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Moving to Baltimore for the Military

Maryland is home to many different military bases, but Baltimore is the home of the Coast Guard Yard. The Coast Guard Yard is a shipping yard that is maintained by the United States Coast Guard. There is no other facility […]

Moving to Baltimore for the Military

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Maryland is home to many different military bases, but Baltimore is the home of the Coast Guard Yard. The Coast Guard Yard is a shipping yard that is maintained by the United States Coast Guard. There is no other facility […]

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Setting up a Business in Baltimore

The first half of 2020 has seen some unprecedented political and microbiological incidences that will certainly go down in history and it's been a testing & stressful time for

An Overview of the Relationship Between Rap Music and Baltimore  

Baltimore is one of the biggest and most diverse cities in the country. As a result, it should come as no surprise that this city has a long history

Szeliga calls for the prosecution of Columbus statue vandals

@BryanRenbaum House Minority Whip Kathy Szeliga said those who were involved in the vandalism and toppling of the Christopher Columbus statue that stood near Baltimore’s Little Italy neighborhood should be

Baltimore City’s Slow Death as Statue Torn Down

Delegate Kathy Szeliga’s Statement on the Destruction of the Christopher Columbus Statue on Independence Day Baltimore, MD – Law-abiding citizens of Baltimore City are asking themselves, will leaders protect my family

George Floyd Aftermath: Baltimore City State’s Attorney Mosby Pushes Back On Police Reform Measure Advanced By Key Lawmaker

State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby during a 2016 press conference about Freddie Gray. (Screenshot YouTube) Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby is pushing back against a major police reform measure that

Rally ‘Remembering Juneteenth’ & Supporting Black Live Matter: Held by the BFSA at Charles & 33rd Street 

“It takes a village: the courage to act.” Motto of Black Faculty and Staff Association. Thanks to a community notice posted by 14th District Councilwoman, Mary Pat Clarke, I was

Scott Takes Commanding Lead in Baltimore’s Mayor’s Race

SCOTT LEAD WIDENS: Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott widened his lead over former Mayor Sheila Dixon as thousands more votes were tallied Monday in Baltimore’s Democratic mayoral primary, reports Talia Richman

How Is the Amount of Bail Determined in Baltimore?

One of the hallmarks of our modern society is the promotion of various human rights. One of the most important of this is the freedom to associate freely and

‘Black Lives Matter’ Hold Peaceful Rally in Hampden

On a steamy Sunday afternoon, a rally was held in the heart of Hampden, at the intersection of "The Avenue” (36th Street) and Chestnut Ave. The main theme of

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