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Baltimore City remains the strongest market for Class A apartments in the metro area as overall absorption and rents fell last year. Annual absorption in the metro area, according to Delta Associates, dipped below 2,000 units in 2017 for the first time for any four quarter period since the second quarter of ...

When Baltimore police officers respond to crime, they often rely on CitiWatch cameras and their operators to give them critical information about the scene. The cameras are posted throughout the city. CitiWatch cameras are monitored 24 hours a day. There are more than 700 of them in the city.
Baltimore, MD. (WUSA9) - "Hamilton" fans, rejoice! The hit musical "Hamilton" will be coming to Baltimore's Hippodrome in the summer of 2019. The show will run for four weeks from June 25 to July 21, a longer time than other shows typically run at the theater. Subscribers to the Hippodrome get first pick ...
The body of Gregory Dean Ferrell, 56, was found around 4 p.m. in his car in the 1900 block of West Baltimore Street. Advertisement. Related Content. Well-liked Baltimore special education teacher goes missing. Detectives did not observe any obvious signs of trauma or foul play, police said. Ferrell was ...
Baltimore (WBFF) - (UPDATE) Today, Baltimore City police announced they have located missing Baltimore City school teacher, Gregory Dean Ferrell, and he was pronounced dead at the scene by medics. At approximately 4:00 p.m., Ferrell was located inside of his vehicle, with dark tinted windows and was discovered ...
Baltimore City awarded $300,000 to the family of Anthony Anderson, who died after being tackled by a police officer. The city also signed a consent decree to implement mandatory reforms in January 2017. Eight officers of Baltimore's gun Trace Task Force were indicted for corruption last year; their former ...
Baltimore (WJZ) -- A Code Blue Alert has been issued for Baltimore as another dose of Arctic air will move into the area over the weekend. The alert is in effect from Saturday evening through Monday morning. This is the sixth alert for Baltimore this season. The previous alert that ended earlier this week ...
The University of Maryland Medical Center came under fire this week after a controversial video surfaced of a patient being left outside the facility in a hospital gown. A video captured by a passerby, Imamu Baraka, seems to depict security guards with a wheelchair leaving the woman at a bus stop.
While the storm significantly hampered students' ability to get to school across the Eastern seaboard, in the case of over sixty Baltimore public schools the problem wasn't getting them to school, but rather keeping them warm in school. A Baltimore teacher posted a picture of children huddled, freezing, in full ...
"We have not found any overt signs of foul play," said Baltimore police spokesman T.J. Smith. With no clues, it's like he just disappeared. "He left the club that evening and we don't know if he ended up returning there, or whatever the case might have been, but we believe he was there at some point in the ...

