Amid the pandemic, about 1,000 of the most vulnerable students have been attending a form of in-person school.
Neighbors fear the affordable housing project will further concentrate poverty in a distressed neighborhood.
A training program for high school students in the juvenile justice system aims to expand the pool of candidates for entry-level jobs.
A Baltimore program helps Black women build wealth through homeownership.
Despite thousands of demolitions and rehabs, the number of empty buildings has barely budged for a decade.
"I do feel optimistic," says Edward Gillespie, an instructor at the city's police academy. "But it's not going to be an easy fight."
Terence Dickson isn't opening for outdoor dining at Terra Cafe just yet, even if it might cost him some business.
Closing the digital divide, one kid at a time.
Transit advocates say the city's system perpetuates inequality.
There's a marriage divide in the US that's leaving many working-class and poor kids "doubly disadvantaged," a researcher says.