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Discover What’s New in Food at the Clipper City Market

Want to know what’s new in food in Baltimore City? Check out Clipper City Market, a new pop-up food market debuting next weekend at Area 405! Clipper City Market is the result of a monthlong crowdfunding campaign started by four […]

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New Pathways Needed to Fill Middle-Skilled Jobs in Baltimore

There are middle-skilled jobs available in the Baltimore region, but many residents are unable to fill them, according to a report from the Opportunity Collaborative. The report, released on September 29 to the public, is the final part of the […]

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Help Shape MDOT’s Six-Year Capital Investment Program

Want to help shape the future of Maryland’s transportation projects? Now’s your chance! Every year, the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) tours all 23 counties and Baltimore City to update the public on its six-year capital investment program (detailed in […]

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How Access to Jobs and Frequency of Transit Service are Connnected

A new report from the University of Minnesota’s Center for Transportation Studies ranks 46 of the 50 largest metro areas in terms of how long it takes to access places of employment using public transit. In designing the ranking, the […]

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City Council Hearings on Youth Issues

The City Council Education and Youth Committee will hold two very important sessions on issues affecting young people in Baltimore.  The first hearing, entitled “Giving Youth a Voice in Community Decisions,” will discuss the lack of youth participation in many […]

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New Pathways Needed to Fill Middle-Skilled Jobs in Baltimore

There are middle-skilled jobs available in the Baltimore region,

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How Access to Jobs and Frequency of Transit Service are Connnected

A new report from the University of Minnesota's Center

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Is Baltimore Taking Steps Towards Water Privatization?

This August, City Paper reported that the Baltimore Department of

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Discover What’s New in Food at the Clipper City Market

Want to know what’s new in food in Baltimore

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Free Legal Services for Non-Profits

Do you run a small non-profit? Are you looking

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West Baltimore: Looking Back, Looking Foward

In 2011, West Baltimore hosted one of the city's

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