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    The intersection of St. Paul, Centre and St. Paul Place would be greatly complicated by bidirectional traffic, a consultant says.

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    It won’t be cheap or easy to make two-way traffic a reality on St. Paul and Calvert streets. These are the main findings of a voluminous report compiled by consultants for the city transportation department. A survey finds public support for dual traffic lukewarm at best.

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    DeRay Mckesson in Baltimore in 2009.

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    Amid high hopes from some and eyerolls from others, the 11th-hour mayoral candidate says he’s working on positions papers and staff hiring. Last night, he was doing his thing on Twitter, engaging about everything from Beyonce to juvenile justice litigation.

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    Sen. Joan Carter Conway at the State Capitol.

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    BREAKING NEWS – Morgan State University announced it is backing off from plans to provide student housing at the Northwood Plaza site. This development comes a day after State Sen. Joan Carter Conway introduced a bill in Annapolis that would bar the university from housing students on the property.

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    Sheila Dixon, Nick Mosby and David Warnock wait their turn to speak at a mayoral forum held at Arena Players theater.

    A gently phrased “trust” question for former Mayor Sheila Dixon, and aggressive queries about racial equity and campaign spending to others, as five mayoral candidates appear at the Arena Players last night before a spirited crowd.

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Sparks flew between a Liquor Commissioner Doug Trotter and several community leaders in Highlandtown at the first in a series of meetings planned to improve relations between the agency and residents.

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