Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Mayor Jack Young Calls For President Trump To Give Stimulus Packages To Cities & States, Not Just CorporationsBaltimore Mayor Jack Young called President Donald Trump to not just bail out corporations during the coronavirus pandemic, but cities and states as well.
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland National Guard To Provide 'Humanitarian Assistance' In BaltimoreMayor Jack Young announced Friday the arrival of the Maryland National Guard in Baltimore amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Baltimore Police Told To Use Discretion For Low-Level ArrestsLast week, the department ordered additional protective equipment, such as masks, for officers who may interact with infected people.
Baltimore Mayor Begs Residents To Stop Shooting Each Other So Hospital Beds Can Be Used For Coronavirus PatientsBaltimore Mayor Jack Young urged residents to put down their guns and heed orders to stay home after multiple people were shot Tuesday night amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Case Was Community Transmission; Mayor Suspends Senior & Rec Center ProgramsBaltimore Mayor Jack Young said the city's first case of coronavirus was via community transmission, meaning the person did not contract the illness abroad.
Baltimore City, County Announce Halt To Water Shut-Offs During State Of EmergencyThe joint orders come amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore City Leaders Raise Concerns, Ask For Answers On Children And Youth Fund MoneyThe Baltimore City Council met Thursday to discuss the city's Children and Youth Fund and why its millions in grants have been slow to get to programs where the money is needed.
Baltimore Police Say They've Made 20 Homicide Arrests So Far This YearThere have been 44 homicides so far this year in Baltimore and with crime numbers up from 2019, Baltimore officials are feeling the pressure to address the violence.
Over 600 Pothole Service Requests Filled In First Week Of Mayor Young's Pothole Challenge, Baltimore DOT SaysThe challenge was launched by Baltimore Mayor Jack Young last Thursday, who said the move is an effort to smooth out the city's roadways.
Mayor Jack Young Lashes Out At Gov. Larry Hogan Over Funds To Stop Violence After Bloody 24 Hours In BaltimoreBaltimore Mayor Jack Young said he is not getting promised state resources, as Governor Larry Hogan claims too little is being done to fight crime in the city.
Baltimore Leaders Responded To Gov. Hogan's Comments Calling Squeegee Kids A Deterrent To TourismNearly 300 complaints about squeegee kids have been phoned in to the police already this year.
City Breaks Ground On Multimillion-Dollar Transformation of Johnston Square NeighborhoodLast fall, Baltimore City approved a multi-million dollar land disposition agreement with Johnston Square partners to take 700 vacant buildings for future development.
Md. Lawmakers Weigh Proposal To Toughen Penalties For Intimidating WitnessesA House committee heard testimony Tuesday on Governor Larry Hogan's proposal to increase prison time for anyone who kills or seriously injures a person to prevent that person from testifying.
State Lawmakers, City Officials Meet To Address Crime In BaltimoreMembers of the Maryland General Assembly heard from Mayor Jack Young, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison and State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby about the challenges that are facing Baltimore.
Mayor Jack Young Proclaims January 18 Elijah Cummings Day In BaltimoreSaturday would have been Congressman Elijah Cummings' 69th birthday.