40-Year-Old Jerold Gilliam Sentenced To Nine Years In Federal Prison For Conspiracy To Distribute FentanylU.S. District Judge sentenced 40-year-old Jerold Gilliam, of Baltimore to nine years in federal prison for conspiracy to distribute a substance containing fentanyl with the intent to distribute.
Baltimore Artist Megan Lewis Set To Start Mural Project At Penn-North SubwayLink StationThe Maryland Department of Transportation along with the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts announced a new artwork project at Penn North SubwayLink by local artist Megan Lewis.
29 Charged In Distributing Fentanyl Branded Under Names Like 'Dirty Sprite,' 'Lamar Jackson' And 'Master P' In Baltimore's Penn North NeighborhoodTwenty nine alleged drug dealers from the Penn North neighborhood of Baltimore are facing federal indictments related to distribution of enough fentanyl to kill 200,000 people.
Baltimore's Penn-North Neighborhood To Get $27M MakeoverBaltimore's Penn-North neighborhood will soon be getting a major makeover.
Penn-North Group Crowdfunding To Help Keep Kid Oasis OpenA Baltimore "safe zone" for kids is looking for some financial support to continue building a brighter future for the youth.
Judge Orders CVS Arson Suspect To Be Held Pending TrialThe man charged with setting fire to a CVS during the Baltimore riots was ordered to await in jail until his trial.
Police: No One Shot At Penn & NorthBaltimore's curfew is lifted, the National Guard is moving out and some peace is returning to the city. But Monday afternoon, tension boiled over in West Baltimore during a confrontation between police and an armed man.
Celebrations Begin In Baltimore As Some React To Officers' ChargesThe scene of Pennsylvania and North avenues is much different than it was Monday after the city state's attorney announced charges against all six police officers in Freddie Gray's death.
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Volunteers Organize Cleanups After Riots Damage Streets, StoresLarge groups of people are gathering in West Baltimore to clean the city following the violence Monday night.
Some Crowds Clash With Police As Curfew Goes Into EffectA citywide curfew goes into effect, but police were still struggling to get people to leave the streets.
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