2 hotels unveiled as homeless shelters: ‘Something like this has never been done in Baltimore’

Baltimore City has transformed two hotels that it purchased this year, the Holiday Inn Express and the Sleep Inn & Suites, ...

Baltimore City has transformed two hotels that it purchased this year, the Holiday Inn Express and the Sleep Inn & Suites, ...

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Baltimore City officials seek applicants to take over newly acquired hotels

Baltimore City officials seek applicants to oversee permanent supportive housing in two recently acquired hotels for those ...

Baltimore City officials seek applicants to oversee permanent supportive housing in two recently acquired hotels for those ...

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Baltimore leaders cut ribbon on newly-acquired hotels aimed to address homelessness

BALTIMORE - Baltimore has officially acquired two hotels to be used as emergency shelters to address homelessness. City, state and federal cut the ribbon on The Holiday Inn Express, on North Gay ...

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Hotels to provide resources for Baltimore's unhoused

Two hotels in Baltimore, the Holiday Inn Express and the Sleep Inn & Suites, will be used to provide shelter for Baltimore's ...

Two hotels in Baltimore, the Holiday Inn Express and the Sleep Inn & Suites, will be used to provide shelter for Baltimore's ...

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Baltimore Unveils $18.4 Million Plan Using ARPA Funds for Hotels to Shelter Homeless, Boosting Housing Security Efforts

Baltimore opens two hotels to help the homeless, funded by the ARPA and aimed at providing housing and services.

Baltimore opens two hotels to help the homeless, funded by the ARPA and aimed at providing housing and services.

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Mayor Scott, officials cut ribbon on 2 newly acquired hotels to combat homelessness

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and other officials on Monday cut the ribbon on two newly acquired hotels to aid the city’s ...

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and other officials on Monday cut the ribbon on two newly acquired hotels to aid the city’s ...

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Office vacancies in downtown Baltimore expected to rise, but suburbs also at risk

A global consulting firm dubbed them “zombies” to refer to office buildings with high vacancy levels and low usage. Boston ...

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As Baltimore’s mayor salutes hotels purchased for the homeless, residents are confined to their rooms

The lockdown was intended to protect privacy, say officials, who held a VIP ribbon-cutting to celebrate the $15.2 million purchase to create more permanent supportive housing.

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Local casting call for a new Baltimore-based film

A new movie is filming in Baltimore and they are looking for local talent to join the production. The film called Fortuitous ...

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AP PHOTOS: Scenes from Alec Baldwin’s ‘Rust’ shooting trial

Nearly three years after cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was shot and killed on the New Mexico set of the film “Rust,” Alec ...

Nearly three years after cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was shot and killed on the New Mexico set of the film “Rust,” Alec ...

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Blown landing-gear tire causes a flight delay at Tampa International Airport; no injuries reported

Emergency responders were dispatched to American Airlines Flight 590 shortly before 8 a.m., Tampa International ... bids by ...

Emergency responders were dispatched to American Airlines Flight 590 shortly before 8 a.m., Tampa International ... bids by ...

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Orioles hold on to beat Athletics, 3-2, behind another solid Albert Suárez start

Albert Suarez pitched six strong innings for the Orioles while the offense did just enough to beat the Athletics.

Albert Suarez pitched six strong innings for the Orioles while the offense did just enough to beat the Athletics.

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The Baltimore Orioles are the Most Interesting Team at the Deadline

Baltimore’s outfield situation is a little ... 830 road OPS compared to a .590 home OPS suggest the walls being pushed back have hurt his production. Second, Cedric Mullins.

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The Phillies’ Nick Castellanos is making progress at the plate, and it started with a subtle but key change

A few weeks ago, the Phillies hitting coaches pulled Nick Castellanos aside. They showed him a series of videos. One was of ...

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State of the Yankees: June

The Yankees went 14-13 in the month of June and that was with Aaron Judge and Juan Soto combining to hit .350 with a 1.227 ...

The Yankees went 14-13 in the month of June and that was with Aaron Judge and Juan Soto combining to hit .350 with a 1.227 ...

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Baltimore Sun 2024 All-Metro boys lacrosse: McDonogh attackman Luke Miller named Player of the Year

He finished the team’s three playoff wins with 33 saves and a .590 save percentage.

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Doctor in Media office charged with stealing…

Baltimore Ave. Investigators gave this account ... police determined that shortly after 4 p.m. on Oct. 20 a $590.35 purchase was made at Lowe’s in Brookhaven and then at 5:39 p.m. a purchases ...

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Dodgers end four-game losing streak with 4-3 win over Detroit

Shohei Ohtani’s two-out RBI double gave the Los Angeles Dodgers a ninth-inning lead and they held on to beat the Detroit ...

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The Astros are finally .500 but there’s ‘no sense of relief’

A sweep of the Baltimore Orioles last weekend offered more ... Bregman has ballooned his OPS by 156 points throughout that period. A .590 slugging percentage across his past 100 at-bats has ...

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Live Kansas City traffic updates: Accidents, road closures, delays on KC-area highways

The traffic alert was reported Thursday at 9:06 p.m., and the last update regarding this incident was released on Thursday at 9:10 p.m. Kansas City: Baltimore Avenue temporarily closed There is a ...

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