Monarch Academy Students Petition To Keep School OpenDozens of students from Baltimore's Monarch Academy delivered more than 1,000 letters and petitions to the office of Mayor Catherine Pugh and City Council President Jack Young on Thursday.
City Council Announces Timeline For Upcoming Hearings For Police Commissioner Nominee Joel FitzgeraldBaltimore City Council laid out a timeline for the nomination process of Dr. Joel Fitzgerald for Baltimore police commissioner Thursday.
Confirmation Process For New Police Commissioner UnderwayThe City Council took up Joel Fitzgerald's nomination at their final meeting of the year.
Teen Who Spoke To City Council On Violence Prevention Murdered In East BaltimoreDaVonte Friedman had been working to turn his life around—even speaking to several members of the Baltimore City Council on youth violence—before he was murdered Saturday in East Baltimore.
Baltimore Moves To Ban Landlords From Rejecting VouchersThe Baltimore City Council is eyeing legislation that would prevent landlords from rejecting tenants who use housing subsidy vouchers, and is putting pressure on the state to do the same.
Baltimore City Council Considers Bill To Require Changing Tables In Men's BathroomsThe bill came after a photo went viral of a father in Florida changing his child's diaper on his lap because of a lack of changing tables.
Baltimore City Council Agrees To Hearing On Bringing Surveillance Plane Back To City's SkiesThe public hearing will be in October.
Council Members Consider Slashing Baltimore Speed LimitsA majority of the city council supports the idea that could reduce speed limits by 10 miles an hour.
Balt. City Mayor Wants To Raise $55M; City Council Wants More InformationBalt. Mayor Pugh is proposing the city lease publicly owned garages to raise $55 million. City Council members say they need more information about where the money will go.
Marilyn Mosby Misses Budget Meeting For State's Attorney's OfficeBaltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby missed the City Council budget hearing for the State's Attorney's Office.
Baltimore City Council Votes To Sync Traffic Lights In Response To Fines For Blocking IntersectionsBaltimore city leaders voted Monday night to sync traffic lights within the the next few weeks.
Baltimore Councilman Proposes $15M Racial Equity FundA Baltimore city councilman introduced legislation that would require each city agency to assess its policies and establish an annual fund, a two-pronged approach to eliminating "structural and institutional racism."