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.
Forums to provide facilitated dialogue between parents and City leaders.
For many Baltimore City residents, gaining access to quality, nutritious food can be an insurmountable challenge. Approximately 1 in 5 Baltimore City residents face some sort of food access barrier.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined other elected officials, civic and religious leaders, and residents for the long-awaited grand opening of ShopRite of Howard Park.
Officials announce the relaunch of Baltimore City's Virtual Supermarket program—a nationally award-winning program...
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announces departure of Baltimore City Finance Director Harry Black...