Baltimore Healthy Start Program To Receive Nearly $1M DonationThere are over 100 Healthy Start programs across the country.
McDonald's To Add 700 New Jobs Across Baltimore, Offer Up To $3K A Year In College Financial AidMcDonald's is adding hundreds of new jobs to locations across the City this fall and is offering up more college financial aid to employees. 
Pride Of Baltimore II Returns To Inner Harbor After Summer Of SailingThe Pride of Baltimore II sailed back into the Inner Harbor on Saturday after traveling more than 7,000 miles. 
City Of Baltimore Announces Development Team For Park Heights ProjectA Park Heights development in the planning stages for years is finally getting underway.
Squeegee Alternative Plan Aims To Get Kids Back In School, Find A JobThe city is now working on a plan to help those kids get back in school or find permanent jobs. 
City Spending Board Green Lights Rash Field Park Renovations At Inner HarborWaterfront Partnership of Baltimore will partner with the City of Baltimore to renovate Rash Field Park at the Inner Harbor, they announced Wednesday.
Mayor Jack Young Has A Plan To Get Squeegee Kids Off Baltimore Intersections, But It Costs $1.19MThe Baltimore mayor's office of Children and Family Success has released a nearly $1.2 million plan to help deter the youth from working at city intersections and redirect their energy. 
Mayor Young Signs Executive Order Barring 'Gag Orders' In Police Settlements Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young signed an executive order Friday that the City said will ensure transparency in police-involved litigation. 
City Leaders, Hogan To Meet To Set Violent Crime Reduction Goals After Governor Pledges $21M In SupportA day after Gov. Larry Hogan pledged an additional $21 million in funding to help Baltimore address violent crime if the city met certain benchmarks, Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young said he and the governor will meet to go over specifics in the coming weeks.
Hogan Offers Millions For Baltimore Crime Reduction, Calls For End To 'Status Quo'Gov. Larry Hogan Tuesday said he's prepared to offer Baltimore an additional $21 million in state support to help fight crime in the city if leaders submit quarterly reports outlining their progress in making the city safer.
U.S. Mayors, Including Baltimore's Jack Young, Urge Lawmakers To Take Action On Gun ViolenceA group of mayors from around the country, including Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young, visited the nation's capital Tuesday, urging lawmakers to take action to prevent gun violence.