Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake
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.
A longtime aide and spokesman for Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is leaving her administration to work in the private sector.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is planning to visit an all-day competition between food trucks from Baltimore and Washington.
City police were canvassing Forest Park neighborhoods in northwest Baltimore Tuesday in search of leads to a May 8 murder.
Same-sex couples from all over the country will flock to Baltimore next month for a historic event.
The mayor’s vision for improving Baltimore goes to the test at City Hall. Monday is the first step in a complete overhaul of the city’s budget.
For the first time in history, Baltimore City Schools has the money needed to rebuild its crumbling school system.
Baltimore City leaders described the moment as historic. The city has the money it needs to rebuild its crumbling school system.
Big cuts to the fire department, but a raise for city workers and a decrease in property taxes. Those are just some of the highlights of Mayor Rawlings-Blake’s new budget.