Baltimore City Mourns Longtime Youth Basketball Coach Anthony LewisA longtime Baltimore City youth basketball coach has died.
Baltimore Rec And Parks Outlines Fall Indoor, Outdoor ProgrammingIf you're looking for some activities to do this fall in the city, there's good news!  Baltimore City Recreation and Parks announced its fall 2020 plans for indoor and outdoor recreation programs beginning next week.
Baltimore City Recs & Parks Programming Restarting October 13Baltimore City Recreation and Parks is set to restart its recreation programming next Tuesday. 
Baltimore City Recreation & Parks Reopen City Tennis Courts, Disk Golf CoursesPlayers are still asked to continue to maintain social distancing and groups of more than 10 are still prohibited. 
Coronavirus Latest: City Rec & Parks Take Away All Playground, Exercise Equipment After Some Residents Ignore Calls For Social DistancingDespite reminders to maintain social distancing throughout the city, some Baltimore residents have still been using city parks and playgrounds, Mayor Young said Monday. 
West Baltimore Harlem Park Rec Center Reopens After Closing In 2012After closing its doors in 2012, the Harlem Park Rec Center in West Baltimore is officially back in business.
Some City Pools Closed This Week Due To Water IssuesNone of the pools that opened on Saturday as part of the citywide opening had to close, however. 
Baltimore Pools Extend Hours In Response To HeatBaltimore City Recreation and Parks has announced that Baltimore City pools will operate on an adjusted schedule due to the heat.
Rawlings-Blake Joins Machado for 3rd Celebrity BaseBowl TournamentBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will join Orioles’ Manny Machado Sunday night for the third annual Celebrity BaseBowl Tournament.
Baltimore Mayor Announces Plan for City Recreation CentersBreathing new life into city rec centers. It's a $136 million plan announced by mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
4 Baltimore City Recreation Centers Awarded Private OperatorsThe Board of Estimates voted to award four Baltimore City recreation centers with private operators. The vote is a step forward for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Recreation Center Task Force Plan.