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Historically a working-class port town, Baltimore has sometimes been dubbed a "city of neighborhoods," with over 300 identified districts traditionally occupied by distinct ethnic groups. Most notable are three downtown areas along the port: the Inner Harbor, frequented by tourists; Fells Point, once a favorite spot for sailors and Little Italy, where Baltimore's Italian-American community is based.
Local Newspapers: The Baltimore Sun
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles (MLB) Baltimore Ravens (NFL)
Local Colleges: Johns Hopkins University Coppin State University Towson University
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Second woman charged in September shooting, Baltimore police say
Police arrested Whitley Neal, 29, in the shooting of a a 35-year-old man in the 1500 block of E. Biddle Street on September 30. The victim was shot in the leg and taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital . He was treated and released.Churches merge, close: 'We no longer live in Christendom. We...
Nine-month-old Elizabeth Ruth Leigh with her parents, Laura Yoder and John Leigh of Charles Village, during the Sunday service at St. John's Episcopal Church in the Village, which is fighting a proposed closure by the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. Nine-month-old Elizabeth Ruth Leigh with her parents, Laura Yoder and John Leigh of Charles Village, during the Sunday service at St. John's Episcopal Church in the Village, which is fighting a proposed closure by the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland.Two shot in Hollins Market
A man and a woman were shot near the 800 block of West Pratt Street Thursday night around 11 p.m., according to Baltimore police. Officers arrived at the scene and found a 35-year-old man and 20-year-old woman with gunshot wounds.Downtown Baltimore building to be redeveloped by Cordish Cos.
The Cordish Cos. will redevelop Baltimore City Community College's downtown Bard Building into modern facilities for the school, plus residential units and retail.What makes a Baltimore Club hit? DJ Mighty Mark created a new song to show us
Mighty Mark, a DJ and music producer, shows how he builds a beat from scratch. Song is available to download for free on BaltimoreSun.com.Right a past wrong by opening access to Druid Hill Park
As a community member and physician, I find the historical narrative of Baltimore City's decisions pertaining to the communities surrounding Druid Hill Park deeply disappointing. While many know of the racism of the park's past - the segregated swimming pools, tennis courts and playgrounds - many do not know the politics and history behind the construction of the Druid Hill Expressway.Police Order East Baltimore Store On Greenmount Ave. To Close
It's WJZ Maryland's News Station. Click here for WJZ news stories Contact us with your tips, questions, comments & concerns! WJZ-TV anchors and reporters Send us your weather and news photos Find out what is on WJZ-TV! Address: WJZ-TV 3725 Malden Avenue Baltimore, Maryland  105.7 The Fan VISIT THE 105.7 THE FAN HOMEPAGE Welcome to 105.7 The FAN on CBSBaltimore.com.105.7 along with WJZ-TV and CBS Sports Radio 1300 give you the best Baltimore has to offer.Harford County police blotter
Chad Wesley Weber, 31, of the 2400 block of Old Robin Hood Road, was charged Thursday with six counts of violating an ex parte order. Terika Nichelle Simons McLeod, 34, of the 100 block of Osborne Road, was charged Thursday with first- and second-degree assault and possession of a deadly weapon with intent to injure.A$AP Ant wants to be the Kanye West of Baltimore
The 24-year-old Baltimorean grew up admiring the skaters who frequented city streets as well as the sneakers at Gentei, a now-defunct streetwear store off Morton Street. Now, he has 300 pairs of sneakers by his mother's estimation and his own line of skatewear, plus a budding rap career.Federal authorities made dozens of requests to hold immigrants in Baltimore
New records reveal immigration agents asked Central Booking in Baltimore to hold dozens of immigrants beyond their scheduled release. The documents are being made public as the Trump administration is leaning on cities to abandon "sanctuary" policies.'Corrupt cops' to testify in federal drug case in Baltimore
Hoping for lenient prison terms, two Baltimore police officers complicit in a heroin ring will testify against the accused drug dealers, telling a federal jury they robbed one heroin dealer at the behest of another, prosecutors say. Assistant U.S. Attorney Leo Wise revealed his plans Tuesday to bring forth Detectives Momodu Gondo and Jemell Rayam, two "bombshell witnesses," as one defense attorney said in court.4 shot, 1 fatally, in Baltimore Tuesday
At the crime scene in the 2400 block of Barclay Street, a minivan idled behind police tape. A cell phone could be heard ringing repeatedly from within.Baltimore judge sentences man to 683 years in prison for sexual assault, robberies
A Baltimore judge sentenced a man to 683 years in prison after he was convicted by a jury of sexual assault and pleaded guilty to more than a dozen armed robberies and drug offenses. The unusual sentence was handed down by Circuit Court Judge Melissa Phinn on Monday against Anthony Johnson, 26, of Baltimore, who had been convicted by a jury of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl at gunpoint.Hate Crime Charge Brought Against Man Accused Of Killing Bowie St. Student
BALTIMORE - A grand jury has returned hate crime charges against the man accused of stabbing a Bowie State University student to death on the University of Maryland College Park campus in May. Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks said these charges come after they analyzed all the evidence in this case, including Urbanski's phone, computer, and other digital data. Back in July, when murder charges were brought against Urbanski, Alsobrooks said they did not have enough to go with hate crime charges at that time, but after further investigation, she says her office is "completely comfortable" with the hate crime indictment.VIDEO: DPW Crews Remove 'Fatberg' From Baltimore Sewer
It took decades for 12 square feet of congealed fat, grease and oil to form in a Baltimore sewer, but on Monday, it met its maker. Baltimore Department of Public Works crews worked to remove what's being called a "fatberg," a gigantic plug of grease combined with other items, like flushable wipes, diapers, cotton swabs and bandages.HBO filming in Baltimore for Sonja Sohn documentary promotion
Sonja Sohn, an actress from "The Wire," directed the upcoming HBO documentary "Baltimore Rising," which centers on the city in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray. Sonja Sohn, an actress from "The Wire," directed the upcoming HBO documentary "Baltimore Rising," which centers on the city in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray.Police Investigating After Two People Shot Monday Evening
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