Tributes From Maryland Lawmakers, Leaders Pour In For Civil Rights Icon John LewisTributes from Maryland lawmakers and leaders continue to pour in for civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis, a Georgia Democrat who died Friday at the age of 80. 
Baltimore City Council Calls For All Voters To Receive Mail-In Ballots For 2020 General ElectionThe Baltimore City Council is urging Gov. Larry Hogan to mail every eligible voter a mail-in ballot for the General Election this November.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Worries About Gaps In Service With DefundingBaltimore’s police commissioner is responding to efforts to defund the city’s police department.
Sheila Dixon Officially Concedes Race In Democratic Primary For Baltimore City MayorFormer Baltimore City Mayor Sheila Dixon officially ends her campaign while congratulating Brandon Scott on winning the democratic nomination.
'We Can Make Baltimore Better' | Brandon Scott Claims Victory In Baltimore Mayoral Democratic PrimaryBrandon Scott claimed victory in the Democratic primary race Tuesday night after another round of results came in. 
Brandon Scott Takes Lead Over Sheila Dixon In Baltimore's Mayoral RaceCity Council President Brandon Scott now holds a narrow lead in the race to be the city's next mayor.
Officials Continue To Count Votes In Tight Baltimore Mayoral RaceElection officials continue to count ballots from Tuesday's presidential primary election.
Poll Shows Tie In Race For Mayor Of BaltimoreWe are less than two weeks away for the primary election, and a new poll shows a tie for first place in the Baltimore race for mayor. 
Baltimore City Voters Should Receive Primary Ballots Within The Next Week, State Board Of Elections SaysWith Maryland's June 2 primary election now just over two weeks away, Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott is calling for answers about why some voters in Baltimore have yet to receive their mail-in ballots. 
Baltimore City Board Of Estimates Approves $3 Million For Distancing Learning TechnologyThe Baltimore City Board of Estimates unanimously approved Wednesday a $3 million transfer from the Baltimore Children & Youth Fund to Baltimore City Schools for distance learning technology in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Response: Baltimore City Council Passes Bill Prohibiting Rent Increases During State Of EmergencyThe Baltimore City Council Monday night passed legislation that would make it illegal for landlords to increase tenants' rent during a declared state of emergency and for 90 days after the declaration is lifted.