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Safe Streets Opens New Location In Sandtown-Winchester

Ten safety counselors joined representatives from the mayor’s office on March 17, 2016 to open a new Safe Streets facility in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood. Located inside a former Catholic convent, it might be seen as a fitting backdrop in contrast to the gun violence that has plagued the area, which became the center of national attention last year because of a resident named Freddie Gray. “The Safe Streets program has realized significant success across Baltimore City, with two sites having at least one twelve-month period with no homicides,” said Sean Naron, a spokesman for the city’s health department. “In 2014, […]

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Gov. Snyder Beginning To Learn The Meaning Of

By Keith A. Owens Michigan Chronicle One of the best and most thorough news stories on the recently released report breaking down what happened in the Flint water crisis comes courtesy of Bridge Magazine. There are a virtual goldmine of stories contained within those 116 pages, and for reporters it is turning out to be the gift that just keeps on giving. And for the residents of Flint, it is complete and full validation of what they have been screaming at the top of their lungs for nearly two years trying to get Gov. Snyder’s attention. But the one aspect […]

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