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- Mayor Catherine Pugh Celebrates After Inauguration Before her first full day on the job. Mayor Catherine Pugh joined hundreds of supporters for her inaugural party downtown.
- Community Reaction on Inauguration Day for Pugh The mayor wanted to spend some time with the people she was elected to serve and in fact she calls herself a servant-leader.
- The City Condemns Bell Foundry Building The Artists' Colony and Performance Space had been the subject of numerous complaints over the years and Oakland City officials are facing scrutiny over whether they should have taken action before the blaze. Many believe similar concerns led...
- West Point and the Naval Academy Exchange "Prisoners" for a Semester In a few days, cadets from West Point and midshipmen from the Naval Academy will take over downtown Baltimore for the 117th Army Navy game.
- A+ Achievement for 6 Md. Blue Ribbon Schools An A+ achievement for six outstanding Maryland public schools honored as Blue Ribbon schools.
- Manhunt Continues for Public Enemy No. 1 Baltimore City Police are desperate to find public enemy number one, a 19-year-old man who was captured on camera stabbing a 73-year-old man to death.
- Motion to Rename Columbus Day Fails to Pass The motion to rename Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day has failed to pass at a Baltimore City Council hearing Monday.
- MGM National Habor is Unlike Anything Md. Has Seen A new casino and resort opens in Maryland and it has a big name behind it.
- Councilwoman Rikki Spector Back on the Job After Attack After being thrown on a concrete pavement and punched in the face during attempted carjacking, 80-year-old councilwomen Rikki Spector is doing well as she prepares for her final council meeting Monday night.
- NFL Play 60 and Ravens Fuel Up Kids to Be Healthy Fresh off a big win Sunday, the Ravens were back at M&T Bank Stadium Monday morning. They spent time with middle schoolers, teaching them how to play hard and eat healthy.
- After Split Jury, Teen Accused In Bowers Murder To Be Retried In March Raeshawn Rivers will be re-tried for the charges he faces in connection with the murder of Arnesha Bowers on March 4.
- Baltimore's Dr. Carson Tweets: 'Honored To Accept' Trump HUD Nomination Dr. Ben Carson has accepted the president-elect's nomination to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.