'Tactless Finger Pointing': Baltimore Officials Push Back On Hogan's Criticisms Of The City During 'Re-Fund The Police' AnnouncementBaltimore City officials did not take the Gov. Larry Hogan's criticism lightly, with some arguing that more police officers are not the solution to the city's crime woes. Here's a rundown of some of the responses.
'His Name Is Never Going To Be Forgotten': Loved Ones Gather To Remember Elijah GorhamFriends and family members came together to honor Elijah Gorham, a senior and football star at Mervo High School.
Community Partners Wanted For Baltimore's Workforce Development NetworkBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott is looking for community buy-in to build up the city's workforce development network.
WJZ Exclusive: Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Says He'll Take Wearing Masks 'To The Next Level'Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott remains in quarantine at home, two days after he tested positive twice for COVID-19.
Mayor Scott Remains In Quarantine After Testing Positive For COVID-19; Contact Tracing Efforts UnderwayMayor Brandon Scott remains in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19 Monday morning. The mayor’s office said he feels OK, he's continuing to work remotely from home.
31 People Shot In One Week In Baltimore; Mayor, Commissioner, State’s Attorney Announce Plan To Stop ViolenceBaltimore City’s mayor, police commissioner and state’s attorney met at New Shiloh Baptist Church in the heart of West Baltimore Monday to lay out a holistic violence reduction plan. They admit current strategies are not working.
Baltimore City Council Approves Emergency Security Deposit Relief Act, Awaits Mayor SignatureThe Baltimore City Council approved the Emergency Security Deposit Relief Act Monday. It now awaits the signature of Mayor Brandon Scott.
Baltimore Fire Dept. To Rename Station After One Of The City's First African American FirefightersHe was one of eight African American firefighters to first enter and graduate the Baltimore City Fire Department in 1954
Mayor Brandon Scott Created A Program That Will Help Families Facing Eviction Get Resources They NeedMayor Brandon M. Scott is announcing the details of a program starting today that will connect people and families facing eviction with resources and support at the courthouse.
FIFA, US Soccer To Visit M&T Bank Stadium On Sept. 19-20 As Baltimore Vies For World Cup BidRepresentatives from FIFA and U.S. Soccer will be in town Sept. 19-20 to tour M&T Bank Stadium and observe the city's other sports amenities and infrastructure as a local group pushes for Baltimore to host matches during the 2026 World Cup.
Baltimore City Announces Funding For Community Land TrustsOn Friday, September 3, Mayor Bradon M. Scott and the Baltimore City Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) have announced a second Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for Community Land Trusts (CLTs).
Maryland Population Rose 7% Over Past Decades But Areas Including Baltimore City Lost Residents, Census FindsMaryland recorded 7% more residents in the 2020 U.S. Census than in the 2010 count, according to data released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Baltimore City Employees Should Get Vaccinated For COVID-19 Or Face Weekly Testing, Comptroller SaysCity Comptroller Bill Henry on Wednesday urged Mayor Brandon Scott to implement what would amount to a vaccine mandate for city workers.
Baltimore Non-Profit Hosts Career Fair In Cherry Hill, Mayor Brandon Scott To AttendEnterprise Community Development, a Baltimore non-profit organization, is hosting a career fair in the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore Thursday.
4 Charged After Police Seize Ghost Gun Materials During Drug Bust In North BaltimoreMayor Brandon Scott is joining the Baltimore Police Department and Commissioner Michael Harrison for a significant announcement Wednesday morning, the mayor's office said.