BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake hit the streets to inform residents about the new curfew ordinance.

Last February, dozens of teens tore through the 7-Eleven in upper Fells Point.

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Now city leaders are trying to stop behavior like this.

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The mayor will be holding two community forums to answer questions about the new curfew rules. Under those rules, kids under the age of 14 need to get home by 9 p.m. year round.

Fifteen and 16-year-olds’ curfew is 10 on weeknights and 11 on weekends.

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The first forum is Monday and the second is July 29. The first forum is at 7 p.m. at the Murphy Fine Arts Center Recital Hall at Morgan State University. The second is also at 7 p.m. at the University of Baltimore Law Center.