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.
A career paramedic, firefighter and public administrator who is the former fire chief in Lincoln, Neb., has been selected to become Baltimore’s next fire chief, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced Monday.
An iconic family-owned grocery store in Highlandtown will close its doors by the end of the month. Santoni’s is pointing the finger at Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake for a sales loss.
The mayor and other city leaders honor a longtime employee killed earlier this year in a tragic crash in front of City Hall.
Taking the taxman private. It’s in a bill introduced in the Baltimore City Council following revelations of errors in city tax collecting.
A recent study of dropouts in Baltimore shows that for those who drop out, absences begin in elementary school.
Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined The Vinny & Rob Show to discuss the cancellation of the Grand Prix of Baltimore for (at least) 2014 and 2015 due to scheduling conflicts.
Frustration grows across Baltimore City as the violence spirals out of control. The mayor now adds more officers to the streets to keep people safe.
Bad robocall. Friday morning, thousands of Baltimore residents got a wake-up call from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
Maryland officials are announcing funding for a health zone in Baltimore to help address persistent health disparities.
The mayor’s plans are already drawing stiff criticism for city residents living in neighborhoods plagued with violence.
One sure way to keep kids off the streets is to put them to work. And Baltimore is working on that.