Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake hit the streets to inform residents about the new curfew ordinance.
More than 1.5 million meals will be served to needy children in Baltimore this summer.
It’s a controversial bill that could help ex-offenders land a job in Baltimore. On Thursday, Mayor Rawlings-Blake signs it into law.
Three teens’ lives were cut short by violence in Baltimore City in just eight days. Thursday morning, city leaders spoke out about how to interrupt the violence.
Their motto is catching attention: don’t arrest me, hire me. A local community group is committed to putting city residents to work and keeping them out of prison. But BUILD says its jobs program has hit a major roadblock with the mayor.
One day after a Baltimore City charter school goes on lockdown, the mayor and the police commissioner meet with parents to talk about what happened at KIPP Academy.
The murder rate in Baltimore City has already reached an alarming high. In just two weeks, 14 people have been killed. The mayor and police commissioner are committed to curbing the violence and held another neighborhood walk-through to reach out to residents—but some question the motives behind it.
With federal unemployment benefits set to expire for more than 1 million Americans, Baltimore officials are trying to inform city residents about their options.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will join a Veterans Day march, and events are planned across Maryland to honor veterans.
One of the oldest family-run businesses in Baltimore is closing. The owner blames high taxes in the city. Meanwhile, the mayor is defending the city bottle tax.
Taking the taxman private. It’s in a bill introduced in the Baltimore City Council following revelations of errors in city tax collecting.
After months of tough negotiations, the mayor and Baltimore’s fire unions finally reached an agreement on a new contract—but there’s still one final vote it has to pass.