Report: Vendor Requests Price Increase Of More Than $600K From Baltimore Due To COVID-19 Despite Contract; City Denies RequestA vendor doing business with the Baltimore City Health Department requested a four percent increase in payment from the city despite the terms of the company's contract, citing the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, a report from the city's inspector general's office found.
Distribution Program Will Deliver 25K Fans, 1.2K AC Units To Baltimore City Residents 55 And OverBaltimore Mayor Jack Young announced a program Tuesday that will deliver fans and air conditioning units to older adults to help residents stay in their homes on extreme heat days. 
Baltimore Health Department Launches Campaign To Eliminate Lead Poisoning In ChildrenWhile the City Health Department has long been working to reduce the poisoning, it launched a new campaign Wednesday to try to get more children tested for lead.
Code Red Extreme Heat Alert Issued For Tuesday Until Sunday In BaltimoreCity residents who want cooling center information on Code Red Extreme Heat Alert days can call 311.
Insomnia Cookies In Downtown Baltimore Closed Due To Rat InfestationThere is no word on when or if the location on 1059 S. Charles Street will reopen. 
6 Baltimore Eateries, CVS Were Closed In May For Health Code ViolationsSeveral area restaurants and establishments serving food were closed this month for violating Baltimore city health department codes.
Mother's Federal Hill Grille Reopens After Temporarily Closing For 'Unsanitary Conditions'Mother's Federal Hill Grille was shut down temporarily by Baltimore City's health department Monday for unsanitary conditions.
UPDATE: Mt. Vernon Dunkin' Donuts Reopened Following Closure For Rodent InfestationBaltimore City's Health Department shut down a Mt. Vernon Dunkin' Donuts Monday after citing a heavy rodent infestation. The location has since been reopened.
Report: Health Department Wasted $170K On Gifts, TravelAn investigative report says Baltimore City's health department wasted $170,000 on unused promotional goods, excessive manager travel, snacks and staff gifts.
Baltimore City Health Department Encourages Naloxone TrainingThe Baltimore City Health Department wants to enlist all residents, like Sheppard, in a life-saving effort to prevent opioid overdoses.
City Getting $2 Million For 'Sobering Center'