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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

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Baltimore News
Marble Hall apartments nab $31M

The Marble Hall Garden Apartments in Baltimore have sold for $31 million. The 390-unit property at 4300 Marble Hall Road was built in 1947.

Baltimore's comedy scene continues to grow, nurture aspiring talent

Jessica Henkin remembers Baltimore's comedy scene in the late 1990s. Not that there's all that much to remember.

Baltimore Sun building is sold to local firm

The Calvert Street property leased by The Baltimore Sun and a neighboring parking garage have been sold to the Baltimore-based real estate investment and management firm Atapco Properties. The deal has been in the works for months, as the Chicago-based Tribune Media, which owned the buildings, sought to sell off its real estate properties.

Demolition crew accidentally knocks down wrong home

But as the crew started to tear down the home, a brick wall on the third floor accidentally toppled onto the roof next door Officials in Baltimore said the city received several complaints about a bowing exterior wall and a crack between two rowhouses at 212 E. Fort Avenue, according to the Baltimore Sun . After city inspectors deemed the property unstable, the Baltimore City Department of Housing said crews were sent to carryout an emergency demolition.

Maryland procurement reform could save millions

A vigil is held for Richard Collins III at Bowie State University. He was stabbed to death at the University of Maryland campus this past weekend and was due to graduate from Bowie State this week.

Public weighs in on Harford school budget as clock ticks down to end of fiscal year

Havre de Grace High School teacher Rob Scott uses a solved Rubik's Cube to make his point to the Harford County Board of Education Monday that all parties must work together to support fully funding teacher salary increases. Havre de Grace High School teacher Rob Scott uses a solved Rubik's Cube to make his point to the Harford County Board of Education Monday that all parties must work together to support fully funding teacher salary increases.

Sagamore, South Baltimore neighborhoods form community coalition

Sagamore Development Co. and six South Baltimore neighborhood groups on Tuesday formalized a community coalition that will pave the way for Sagamore to deliver on the community benefits promised as part of the Port Covington redevelopment.

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Urban Oyster aiming to open Baltimore food truck

Norton launched the Urban Oyster this spring, serving char-grilled oysters and other seafood, and she plans to take the business from stands at local farmers' markets to a food truck. The Urban Oyster made its first appearance April 24 at a chef take-over at Truffle Butta Cafe in Towson.

Baltimore public housing plan needs scrutiny, oversight

The Allendale, a 164-unit West Baltimore public apartment complex, reopened Tuesday following a $27 million renovation funded by federal, state and private investment. The Allendale, a 164-unit West Baltimore public apartment complex, reopened Tuesday following a $27 million renovation funded by federal, state and private investment.

Police: Man shot, killed during attempted robbery in North Baltimore

MANDATORY CREDIT: Baltimore Examiner and Washington Examiner OUT BALTIMORE, MD -- 01/09/2008 -- Generic crime scene image of police lights as Baltimore Police investigate an apparent shooting Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2008. MANDATORY CREDIT: Baltimore Examiner and Washington Examiner OUT Baltimore Police are investigating after a man was fatally shot in an attempted robbery Monday morning in North Baltimore, the department said.

Man charged in fatal assault in Baltimore gas station parking lot

A 44-year-old man has been arrested and charged with murder in the March 29 killing of another man in a Baltimore gas station parking lot, Baltimore Police said. Eugene Cartwright, of the 2500 block of Shirley Ave., is being held without bail and is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Claud Maid, 32, of the 5900 block of Prince George St., police said.

Theater of the Absurd production detonates on Venus stage

What follows is an hour and a half in which the two women, strangers to each other, try to cope with being trapped in an unknown space. They push each other's pain buttons, sneer, scream, fall in love, fall out of love , indulge in self pity, create a chalk portrait and kick a cake pan around the stage.

'Swimmable' goal still eludes Baltimore harbor - but not all the time

It was safe to jump into waters off of Fort McHenry almost 90 percent of the time in 2016, but the Baltimore harbor is still far from meeting a goal of becoming "swimmable and fishable" by 2020, according to a report being released Monday. The Healthy Harbor Initiative report again gives the Patapsco River, Jones Falls and Gwynns Falls failing grades.

Balticon 51, Maryland Deathfest and Repticon: this week in Baltimore's arts scene

Leigh Alexander of Sparrows Point is dressed as Zelda from Skyward Sword during Balticon in 2015. Balticon 51 begins at 1 p.m. Friday and runs through next Monday.

Biden urges Morgan graduates to stay engaged

Former Vice President Joe Biden speaking at commencement exercises Saturday at Morgan State University , decried the decline of "civilized discourse" during the election campaign last year and urged graduates to stay engaged in the world. Speaking to more than 700 graduates and their families at the historically black university in Baltimore, Biden touched on his eight years as vice president under Barack Obama , his personal life, the 2016 election and the current political climate.

Man killed in Friday night stabbing, city police say

A 47-year-old man was found stabbed on St. Paul Street, just south of North Avenue on Friday night, Baltimore police said. Officers were called at about 11:03 p.m. to the 1800 block of Saint Paul St., where a man was on the ground with a stab wound.

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