Address focused on growing Baltimore by making the city safer, creating more jobs and economic activity, promoting small businesses and entrepreneurship...
Mayor and Health Commissioner issue update regarding ongoing Code Blue Alert; Code Blue extended to Sunday at 10:00 am. City mobilizes agencies and private partners to protect residents during extreme cold temperatures.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake announces recommendations for implementing a body camera program for the Baltimore Police Department; working group recommends a pilot program to fully vet policies and practices
Mayor Rawlings-Blake names Jason Perkins-Cohen to lead administration’s efforts to provide career training for city residents, meet workforce needs of local employers
The Be Careful. Prepare. Seek the Right Help. campaign will assist immigrants seeking relief under President Obama's immigration executive actions.
Tentative agreement will allow trash collected by the Inner Harbor Water Wheel to fuel electricity for Baltimore homes.
Kisha Brown to lead City efforts to eliminate discrimination and protect individual civil rights
Plan assesses market conditions, recommends ways to improve facility and operations
Under Rawlings-Blake administration’s new guidelines, many businesses will see annual fee reductions of several thousand dollars.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Commissioner Batts announce the new police schedule. A new deployment plan will put more officers on the streets and increase community engagement.