'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.
Brandon Scott, Mayor Jack Young Spar Over Staffing Plans At BOE MeetingWednesday's agenda at the Baltimore City Board of Estimates meeting called for a discussion on staffing.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore To Allow Some Youth Fall Sports, Private Events At ParksMayor Jack Young will give an update on coronavirus in Baltimore on Wednesday morning.
Mayor Young: Trump Administration 'Flouted' Executive Order, 'Exploited' Baltimore's Challenges By Using Fort McHenry As Site For RNC SpeechBaltimore Mayor Jack Young blasted President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence for "flouting [his] executive order" and "exploiting the challenges of [the] City" by using Fort McHenry as the backdrop for Pence's Republican National Convention speech Wednesday night.
Baltimore Mayor Says President Trump Is Trying To 'Disrupt' Mail-In Ballots For ElectionBaltimore Mayor Jack Young is trying to make it easier for city residents to request a mail-in ballots for the November election.
The 2020 Census Is Even More Important During COVID-19 Pandemic, Baltimore Mayor SaysBaltimore Mayor Jack Young announced Wednesday that although he's happy to see a boost in census participation from city residents in the recent weeks, there are others that still need to take 10 minutes to respond.
Coronavirus In Baltimore: Mobile Testing Sites To OpenBaltimore mayor Jack Young and city officials announced Thursday that they are opening mobile coronavirus testing sites.
Baltimore City Firefighters Say Budget Cuts Would 'Put Citizens In Harms Way'Two Baltimore City fire stations are facing cuts to their trucks and staff because of the financial strain caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
While Protesters Celebrate Christopher Columbus Statue Being Thrown Into The Harbor, Police Asked To Arrest Those Who Tore It DownGov. Larry Hogan said called destruction and vandalism of public property "completely unacceptable,"
Baltimore City Opens With The Rest Of Maryland; Indoor Dining, Casinos, Gyms, Malls Now Allowed To ReopenBaltimore's bars, restaurants, gyms, churches, malls and more can open Friday at 5 p.m. at 50% capacity, Mayor Jack Young announced Friday morning.
Mayor Jack Young Announces Extension Of Grocery Access Pilot Program In West And South BaltimoreThe Grocery Access Pilot program, offering qualified residents of West and South Baltimore a $2.50 flat rate fare to and from participating stores, has been extended through August.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Small Business Owners Demand City Allow Them To Open As Counties Move To Stage TwoMost of Maryland moved into stage two of the governor’s coronavirus recovery plan Friday night. But Baltimore City leaders say they are still not ready.
'We're Ready For You' | Baltimore Mayor Says City Won't Tolerate Violence Or Destruction, Especially From Outside AgitatorsBaltimore Mayor Jack Young had a special message for outsiders who may want to come to Baltimore to create havoc while most are protesting peacefully -- "we're ready for you."
More Coronavirus Restrictions Will Be Lifted In Baltimore Monday, But City Won't Enter Phase 2 Reopening YetMayor Jack Young lifted more coronavirus restrictions in Baltimore Friday, however the city will still remain under more restrictions than the rest of the state.
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.