Holiday Tree Goes Up In Front Of Baltimore City HallThe holiday tree has arrived at City Hall. 
Immigration Advocates Hold Rally In Baltimore As Part Of March From New York To DCThe future of over more than a million undocumented DREAMers will soon rest with the Supreme Court.
New Committee Meets For First Time Following Baltimore Ransomware AttackIt's been six months since the day of the cybersecurity attack on Baltimore. 
World-Renowned Local Artist Derrick Adams Opens New Exhibit At City HallA world-renowned artist returned home to Baltimore. 
Marylanders Rally Against New Abortion Laws Passed Across USSeparate rallies throughout the state Tuesday gave a unified message aimed at responding to the wave of new abortion laws recently passed in states across the U.S. 
As Ransom Deadline Nears, Baltimore City Continues To Struggle For FixThe crippling cybersecurity attack on Baltimore City enters its ninth day, as city officials continue to say they can't say much about the investigation. 
Real Estate, Home Buyers Bear Brunt Of Baltimore City Hall Ransomware AttackThe businesses are locked out of databases they rely on to close real estate deals. 
City Hall Officials Ransomware Attack Affecting How Residents Pay Their BillsA ransomware attack has crippled some of Baltimore's computer network and it's affecting how some residents pay their bills. 
Some Baltimore City Services Still Shut Down Due To Ransomware AttackThe Baltimore City Government continues to be affected by a ransomware attack that happened Tuesday.
Baltimore City Hall To Get $17M In Repairs Over Next DecadeOver the next decade, Baltimore's City Hall will be renovated to the tune of $17 million, in a bid to clean and shore up the building's exterior.
Baltimore Mayor's Spokesman Resigns After First Day On JobBaltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh's new spokesman, who was introduced Wednesday, has resigned after his first day on the job.