$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.
Testing to begin in October, with full implementation set to start in early 2016.
Says campaign would distract from challenging decisions facing Baltimore.
Special commission will conduct a thorough review of Confederate monuments on City-owned property and issue recommendations for their future.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake today announced the introduction of legislation to the Baltimore City Council that would create a criminal charge for the possession of animal fighting paraphernalia.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced a plan to strengthen Baltimore’s three designated Arts & Entertainment Districts, enabling them to build on recent positive momentum and continue to lead the city’s cultural renaissance.
City reviews accomplishments and recognizes those for their efforts to improve the lives of local residents with disabilities.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake along with Baltimore City Recreation and Parks (BCRP), and members of the community unveiled her new plan for the city's recreation centers and pools.
OneBaltimore, non-profits and City agencies will come together to offer residents a day of fun, entertainment, and resources.
Special commission will examine monuments and launch public conversation about their appropriate role.