Baltimore City Council Moves Styrofoam Ban ForwardThe Baltimore City Council has moved a bill forward that would ban plastic foam containers for carryout food and drinks -- a measure that Mayor Catherine Pugh has supported.
Md. Delegate Proposes Disbanding Baltimore PD After Corruption TrialA state delegate who represents Baltimore has proposed that the city's police department "be disbanded and reorganized from the ground up."
Baltimore May Demolish Homes, Move Residents From Gilmor HomesOfficials in Baltimore say they plan to relocate more than 120 families from West Baltimore's Gilmor Homes public housing project.
Mayor Catherine Pugh To Provide Update On Repairs To City SchoolsOn Monday morning, Mayor Catherine Pugh is expected to provide an update on the status of the emergency repairs that have been made to Baltimore City Schools.
Baltimore's Elected Officials, Including Mayor To Get Pay RaisesBaltimore's officials will see an increase in their pay to start 2018.
Baltimore Mayor Fires Back At Governor On Crime Plan: 'There Wasn't Anything New Announced'A day after Governor Larry Hogan took aim at Baltimore's violent crime problem, Mayor Catherine Pugh fired back.
Baltimore To Provide Legal Help For Immigrants In Deportation CasesBaltimore will now increase its support for immigrants facing deportation proceedings.
Second Annual Coat Drive And Wellness Fair At Under Armour HouseOn Saturday, you will have the opportunity to help people in need during the Second Annual Coat Drive and Wellness Fair.
Baltimore Mayor Implements 'Daily Morning Huddle' To Combat Youth Violence; Commissioner Blast Criminal Justice SystemFrom attacks at the Inner Harbor to carjackings throughout the City, police say crime involving teenagers is simply out of control.
Baltimore Mayor Doubles Down On Decision To Remove Monuments Following Trump's CriticismMayor Catherine Pugh defended her decision to remove four controversial monuments after the president called leaders who took that action "weak."
Baltimore Mayor, Commissioner Discuss Crime Plan Amid Record-Shattering ViolenceBaltimore remains on pace for more murders than ever before. Wednesday, the mayor outlined new federal and state help to stem the shootings, while the police commissioner urged patience.
Baltimore Mayor On Confederate Statues: 'I Wanted Them Out Of The City'Baltimore City's four Confederate monuments are no longer resting where they once stood for years.