Coronavirus Latest: Brandon Scott Supports Release Of More Specific Data On COVID-19 Patients, Releases Plan To Support Baltimore Economy, Residents"If we're going to attack this public health pandemic, one like we've never seen before, we cannot do that properly without considering what has already happened in Baltimore," Scott added.
Man Accused Of Assaulting Baltimore Council President Brandon Scott Files Assault Charge Against ScottCase records show Moore filed the charges Tuesday, claiming Scott assaulted him on February 5.
City Council President Calls For Review Of Baltimore Contracts With J.P. Grant In 'Healthy Holly' FalloutJ.P. Grant was the book purchaser involved in the Healthy Holly scandal.
HVAC Or Schools? Baltimore Leaders At Odds Over Budget Surplus Spending On City SchoolsThere is a hearing next week to update the city's finances for Kirwan.
Council President Scott: BPD Recruitment Effort Showing 'Optimistic Signs'A digital recruitment campaign the Baltimore Police Department launched in July to address its significant shortage of officers is showing some positive early signs, city council president Brandon Scott said Thursday.
Council President Brandon Scott Calls On Mayor $34M Budget Surplus To Pay For Heating, AC In Baltimore City Schools60 percent of school buildings in the city lack air conditioning, according to Baltimore City Schools data, and over the last month alone 49 schools had to be closed for the day due to high temperatures.
City Council President Brandon Scott's New Agenda Wants To Let Teens Vote, Focuses On Crime PreventionScott also says he will host nine town halls across Baltimore to get more direct feedback from his neighbors.
Md. Leaders Seek Briefing From NSA On Report That NSA Tool Was Used In Ransomware AttackBaltimore City Council President Brandon Scott has called for Gov. Hogan to seek a federal emergency and disaster declaration for the weeks-long cyber attack that brought the city government computer systems and citizen services down.
Baltimore City Hall Computer Network Infected With Ransomware Virus, Officials SayBaltimore City Hall government servers have been infected by a ransomware virus that government officials said is spreading throughout their network.