Sagamore Development, community leaders reach agreement on controversial project.
The Baltimore mayor gaveled in the ceremonies at the convention in Philadelphia.
Officials met in Sandtown neighborhood where Freddie Gray was arrested.
No timetable on deliberation as city plans for protests.
The Civil War ended long ago, but the battles rage on.
Review chronicles broad planning failure, unclear arrest policies, and command center confusion.
Maryland Attorney General’s Office senior member is latest to throw hat in ring.
Greater Baltimore Committee chair David Warnock plans Nov. 23 kick-off.
The former mayor would like her old job back, but is Baltimore ready to forgive her?
Coalition calls for firing violent officers and installing body cameras.
Amid protests, City Council backs promotion of interim commissioner with 12-2 vote.
Former mayor convicted of theft says, "This is a city of second chances."
At City Hall press conference, Mayor accuses FOP president of misleading rank and file.
Judge rules six police officers charged in case can get fair hearing in the city.
With $2.8 million in seed money, City again seeks vendors for bicycle initiative.
Payout would resolve civil claims against Baltimore City in death of 25-year-old.
Family announces once colorful and controversial governor passed away after celebrating son’s birthday in St. Mary’s County.
New “B-FED” task force organized to help end three-month spike in killings.
Rawlings-Blake announces review of all of Baltimore’s Confederate statues.
Former mayor resigned in 2010 after taking gift cards donated to the poor.
Society pair and Richmond cousin sewed first rebel “Southern Cross” early in Civil War.
Rawlings-Blake “disheartened" by decision; Montgomery and Prince George's line gets go-ahead.
Retired Baltimore City investigator says police ‘leery’ of aggressively pursuing arrests in wake of Freddie Gray charges.
Rawlings-Blake announces end of citywide curfew; National Guard troops to draw down this week.