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Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Next Stops on Public Safety Town Hall Tour, Adds Youth Violence Forum on May 13

Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined Commissioner Anthony Batts, the Presiding Prelate Bishop William Phillips DeVeaux, and pastors of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church during their 198th session of the Baltimore AME Conference to announce the next two stops on her Public Safety Town Hall Tour and include an additional stop on the tour focused on youth violence.

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Better Every Day

This past Sunday, I joined members of Baltimore’s faith community for an annual tradition, the Blessing of the City.

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Communities in Motion

Schools are a key ingredient for a thriving economy, helping to lift many of our residents out of poverty.


Assembly passes bill to limit city tax sales

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Growing Baltimore

Baltimore is the city that I love, and I have worked my entire life to make it better.


Cultivating Young Leaders

Today I was joined by author and educator Stedman Graham, as well as representatives from Kaiser Permanente to announce our intention to bring a new youth-focused program to Baltimore City.


Stronger Communities

Spring has finally arrived, and I know I’m not the only one who is ready to put the snow and cold behind us! After a long winter, many Baltimoreans are ready to get out their brooms and start sweeping.


Safer Streets

Public safety is an issue that is on the minds of citizens, businesses, communities, City officials—and it is on my mind every hour of every day.