neighborhood. Police found the...
  • Some in city to get trash cans on wheels to fight rats

    Some in city to get trash cans on wheels to fight rats
    Baltimore plans to give more than 9,000 households huge plastic trash cans on wheels — complete with tracking devices to prevent theft — under a pilot program that, if successful, could lead to a $10 million citywide expansion. The plan is...
  • Trash can pilot program approved for 9,250 Baltimore households

    Trash can pilot program approved for 9,250 Baltimore households
    Baltimore City will spend nearly $578,000 on a pilot program to provide large trash cans to 9,250 households, following approval by the city's spending panel Wednesday. The Board of Estimates awarded the project — designed to control the city's...
  • Baltimore kicks off neighborhood holiday shopping campaign

    Baltimore kicks off neighborhood holiday shopping campaign
     Baltimore will kick off its annual "Miracle on Main Streets" holiday shopping campaign Thursday in an effort to encourage residents to shop in the city's nine Main Street neighborhoods. The coordinated promotion among the neighborhoods features special...
  • Shootings injure 2 men

    Shootings injure 2 men
    Two men were shot — one in the leg and one in the stomach — in Baltimore on Wednesday evening. A 26-year-old was shot in the leg in the 3200 block of Dudley Ave. in Belair-Edison, around 6:20 p.m., police said. He was taken to an area...
  • Park Heights homicide is city's 218th, surpassing 2012 count

    Park Heights homicide is city's 218th, surpassing 2012 count
    A 26-year-old killed in West Baltimore on Thursday night was the city's 218th murder this year, surpassing the city's total homicides in 2012. It's the second consecutive year that the homicide count is on the rise in Baltimore. In 2011, Baltimore saw...
  • Police arrest 2 in Belair-Edison attempted robbery

    Police arrest 2 in Belair-Edison attempted robbery
    Police arrested two men in Baltimore's Belair-Edison neighborhood Tuesday afternoon after they allegedly attempted to rob a couple at their Mayfield Avenue home. Tevin Graham, 19, and Traqwan Pipkins, 19, were running from the back of a home in the 2800...
  • Baltimore police reverse stance on cutting back on use of Twitter

    Baltimore police reverse stance on cutting back on use of Twitter
    The Baltimore Police Department reversed course Monday on a shift away from using its popular Twitter page to notify the public about shooting incidents, after news that "criminal-on-criminal" violence wouldn't always be disseminated brought an outcry...