Rawlings-Blake Under Fire for Banning Reporter From Weekly Press BriefingsBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is under fire after banning a radio reporter from attending her weekly press briefings.
Judge Rules Against Law Requiring 'No Abortion' DisclaimersA federal judge has ruled that a 2009 Baltimore ordinance cannot force a pregnancy center to post a disclaimer stating that it won't refer women for abortions.
Baltimore Mayor Asks State for More Than $30 MillionMayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is asking Gov. Larry Hogan for more than $30 million to help reform the Baltimore Police Department as the city expects will be required under a pending consent decree with the Justice Department.
Muggsy Bogues In Town For Late Sister's Basketball TourneyNBA great and Baltimore native Tyrone "Muggsy" Bogues will be in town Monday for a basketball and flag football tournament honoring his late sister.
Community Leaders React To Edward Nero's Not Guilty VerdictMany community leaders are reacting to the fact that Edward Nero was found not guilty of all counts. They say the trial is the justice the city asked for.
Gov. Hogan Says He's Still Waiting For 'Thank You' From Mayor SRBGovernor Larry Hogan had a few words for outgoing Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Thursday.
Reading Program Offers Children A Chance To Earn Free Admission To National AquariumThe National Aquarium, in partnership with the Enoch Pratt Free Library System and alongside Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, announced today the launch of the Read to Reef Book Club.
7 Members Appointed To Review Baltimore's Confederate Statues, Historical AssetsSeven members have been appointed to a special commission to review all of Baltimore’s Confederate statues and historical assets.
Baltimore To Buy Trash Cans For All HouseholdsBaltimore 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.
8,000 Teens Get Summer Jobs Through YouthworksFor the first time in years, the mayor's Youthworks program was able to employ all of the teens who signed up for summer jobs.
Maryland Officials Want Answers On Baltimore TransportationRed hot over the so-called Red Line. State and local leaders clash with the Transportation Department.
Vacant-To-Value Program Continues To Help Renew Blighted NeighborhoodsBoarded up and falling down. Thousands of vacant homes in Baltimore City a blight on many neighborhoods.