Press Releases

City Budget Office to Host First of Three Balance Baltimore Workshops

Residents encouraged to offer input on budget decisions facing Baltimore City

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Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces New Appointments to the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners

Appointments reflect Mayor’s continued commitment to expanding educational excellence and improving City schools for all students.

 

Mayor’s Office of Human Services Creates Emergency Food Working Group

Goal is to create a food plan to prepare for future disasters or emergencies.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Presents Inaugural Mayor's Minority and Women-Owned Business Awards

Awards honor minority and women-owned businesses and efforts to assist their growth 
in Baltimore City.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces $109,000 in Grant Funding Awarded to Baltimore City Anchor Plan to Support Four Projects

City to receive Award of Excellence in Collaboration for its community and economic development strategy focused on Baltimore City neighborhoods.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake, Health Commissioner Wen Announce New Federal Grants to Support Violence Prevention Efforts

$1.5 million in funding from U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to increase support for male violence survivors, support Safe Streets expansion.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Appoints Neal M. Janey Jr. as Director of Public Safety

Former police officer and prosecutor will also serve as Director of Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Finalists For Design of New City Gateway Signage

Project will develop a set of design solutions and improvements that will ensure Baltimore’s gateways reflect the diversity and creativity found throughout the City.

Three Vendors Selected for Baltimore’s Body Worn Camera Pilot Program

Testing to begin in October, with full implementation set to start in early 2016.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces She Will Not Run for Reelection

Says campaign would distract from challenging decisions facing Baltimore.

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