Violence In Baltimore City Continues To Outpace 2020 Numbers, Governor Hogan ReactsMurders and non-fatal shootings continue to outpace 2020’s numbers. According to police statistics, the current 160 homicides so far represent a 6 percent increase from this time last year. Non-fatal shootings have increased by 18 percent year-to-date.
Baltimore City Delays Implementation Of Plastic BanBaltimore announced the decision to delay the single-use plastic bag ban for businesses.
'I Am Absolutely Outraged' City Leaders & Community Members Gather For Crime Walk In West BaltimoreAfter the broad daylight shooting at Mondawmin Mall, the increase in violence in fells point and the mass shooting in West Baltimore, calls are growing louder for something to change.
'It's Scary' Neighbors React To Wednesday's Mass Shooting In West BaltimoreThere's a sense of unease in the air along West Lexington Street on Thursday after 6 people were shot and 1 person died in a mass shooting the day before.
Mayor Brandon Scott Responds To Class-Action Lawsuit, Assembles Task Force To Address Baltimore's Past ADA NoncomplianceMayor Brandon Scott has responded to the class-action lawsuit filed in regards to the city's past noncompliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act by assembling a multi-agency task force.
Baltimore City Leaders Acknowledge World Elder Abuse Awareness DayMayor Brandon Scott, along with the Baltimore City Department of Social Service & Health Department acknowledged June 15 as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
Video Shows People Running For Cover After Gunfire in Fells Point Over The WeekendVideo shows the frightening moments as people ran for cover after someone fired more than a dozen gunshots on Aliceanna Street near Broadway in Fells Point just before 2:30 a.m. Sunday.
Baltimore City Leaders Urge Gov. Hogan To Reinstate Unemployment BenefitsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, City Council President Nick Mosby and Comptroller Bill Henry have sent a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan urging him to reverse his decision on stopping the payments.
More Violence In Fells Point: Business Owners Believe Concerns Continue To Go UnansweredAll weekend long, there was a heightened police presence in Fells Point and many streets were blocked off by barriers. However, business owners said they don't think that's the solution and believe it is hurting more than helping.
City Police Investigating Overnight Shooting in Fells PointBaltimore City Police say one person was injured following a shooting overnight in the 1600 block of Aliceanna Street in Fells Point.
‘It’s Just All Political Agenda’ Some Business Owners Criticize Mayor, City Response In Fells Point; Street Closures In EffectThere was a visible police presence in Fells Point Friday night. Bill Packo owns Barley’s Backyard and has been a part of the Fells Point community for more than 3 decades. Like many others, he said he has reached his breaking point after violence and public drunkenness, which has been out of control in recent weeks.
Mayor Brandon Scott Didn't Attend Fells Point Town Hall Because He Was At Another Community MeetingA town hall was held Thursday night to help outline how police would be address recent crime in the Fells Point area.
Baltimore To Offer $3.3 Million In Security Deposit Aid To RentersFinancial relief is on the way for some renters in Baltimore. Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced an expansion of Baltimore City's Eviction Program. The expansion will provide tenants with resources for long-term housing stability.
Baltimore Community Members Demand End To Gun Violence, HomicidesWith 141 homicides so far this year in Baltimore, community members called for an end to gun violence and had a message for those committing the crimes.
2.9M Marylanders Now Fully Vaccinated As Push Continues To Reach Those HesitantMore than 2.9 million Marylanders are now fully vaccinated, but the work continues to reach those who are still hesitant. Greater Baltimore Medical Center gave out Covid-19 shots, no appointment necessary, at its new Advanced Primary Care Practice Saturday.