police are asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing vulnerable man in Baltimore. Baltimore police said Frank Reiss, 78, was last seen Thursday in the 3300 block of Benson Avenue. Police said his family and friends are concerned for his well being. Reiss is described as being 5 feet 5 inches ...
Baltimore, MD. -- Former NFL linebacker Aaron Maybin was growing frustrated as he repeatedly vented on social media about shivering Baltimore City schoolchildren enduring unheated classrooms. "I was tweeting about it and people just weren't getting it," said Maybin, who teaches art at Matthew A.
In a ruling seven years in the making, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ordered the city of Baltimore to "lay down the arms of compelled speech" it had taken up against pro-life pregnancy centers, once and for all, last Friday. The decision upholds a series of previous rulings in favor of Greater Baltimore ...
Baltimore officials plan to relocate more than 120 families from a public housing project near where a black man who suffered a fatal injury while in police ... The Baltimore Sun reports that Mayor Catherine Pugh said Wednesday that six buildings that are part of the Gilmor Homes housing project would be ...
A Baltimore hospital has started an investigation over why a distressed and confused patient was left at a bus stop at night in cold temperatures and wearing just a hospital gown. A passerby recorded a video Monday showing four security guards walking away from a bus stop next to University of Maryland ...
Baltimore (WJZ) -- Authorities say more than a dozen guns were stolen from an armory in Hanover, Maryland, Sunday morning. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, ... out a photo of the suspects Sunday night. ATF Baltimore, @NSSF offer up to $10,000 for information about 4 individuals who stole approx.
the weather wasn't too cold that December morning, so Councilwoman Rochelle "Rikki" Spector put on a light jacket as she headed for her gold Buick. Two teenage boys from southwest Baltimore were in her Inner harbor parking garage, cutting school and looking for cars to steal. They fixed their eyes on ...
The Baltimore teachers Union sent a letter on Wednesday to Sonja Brookins Santelises, the Chief Executive Officer of Baltimore City public schools, saying that this week students and teachers have endured dangerously low temperatures in buildings that are struggling to operate with bursting boilers and ...
The script is Hollywood but the ending is in Baltimore if it is Marvin Lewis' last game as head coach of the Bengals on Sunday (4:25 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) when they try to knock the Ravens out of the playoffs. After all, it is in Baltimore where Lewis burst on the scene at the turn of the century as one ...
The FBI has declined to lead an investigation into the murder of a veteran Baltimore detective who was killed one day before he was due to testify in a federal police corruption trial, Baltimore police Commissioner Kevin Davis said in a press conference Wednesday afternoon. On Nov. 15, homicide Det.
"With dangerously cold temperatures expected in Baltimore, I am issuing a Code Blue declaration beginning Christmas night through Thursday morning and encouraging residents to stay indoors, especially those most vulnerable to cold," Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen said. "Extreme ...
After reaching out to the electric company, the bill was soon corrected to $284.46. Horomanski shared a photo of the bill this week along with a joking tagline, "If we sell everything we own & then some just maybe in 100 years it just may be paid off." According to a spokesperson for Penelec, her electric ...
Baltimore (WJZ) -- Mother nature gave a few Baltimore homeowners a costly headache as fierce winds wreaked havoc in one Gwynn Oak neighborhood on Christmas. More than a few cars were likely totaled as a result, and a few people even experienced power outages. The community says they plan ...
Baltimore (WJZ) -- Friends and family are remembering a Baltimore teacher and her husband who were killed instantly when her father's plane plummeted to the ground in Florida on Christmas Eve. Victoria Shannon-Worthington was an English teacher and Peter Worthington Jr. was a law student.
Amid high winds and in anticipation of below-freezing temperatures, Baltimore officials have declared a hypothermia alert. ... News outlets report Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen said in a news release Monday that the Cold Blue would be in effect through Thursday morning, in response ...
10:49 p.m. ET - What went wrong: With 2:43 left in the third quarter, the Steelers had punted on each of their possessions, and the Ravens had scored on each of theirs, and as a result Baltimore had a 31-20 lead at that point in the game. Alex Collins started it off with a 21-yard run that became a 36-yard ...
Baltimore (AP) -- More than 850 gallons of magnesium hydroxide were accidentally released into a river in Baltimore. The Baltimore City ... The leak started from a broken line on a tank located at a facility on the south side of Baltimore County's Patapsco Pumping Station. The spill was stopped at 9 a.m. ...
"We prepare back in July," said Baltimore Department of Transportation spokeswoman Adrienne Barnes. "So we're prepared. We're ready. This is what we do." Officials, as always, are concerned about freezing overpasses and bridges. Much of the same concerns are over in Baltimore County where crews ...
It's no accident that Baltimore, Maryland sits along one of the most important mid-Atlantic trading routes. Back in the 1700s and 1800s, the city thrived as a bustling port town. These days, the sprawling city is home to well over 200 distinct neighborhoods, each offering its own distinct sense of place.
Baltimore police are looking for an 11-year-old girl who they said ran away after an argument with her father Thursday night. Emonee Collins was last seen at approximately 11:15 p.m. on the 4600 block of Reisterstown road, police said. Advertisement. Officials said Collins was last seen wearing a khaki ...
Snow develops late overnight into early Saturday morning and will push northward into the Baltimore area. During the day Saturday, the most persistent wet snow will fall with light accumulation in the Baltimore area. Isolated areas could get as much as 4 inches. More snow is expected in Southern ...
The Baltimore and central Maryland area is expected to get between 1 and 3 inches, he says. WJZ's Rick Ritter reports that, while this is the first snowfall of the season for the Baltimore region, the State Highway Administration has already been dealing with snow for weeks in parts of western Maryland.
Baltimore, MD. - Baltimore City police have arrested 35-year-old Daniel Greene for the murder of a Baltimore County volunteer firefighter. police say after interviewing witnesses, viewing video footage, and combing through physical evidence, they were able to identify Greene and arrest him without ...
Baltimore, MD. (WMAR) - Baltimore police arrested 25-year-old Devonta Cox after invading a home on the 3900 block of Norfolk Ave. police say Cox invaded the home on October 14 when he knocked on the door of the home and assaulted the victim with a handgun. They say he then took a T.V. from ...
As Baltimore murders Soar Anew, Mayor Talks of a Turnaround. With homicides in Baltimore threatening a new record, city's mayor talks positively of new steps to gain a turnaround. Dec. 6, 2017, at 2:32 p.m.. As Baltimore Murders Soar Anew, Mayor Talks of a Turnaround ...
The number of criminal cases dropped due to allegations of police misconduct in Baltimore continues to rise, prosecutors said. The alleged misconduct includes body camera videos that appear to show officers planting evidence and a federal indictment of eight officers on racketeering and fraud charges.
Baltimore (AP) -- Baltimore's City Council president is headed to D.C. to lobby for a change in gun laws. The city is in the midst of ... Baltimore City Council President Bernard "Jack" Young said in a statement Tuesday that he'll meet with members of Congress and legislative staffers. He said he'll push for ...
A 5-year-old female giraffe named Juma has died this week at The Maryland Zoo, marking the second death of a giraffe this year at the Baltimore facility. The giraffe had been undergoing treatment for gastrointestinal problems earlier this year, but never regained weight after its latest severe bout and died of ...
But at Digital harbor high school in south Baltimore, an English teacher thought the critically-acclaimed book would be a good read for a ninth grade class - an assignment for students as young as 14 years old. "I don't think the language is appropriate," said Dawson. Dawson's daughter is in 10th grade.
The Book Thing of Baltimore started out in the back of owner Russell Wattenberg's van. Today, it's a four-room warehouse where anyone can walk in, take as many books as they want and walk out. There's no cash register and no clerk, just rows and rows of free books for anyone who wants them.
In a statement, the Baltimore City school District said the book is not a part of an approved curriculum and will be replaced. The school district also said in that statement that high school administrators have met with the teaching staff to reinforce requirements around the use of approved resources.
(Baltimore) -- The death of a Baltimore homicide detective shot in the head with his own gun two weeks ago has transformed into a feeding frenzy of speculation in a city filled with armchair sleuths and deeply suspicious views of law enforcers. The unsolved Nov. 15 shooting of Detective Sean Suiter is ...
Baltimore (WJZ) -- Two Baltimore men have been arrested in a drug and human trafficking case in which crack cocaine and money were ...


 

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