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  • Readers Poll

    Readers Poll
    READERS POLL: BALTIMORE LIVING Best Reason To Live In Baltimore 1) People 2) Crabs Best Reason To Leave Baltimore 1) Crime 2) Taxes Best Neighborhood 1) Hampden 2) Fells Point Best Place To Work 1) Under Armour 2) Eastern Animal...
  • Jury acquits former Maryland corrections lieutenant accused of helping cover up inmate beating

    Of the 15 Maryland corrections staff charged federally last year on civil-rights and obstruction-of-justice conspiracy charges for a 2008 series of retaliatory inmate beatings and subsequent cover-up, only three – Josh Hummer, James Kalbflesh, and...
  • City cop kills girlfriend's puppy; charged with felony

    A Baltimore City Police officer was arrested in Montgomery County today and charged with aggravated animal cruelty, a felony. Alec E. Taylor, 27, who has been with the department for five years and was assigned to the Southwest District, turned himself in...
  • Maryland men sentenced in Philadelphia Outlaws Motorcycle Club meth-conspiracy case

    Michael James "Maniac" Privett and Ronald "Bugs" Sells must be relieved their recent law-enforcement ordeals are now over – especially since the Maryland men, from Baltimore and Churchville, respectively, who pleaded guilty last May in...
  • One year after Camp 83 evictions, Christina Flowers is back and looking for help

    [caption id="attachment_20383" align="alignleft" width="243"] Timothy Fitts and Christina Flowers[/caption] Delegate candidate Marvin Doc Cheatham, activist Rev. C.D. Witherspoon and others are gathered on a spit of curb at the I-83 entrance ramp from...
  • The winners and losers in Maryland's pot debate in 2014

    Come Oct. 1, people in Maryland caught with less than 10 grams of pot will no longer face criminal penalties, thanks to the April 7 passage of a marijuana-decriminalization bill in the Maryland General Assembly, which Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) signed on...
  • 44th Legislative District

    44th Legislative District
    Location: The city portion of this city/county district, dubbed District 44A, runs roughly from the Upton and Harlem Park neighborhood west to the area between Frederick and Wilkins avenues out to the city line. Demographics: Adult population of about...
  • 41st Legislative District

    41st Legislative District
    Location: A big chunk of the city's northwest corner, reaching east to Charles Street and south as far as Frederick Road. Demographics: Adult population of almost 92,000, about 68 percent African-American and a little more than a quarter white.  ...
  • Wergy tergy! Judge gives Baltimore drug lord Anthony Ayeni Jones a small sip of sympathy

    [caption id="attachment_20443" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo reprinted courtesy of The Baltimore Sun. All rights reserved.[/caption] The nation's most secure prison is officially known as United States Penitentiary Administrative Maximum Facility,...
  • Pet Peeve

    Pet Peeve
    Last June, long before activists began a campaign to protest conditions and policies at the animal shelter run by Baltimore County Animal Services (BCAS) in Baldwin, Md., cat-rescuer Denise Arnot says she learned what can happen to those who lodge...
  • The State of the State's Attorney Race

    The State of the State's Attorney Race
    Marilyn Mosby's campaign office is in a seemingly otherwise vacant building at the corner of Eutaw Place and North Avenue. In the basement, past several workers making signs, back next to what looks like an abandoned commercial juice bar, she sits in a...
  • Pronounced dead by the cops, she lives

    News of the first murder in five days in Baltimore came after 6 p.m. on Saturday, a woman on the 6000 block of Amberwood Road stabbed to death. The Sun's Justin George tweeted it out, relying on a police spokesman. Soon after the Sun had the story in an...