A small Maryland city just outside the Washington, D.C., city limits has voted to lower the voting age for city elections to 16.
Jim Ireton has been elected to a second term as mayor of Salisbury.
Do more liquor stores mean more violence? Some city officials say yes. Now they’re considering a controversial new zoning proposal that could put more than 100 stores out of business.
An 8-foot-tall bronze statue of Baltimore’s first black mayor will be placed at the Inner Harbor.
The Baltimore City Council has passed the mayor’s $2.3 billion budget plan, rejecting millions of dollars in budget cuts that it had endorsed earlier in the week.
The Baltimore City Council votes on a plan to restore some of the funding cuts proposed by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
In a significant move, Baltimore’s bottle tax is no longer stopped up in a City Council committee. It’s now going to the full council.
Buying a soft drink or bottle of water in Baltimore could get more expensive. WJZ has learned the bottle tax is moving forward despite concerns it was stalled in a council committee.
Fireworks will return to skies over Salisbury this July Fourth, but the display isn’t getting any funding from the city council.
After hearing complaints from some downtown business owners, Annapolis officials plan to consider requiring council approval for special events at City Dock.
A Baltimore City Council committee has approved Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s proposed property tax cut that would mostly be paid for with slots revenue.
A wind and solar power project proposed for a Talbot County wastewater treatment plant has been canceled by the county council.