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Baltimore, Maryland is located in Baltimore County. Zip codes in Baltimore, MD include 21251, 21241, and 21273. The median home price in Baltimore is $115,000 which is roughly $99/per square foot. More Baltimore information.

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49 min ago | Business Journal

Need for parking prompts 10 Light St. developer to join 22-story apartment project at 1 Light St.

The developer behind the 430-unit apartment conversion at 10 Light St. in downtown Baltimore is partnering with the developer of a proposed new apartment building at 1 Light St. to complete a long-stalled redevelopment on one of the city's most prominent corners.

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4 hrs ago | Business Journal

Here's how many jobs Pandora Jewelry really is bringing to downtown Baltimore

There have been a lot of numbers thrown around describing how many jobs Pandora Jewelry LLC is bringing to downtown Baltimore with its 88,000-square-foot headquarters.

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6 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

Man, 22, fatally shot in Northwest Baltimore

The victim was identified as Rashan Brian Middleton, who lived a couple blocks from where he was found shot around 11:15 p.m. in the 3200 block of Dorithan Road in East Arlington.

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6 hrs ago | The Washington Post

Oa Malleya s longest-serving aide departs for private sector

Even as he prepares for a potential White House bid , Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is continuing to lose key State House staff, a phenomenon typical for a governor nearing the end of his tenure.

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8 hrs ago | Business Journal

Jay Brodie: Opportunity awaits on Baltimore's Eastern Avenue

In a 200-year-old city like Baltimore, major development opportunities are hard to find.

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11 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

Traffic tie-ups to ease as Russell Street work wraps up

Baltimore commuters, take heart: Some of the frustration felt in recent weeks on major arteries to downtown will soon come to an end.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

The Baltimore Sun

Bel Air man shot leaving Joppa tattoo parlor Tuesday night

Around 10:20 p.m., Ryan Jay Kerrigan, 28, walked out of Stone House Tattoos in the 900 block of Pulaski Highway to his car, when he was accosted by two men, he told police.

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CBS Local

Amazon.com Representatives Meet With Baltimore Community

BALTIMORE - Amazon.com is taking the temperature of the southeast Baltimore neighborhood that will be home to its new fulfillment center.

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ABC2 Maryland

NAACP to hold national convention in Baltimore

Tessa Hill-Aston, president of the Baltimore branch of the civil rights organization, said in an email on Wednesday that the national board, meeting this week in Las Vegas, selected Baltimore as the site.

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Business Journal

Here's why Baltimore grocery chain Stop Shop Save didn't survive

Stop Shop Save has closed three of its last stores in Baltimore. The store at 1600 Harford Ave. is the last remaining store open in the chain.

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WPOC-FM Baltimore

The Baltimore City Skyline just CHANGED

Baltimore's HarborView Towers, a condominium complex on the Inner Harbor is about to become an iconic part of the Baltimore skyline with the revamped beacon on the top floor.

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Washington Blade

Baltimore trans women on edge after two murders

Lt. J. Eric Kowlaczyk of the Baltimore Police Department addressing the media after officers found Mia Henderson's body on July 16. The unsolved murders of two transgender women of color in Baltimore in recent weeks have left the city's trans residents on edge.

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The Baltimore Sun

Four, including teen, shot in Baltimore overnight

Four people, including a teenager, were shot and injured early Wednesday morning in Baltimore in two separate incidents, police said.

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Business Journal

HarborView Tower shows off its new $150K LED system with a light show

The HarborView Tower condominium complex in Baltimore has a new $150,000 LED system that will be used for light shows.

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The Baltimore Sun

Obama vows U.S. will seek justice in downing of Malaysian jet

The Dutch prime minister says the government aims to have the first bodies from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 back in the Netherlands tomorrow.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

WBAL-AM Baltimore

Behind Closed Doors Of Gov O'Malley's Meeting About Unaccompanied Immigrant Children

Gov. Martin O'Malley on Monday hosted a private meeting with faith leaders to pursue partnerships to help unaccompanied children who've crossed into the country illegally.

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The Baltimore Sun

Maryland assault weapon ban heads to federal court

Gun rights advocates will battle the state in federal court Tuesday over a ban on assault rifles and large magazines Maryland put into place after the massacre at Sandy Hook elementary school, challenging parts of the strict gun control regime as unconstitutional.

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Business Journal

New Maryland Public Health Lab to shift 200 workers from State Center to East Baltimore

Gov. Martin O'Malley led a ribbon cutting ceremony July 22 for the new $170 million Maryland Public Health Laboratory at Johns Hopkins' Science + Technology Park A new $170 million public health laboratory will be an anchor for East Baltimore and give momentum to efforts to spur growth there, state and city officials said Monday.

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Business Journal

Amazon comes to Baltimore to talk warehouses, hiring

Business owners near Amazon .com Inc.'s forthcoming warehouse on Broening Highway will likely begin to see a surge of new customers as more than 1,000 workers descend on the site daily starting next year.

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Washington Blade

Maryland extends health care coverage to trans state employees

Maryland has agreed to cover transition-related health care of its transgender state employees.

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