Baltimore's $2.9 Billion Budget Would Keep All City Rec Centers Open On SaturdaysAll of Baltimore's recreation centers will begin opening their doors on Saturdays, under a $2.9 billion spending plan to be voted on Tuesday by the City Council.
Baltimore City Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Proposes $53M Toward Crime Investigation Efforts In Pitch To City CouncilOn Monday, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison was given five days to create a crime plan.
Gender Inclusive, Single Occupancy Restrooms To Be Focus Of Baltimore City Council HearingA bill that would require all single-occupancy restrooms in the City of Baltimore to be gender-inclusive is the focus of an Education and Youth Committee hearing with the Baltimore City Council on Thursday.
Mary Pat Clarke, Ed Reisinger Retiring After More Than 2 Decades On City CouncilMore changes are coming to Baltimore's political landscape.
Brandon Scott Named New Baltimore City Council PresidentBrandon Scott was named the new Baltimore City County president Monday night.
Wheelabrator Sues To Stop City From Enforcing Tougher Pollution Standards With Clean Air Act Baltimore incinerators and trade associations have filed a lawsuit against the city, saying the Baltimore Clean Air Act is illegal and conflicts with existing state and federal requirements. 
New Legislation To Make It Easier To Remove Baltimore Public Officials In Wake Of Mayor Catherine Pugh ScandalSeveral members of the Baltimore City Council are looking to change the charter to make it easier to remove a public official and place curbs on the Mayor's power.
'I Can't Imagine What She Is Going Through,' Former Mayor Sheila Dixon Reacts To Controversy Surrounding Catherine PughFormer Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon, who ran the city for three years and weathered a scandal of her own, reacted to the current state of the city and the controversy surrounding current Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh.
Who Is Bernard C. 'Jack' Young?Baltimore's new acting mayor is Bernard C. "Jack" Young.
Baltimore City Council Releases Background Interviews On Michael HarrisonBaltimore City Council released information from the background interviews with Acting Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Monday.
City Council, Fire Officials Meet Over Lack Of Equipment ConcernsA meeting between Baltimore City Council and the Baltimore Firefighters Union took place Tuesday over concerns that the agency is not well-equipt to handle emergencies.