Press Releases

Director Chow Announces Retirement from the Department of Public Works

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., Director of the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) since 2014, has announced he will retire from the City effective Feb.

Baltimore Receives $9.7 Million to Address Lead-Based Paint in Low-Income Households

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Today, the Federal government announced $9.7 million in federal funding to address lead-based paint in Baltimore.  The funding, awarded through the U.S.

Federal Court Rejects Trump Administration’s Attempt to Dismiss Lawsuit Against Unlawful “Public Charge” Policy

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Yesterday, a federal court rejected the Trump administration’s attempt to dismiss the City of Baltimore’s

Mayor Young and DHCD Announce Developer for Tivoly Triangle in Coldstream Homestead Montebello

BALTIMORE, MD.  — Today, the Baltimore City Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) announced that Urban Green – LNW&A Development Team has been granted the de

City Processes Hundreds of Real Property Transactions During First Week of Manual Workaround

BALTIMORE, MD.  — The City of Baltimore processed 462 applications for property deeds during the first week of a manual workaround designed to allow real estate tr

City handles dozens of real property transactions during first day of manual workaround

BALTIMORE, MD.  — The City of Baltimore processed 42 applications for property deeds during the first day of a manual workaround designed to allow real estate tran

Baltimore City Files Antitrust Suit Against Janssen to Recover Damages for the Inflated Cost of Zytiga, its Blockbuster Prostate Cancer Drug

BALTIMORE, MD.  —  Last week, the City of Baltimore filed suit to recover triple money damages and attorneys’ fees on behalf of itself and others similarly situated, from Janssen B

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