Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake
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.
It’s the pinnacle of urban leadership. This weekend, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will be named President of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
A five-year-old boy is recovering with a fractured skull and broken bones after being run over earlier this week by a dirt bike.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will join Baltimore City officials, residents and members of the business community at the Enoch Pratt Free Library Wednesday morning to announce a free, nutritious food program to benefit children in low-income areas.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will join the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Baltimore Book Festival at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor this September.
Baltimore City’s recent push for youth programs continues to grow.
There are new questions about the curfew put in place by the mayor after the riots. Did she have the authority? And why was it for the entire city?
Public defenders are challenging the Baltimore mayor’s authority to impose a citywide curfew after last month’s riots stemming from the death of Freddie Gray.
The citywide curfew was lifted Sunday as demonstrations remained peaceful. On Friday, the state’s attorney announced charges against six city officers for their roles in the death of Freddie Gray. It’s a move many demonstrators were calling for.
This came as a surprise, police said they would not turn their information over to prosecutors until tomorrow.