Gary Brown, Jr., Roslyn Wedington Plead Guilty In Cases Connected To Catherine Pugh's IndictmentTwo former city employees -- Gary Brown, Jr. and Roslyn Wedington -- entered guilty pleas on conspiracy and tax charges.
Auditors ‘Hindered’ In University Of Maryland Medical System ReportAn auditor for the state of Maryland says his office has been “hindered” repeatedly in an audit of the University of Maryland Medical System, which has been rocked by scandal and resignations of board members.
New UMMS CEO Promises Accountability After ‘Healthy Holly’ ScandalFor the first time since a self-dealing scandal shook the University of Maryland Medical System, some financial disclosure information for current board members has been released.
Lobbyists Must Now Register With Baltimore City To Help Track Dealings With Public OfficialsLobbyists who do business in city officials will now be required to register with Baltimore.
Former Mayor Catherine Pugh Sells One Of Her Two Ashburton HomesFormer Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh sold one of her Ashburton homes two months after resigning from office, according to online property records.
Former Baltimore Police Spokesperson T.J. Smith 'Closing In On A Final Decision' About Running For MayorFormer Baltimore Police Department spokesperson T.J. Smith, rumored to be considering running for mayor in 2020, said Friday he's "closing in on a final decision" on whether to run for the city's top job.
Baltimore City Council Approves New Ethics Rules After 'Healthy Holly' ScandalBaltimore City Council has passed a new ethics rule in the wake of a scandal causing the resignation of former mayor Catherine Pugh.
Baltimore City Council Approves New Ethics, Disclosure Rules After 'Healthy Holly' ScandalThe legislation requires disclosure of all outside directorships, even if the group does not do business with the city.
7th Candidate To File Papers To Run For Baltimore MayorThe list of candidates seeking Baltimore's top job will grow by one Tuesday.
Young 2020? Mayor Mulls Running For Re-Election To Baltimore's Top JobBaltimore Mayor Jack Young will mark 100 days on the job Thursday, and now the former city council president who took over after former Mayor Catherine Pugh resigned is publicly floating the idea of running for a full term in 2020.
Hogan Names 11 New Appointees To UMMS Board After Self-Dealing, 'Healthy Holly' ScandalsGov. Larry Hogan Wednesday named 11 new appointees to the University of Maryland Medical System Board in an overhaul brought on by concerns over business relationships and practices within the board, including the "Healthy Holly" scandal that led former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh to resign.
'Healthy Holly' Scandal: UMMS Unanimously Adopts New Conflict Of Interest PolicyThe University of Maryland Medical System Board of Directors unanimously approved a new conflict of interest policy in the wake of the "Healthy Holly" book deal scandal that forced former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh from office.
Items Seized From Catherine Pugh's Office Shed Light On InvestigationOfficials in Baltimore's City Hall have released a list of items seized by federal agents when they raided former Mayor Catherine Pugh's office.
Brandon Scott Named New Baltimore City Council PresidentBrandon Scott was named the new Baltimore City County president Monday night.
Baltimore Shifts To New Political Era After Catherine Pugh ResignsJack Young spent his first full day as the Mayor of Baltimore keeping tabs on the city from a conference in Detroit.