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Historically a working-class port town, Baltimore has sometimes been dubbed a "city of neighborhoods," with over 300 identified districts traditionally occupied by distinct ethnic groups. Most notable are three downtown areas along the port: the Inner Harbor, frequented by tourists; Fells Point, once a favorite spot for sailors and Little Italy, where Baltimore's Italian-American community is based.

Population: 637418
Local Newspapers: The Baltimore Sun
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles (MLB) Baltimore Ravens (NFL)
Local Colleges: Johns Hopkins University Coppin State University Towson University

Zip Codes associated with baltimore, maryland: 21201 21202 21204 21205 21206 21207 21208 21209 21210 21211 21212 21213 21214 21215 21216 21217 21218 21219 21220 21221 21222 21223 21224 21225 21226 21227 21228 21229 21230 21231 21234 21236 21237 21239 21244 21286
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Baltimore teachers get summer school lesson in Chesapeake Bay's challenges and recovery

As the group of 15 teachers paddled their canoes into the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River, their leader pointed out a tern ahead - stirring a moment of confusion. Not a left turn or a right turn, explained Jocelyn Tuttle, who leads Baltimore harbor education programs for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.

Man shot by Baltimore police last fall acquitted by jury of charges related to incident

A man shot by Baltimore police last fall after authorities said he got out of his vehicle holding a loaded handgun was acquitted Wednesday by a jury of all serious charges related to the incident, his attorney said. Jurors took about three hours to find Richard Gibbs Jr., 29, not guilty of felony handgun possession, carrying and transporting a gun in a vehicle, and resisting arrest, said defense attorney Richard C.B. Woods.

Fourth of July specials and events at Baltimore bars and restaurants

Baltimore-area restaurants and bars are rolling out the red, white and blue as they ready to host parties and offer promotions for the July Fourth holiday. Below are some of the establishments offering everything from events with prime views of the Inner Harbor fireworks to barbecue supplies for home cookouts.

Hogan cancels O'Malley-era 'zero waste' plan

Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday night that he has canceled "zero-waste" landfill rules issued by Gov. Martin O'Malley a week before he left office in 2015. Speaking to the annual summer gathering of the Maryland Municipal League, the Republican governor said he was rescinding the policy in response to complaints from local governments.

Settlement reached on future of Baltimore's Potomac Street bike lane

The Potomac Street protected bike lane will remain in place after cycling advocates and Baltimore officials reached a settlement agreement on Tuesday evening. Bikemore, a leading advocacy group, had sued the city after officials announced plans to tear out the cycle track after hearing residents' concerns that it would make it harder for emergency vehicles to travel down the street.

Pugh appoints nine to Baltimore Civilian Oversight Task Force mandated by consent decree

Mayor Catherine Pugh poses with several of her appointees to the Civilian Oversight Task Force at City Hall on Tuesday. The task force was mandated by the city's consent decree with the U.S. Department of Justice and is tasked with reviewing and recommending reforms to the current process for civilian oversight of the Baltimore Police Department.

Baltimore spending panel expected to approve lease for drug treatment center

Baltimore officials are expected to approve a 15-year lease at the old Hebrew Orphan Asylum in West Baltimore, where they plan to open a center to help heroin addicts and other drug users in the midst of a crisis so they're not taking up an emergency room bed. The stabilization or sobering center at 2700 Rayner Avenue in Mosher would serve around 30 patients at a time, helping them sober up safely and then connecting them with long-term drug treatment and other social services.

Gnocco's Brian Lavin named a finalist for Zagat '30 Under 30'

Brian Lavin, the chef and owner of Gnocco, has made it to the final round of culinary professionals being considered for Zagat's "30 Under 30" list. Lavin, 29, is one of 45 finalists for the list, narrowed from 60 semifinalists announced in April.

Baltimore Police officer discharges weapon; two robbery suspects caught

Baltimore police respond to the area of Moravia Road for an incident where an officer discharged a service weapon, and two suspects were arrested. No injuries were reported.

#BaltimoreCeaseFire effort sad, yet necessary

Media relations chief T.J. Smith talks about the youth violence in Baltimore, from the attack on councilwoman Rikki Spector to the woman that was hit in the head by a youth in Federal Hill. Media relations chief T.J. Smith talks about the youth violence in Baltimore, from the attack on councilwoman Rikki Spector to the woman that was hit in the head by a youth in Federal Hill.

MD: Riders Criticize BaltimoreLink at Meeting While MTA Tweaks Service

June 27--One week into the BaltimoreLink bus route overhaul, Towanda Barnhill, 42, said she's been getting into trouble with her boss because she's been a half hour late to her job at a bakery on Hollins Ferry Road. "It has been a disaster," Barnhill said.

The 2017 guide to festivities honoring Independence Day

A government of the people, by the people and for the people was a revolutionary idea 241 years ago when the final text of the Declaration of Independence was approved by Congress on July 4, 1776. Independence had been formally declared two days earlier, on July 2, but the document was not signed until a month later, on August 2, 1776.

Re-trial begins in 1992 fire deaths of six children after conviction...

A re-trial began Monday for a Baltimore woman found guilty 24 years ago of intentionally setting a blaze that killed her six children, a conviction overturned due to discredited arson investigation methods. Tonya Lucas, now 54, has been free since March 2016 as she undergoes treatment for stage-four breast cancer .

Repairs ongoing at the site of last week's Baltimore steam pipe explosion

It could take more than a week to repair the site of last Tuesday's steam pipe explosion in downtown Baltimore, said a Veolia North America spokeswoman. The blast, which injured five people and sent debris through the air, left a crater on Eutaw Street, between Lombard and Pratt streets.

Md. lures Vitreon to Baltimore; firm plans to create 200 jobs

Medicinal botanical company Vitreon America announced Monday it plans to move its corporate headquarters to Baltimore, creating 200 full-time jobs over the next five years. In addition to its new headquarters on Wicomico Street, the company also indicated it would open lab space, a research center and grow zones in the city.

the Man on the Street Opens the 2017 Baltimore Playwrights Festival

The 36th Season of the Baltimore Playwrights Festival summer original play productions begin this week. This year the participating theaters will be offering everything from full productions, to book-in-hand productions and developmental staged readings.

Police: Man shot in West Baltimore overnight

At about 11:42 p.m., a 29-year-old man arrived at an area hospital after being shot in his left leg. Police said the man was shot in the 1900 block of West Lanvale Street in Midtown-Edmondson when he was shot by an unidentified gunman.

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