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  • Baltimore program connects farms and corner stores

    Baltimore program connects farms and corner stores
    At Linden Market in Reservoir Hill, shelves are heaped high with miniature pies, cupcakes, and candy. Three dozen flavors of salty snacks burst from cardboard boxes. Around the corner at the Whitelock Community Farm, deep green leaves of chard fan from...
  • Back Story: City's historic black cemetery was moved to Carroll

    Back Story: City's historic black cemetery was moved to Carroll
    Several weeks ago, a friend of mine told me about the old Laurel Cemetery in the city's Belair-Edison neighborhood that had once been the premier resting place for Baltimore's African-American community until disappearing when the site was redeveloped...
  • Golden Apple award recognizes city school volunteer

    Golden Apple award recognizes city school volunteer
    Cory McCray, whose children, ages 3 and 5, are too young to attend middle school, still spends many hours in the halls and classrooms of Northeast Middle School in Baltimore, where he volunteers. Recently, he helped the school start a student...
  • City ramps up battle against energy costs, overuse

    City ramps up battle against energy costs, overuse
    Valorie Cooley was "in a really bad place" a year ago, with a broken furnace and past-due heating bills she couldn't pay. Now her Baltimore home has a new furnace and a raft of energy-efficient improvements — including insulation in the attic...
  • Man wounded, dog killed in separate police-involved shootings

    Man wounded, dog killed in separate police-involved shootings
    A Baltimore police officer shot a man during a foot chase Wednesday, marking the second time in two days that a Northeast district officer fired a gun while in pursuit of a suspect. Just one person was injured in the separate shootings — the man...
  • Officer involved in Baltimore shooting identified

    Baltimore police identified the officer who shot a man in Belair-Edison on Wednesday afternoon as Calvin Moss, 44, who is assigned to the special enforcement section of the Northeast patrol division. Moss, a nine-year veteran of the force, is on the...
  • Man shot in Northeast Baltimore

    A man was shot Friday night in the 3100 block Cliftmont Ave. in the Belair-Edison neighborhood of Northeast Baltimore, according to police. The victim's identity was not released, but police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi reported the victim suffered gunshot...
  • Possible Baltimore road rage victim identified

    Possible Baltimore road rage victim identified
    Baltimore Police have identified a man killed in a possible road rage incident over the weekend. The man who died was identified as Leon Cannady, 36, of the 2900 block of Clifton Avenue in Walbrook, according to police. At about 2:55 a.m. Sunday, police...
  • A place to call home

    The Baltimore City Police Department employs more people than any other department of city government, yet most of its officers live outside the city. Many residents like the idea of police officers living in their communities because they view them as...
  • Miracle on Main Streets kicks off Wednesday

    Miracle on Main Streets kicks off Wednesday
    Shoppers who lined up at Sears on Thanksgiving and braved Walmart before dawn on Black Friday might want a change of pace, city officials are hoping. With the Miracle on Main Streets campaign, the city hopes to encourage holiday shopping in Baltimore's...
  • Survey shows fewer Maryland children suffered lead poisoning in 2011

    Survey shows fewer Maryland children suffered lead poisoning in 2011
    Fewer children were poisoned by lead-based paint in 2011 than in any year since Maryland began tracking cases nearly two decades ago, prompting the state to expand its focus to newer rental properties and owner-occupied homes. A survey released...