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Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Traffic modifications for O’s/Red Sox, The Riff on the Cliff Music & Arts Festival, Hampdenfest, and Shotti’s Point tailgate, plus closures on the JFX and MD 295.

| September 9, 2022 | 0 Comments
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E. coli Found in Water in West Baltimore, Water Boil Advisory Issued for Parts of South Baltimore

E. coli Found in Water in West Baltimore, Water Boil Advisory Issued for Parts of South Baltimore

Total coliform and E. coli contaminants have been found in water in parts of Baltimore City. A Boil Water Advisory (BWA) has been issued for many parts of West Baltimore and parts of South Baltimore including industrial sections of Cherry Hill and the neighborhoods of Lakeland, Morrell Park, Saint Agnes, Oaklee Violetville, and Yale Heights.

| September 6, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Baltimore Traffic Modifications for the Maryland Cycling Classic on Sunday

Baltimore Traffic Modifications for the Maryland Cycling Classic on Sunday

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise motorists of the road closures and parking restrictions that will be implemented for the inaugural 2022 Maryland Cycling Classic which will be held on Sunday, September 4, 2022.

| September 1, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Labor Day Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Labor Day Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Weekend Road Closures for the Maryland Cycling Class, Orioles/A’s, and Charles Street 12-miler.

| September 2, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Road closures for the O’s/Red Sox series, Mayor Scott’s Back to School Event, and Benders Festival, as well as a lane closure on the JFX for graffiti removal.

| August 19, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Lane closures on the JFX, MD-295, and Belair Rd. as well as closures for the Northwest Festival.

| August 12, 2022 | 0 Comments
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South Baltimore Resident Sam Cogen Slated as Baltimore’s Next Sheriff

South Baltimore Resident Sam Cogen Slated as Baltimore’s Next Sheriff

Sam Cogen, the current president of South Baltimore Neighborhood Association and former Assistant Sheriff for Baltimore City, will be the next Sheriff of Baltimore City after a narrow victory over 33-year incumbent John W. Anderson in the Democratic Primary.

| August 8, 2022 | 0 Comments
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15-Year-Old Charged with First-Degree Murder Following July 7th Homicide Near the Inner Harbor

15-Year-Old Charged with First-Degree Murder Following July 7th Homicide Near the Inner Harbor

Today, Baltimore Police Department announced a 15-year-old was arrested and charged as an adult for first-degree murder following the homicide that took place on July 7th at the intersection of Light St. and Conway St. The suspect was arrested at 6:35am today at a home in Essex in Baltimore County. The suspect was transported to the homicide section to be interviewed by detectives and then transported to the Central Booking Intake Facility where the suspect was charged.

| July 14, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Road closures and traffic modifications for the Orioles homestand, AFRAM, Juneteenth Festival, PRIDE of Mt. Vernon, crane lifts, and more.

| June 17, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Directional Change Coming to Unit Block of W. Randall St. in South Baltimore

Directional Change Coming to Unit Block of W. Randall St. in South Baltimore

A directional change is coming to the unit block of W. Randall St. in the South Baltimore neighborhood. This block will switch from a westbound orientation to an eastbound orientation.

| June 14, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Weekend road closures for the Paul McCartney concert, Juneteenth 5k, HONfest, and additional traffic modifications around the city.

| June 10, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Weekend Road Closures in Baltimore City

Traffic modifications for the Charles Street Promenade, Baltimore 10-miler, Trans Pride Parade, and additional weekend events.

| June 3, 2022 | 0 Comments
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New Congressional Map to Shake Up South Baltimore’s Representation

New Congressional Map to Shake Up South Baltimore’s Representation

While Maryland has only eight Congressional Districts in the U.S. House of Representatives, Baltimore’s Southern District was split between three of them. This changed today as Republican Governor Larry Hogan signed a new map into law that has all of South Baltimore, as well as most of Baltimore City, in the 7th Congressional District.

| April 4, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Baltimore City Public Schools Dropping Mask Mandate on March 14th

Baltimore City Public Schools Dropping Mask Mandate on March 14th

Based on the latest guidance from the federal health officials, the use of masks and face coverings will be optional for all persons in Baltimore City Public Schools campuses beginning Monday, March 14, 2022. However, masking for Central Office staff and visitors will be optional beginning Monday, March 7. 

| March 2, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Baltimore to Lift Indoor Mandate on March 1st, No Decision Yet on City Schools

Baltimore to Lift Indoor Mandate on March 1st, No Decision Yet on City Schools

Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott was joined today by Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa to announce the indoor mask mandate in Baltimore City will expire on March 1st. The mandate will also be lifted for Baltimore City employees.

| February 24, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Maryland State Board of Education Votes to End Mask Mandate

Maryland State Board of Education Votes to End Mask Mandate

The Maryland State Board of Education voted last night 12-2 to remove the mask mandate at schools on March 1st. Local school districts are now able to adopt their own masking policies.

| February 23, 2022 | 0 Comments
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Governor Hogan Ends Mask Mandate in State Buildings, Encourages Schools to Do the Same

Governor Hogan Ends Mask Mandate in State Buildings, Encourages Schools to Do the Same

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan will lift the mask mandate for State of Maryland buildings. He has also encouraged the State Board of Education to rescind its school mask policy.

| February 14, 2022 | 0 Comments
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