The City of Baltimore will highlight the importance of joining together in a spirit of unity to build a better, safer, and stronger Baltimore that embraces new and native-born Americans.
Since the opening of the Youth Connections Centers in August, a total of 120 nighttime curfew violations were issued by the Baltimore Police Department.
Inner Harbor Wi-Fi Project Phase 1 allows Baltimore City residents and tourists visiting the Inner Harbor to access free Wi-Fi service along the promenade.
The Baltimore Energy Initiative (BEI) is a multi-agency, city-wide program to expand and streamline the City's energy conservation programs and education and outreach efforts.
The 2014 Citizens Survey is a city-wide initiative to allow residents to rate the quality of life in the city and their approval with City government.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake made six new appointments to the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) Board of Directors—expanding the board to 17 current members.
More than 1,250 Baltimore City residents will be employed at the Horseshoe Baltimore casino, representing 51 percent of the staff hired as of August 21.
With the first day of school right around the corner, we must make sure all of our children will “Be Ready, Be There, and Stay There!”
To grow our city, we have to find innovative ways to attract new residents, while giving those already here more reasons to stay.
Baltimore City Councilman William Cole, who currently represents the city's 11th district, will serve as the new BDC President and CEO.