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Baltimore Ceasefire Scheduled For First Week Of November

Baltimore officials, residents and organizers called for a 72-hour ceasefire in early August. The movement is part of an effort to curb violence, as the city’s homicide continues to surge. The last ceasefire did not necessarily put a halt to … Continue reading

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South Baltimore Drug Bust Leads To 14 People Being Indicted On Drug Distribution

On Monday, Baltimore prosecutors and police went public to ask for help in locating six men previously convicted on conspiracy and drug distribution charges. The indictments are associated with a drug bust last month in the Brooklyn neighborhood. The bust … Continue reading

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Baltimore’s Homicide Rate Continues To Scale Higher

Baltimore is facing its highest homicide rate in 20 years, with over 100 homicides already reported this year and April has not yet come to an end. The homicide rate scaled to 100 after three new homicides were recorded on … Continue reading

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Mayor Proposing A $5.5 Million Budget Cut For Baltimore Police Department To Ease The City School District $129 Budget Deficient

The Baltimore City school district is facing a $129 million deficient, which would force the layoffs of 1,000 staff members and teachers. Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh outlined a plan Wednesday that would cut about $5.5 million from the Baltimore Police … Continue reading

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