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St. Francis Neighborhood Center handles delinquency and victims the right way

Aterschool programs such as the ones at St. Francis Neighborhood Center make a difference. (Courtesy) While researching my post last week on Baltimore’s curfew, I found some interesting facts on the mayor’s proposal to curb youth delinquency and victimization. In early […]

Afterschool programs such as the ones at St. Francis Neighborhood Center make a difference.

St. Francis Neighborhood Center handles delinquency and victims the right way

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Aterschool programs such as the ones at St. Francis Neighborhood Center make a difference. (Courtesy) While researching my post last week on Baltimore’s curfew, I found some interesting facts on the mayor’s proposal to curb youth delinquency and victimization. In early […]

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Baltimore Youth Curfew: Good Intentions but bad timing

I grew up in the “Be home before the lights come on” era. Simply put, your Mother was telling you she had better be able to see you once it

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Youth Dreamers: Keeping hope alive by giving kids a chance

Ask someone the question, “Why do our inner cities look the way they do?” and you'll get a lot of responses. They will range from federal and local government policy

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Maryland is the best place for women to live in America

Apparently, the best place in America to be a woman is Maryland. Well, that's good to know! Maryland has the biggest opportunities for high-level jobs, money and healthcare, according

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Hands of Syria: Education and Jobs not War

Peace and justice activists staged a rally  Tuesday at McKeldin Square, in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. The theme: “Hands Off Syria: Education and Jobs not War.” The demonstration was sponsored

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All I’m saying is give my generation a chance

"Are you in school?"  I get asked this question a lot.  I also get carded when I order a Mojito at a rooftop bar on a summer evening in

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Time – and relationship – management does not come easy

Last night I didn’t get home from work until nearly 8 p.m. Let me start by saying my apartment is ten minutes away from where I work. At 5

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My new job versus boyfriend’s new job: the endless battle

Recently I started a new job at this epically cool company. “Awesome,” my boyfriend, started new full-time hours at his part-time job after quitting his full-time job (try saying

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Baltimore activists call on Caesar’s Horseshoe Casino to hire local residents

Social justice activists staged a spirited rally Saturday in South Baltimore, near the future site of Caesar’s new Horseshoe Casino, (Russell Street), and just south of the M&T Stadium. The

Support for Md. workforce training program unites business and workers

By Ilana Kowarski Ilana@MarylandReporter.com Mark Rice, CEO of Maritime Applied Physics You might not expect a CEO and a person without a job to agree on legislation, but there are exceptions.  Marylanders

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