Baltimore City Council Members Encourage Residents To Participate In 'Shop Local Challenge'Baltimore City council members are asking people to take part in the #ShopLocalChallenge.
Baltimore City Council Considering Capping Food Delivery App FeesBaltimore City Council is considering putting a cap on fees charged by popular food delivery apps. 
'Baltimore Will Get Better' | Council President Nick Mosby, 73rd Baltimore City Council Sworn Into OfficeThe 73rd Baltimore City Council were sworn into office Thursday morning.
Baltimore City Council, Mayor-Elect Cancel Traditional Inaugural Festivities Due To COVID-19Baltimore City Council President-Elect Nick Mosby and Mayor-Elect Brandon Scott are changing their inauguration festivities. 
Baltimore Leaders Propose 30% Tax On Electronic Smoking DevicesA number of city leaders are proposing a 30% tax on electronic smoking devices sold in Baltimore.
Baltimore City Council Approves Restrictions On Toxic PesticidesBaltimore City Council voted Monday in favor of a bill to regulate three toxic pesticides. 
Baltimore City Council Passes Bill Designed To Help Laid-Off Hospitality WorkersThe Baltimore City Council passed two bills Monday that will help hospitality workers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore's Toppled Christopher Columbus Statue To Be Returned To Original OwnersThe Baltimore City Board of Estimates voted Wednesday to return the toppled Christopher Columbus statue that once stood in Little Italy back to its original owners.
Baltimore Councilwoman Shannon Sneed Pushing For Residency Requirements For City Police Command Staff With Council BillBaltimore City Councilman Shannon Sneed is pushing for residency requirements for certain Baltimore City Police command staff, with a council bill proposed at a council meeting on July 13. 
'Decades Overdue': Baltimore City Council Re-Examines Police Response To Mental Health, Behavioral CallsA Baltimore city councilman is asking city leadership to re-examine its response to behavioral and mental health crises.
Baltimore City Firefighters Say Budget Cuts Would 'Put Citizens In Harms Way'Two Baltimore City fire stations are facing cuts to their trucks and staff because of the financial strain caused by the coronavirus pandemic.