Former Baltimore DPW Supervisor Ronald Smith Sentenced To A Year And A Day In Federal PrisonRonald Smith, a former supervisor for the Department of Public Works in Baltimore, was sentenced Thursday to one year and a day in federal prison for the federal charge of extortion under color of official right for misuse of his authority as a public employee.
Baltimore Department of Public Works No Longer Removing Graffiti From Private PropertyThe Baltimore Department of Public Works said Friday it only will remove graffiti from public property and public assets, such as light poles and statues. Owners of private property that has graffiti will be referred to other companies and organizations that can offer that service.
No Trash, Recycling Collections In Baltimore For Good Friday, DPW SaysThere will be no trash or recycling collections on Good Friday, April 2. 
Winter Weather Contributing To Water Main Breaks In Baltimore City, County DPW SaysThe Department of Public Works (DPW) says it has seen an increase in water main breaks in Baltimore City and county, in large part to winter weather. 
Baltimore DPW Closes Recycling Collection Centers ThursdayThe city's Department of Public Works closed its community collection centers Thursday following the season's first major winter storm. 
Baltimore DPW Recycling Collection Centers, Yards, Offices Closed Monday, Oct. 12The Department of Public Works will be closed on Monday, Oct. 12 for the observed holiday. 
Baltimore Mayor Announces Layoffs Of 63 Meter Operations Workers, Changes To Water Billing SystemBaltimore mayor Jack Young announced immediate changes to the city's water billing and meter reading system that will result in the layoffs of 63 meter operations employees. 
Baltimore City Adds Additional Recycling Drop-Off Location, Extends HoursThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works is extending hours at the community collection sites to help residents with their recycling. 
Brandon Scott Asks Baltimore DPW To Extend Hours For Recycling Collection Sites, Add LocationsCity council president Brandon Scott is asking that the city do more to help residents after the Department of Public Works suspended curbside recycling through November 1. 
State Makes $413M In Budget Cuts Due To COVID-19 Pandemic; More Could Come Next MonthA bleak revenue forecast led the state's spending board on Wednesday to cut more than $400 million from Maryland's budget.
Baltimore DPW Employee Mishandled Checks Worth Nearly $50K, Report FindsIn May 2019, twelve checks totaling $48,478 were found in a box on the employee's desk.