Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake
The City of Baltimore has opened Hurricane Shelters. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Checked in w/ The Norris & Davis Show
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Officially Declares State Of Emergency; State & Federal Offices To Be Closed On Monday
Everything has come to a standstill in Maryland as Hurricane Sandy gets ready to hit the state. Roads, schools, businesses, governments, travel– all of it has been shut down. Some have even been evacuated from their homes.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake officially declared a State of Emergency for Baltimore in order to ensure comprehensive preparations for Hurricane Sandy and to help allow for future federal reimbursement of potential storm costs.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake issued a statement regarding the fatal fire in Northeast Baltimore.
The Maryland Judiciary is hosting its second annual “Peace Walk” around the Baltimore Inner Harbor.
According to a new survey, city residents list “disobeying traffic laws” as a bigger problem in Baltimore than property crime, panhandling or graffiti.
Responding to complaints, the city is targeting vacant homes to demolish. Mike Schuh reports on the success of one community in the northeast.
The investigation continues into whether Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s acceptance of free tickets to city events is ethical behavior.
The president of Baltimore’s fire union apologizes after two of its union members post online pictures of the mayor’s face on toilet paper.
Baltimore’s mayor is taking fresh criticism for her stand on immigrants coming into the city.
The push to round up votes to hold a special session for gambling expansion is shifting to Baltimore.
A vacant Baltimore rowhouse where police say a 13-year-old girl was raped has undergone an extensive rehabilitation.