New Baltimore City Program Will Help Residents With Stress, Trauma Of COVID-19 PandemicA new Baltimore city initiative will help residents deal with the stress and trauma of the coronavirus pandemic. 
Reopening Maryland: Curbside Retail Now Open In Baltimore As Mayor Lifts More Coronavirus RestrictionsCurbside retail pickup is now available in Baltimore City Wednesday, after the city's mayor lifted additional coronavirus restrictions.
Mayor Young Announces Initiative To Help Baltimore City Businesses Safely Reopen Amid PandemicThe Baltimore Development Corporation and Neighborhood Design Center will lead an initiative to help small businesses reopen safely amid the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Jack Young announced Tuesday.
Baltimore City To Allow Curbside Retail Wednesday, Outdoor Exercise Classes Of Up To 10 People AllowedBaltimore city will allow curbside retail pick-up starting Wednesday, Mayor Jack Young announced Tuesday.
Baltimore Residents Express Mixed Emotions On Mayor Young's Decision To Cancel City Events Through AugustInstead of gearing up for their busy season at Topside in Mount Vernon, General Manager of Hotel Revival Donte Johnson said he is coming to grips with the fact that summer in Baltimore is all but canceled this year. 
Baltimore City Increases COVID-19 Testing Capacity, Will Analyze Results LocallyBaltimore City has secured 18,000 more coronavirus tests, increasing the city's testing capacity. The city also partnered with a local laboratory to help expedite test results.
Mayor Young Announces DPW Recycling Partnership Grant Aimed At Reducing Residential Recycling ContaminationBaltimore City Mayor Jack Young announced a new grant from The Recycling Partnership which will aim to help decrease the city's rate of recycling contamination.
Baltimore City Will Remain Under A Stay At Home Order, Despite The State Lifting Its OrderBaltimore city will remain under a stay at home order despite the governor announcing that he would lift Maryland's stay at home order. 
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.
Mayor Jack Young Says Local Officials 'Don't Feel Comfortable' Reopening, As Gov. Hogan Expected To Discuss More On Recovery PlanGov. Larry Hogan plans to speak Wednesday about when he will start the first phase of Maryland’s recovery, but some local leaders may not be onboard with a quick reopening.
Despite Coronavirus-Related Losses, Proposed Baltimore City Budget Does Not Include Tax Increase, Does Include Hiring, Salary Freezes For EmployeesBaltimore Mayor Jack Young is releasing a revised fiscal year budget proposal for the city which reflects coronavirus-related costs and losses.
Officials Urge Marylanders To Fill Out The 2020 Census, Self-Response Deadline Extended Due To Coronavirus PandemicThe U.S. Census Bureau began sending out invitations to complete the 2020 Census in March.
Celebrity Chef José Andrés Distributes 25K Meals To Those In Need During Coronavirus PandemicCelebrity chef José Andrés and his charity, World Central Kitchen, along with the help of Mayor Jack Young and volunteers, were at Oriole Park Saturday to distribute 25,000 meals to those in need as the coronavirus pandemic continues.   
Coronavirus Latest: Mayor Young Announces Extension Of Baltimore City State Of EmergencyMayor Jack Young announced Friday an extension of the Baltimore City State of Emergency declaration in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
'Furious And Disgusted' | FOP President Says Of City's Plan To Possibly Lay Off, Furlough Officers To Recoup Costs Of COVID-19Baltimore city police officers may be furloughed or laid off in order for the city to recoup the cost of COVID-19.