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City Council Challenger Running As Write-In

The campaign for District 13 City Council challenger Shannon Sneed says the Democrat plans to kick off her write-in campaign next week.


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Tree Removal Bill Introduced In Baltimore Council

A bill has been introduced by Baltimore City Council members that they say would require proper notification before cutting down trees in the city.



Baltimore Voters Head To Polls For City Primary

It’s decision day for voters in Baltimore City as they get set to elect a mayor.


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Md. Governor Supports 21-Year-Old’s Bid For City Council

DeVon Brown is running for city council in Baltimore’s 12th district.


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Lie To Police? Councilman Curran Explains His Controversial Comment

Controversial comments. A city councilman’s remarks ignite a debate after he suggests it’s ok to lie to 911 operators in order to get a faster response from city police officers.



Cumberland Struggles To Pay For Emergency Vehicles

The Cumberland Fire Department says an ambulance delivered two months ago is sitting idle because the city hasn’t been able to pay for it.


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Baltimore Public Works Promises Billing Changes

In the wake of water meter complaints, Baltimore’s Department of Public Works is promising an overhaul.


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Lord’s Prayer An Issue In Salisbury

City Council members in Salisbury are questioning whether to continue to start their meetings with the Lord’s Prayer as they have for more than 50 years.


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Private Versus Public Baseball Competition To Resume

Decades ago local schools like Gilman and Boys Latin used to battle it out on the baseball diamond with city public schools like Poly and Patterson.


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Former Council President Faces Stalking Charges

A former Baltimore City Council president is charged with stalking a woman and repeatedly breaking into her home.


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Pa. Group Drops Offer For Cumberland, Md., Land

A conservation group is withdrawing its offer to buy nearly 3,900 acres owned by the city of Cumberland in neighboring Pennsylvania.