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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 $96/per square foot. More Baltimore information.

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2 hrs ago | Business Journal

Architecture review: Abominable 7-Eleven disfigures a Baltimore historic district

It comes as no surprise that the opening of a convenience store selling almost nothing that anybody should eat or drink creates little excitement in the surrounding community.

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2 hrs ago | Business Journal

Architecture review: Abominable 7-Eleven disfigures a Baltimore historic district

It comes as no surprise that the opening of a convenience store selling almost nothing that anybody should eat or drink creates little excitement in the surrounding community.

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5 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

Maryland's famous crustacean: from the Bay to the table

Tracking down Chesapeake Blue Crabs is easier said than done . These creatures have a mind of their own, and can easily migrate tens of miles a day.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

WTOP-FM Washington

Prince George's County remembers fallen county executive

The front of the historic wing of the Prince George's County courthouse was draped with a massive American flag Wednesday morning.

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The Baltimore Sun

Region's movie theaters staging a comeback

With today's opening of a 15-screen Cinemark theater in Towson, Baltimore and its immediate area - that is, within the Beltway - is home to nearly 60 movie screens.

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The Baltimore Sun

Cousin of slain standout teen was killed on July 4, police confirm

A 34-year-old Baltimore man killed July 4 in Northwest Baltimore was a cousin of Michael Mayfield, the standout teen killed earlier this year.

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The Baltimore Sun

The art behind Baltimore's ever-colorful Caribbean Carnival parade

Semaj James, 17, of Baltimore, models her female individual front line costume she will wear for the 2014 Baltimore/Washington One Caribbean Carnival parade.

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The Baltimore Sun

Transforming cars and lives

One man got up before daybreak and took two buses. Another rode his bicycle more than six miles to the top of the hill in Halethorpe , where a nondescript garage harbored hope.

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The Baltimore Sun

First of three 'supermoons' to appear Friday, Saturday

The full moon arrives Saturday morning, and it is the first of three in a row that can be considered a "supermoon."

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The Baltimore Sun

RedOwl plans to double workforce

Baltimore cyber security firm RedOwl Analytics plans to double its workforce to 50 people within the next few years as it tries to make Federal Hill Maryland's new technology hub, company CEO Guy Filippelli said Tuesday.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

The Baltimore Sun

New theaters proposed for block of N. Howard Street

A listless, west-side block of downtown Baltimore will undergo an energetic makeover if an idea generated by DIY-style theater troupes and local developer Winstead "Ted" Rouse comes to fruition.

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ABC2 Maryland

City reports lowest homicide rate in 30 years

Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued July 8 at 8:03PM EDT expiring July 8 at 8:30PM EDT in effect for: Anne Arundel, Prince Georges Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued July 8 at 7:43PM EDT expiring July 8 at 8:15PM EDT in effect for: Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Harford, Howard, Baltimore City Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued July 8 at 7:44PM EDT ... (more)

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The Baltimore Sun

Judge declares mistrial in BGF gang murder case

A Baltimore jury failed to reach a verdict in a high profile gang murder case Tuesday, and a city judge declared a mistrial after city prosecutors' first battle with what they say is a murderous Black Guerrilla Family group.

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The Baltimore Sun

As Baltimore crime declines, officials seek to boost perception

By any measure, statistics show crime has been dropping in Baltimore. Yet many residents, like Vincent McCoy, still say they don't feel it.

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The Baltimore Sun

Lured by woman, Owings Mills man fatally stabbed 60 times, police say

A woman lured an Owings Mills man into a robbery with the promise of sex, then along with an accomplice stabbed him 60 times, her co-defendant allegedly told Baltimore police this week.

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ABC2 Maryland

Woman charged in shoplifting incident

A Baltimore woman is charged with theft and another man is dead after they allegedly stole from a store at Arundel Mills Mall.

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Business Journal

Jessup paper distributor moving to Baltimore

Jessup-based paper distributor B&E Storage and Transfer is relocating to Baltimore with a new 294,000-square-foot lease at the Point Breeze Business Center on Broening Highway.

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WBAL-TV Baltimore

City homicides drastically drop in first half of year

Matthew Drake talks to 11 News in April about the death of his cousin, Michael Mayfield.

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WBAL-TV Baltimore

Hopkins, union workers reach tentative contract deal

A possible deal is on the table to end the standoff between Johns Hopkins Hospital and some of its non-medical workers.

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Business Journal

Law firm Shapiro Sher moving to 250 W. Pratt St.

Law firm Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler is moving from its longtime home at Charles Center to 250 W. Pratt St., a move that will greatly reduce the firm's real estate footprint.

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