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Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Expansion of PNC Neighborhood Grant Program

Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, and PNC Bank joined members of the Brooklyn Homes Tenant Council for the ribbon cutting and dedication of a

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Expansion of the City Crime Camera Program

New cameras on Pennsylvania Avenue add to recent crime camera expansion.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake to Propose Property Tax Relief Plan for City Homeowners

New Tax Credit Program will provide 20 cent property tax cut by 2020 for owner-occupied residential properties.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Joins Community to Celebrate the Groundbreaking for Community Center

Center named after former councilwoman and community leader Rita R. Church. 

Vacants to Value Demolition and Rehabilitation Underway in East Baltimore Emerging Markets

Mayor Rawlings-Blake outlines new homeownership incentives for buyers of vacant homes, including $10,000 Vacants to Value Booster Program.

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Joins IBM CEO Samuel J. Palmisano and City Students as They Learn the Skills They Need for Tomorrow’s Jobs

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined approximately 100 middle school students as they met with Schools CEO Dr. Andres Alonso and IBM Chairman and CEO Samuel J.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Month-Long Warrant Operation to Target Violent Offenders

Law enforcement officers from a variety of state and city agencies will join forces for the Summer Jumpstart Warrant Initiative, an unprecedented effort to get 1000 violent offenders off the street

Baltimore City Launches 2011 Code Red Heat Alert Plan

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined city agency leaders to announce the 2011 Code Red Heat Alert initiative, a multi-agency, coordinated approach to providing cooling relief to vulnerable populat

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Leads First Vacants to Value Demolition

34 Vacant homes to be demolished or rehabbed in Woodbourne/McCabe Community

Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Health Department Announce New Health Policy Initiative

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined Commissioner of Health Dr. Oxiris Barbot today to announce the City's new health policy initiative, Healthy Baltimore 2015.