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Baltimore, Maryland is located in Baltimore County. Zip codes in Baltimore, MD include 21251, 21241, and 21273. The median home price in Baltimore is $109,900 which is roughly $93/per square foot. More Baltimore information.

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53 min ago | ABC2 Maryland

Baltimore city aims to grow immigrant population

Coastal Flood Advisory issued September 17 at 1:15PM EDT expiring September 18 at 4:00AM EDT in effect for: Anne Arundel, Calvert, Saint Marys Baltimore City hopes to strengthen the its immigrant population, according to a report released this week by the mayor's office. Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake released the New Americans Task Force report The Role of Immigrants in Growing Baltimore, Recommendations to Retain and Attract New Americans as part of Baltimore Welcoming Week.

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3 hrs ago | The Daily Beast

The GOP's 2016 Dark House: This Guy?!By Ben Jacobs

It's that magic time before a presidential election when politicians with a ghost of a dream start visiting New Hampshire. First up: former Maryland governor Bob Ehrlich.

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7 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

The true costs of the CSX rail plan [Commentary]

The shelving of a plan to build a new CSX rail facility in the West Baltimore residential neighborhood of Morrell Park was decried recently as a setback for regional job growth and a sign of failed leadership by CSX. But articles in The Baltimore Sun and the Baltimore Business Journal omitted mention of the successful leadership of health advocates and community members who insisted that specific health consequences of the planned facility be addressed.

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11 hrs ago | Examiner.com

Star-Spanlged-Banner 200th anniversary

More than 30 naval vessels and tall ships from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Norway, Germany, Spain and Turkey, on Tuesday, bid farewell to Fort McHenry and Baltimore, Md., after participating in the 200th anniversary of The Star-Spamgled-Banner. Sitting on a gently rising elevation, at the end of a peninsula, Fort McHenry, was the target of the Sept.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

The Baltimore Sun

City officials warn of impact as corner stores must start paying for equipment to accept food stamps

The federal government plans to shift the cost of accepting food stamps to retailers in the coming weeks, a move that Baltimore officials and anti-hunger advocates said Tuesday could make it harder for some families to buy groceries. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and her administration are working with advocacy groups to inform merchants of the change and to help them prepare.

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The Baltimore Sun

Frederick Douglass portrait installed at Government House

Frederick Douglass, the Maryland-born slave turned abolitionist leader, has become the first African-American to have his portrait hung in the governor's official residence in Annapolis. Gov. Martin O'Malley , first lady Katie Curran O'Malley and Lt.

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Business Journal

Creative Alliance co-founder: Baltimore police treated Patterson Park ...

Creative Alliance co-founder Megan Hamilton gets tearful - and a bit angry - when she talks about how the final performance of the nonprofit's Hampstead Hill Festival on Sunday was abruptly shut down by the Baltimore Police Department.

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The Baltimore Sun

Exploring Baltimore: Dickeyville

Stone houses from the 1850s sit on lush, spacious lots next to "new" construction built in the 1950s. Neighbors wave to one another on the streets, stopping for conversation with familiar faces and strangers alike.

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The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore area is getting more breweries

But he said stopped short of buying a vineyard on the Eastern Shore when he realized it just how tough it would be to grow quality grapes in Maryland. He noticed that more Marylanders were drinking craft beers but suspected that the supply wasn't meeting demand.

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The Baltimore Sun

Officer who shot Navy Yard gunman says it 'needed to be done'

At 9:15 a.m., the near-hour-long search through 600,000 square feet of office space narrowed to a single corridor, six rows of cubicles and a smattering of offices of Building 197. Aaron Alexis was hiding amid the cluttered desks and six-foot partitions.

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Washington Post

The Fix: That time Martin O'Malley dressed up like a general from the War of 1812

This weekend, the country celebrated the 200th anniversary of the "Star Spangled Banner," but no one did it better than Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley , as the above tweet can attest. It was a big production; the whole weekend felt like Baz Luhrmann and Ken Burns teamed up to throw a party.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

The Baltimore Sun

Mayor continues to work modified schedule as her health improves

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will split her time Tuesday between working from home and at City Hall as her health continues to improve after a brief hospitalization over the weekend. Kevin Harris, the mayor's spokesman, said Rawlings-Blake will resume making public appearances Wednesday.

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US News & World Report

Baltimore Celebrates 200 Years Since Raising the Star-Spangled Banner

One is a city of marble halls and memorials; the other is a city of marble steps in its blocks of rowhouses. Neighbors Baltimore and Washington are so close on I-95 and yet so far, like 40 going on 500 miles away.

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Big News Network.com

Man shot in south Baltimore late Sunday

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Worcester County Times

Md. campaign finance complaints stack upMd. campaign finance...

Md. campaign finance complaints stack up Election day nears in Maryland. Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: http://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/maryland/2014/09/15/election-campaign-finance/15681403/ FILE - In this July 16, 2014 file photo, Maryland Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan, center, poses for a picture at the 38th Annual J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake in Crisfield, Md.

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The Baltimore Sun

A spectacular weekend for Baltimore [Editorial]

Our view: We can't have the bicentennial of a major historical event here every year, but we can take steps to replicate the vibrancy the Star Spangled Banner anniversary produced After something of a rough week, the city showed off its best to a national audience with this weekend's Star Spangled Spectacular, packing downtown with residents and tourists alike to celebrate a singular moment in American history. The rain cleared in time for the Blue Angels, the Orioles took three out of four from the Yankees to inch closer to a division title, and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and its dynamic conductor, Marin Alsop, showed off for a national television audience.

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The Baltimore Sun

MTA seeks public input on new bus lines to Dundalk, Amazon distribution center

The Maryland Transit Administration is seeking public input on changes to its bus system in Baltimore and the surrounding suburbs, including two new routes connecting Dundalk with downtown and serving the new Amazon distribution center on Broening Highway. Under one proposal, a new route No.

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The Baltimore Sun

Violent arrest by Baltimore police officer caught on video

A South Baltimore man filed a lawsuit Monday after a city police officer punched him repeatedly during an arrest in June, an incident that was captured on video. Kollin Truss and Officer Vincent E. Cosom got into a dispute a few moments before the arrest, but a woman with Truss had separated the pair, and he was walking away from police until they decided to make an arrest.

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The Baltimore Sun

BOPA announces 'Love Letter to Baltimore' mural project by Stephen Powers

The Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts announced that New York-based Stephen Powers , known for his public art projects, will create a series of large-scale murals as part of a project called "Love Letter to Baltimore." Permanent and temporary murals will appear at various locations in East Baltimore and Southwest Baltimore.

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ABC2 Maryland

Baltimore police make arrest in July shooting

The Baltimore Police Department arrested and charged Terrell Smallwood,26, Monday, for the shooting of a 34-year old man. Smallwood was wanted for attempted murder and weapons charges in the attack of the victim, which occurred July 1 in the 300 block of N. Stricker Street.

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