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Maryland from baltimoresun.com - RSS

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Maryland should spend $2.6 billion more on public education and revamp the formula used to calculate school funding, according to a two-year study by a national consulting firm.The 620-page study ...

 

Eight Baltimore city schools are receiving washers and dryers under a partnership aimed at improving attendance. Whirlpool partnered with the Family League of Baltimore to launch a laundry program...

 

After a new City Council was sworn in Thursday morning, Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young announced plans to partner with nonprofits to revitalize Baltimore's westside and drive ...

 

With the goal of removing barriers to jobs for ex-offenders, a Baltimore business group is proposing programs to build entrepreneurial skills, incentives for employers to hire those with criminal ...

 

Del. Barbara Robinson took a step Wednesday toward filling the state Senate seat vacated by new Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh. The Democratic central committee for the district voted, 5-2, to ...

 

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh announced plans Wednesday to reorganize Baltimore's housing and economic development agencies and reiterated her intention to fire the housing commissioner.The new mayor sa...

 

When Baltimore fire and housing inspectors entered the Bell Foundry arts building this week to investigate a complaint about substandard conditions inside, they were confronted with a "traged...

 

The 10 a.m. ceremony to swear in City Council members Thursday will close some downtown Baltimore streets until 2 p.m. Starting at 6:30 a.m.: Lexington Street between Gay Street and N. Frederick S...

 

Baltimore's new mayor said Wednesday that she was not aware of the forced evictions of dozens of artists from the Bell Foundry building in the Station North Arts District as it was occurring earli...

 

Emerge Maryland, the organization that trains Democratic women to run for office, announced its 2017 class Wednesday. The 23 candidates from eight Maryland jurisdictions including Baltimore repres...

 
 

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