Top Baltimore news: Mayoral candidate's traffic stop investigated; nonprofit restores Hoen building

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Police investigate officers’ actions in mayoral candidate’s traffic stop

Baltimore police said Tuesday they are investigating whether officers violated departmental policy last fall during a traffic stop of mayoral candidate Thiru Vignarajah.

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Police sergeant, suspect, bumped shoulders before altercation, court documents say

Charging documents detail events surrounding an officer being spit at, punched and kicked while trying to conduct an arrest.

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A. Hoen & Co. lithograph building restored by nonprofit that aims to grow neighborhood

With Strong City officially moving into the building, which is more than 150 years old, and more tenants arriving soon, the Hoen building is once again on its way to becoming a community anchor. 

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Corruption charges against former delegate Cheryl Glenn to be ‘resolved’ today, attorney says

Former Baltimore delegate Cheryl Glenn’s defense attorney said he “fully expects” the federal corruption case against her to be “resolved” at an arraignment hearing in U.S. District Court this afternoon.

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