Baltimore Now Publicizing Whether People Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Locally Are City Residents Or From Other AreasBaltimore will begin publicize data that shows whether people who get COVID-19 vaccines at sites in the city live in Baltimore, city leaders said Friday.
Gov. Larry Hogan Defends Controversial Response Over Baltimore City COVID-19 VaccinesGov. Larry Hogan defended his controversial response to WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren’s question last week about Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott’s demand that Hogan reserve some doses at state-run mass vaccination sites for city residents.
Baltimore Lifts More COVID-19 Restrictions At Restaurants, Bars, Gyms And VenuesBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced he will lift more COVID restrictions for the city starting Monday, Feb. 22, at 6 a.m
Baltimore Officials Partner With Local Universities To Help With Vaccine OutreachThe city announces a new partnership with local universities and colleges to create better outreach to Baltimore residents for COVID vaccine roll-out.
Baltimore Officials Announce New COVID-19 Vaccine DashboardBaltimore officials on Friday announced the launch of a new COVID-19 vaccine dashboard that shows detailed data about how many vaccines have been administered and who has gotten them.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Launches Online Progress Tracker For First 100 Days ActionsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday the launch of his "100 Days of Action Tracker," an online tracking page for all of the priorities the mayor has said he will focus on his first 100 days in office.
Baltimore Will Not Outsource Water Meter Operations, Mayor Brandon Scott SaysBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced Friday that the city will retain Water Meter Shop operations and staff as part of the Department of Public Works while implementing a plan to overhaul Meter Shop operations for a better-functioning water system. 
'Flock Is Behind You' | Maryland Celebrities, Local Leaders Cheer On Ravens Ahead Of AFC Divisional RoundThe Ravens are getting ready for their AFC Divisional Round matchup on the road against the Buffalo Bills. 
In-Person Dining Remains Banned In Baltimore Due To COVID-19 Metrics, Mayor Brandon Scott AnnouncesIn-person dining will continue to be banned in Baltimore due to the city's COVID-19 metrics, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Friday.
COVID-19 Restrictions Not Lifted In Baltimore, Dining Will Remain Closed At RestaurantsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said Friday that he will not lift COVID-19 restrictions as the city continues to see a bump in cases post New Year's Eve. This means both indoor and outdoor dining will remain closed at city restaurants.
Baltimore Set To Begin Implementing Trauma-Responsive Care LegislationBaltimore City is starting to implement its trauma care law that was signed last year.