City United on Cities United

Council unanimously approves a contract with a national association of municipalities to build an anti-violence infrastructure.

Setting It in Stone

A proposal is in the works to turn the city’s spending policies on affordable housing into a legally binding commitment.

Looking for Answers

The city is adopting new strategies to fill gaps in the services provided to help the homeless population off the streets and into housing.

A Growing Preserve

City Council votes tonight on whether to join with the Appalachian Mountain Bike Club to expand the William Hastie Natural Area.

Opposing Lineups

A special sales-tax district could help pay for a new baseball stadium, but at least one City Council member doesn’t want to play ball.

Assembling the Field

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Partisan politics and ideological principles undergird candidate recruiting efforts for City Council races in this year’s election.

A Blueprint to Block the Bullets

Even without a detailed spending plan, City Council approves $1 million of accelerated funding for violent crime intervention efforts.