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Topic - Stephanie Rawlings Blake
The federal government is ordering Baltimore to return $3.7 million of a $9.5 million grant meant to help homeless families.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake outlined her commitment to making Baltimore a safer city, promising proactive policing, the establishment of youth centers for children who violate curfew laws and modernization of law enforcement technology.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is getting ready to deliver her annual State of the City address.
The Baltimore Sun reports some interesting statistics about the revenue cameras that have been harassing drivers passing through Charm City for years. One of every 10 speeding tickets records a speed reading that's completely made up.
Baltimore said goodbye Saturday to Bishop L. Robinson, the city's first black police commissioner.
The Baltimore Grand Prix has been cancelled for 2014 and 2015 after organizers couldn't find a date for the race.
Stymied by Congress in his gun control efforts, President Obama told a group of big-city mayors Tuesday that he would take more executive actions to reduce gun violence.
In a July 23 editorial in The Washington Times, "Suffer the children (and free speech)," the author claims that a 2009 Baltimore signage-clarity ordinance affecting crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) is not about consumer protection and "truth in advertising." The author instead states that the goal of the ordinance that was recently the subject of a case before the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is, in fact, to ensure that "[p]regnancy centers like the faith-based Center for Pregnancy Concerns must not be allowed to offer women the choice of changing her mind."
The faith-based Center for Pregnancy Concerns, a Baltimore nonprofit agency, sounds vaguely like an abortion clinic, but it definitely is not.
Even if the economy grows at a reasonable rate, the city of Baltimore is on a path to financial ruin, according to a report presented to the city council by the Philadelphia-based Public Financial Management Inc.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Sunday night that the parade will begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday at City Hall and end at the Ravens' stadium.
Baltimore is in party-planning mode a day after the Ravens' Super Bowl victory.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says the parade will begin at City Hall at 10:45 Tuesday morning, head south on Commerce Street, continue to Pratt and Howard streets and end at M&T Bank Stadium.
Same-sex couples in Maryland were greeted with cheers and noisemakers held over from New Year's Eve parties, as gay marriage became legal in the in the state on New Year's Day.
Same-sex couples in Maryland were greeted with cheers and noisemakers held over from New Year's Eve parties as gay marriage became legal in the first state south of the Mason-Dixon Line on New Year's Day.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday that HUD is not alleging fraud or abuse or questioning whether the money was spent to help the homeless.
The mayor detailed plans to implement Operation Ceasefire, which she said brings community members and law enforcers together to confront violent people.