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Mayor Rawlings-Blake Delivers 15th Annual State of the City Address

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake delivered Baltimore’s 15th annual State of the City Address, which focused on building a better Baltimore through safer streets, economic opportunity, new schools, and a more efficient government. Mayor Rawlings-Blake, committed to making Baltimore a safer city, focused her speech on efforts to increase public safety.


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Black History Month

February is Black History Month, and this year, there is much to celebrate! 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act and the 150th anniversary of emancipation in Maryland.

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Partnership for Jobs

The Horseshoe Baltimore Casino will serve as an economic engine, driving new jobs, tax revenues, and increased development


Statement On Reports Of Secret Audit Of City's Speed Camera Program

Today, Kevin Harris, director of the Mayor's Office of Policy and Communications, released the following statement...

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A Safer City

My administration’s top priority is to reduce crime in Baltimore.


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Ensuring Food Access

Earlier today, I announced the release of a new Prequalification Application for the Homegrown Baltimore Land Leasing Initiative.


Season of Giving

December 3, 2013 was the second annual #GivingTuesday. This initiative, which began in New York City, has spread across the world.


Statement From Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake About The Passing Of Nelson Mandela

"My heart is heavy at the news of the death of Nelson Mandela. As a crusader for equality and justice, he...

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