The Week That Was

THE WEEK THAT WAS

June 10, 2007

Soup kitchen gets new home

Our Daily Bread moved from its Cathedral Street location to a new $15 million, 52,000-square-foot facility in the shadow of the city's jail by the Jones Falls Expressway.

Work paid, but undone

Spot checks by state inspectors found that Baltimore school employees falsely reported making promised building repairs and permitted shoddy work on renovations. A day later, Mayor Sheila Dixon ordered an audit of the program.

Wrong apartment raided

Annapolis police officers attempting to execute a search warrant broke down the door of the wrong apartment, an incident that the police are investigating.

More help with utility bills

Gov. Martin O'Malley added an additional $5 million to help those who can't pay their power company bills.

Priest quits in pay dispute

The pastor of St. Bernadette Catholic Church in Severn has stepped down after church officials concluded that he was paid more money than the Archdiocese of Baltimore allows.

Scottish Rite Temple for sale

The Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation is looking to sell the Scottish Rite Temple of Freemasonry at Charles and 39th streets and move to a smaller venue.

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