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The First Tall Ship Arrives At The Inner Harbor Just In Time For The Light City Festival

The 2017 seasons’ first tall ship, Sørlandet, arrived at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor today, with crew, along with teachers and 50 high school students. Sørlandet is a Norwegian term that means “southern land.” The 212-foot fully operational ship was built in … Continue reading

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Prince George’s County Will Invest $2 Million For A Litter Cleanup Campaign

In an effort to reduce litter on roadways and streets, Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III will invest an additional $2 million for litter pick-up. The Department of Public Works and Transportation will lead the cleanup effort, which … Continue reading

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U.S. Census Bureau Report Shows Baltimore Population Reaching 100-Year Low

Last week, the U.S. Census Bureau reported the number of people leaving Baltimore had doubled. The report was released as city leaders celebrated signs that appeared to show a slight population gain.

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Charm City Will Host The 2017 Baltimore Drone Prix This Saturday

Drone racing is growing in popularity, giving racers an opportunity to show off their skills after many hours of practice. This sport requires precision maneuverability, agility and competitiveness to come out triumphant. The Baltimore Drone Prix is a type of … Continue reading

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Maryland House Passes Drug Price-Gouging Bill

On March 26, the House of Delegates approved legislation that would allow Maryland’s attorney general to sue pharmaceutical companies for spiking drug prices higher than is considered reasonable.  

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How Marylanders Can Remove Their Criminal Records From Public Access

A criminal conviction can taint someone for many years, if not their entire life. Getting a job, apartment, citizenship or professional license will be extremely difficult, if not impossible. However, there is a solution and that is an expungement, which … Continue reading

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A Crossland High School Student Stabbed On School Grounds

Temple Hills, Maryland – Prince George’s County Police was called to the Crossland High School on Monday morning to investigate a stabbing that occurred about 8:25 a.m. The 18-year-old victim was in attendance at the Crossland High School at the time … Continue reading

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Names Of Maryland’s Top Tax Evaders Are Available To The Public

A list of Maryland’s top tax evaders are now available on the Comptroller’s official website. The list is comprised of 25 businesses and 25 individuals, who owe a total of $15.7 million in penalties, interest and unpaid taxes to the … Continue reading

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Birth Control Pills May Soon Be Available Without A Prescription

Each house of the Maryland General Assembly will debate and vote on a bill that would permit pharmacists to prescribe contraceptives. While the bill is still pending, researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine have released the findings of a … Continue reading

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Proposed House Bill Would Put A Yearlong Freeze On Selling Homes To Settle Unpaid Water Bills

Maryland’s low-income are struggling to pay their water bills, with rate increases being the driving factor. On Saturday, the House of Delegates approved a legislation that would give Marylanders, who owe unpaid water bills a year’s reprieve from threat of … Continue reading

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