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Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Other City Officials Celebrate Ainsworth Paint Demolition with Community

Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Baltimore City Council President Bernard “Jack” Young, Baltimore City Councilman Warren Branch, Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) President M.J.

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Launches Get Fresh Lexington

Initiative will serve as model to increase access to fresh, healthy food at the city’s six public markets.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Delivers State of the City Address

In first address as newly-elected Mayor of Baltimore, Mayor Rawlings-Blake provides details about initiatives to further the goal of growing Baltimore by 10,000 families in the next 10 years.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Kicks Off American Heart Month in Baltimore

Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was joined by officials from the Baltimore City Health Department, the American Heart Association (Mid-Atlantic Affiliate), and St.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Names New Finance Director

Park Heights Native Mr. Harry Black returns to Baltimore for City Public Service.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Top Federal Officials Kick Off Major Construction in Baltimore

Construction of new facility for Social Security Administration underway.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Details of Baltimore’s 12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade

Baltimore Colts great and NFL Hall of Famer Lenny Moore to serve as parade grand marshal.

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Announces Expansion of Program Credited With Reducing Gun Violence in City Neighborhoods

New study shows the Safe Streets Baltimore program is a successful replication of Chicago’s CeaseFire violence prevention initiative.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Thanks State and Local Partners for Reduction in Juvenile Violence

This morning, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake invited representatives from state and local agencies to recognize their ongoing efforts to reduce juvenile violence in Baltimore City.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake, Commissioner Bealefeld Report 2011 Crime Reduction

Homicide total reaches second lowest level on record, lowest since 1977;Shootings & overall violent crime decline in 2011.

Mayor says reductions in violence will help Baltim