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.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake endorses the Brown-Ullman ticket in the 2014 governor’s race.
Waging war against obesity. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, and more than a dozen mayors across the country, are making a push to stop food stamps from being used to purchase sugary drinks and snacks.
The nation’s mayors are expected to ask Congress to push anew for stronger background checks for gun buyers.
Dozens of same-sex couples from all over the country cap off Gay Pride Week by tying the knot before Baltimore’s top brass.
Though reports of domestic violence have been on a downward trend in Maryland, experts say many cases go unreported with the abuse continuing.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will officiate a mass wedding for same-sex couples during the Baltimore Pride Festival next month.
The Baltimore City Council has given a preliminary approval to a bill that would require local hiring for contractors.
Murder too close to home. The cousin of Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is shot and killed during a home invasion robbery.