Final Days For Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-BlakeWith just two weeks left as the head of City Hall, it will be the first time in more than two decades that Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake hasn't held a public office.
Bright Smiles for Baltimore City StudentsStudents at one Baltimore City School were part of a huge celebration that brought out the mayor and one of the Ravens' most celebrated players this season.
Baltimore Police Introduce Trauma-Informed RoomsBaltimore officials are announcing new trauma-informed waiting rooms at the police department's headquarters.
A Healthy Baltimore for 2020Charm City is launching a strategic plan to improve the wellness and reduce violence in our community.
Padlock Order Lifted For Troubled Baltimore Gas StationThe City of Baltimore has lifted the padlock order on a gas station shut down by authorities months back after it became a magnet for violent crimes, police announced on Monday.
Baltimore Mayor Opens DNC Amid Party Chair's ResignationDemocrats have gaveled in their convention in Philadelphia -- after a day of discord that sent the party chief into exile.
Baltimore Police Body Camera Testing To Begin In OctoberBalitmore Mayor Stephanie-Rawlings Blake announced Thursday that the police department will begin testing body cameras in October.
Mayor Wants To Name Kevin Davis Police Commissioner Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake wants to name Interim Police Kevin Davis as the permanent leader for the Baltimore police.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Announces She Won't Seek Re-ElectionCity Hall stunner. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has announced she will not seek re-election. The mayor says her decision is in the best interest of the city she loves.
Police Ask Witnesses To Come Forward In Slaying Of 3 TeensPolice say two 19-year-olds and one 17-year-old were killed last night following a shooting in Baltimore.
In Wake Of Riots And Crime Spike, Baltimore Mayor Under FireBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake celebrated the groundbreaking of a row of abandoned homes in the Reservoir Hill neighborhood as part of a $4.6 million restoration project Tuesday.
Baltimore Mayor Announces Snow Shoveling Program For YouthBaltimore’s youth will soon see more employment opportunities coming this winter from the newly announced City Youth Snow Program.