As Curbside Recycling Remains Suspended, Baltimore Councilmen Want Contractors Hired To Address Staff ShortageA day after Baltimore's public works department announced curbside recycling will not resume in November as hoped, two Baltimore city councilmen are renewing their call for change.
Baltimore Councilmembers Want DPW Employees To Get $5K Bonus Amid Coronavirus PandemicTwo Baltimore City council members want public works department workers to immediately get a $5,000 bonus.
Wheelabrator Baltimore Working To Collect Recycling Across The CityWheelabrator Baltimore is stepping up to help keep recyclables out of the waste stream. 
Baltimore City Department Of Public Works Begins Extended Hours At Recycling Collection SitesBaltimore City’s recycling collection sites extended their hours on Tuesday. 
Here's How Unemployed Baltimoreans Can Get A Discount On Their Water BillsThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works has created an emergency discount program to help those struggling to pay their water bills due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore City Department Of Public Works To Extend Recycling Drop Off HoursThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works announced Friday they're going to be making several changes after pulling the recycling staff over to trash collection due to staffing shortages caused by the coronavirus pandemic. 
City Officials Don't Believe Tourism Will Add To Baltimore's Trash WoesWhile there are concerns that trash could pile up in some areas due to increased tourism without enough hands to clean it up, city leaders said they're confident the division will eventually get back up to speed.
Baltimore Public Works Employee Who Died While Working Route Identified As Donald SavoyOfficials have identified the Baltimore City Department of Public Works employee who died while working his route Tuesday as Donald Savoy.
Some Baltimore City Residents Forced To Bring Trash To Drop-Off Centers Due To Collection Delays Caused By COVID-19 PandemicTrash and recycling are not routinely being picked up because of the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on the Baltimore City Department of Public Works, forcing some residents to get rid of their trash themselves.
Baltimore DPW Says Twitter Account Was 'Compromised,' Deletes Tweet Blasting TrumpThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works said its Twitter account was compromised when a tweet critical of President Donald Trump was published Saturday afternoon.
Staffing Shortages, Increase In Trash Volume Lead To Curbside Pickup Delays, Baltimore DPW SaysThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works is blaming delays in curbside trash pickup on a number of factors, including the coronavirus pandemic and the weather.