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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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Man shot to death on York Road in North Baltimore

A 35-year-old man was shot to death on York Road in North Baltimore Saturday evening, one of at least three shooting incidents being investigated by area police. Officers who were called to the 4600 block of York Road near Coldspring Lane shortly before 8:30 p.m. found the man with multiple gunshot wounds.

On a rainy day in Baltimore, Dr. Suess and Gil Sandler

It was another banner week for Baltimore - the police commissioner resigned because he hadn't filed tax returns for three years, and the City Council president said he didn't understand why the commish had to go; there was more talk of Pimlico's owners moving the Preakness out of the city; a sportswriter in Boston, the Smug of the Universe, declared the Orioles the most dysfunctional organization in Major League Baseball. So I did two things for my cloudy mood: I read some Dr. Seuss to first-graders and had lunch with 94-year-old Gilbert Sandler, the most Baltimorean of Baltimoreans.

Watch A Sneak Peek Of Idina Menzel On Undercover Boss: Celebrity Edition

On tonight's new installment of UNDERCOVER BOSS: CELEBRITY EDITION, Tony Award-winner Idina Menzel slips into an undercover role to find the next Broadway sensation. How will the voice of Frozen's "Let It Go" remain incognito? Check out this sneak peek.

'I got hope today': Bridge program moving some former...

Kat Avery says her life - months of sobriety, a job offer and the promise of a home - is unrecognizable from her days living in a tent under the Interstate 83 overpass. The 51-year-old woman moved in late January to a special dormitory-style shelter in East Baltimore for chronically homeless men and women after city crews kicked her and a couple of dozen others out from a sprawling encampment along Guilford Avenue near Bath Street.

Mount Vernon's Chick P City to close this month

Middle Eastern carryout restaurant Chick P City will close its doors in Mount Vernon this month after more than a year in business. Chick P City owner Abdel Majeed Tamerjan, and his wife, general manager Dina, announced the closure of the Read Street restaurant on the shop's website.

NTSB Investigation Examines Preventable School Bus Fatalities

The National Transportation Safety Board will meet Tuesday to discuss a pair of tragic school bus accidents that took a dozen lives in 2016. While some school administrators have cited school bus fatality numbers as a reason to install stop arm cameras, these two preventable incidents in Baltimore, Maryland, and Chattanooga, Tennessee, accounted for ten percent of the national school bus-related death toll, and nearly half of the students killed while riding a bus that year.

Ax-throwing bar Urban Axes prepares for June opening in Highlandtown

Inside a nearly 11,000-square-foot former industrial warehouse in Highlandtown on Thursday morning, the loud thud sound of small axes being thrown into wooden targets filled the room. Krista Paton, co-founder of the Urban Axes facility, watched as staff members in branded T-shirts brought 14-inch hatchets, weighing about a pound-and-a-half, behind their shoulders and then, in one smooth motion, release the sharp-edged axes toward bullseyes.

Rapper, actor Common to support Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby with June concert

Rapper and actor Common 's next Baltimore concert won't be at a typical city venue like Rams Head Live or MECU Pavilion - which is fitting, since it won't be a typical show. On June 3, the Grammy and Academy Award winner will throw his support behind Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby , who is in the midst of a re-election campaign, when he headlines a concert at the Assembly Room, site of the former Bourbon Street nightclub.

A look at recent Baltimore Police scandals, from De Sousa's resignation to Gun Trace Task Force

From the death of Freddie Gray to scandals over surveilance airplanes and body-camera videos, the Baltimore Police Department has had a rocky three years. The resignation of Commissioner Darryl De Sousa on Tuesday was just the recent example.

Baltimore veteran and teacher wins first playwright award from Arts in the Armed Forces

Vinnie Lyman, a Baltimore special education teacher and U.S. Army veteran, is the winner of the first Bridge Award, awarded by the nonprofit Arts in the Armed Forces, for his first play, "War Stories." The $10,000 prize was established last fall by the nonprofit Arts in the Armed Forces to encourage playwrighting by current or former members of the U.S. military.

Trump and Kim should hold their summit at Baltimore's HonFest, here's why

President Donald Trump will have his much-anticipated meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong-un in Singapore on June 12. And that's a pity. Nuclear Armageddon, I believe, would be more easily avoided if the president and "Dear Leader" met a few days earlier at Hampden's annual HonFest, which has, at its root, the only thing Messrs.

Meghan Markle isn't the first American to marry a British royal. Meet Baltimore's Wallis Simpson.

Not all British royal marriages are so celebrated, as Baltimorean Wallis Warfield Simpson could attest. When Edward VIII abdicated his throne in December 1936 to marry the twice-divorced Simpson, "the woman l love," England was scandalized.

ATF Baltimore offers $5K reward in search for Cherry Hill fugitives

The Baltimore field division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is offering a reward for tips that lead to the arrest of three men wanted in killings they allegedly committed while members of a Cherry Hill drug gang. According to the ATF, $5,000 each is available for information leading to the arrest of Travis Eugene Alewine, "Sticks"; Deaven Raeshawn Cherry, "Gotti"; and Terrell Luster, "Relly."

North Baltimore Social Security office among a string of locations set to close

The Social Security Administration office at the Rotunda in North Baltimore is scheduled to close next month, an addition to a recent string of field office closures decried by activists and lawmakers. The office at 711 W. 40th St. is slated to close June 22, when staff members will be relocated to other offices in the Baltimore area, according to Nicole Tiggemann, a spokeswoman for the Woodlawn-based federal agency.

A blur of Democrats vie for voter attention in quest to oust...

Top row, left to right: Rushern Baker; Ben Jealous, Richard Madaleno. Bottom row, left to right: Alex Ross; Krishanti Vignarajah; James Shea.

Maryland appeals court upholds firing of Baltimore cop for slapping teen

Maryland's second-highest court has upheld the decision of the Baltimore Police Department to fire an officer accused of excessive force. Serge Antonin, 44, entered an Alford plea in 2015 to one count of misconduct in office.

1 Killed, 2 Injured In Separate Shootings In Baltimore

The first shooting occurred around 12:15 p.m. when officers were called to an area hospital for a report of a walk-in shooting victim. When police arrived, they found a 38-year-old man with gunshot wounds to his body.

Square Feet: A Baltimore Neighborhood Is Revitalized, With Help From Its Residents

The Mount Vernon neighborhood of this city was for many years a haven for prostitutes and crack dens. But its residents, intent on fending off the drug scourge and high homicide rate that had infected many areas of Baltimore, joined together to turn their neighborhood's prospects around.

1 killed, 2 injured in separate Baltimore shootings

A 49-year-old man was fatally shot in the stomach in the 3700 block of Saint Margaret St. in Baltimore's Brooklyn neighborhood around 4 p.m., according to police. Earlier in the day, a 38-year-old man was shot in the 1200 block of Sargeant St. in Pigtown, according to police.

79-Year-Old Baltimore Co. Man Fatally Struck By Pickup Truck

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