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Residents from both the Patterson Park and Higlandtown neigborhoods worked on beautification projects last weekend. In Patterson Park, over 30 volunteers turned out to plant six trees along Fairmount Ave. […]

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At 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 12, a truck carrying a 42 ft. trailer was headed eastbound on Boston St. Though it may seem like a routine run, there was […]

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Perfection is typically something unattainable for which to strive, but the Archbishop Curley football team recorded an achievement for the ages on Nov. 8, capping an undefeated, 10-0 season by […]

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to the right. Gmart is the barely-visible building at the end of the strip of green.
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The Highlandtown Community Association is closer to turning a long, east-west strip of land that fronts 25 S. Conkling St. into a community garden. “It’s kind of gearing up for […]

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Baltimore has always had a pathologically creative aspect to its psyche, says the Creative Alliance’s co-founder and outgoing program director, Megan Hamilton, but only more recently has the city let […]

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Lt. Col. Melvin Russell, head of the Baltimore City Police Department’s Community Partnerships Divisions, believes partnerships work best when responsibilities are shared. “You’re never going to be successful without having […]

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