Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announces the expansion of Baltimore City's Virtual Supermarket Program to two additional communities—Perkins Homes and Wayland Village Senior Apartments.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced Frederick Elementary as the winning school for the Fall 2014 competition of the Mayor's School Attendance Campaign.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Batts discuss the progress and accomplishments made by the Baltimore Police Department (BPD) one year after the release of the department’s strategic plan.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announces her appointment of Dr. Leana S. Wen as Commissioner of the Baltimore City Health Department, effective January 15, 2015.
Woods will oversee sanitation, environmental, and health issues pertaining to seven City agencies.
Comprehensive economic development strategy will build on the mayor's vision of growing Baltimore's population by supporting job growth, expanding...
Improved program will involve training and reassigning current DPW employees, concentrating on one of DPW's nine districts at a time.
CTO will lead Mayor's Office of Information Technology, oversee City's information and communications technology initiatives.
Cleanups will prevent hazards to health and safety; outreach workers will assist with housing, placement services.