Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has announced that the city will spend about $10 million to distribute a large trash can to each household in Baltimore.
For the first time in years, the mayor’s Youthworks program was able to employ all of the teens who signed up for summer jobs.
Red hot over the so-called Red Line. State and local leaders clash with the Transportation Department.
Boarded up and falling down. Thousands of vacant homes in Baltimore City a blight on many neighborhoods.
“I’m not going to resign. That’s not what Baltimoreans do. When times get tough we hunker down and get busy and that’s what I’m doing,” Rawlings-Blake said.
The song “Believe in Baltimore” is sweeping the city. The post-riot song is more than just catching on; it’s inspiring a whole new movement to show the positive side of our city. Wednesday, City Hall honors the young singers.
A bystander threw water on Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake while she was speaking at an event at Mondawmin Mall.
Kevin Davis takes the rein as Baltimore’s top cop on Wednesday afternoon after Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announces a change of command within the Baltimore Police Department.
Some residents of south Baltimore and other parts of the city are breathing a sigh of relief Tuesday because the Charm City Circulator’s banner route has been given a reprieve.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake made her inaugural speech Monday, taking over as president of the US Conference of Mayors—even as some question her leadership here at home.
The mayor of Baltimore will make history in San Francisco at a conference this weekend.
Tempers are flaring between Baltimore’s mayor and the city police union. At issue–whether she gave orders that put officers in danger during the riot in April.