It’s been three months since unrest took over the streets of Baltimore. Now we’re getting an inside look at confusion at the top levels of Baltimore leadership.
The Enoch Pratt Free Library at Pennsylvania and North avenues in West Baltimore will receive a national leadership award for providing residents a safe haven during days of civil unrest after the death of Freddie Gray.
Thirty middle-school-aged girls from all over Maryland will visit Annapolis to meet women in leadership positions.
The Houston Texans have long seen their offense strike when the iron is hot and consistently run up the score, but they’ve needed the defense to keep the lead. With some players leaving and others are not living up to the hype, J.J. Watt brings the whole package to a team that is getting better every season.
A new plan of action. The recent spike in city violence sparks local and federal lawmakers to enact a new plan of action. The mayor, police commissioner and U.S. attorney appoint two special prosecutors to target violent offenders.
A surge in gun violence and murders in the city. The department’s top cop is trying to get control, while people who live there are afraid to go outside.
One day does not an image make but if first impressions are what we think they are, 2013 may see Suggs leading the charge.
Baltimore’s top cop is demanding a sweeping review of how weapons are used after a shooting during a training exercise.
Anne Arundel County’s fire union takes a no-confidence vote against its top firefighter as support for county leaders continues to unravel. The move comes after County Executive John Leopold’s indictment on abuse of power charges.
It’s no surprise the Ravens are so well respected around the league because they have a real leader running things.
A Maryland Republican state senator says his party has chosen new Senate leadership.
When it comes to providing big plays and leadership, the Baltimore Ravens depend upon two guys named Ray: Ray Lewis and Ray Rice.