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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
State's attorney candidate asks court to disqualify rival over residency requirement

Local attorney Charles "Chad" Curlett has asked the courts disqualify rival candidate Ivan Bates from the Democratic primary for Baltimore state's attorney, arguing Bates doesn't meet the residency requirement. Curlei tt sued Monday in Baltimore Circuit Court for Bates to be declared ineligible to appear on next year's election ballot.

Intineris buys Baltimore industrial property

Intineris Inc., a nonprofit that helps people with autism find work, has purchased the 24,000-squarefoot Rockrose industrial building from its landlord Typo Building LLC for an undisclosed price. The nonprofit has leased the building for the past three years.

Dance performance aims to bring awareness to Baltimore's food deserts

A local dance company will perform a show at the Charm City Fringe Festival this fall that explores the experience of people living in food deserts in Baltimore. Called "Foodless Food," the one-hour show premiered in May. Caitlin McAfee, director of BlueShift Dance, created the show, in which she performs alongside fellow dancer Adrienne Kraus Latanishen.

Food & Wine magazine: Baltimore's Ivy has the 'best hotel breakfast you can't have'

The Ivy Hotel in Mount Vernon might serve the best hotel breakfast, according to Food & Wine magazine. But unless you're staying in the ultra-boutique, it's not for you.

Attorney picked to oversee Baltimore police reforms called 'right...

Attorney Kenneth Thompson has been nominated by the city and U.S. Justice Department to be the federal monitor The man picked to oversee police reforms in Baltimore once helped clear a high-ranking city officer of corruption charges. He represented prominent venture capitalist "Little Willie" Adams when he was was found not guilty of running an illegal lottery in the 1980s.

Police seek identity of man in killing of Upper Fells resident found in alley

Baltimore Police on Wednesday asked for the public's help identifying a man in connection with the killing of a 52-year-old Upper Fells Point man over Labor Day Weekend. George Yurek, of the 1900 block of E. Pratt St., was found bleeding from the head in an alley in the 1000 block of Brentwood Ave. in Johnston Square about 10:25 a.m. on Sept.

Gasoline truck springs leak after hitting tree at Hopkins, closing road in North Baltimore

A gasoline truck hit a tree and sprang a leak at the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus Wednesday morning, officials said - prompting a Baltimore Fire Department HAZMAT response. The northern half of San Martin Drive, from West Gate to University Parkway, was closed due to a "small fuel spill," the university said on Twitter.

Danny Glover will make gumbo for Ida B.'s Table's grand opening

Actor Danny Glover will bring his family's gumbo recipe to the grand opening of Baltimore's newest soul food restaurant. Ida B.'s Table will celebrate its grand opening Saturday with a sold-out event that includes a special appearance by Glover, who will join chef David Thomas in the kitchen to make Glover's grandmother's gumbo.

Greenmount Avenue warehouse to be converted to 50 artist apartments

A Baltimore developer plans to turn a vacant warehouse near Green Mount Cemetery into 50-unit apartment building for artists. Half the units will be available at a reduced rate, by allowing artists to barter services, such as painting or providing art to decorate the building, in exchange for reduced rent, said Ernst Valery, founder and president of SAA Valery said the approach is intended to make quality housing more affordable for artists, while making the building more unique.

Traffic, pedestrian safety concerns raised in Fort Howard

President of the Fort Howard Community Association Scott Pappas has raised concerns about high traffic volumes and lack of safety measures in historic Fort Howard. According to a letter written by Pappas and sent to many Baltimore officials, public servants and active community members, the Fort Howard Community Association was granted a traffic investigation in order to investigate the possibility of traffic calming in the community, but after the initial traffic count, no immediate action was deemed necessary by Greg Carski, Baltimore County chief of Bureau of Traffic Engineering and Transportation Planning.

Baltimore oysters get the casual treatment

Whether or not it was pay day, Jasmine Norton would stake out a spot at an oyster bar every Friday. But it was not always easy to convince friends to join her - both the shellfish and the atmosphere in which they were served could be intimidating.

Sister Of Man Facing 6 Years In Prison For Killing Puppies Says Brother Needs Help, Not Jail Time

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Acid Cloud Prompts Baltimore Hazmat Response

Sept. 18--Residents in South Baltimore are free to leave their homes after they were asked to shelter in place due to a HAZMAT leak at a plant in Fairfield on Monday, the Baltimore Fire Department said. A cloud of chlorosulfonic acid leaked through a valve at the Solvay Industries plant in the 3400 block of Fairfield Road sometime Monday morning when the acid was being transferred from a tanker to a trailer, Fire Department spokesman Chief Roman Clark said.

Trial opens for man accused of plotting killing of Baltimore barber

At Rod's Barber Shop in East Baltimore Andre Mosby was known as "BGE Dre," the man who could rewire an electric meter for friends to avoid the bill from Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. Mosby rewired a BGE meter for barbershop regular Emmett Edwards, Edwards told a Baltimore jury Monday.

Shelter in place lifted after chemical leak in Baltimore

Some residents near a chemical plant were told to shelter in place because of a chemical leak, but that order was been lifted. Baltimore Fire Department Chief Roman Clark said it appears that a valve from a tanker separated from a trailer, causing the leak at the Solvay Plant.

18-year-old charged with rape, murder of homeless woman in downtown Baltimore, police say

James Arthur House, 18, has been charged in the killing of a 35-year-old woman whose body was found last week on an access road in downtown Baltimore. James Arthur House, 18, has been charged in the killing of a 35-year-old woman whose body was found last week on an access road in downtown Baltimore.

A coffee subscription box service is launching in Baltimore

A pair of brothers from Harford County are starting a Baltimore-based coffee distributor with the hope of introducing customers to freshly roasted coffees through subscription boxes. Akash and Aman Magoon, 21 and 25, respectively, are launching Virtuous Coffee this week.

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