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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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Shepley Bulfinch to conduct feasibility study for Loyola University Maryland

Shepley Bulfinch, a national architecture firm known for design excellence and innovation with offices in Boston, Houston and Phoenix, is pleased to announce that it has been selected to conduct a feasibility study for an Integrated Behavioral Science Complex at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore, Maryland. The study will define the program and design concepts to create a complex of bold new academic engagement spaces facing Loyola's central Evergreen Quad.

Bail hearing postponed for woman charged in 8-month-old's death at day care in city

Leah Walden, 23, an employee of the Rocket Tiers Learning Center in the first block of S. High St., was taken into custody early Thursday and charged with first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, second-degree child abuse, and reckless endangerment in the Tuesday afternoon death of Reese Bowman. Leah Walden, 23, an employee of the Rocket Tiers Learning Center in the first block of S. High St., was taken into custody early Thursday and charged with first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, second-degree child abuse, and reckless endangerment in the Tuesday afternoon death of Reese Bowman.

Single Carrot Theatre takes audiences by bus on a 'Promenade' through Baltimore neighborhoods

All the streets will be a stage when Single Carrot Theatre welcomes audiences aboard a bus for the world premiere of its traveling production "Promenade: Baltimore," starting June 2. For about 90 minutes, passengers will wear headphones, listening to a live-mix soundtrack of music, narration and interviews with local residents, while the bus weaves through several neighborhoods. During frequent curbside stops, the theatergoers-in-transit will be able to observe through the windows diverse scenes performed on sidewalks and stoops by actors.

Wedded: Sabrina Delores Washington and Corey Dante' Bradford met in 1988 at Fallstaff Middle

Sabrina Delores Washington and Corey Dante' Bradford were married April 28 at the Sheraton Baltimore-North in Towson. Her story: Sabrina Delores Washington, 40, was born and raised in Baltimore.

A first look at Sandlot, the new outdoor restaurant - and more - from Spike Gjerde's group

Standing on a three-and-a-half-foot wooden deck still in the noisy process of construction this week, Spike Gjerde and Corey Polyoka - partners of Baltimore's Foodshed restaurant group - stared out to the Inner Harbor , envisioning the colorful fireworks that will fill the sky later this summer. "There's water pretty much surrounding us, 270 degrees, so it kind of has its own city-island feel," Polyoka said.

Ida B.'s Table opening downtown this summer

The chef previously behind Herb & Soul Cafe is opening a new restaurant in downtown Baltimore that will serve modern soul food while paying homage to a 19th-century African-American journalist and civil rights activist. Chef David Thomas is partnering with the Real News Network to open Ida B.'s Table.

In the old Obrycki's space, Angie's Seafood offers a more polished take on coastal cuisine

Located in the former Obrycki's space in Upper Fells Point, Angie's Seafood, which opened in September, offers crabs and numerous seafood dishes. People still walk into the old Obrycki's spot on Pratt Street in Upper Fells Point looking for steamed crabs.

Daycare worker charged with murder in death of 8-month-old girl

A caretaker at a daycare facility near downtown Baltimore has been charged with assaulting and killing an 8-month-old during nap time, police said. Leah Walden, 23, an employee of the Rocket Tiers daycare in the unit block of S. High St. is being held at Central Booking and is charged with first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, second-degree child abuse, and reckless endangerment in the death of Reese Bowman, police said.

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.

Md. LGBT Chamber of Commerce to launch

The chamber will offer networking opportunities, business development efforts within the LGBT community, and educational programming to its members. The goal is to create more business opportunities for the LGBT+ community by connecting corporations with suppliers, teaching how to navigate within the federal and state government for contracts, and ensuring that workplaces are safe and welcoming.

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.

East Baltimore Man Arrested In Shooting Of Off-Duty Officer

Baltimore County police say an east Baltimore man's been charged with last Thursday's nonfatal shooting of an off-duty Baltimore police officer at his home in Gwynn Oak. Antonio Tremayne Jones, 45, of the 4900 block of Aberdeen Avenue is charged with attempted first degree-murder, first-degree assault and a firearm violation.

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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