Here's a rundown of the big stories from over the weekend, in case you missed them:
A "person of interest" in the City Grill shootings was picked up on unrelated charges.
The widow of one of the men killed in the City Grill shootings has become all too familiar with the grief of losing loved ones in street violence.
Mayor Byron W. Brown says closing bars earlier is not a solution in combating crime.
Ellicott District Council Member Curtis Haynes has a full plate as he learns the job of lawmaker.
A local Marine injured in Afghanistan will be able to live independently as he completes his rehabilitation, thanks to the efforts of Vets HERD and other volunteers, writes Staff Reporter Barbara O'Brien. Here's a video report:
Seven of the eight City Grill shooting victims had a criminal past.
Police brass, city officials and some downtown tavern owners say the City Grill shooting was an isolated incident, but the Chippewa District has been the scene of escalating violence this summer.
Property seized from a Cleveland hedge fund manager who bought two Hamburg mansions for $6.3 million -- including a Hummer, a Corvette, a Mercedes Benz and a $100,000 Land Rover -- has been turned over to the federal government.
Judd Logan, a Seneca Nation member, has earned a full ride to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Mansion row was on display as part of Saturday's first Delaware Avenue Tour of Homes.
Riverside high school has unveiled a new football field, as well as a partnership with Medaille College.