Baltimore City Leaders Announce Start Of Code Blue Extreme Cold Program For Coming WinterMayor Jack Young and health commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa announced Thursday the start of Baltimore City’s Code Blue Extreme Cold program for the coming winter.
'We Have To Be Vigilant Now': Baltimore Leaders Urge Residents To Celebrate Halloween, Ravens Gameday SafelyBaltimore city officials on Friday renewed their calls for people to avoid large gatherings as Halloween, a Ravens home game and Election Day loom.
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 Mayor Extends Moratorium On Event Permits Through October Due To COVID-19 PandemicBaltimore mayor Jack Young and other officials addressed city residents at 10 a.m. on the latest related to the coronavirus pandemic.
People 'Trying To Find Loopholes' To Avoid Wearing Masks, Face Coverings, Baltimore Officials SayAt a news conference Thursday, Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young said city residents need to commit to wearing face coverings "instead of trying to find loopholes."
Tributes From Maryland Lawmakers, Leaders Pour In For Civil Rights Icon John LewisTributes from Maryland lawmakers and leaders continue to pour in for civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis, a Georgia Democrat who died Friday at the age of 80.
'Frustrated And Concerned' | Mayor Young, City Leaders Urge Baltimore Residents To Follow Social Distancing Guidelines, Avoid Large CrowdsMayor Jack Young, Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison urged residents Saturday to continue following COVID-19 safety protocols, including practicing social distancing and avoiding large gatherings.
Hogan: 'It's Absolutely Absurd' That Large Crowds Can Gather For Protests But Small Businesses In Baltimore Can't ReopenGov. Larry Hogan took aim at city leadership in Baltimore during a news conference Wednesday, blasting the city for not lifting some coronavirus-related restrictions like most counties in the state have done.
George Floyd Death: Baltimore A 'National Example' Of How To Protest Peacefully, Young SaysBaltimoreans protesting the in-custody death of an unarmed man in Minnesota set a "national example" of how to peacefully protest, Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young said Sunday.
Baltimore Police: 'Armed And Dangerous' Suspect On The Loose After Allegedly Shooting At Officer, Carjacking Bystander During GetawayA Baltimore City Police officer was injured after he was shot in the line of duty Tuesday night in Federal Hill, according to police.
Baltimore Mayor Hopes President Trump Will 'Change His Mind' About Fort McHenry Visit And Stay Home On Memorial DayBaltimore Mayor Jack Young hopes President Donald Trump changes his mind about visiting Baltimore's Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine this Memorial Day and instead remains at home.
Gov. Hogan: State Allowing For Flexible, Community-Based Approach To ReopeningGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday that he will lift the state's stay-at-home order Friday, but said that he is allowing for a flexible community-based approach.
Mayor Young, Baltimore Co. Executive Olszewski Say Community-Based Approach Is 'Necessary' In Phase One Of Reopening ProcessBaltimore Mayor Jack Young and Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski issued a joint statement Wednesday in response to Gov. Larry Hogan's decision to lift the state's stay-at-home order on Friday.
Coronavirus Response: Young, Leaders Of Maryland's Largest Counties Want 'Coordinated Response' To Reopening StateBaltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young said the leaders of some of the state's largest jurisdictions want to see a "coordinated response" to the state's reopening plan.
'I Want To See The City Thrive': Young Hopes Voters Give Him Full Four-Year Term As MayorWJZ is taking a closer look at the candidates hoping to become the next mayor: in this story is current mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young.