Actress Rain Pryor Vane Files Paperwork To Run For Baltimore City Council; 8 Candidates Officially Running For MayorActress Rain Pryor Vane has officially filed paperwork to run for city council in Baltimore's third district.
Baltimore City Council Introduces Plastic Bag Ban BillCouncilman Bill Henry introduced the bill that would create a checkout bag surcharge for paper, compostable and other bags given out for delivery or carryout use. 
Mayor Jack Young Signs Gender-Inclusive, Single Occupancy Restroom Bill Into Law At Baltimore Pride WeekendHistory was made at the Baltimore Pride Parade on Saturday.
Baltimore City Councilman Plans To Introduce Plastic Bag BanBaltimore City Councilman Bill Henry will introduce a bill next week banning plastic bags and charging a fee for any other bags given out at checkouts.
City Rec Centers Would Open Saturdays For First Time In Decades Under Baltimore's $2.9 Billion BudgetAs hot weather sets in, finding something fun to do on a Saturday afternoon can be a challenge. 
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.