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Good Morning Baltimore to 300 murders

WAKING UP TO 300 DEATHS ALREADY THIS YEAR: As of Thursday morning, Baltimore City has reached 300 homicides so far this year, reports Anne Kramer for WBAL AM. Detective Danny Moses confirmed the number along with the latest murder victims, a man […]

Good Morning Baltimore to 300 murders

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WAKING UP TO 300 DEATHS ALREADY THIS YEAR: As of Thursday morning, Baltimore City has reached 300 homicides so far this year, reports Anne Kramer for WBAL AM. Detective Danny Moses confirmed the number along with the latest murder victims, a man […]

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Bootleggers, Baptists, and Howard’s school redistricting

By Mark Newgent The Howard County Public School System’s redistricting process has certainly engendered a great deal of angst and turmoil in our community.  The prevailing media narrative surrounding redistricting

Md. Inspector General for education: A junkyard dog that can’t bite

By Charlie Hayward For MarylandReporter.com  “The Junkyard Dog” says the sign prominently displayed above the entrance to the U.S. Government Accountability Office’s cafeteria in Washington. It’s intended as a daily, and

Moving students in Howard County for ‘socioeconomic integration’ makes no sense

Students wait to board school buses. (By Len Lazarick) This is one of several articles MarylandReporter.com has published opposing the controversial school redistricting plan by Howard County school Superintendent Michael

Moving students around in Howard County is not enough to achieve equity

Photo by Audio-luci.it with Flickr Creative Commons License This column is running in the November issue of The Business Monthly serving Howard and Anne Arundel counties. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com When we bought our house

Rest in Power: Maryland mourns Rep. Elijah Cummings

Many Baltimore residents have their own stories about the late U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, the civil rights advocate and towering presence in Maryland and national politics whose devotion to

A third Bay Bridge is one too many, analysts say

Chesapeake Bay Bridge panorama by Peter Peretz with Flickr Creative Commons License The following column ran in the October issue of The Business Monthly, a newspaper serving Howard and western

What Maryland students from low-income homes really need

A sign protesting Howard County school redistricting plan. Photo by Scott Ewart Here is one of the commentaries we have received about Howard County schools. Opposing comments and viewpoints are

Hundreds of new Maryland laws took effect Oct. 1

Sunday sunrise at State House by Ray Hoffman By Capital News Service Staff Hundreds of Maryland laws go into effect Tuesday, spanning subjects from increasing the age to buy cigarettes and

Moving students is no shortcut to educational equity

A sign at a protest by hundreds of the Howard County redistricting proposal. Photo by Scott Ewart By Shobhit Negi, M.D. Howard County, Maryland, is the most integrated school district in

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