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New full-service grocery store will bring over 250 jobs to Northwest Baltimore.
Citizens can send pictures of potholes, graffiti, or trash from smartphone.
This morning, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake updated residents on the impact of Hurricane Irene on Baltimore, and the city’s plans to recover.
Mayor took part in morning conference call with President Obama.
Federal funding provides thousands of smoke alarms, residents can call 311 to request alarm.
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
New cameras on Pennsylvania Avenue add to recent crime camera expansion.
New Tax Credit Program will provide 20 cent property tax cut by 2020 for owner-occupied residential properties.
Center named after former councilwoman and community leader Rita R. Church.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake outlines new homeownership incentives for buyers of vacant homes, including $10,000 Vacants to Value Booster Program.