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 City Council Approves Legislation To Provide Residents With Better Access To JobsThe City Council voted to send Mayor Brandon Scott legislation that will give city residents more access to jobs in Baltimore.
Homeless Rally In Baltimore, Demand City Leaders Do More To Help ThemMembers of the homeless community and their advocates rallied at Baltimore City Hall on New Year's Day. They shared a list of demands they have for city leaders -- a plea on behalf of the city's homeless.
'Baltimore Will Get Better' | Council President Nick Mosby, 73rd Baltimore City Council Sworn Into OfficeThe 73rd Baltimore City Council were sworn into office Thursday morning.
Mayor-Elect Brandon Scott Names City Administrator, Chief Of StaffBaltimore Mayor-Elect Brandon Scott named two top posts in the Mayor's Office on Monday.
Baltimore City Leaders Address Violent Crime In City, Town Hall Meetings ThursdayA City and Town Hall meeting was held Thursday, both discussed strategies to break the cycle of violence in Baltimore.
Taneytown Resident Rodney Davis Charged With Driving Truck Into City Hall Over Water Bill DisputeA Taneytown resident faces nine separate charges after allegedly driving his truck into the community's city hall Friday evening.
Backpacks Full Of School Supplies Ready For Distribution Ahead Of Baltimore City's Annual Back To School RallyExpect a crowd at City Hall this weekend.
Ransomware Attack To Delay Baltimore Home Buying And Selling As Deed Records, Water Bills ImpactedAs Baltimore city continues to battle a ransomware attack, homebuyers and sellers are facing delays as the city's deed records were affected.
City Hall Officials Ransomware Attack Affecting How Residents Pay Their BillsA ransomware attack has crippled some of Baltimore's computer network and it's affecting how some residents pay their bills.
Some Baltimore City Services Still Shut Down Due To Ransomware AttackThe Baltimore City Government continues to be affected by a ransomware attack that happened Tuesday.
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.
Baltimore Police Officer Convicted Of Assaulting Juvenile Victim In Front Of City Hall In 2016Baltimore City Police Officer Carlos Rivera-Martinez was convicted Tuesday of second-degree assault and misconduct in office.
Baltimore's Most Historic Buildings Have Fire Suppression Systems To Prevent A Fire Like Notre DameIn light of the devastating fire at the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, how vulnerable are some of Baltimore's most historic buildings?
Baltimore Women's March Will Descend Downtown January 19Organizers are encouraging people to join this cause, and use the hastag, #IMarchBmore to pledge their support and use their voice.