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  • Bank of America Foundation Provides Students with Jobs

    The Bank of America Charitable Foundation recently announced that it would be selecting five high school students from the Greater Baltimore Area to participate in an eight-week paid summer internship at a local non-profit through its student leader program. In Baltimore the unemployment rate ...

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  • Liquor Stores Struggle In Aftermath of Riots

    The long-faded sign proclaimed the store’s fares—liquor and lottery. On April 27, however, the establishment on the corner of North and N. Fulton avenues resembled an ants’ nest—looters swarming in and out of the dark, yawning opening, toting pilfered goods away. Hours later—after the burial of ...

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  • HUD Program to Address Digital Divide in Baltimore

    Baltimore is one of 28 communities selected to participate in ConnectHome, a newly launched initiative by the Obama administration to speed up broadband adoption among low-income families. The program, which the president announced July 15 during a visit to Durant, Okla., is a public-private ...

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  • Baltimoreans Tell Their Stories of Police Out of Control

    When Tawanda Jones was contacted by a lawyer from the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, she was anxious to tell her story about how officers from the Baltimore City Police Department and Morgan State University caused the death of her brother, Tyrone West, on July 18, 2013.  But she ...

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  • Baltimore Crime Tweets

    Baltimore PoliceVerified account‏@BaltimorePolice 9:01 PM – 11 Jul 2015 Shooting: 2600 block of Boone Street. A male reported to be shot in the head. Det’s are investigating. Dispatched @ 8:37pm 10:37 PM – 11 Jul 2015 Shooting: 4300 block of Wabash Ave. A male was reported ...

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