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Baltimore Businesses to Benefit from Focus on Inclusivity

As progressive American and Maryland society is, private businesses and public bodies sometimes fall down when it comes to recruitment. Public appetite to create and retain inclusive jobs is up, as demonstrated by the Weinberg Foundation’s $250k inclusive jobs impetus. This […]

Baltimore Businesses to Benefit from Focus on Inclusivity

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As progressive American and Maryland society is, private businesses and public bodies sometimes fall down when it comes to recruitment. Public appetite to create and retain inclusive jobs is up, as demonstrated by the Weinberg Foundation’s $250k inclusive jobs impetus. This […]

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Updating Baltimore’s road safety and traffic calming measures

After a fatal car crash in Somerset County last year, guardrail end treatments are now being removed from Maryland highways. Designed to cushion the impact of a car that hits a

Baltimore Police Officer being held without bail on drug charges

Officer Spencer P. Moore, a longtime veteran of Baltimore’s City police department and the son of Baltimore police Col. Robert Smith, was arrested on July 24th when he was charged

‘Where can the children like Taylor go to seek refuge from this deathtrap called Baltimore City?’

Dear Editor, Little Taylor Hayes will be buried on Saturday. She was the seven-year-old who was shot while riding in the back seat of a car through the decaying streets

Tuberculosis scare: Johns Hopkins Hospital evacuates 2 research buildings

The possible tuberculosis exposure occurred in an internal bridge connecting two cancer research buildings on Thursday, according to a spokesperson for the medical center in Baltimore. (Keith Weller/JHMI) BALTIMORE — Two

Home health concerns and hazards in the Baltimore area

(Baltimore homeless often sleep under I-83 overpass. File photo.) The health of the Baltimore residents is determined by more than the health care system in the region. Health is strongly

Archie Bunker is in the White House

BALTIMORE — At this point, 17 months into Donald Trump’s White House adventure, is there someone in America still denying this president’s overt, malignant attempts to divide the country

Plea Deals: Bargaining while stuck in jail

A defendant walks from a Baltimore courthouse to a van that will transport him to a detention facility. Defendants held without bail are far more likely to plead guilty

HONfest celebrates its 25th birthday

Before the skies opened up around 3 p.m.,with a showery 1/2 hour downpour, HONfest, in Hampden, was off to a pretty good start, on Saturday. It was mostly a

Hotel Revival comes to Charm City

There’s a new hotel in downtown Baltimore, 101 West Monument Street to be exact, that opened May 3.  It’s the Hotel Revival, owned by Two Roads Hospitality, with other locations

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