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Topic - Stephanie Rawlings Blake
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has been Baltimore's chief executive for more than four years, and her national profile has skyrocketed in large part because of television appearances in her relatively new role as secretary of the Democratic National Committee.
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.
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 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.
Former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden came under scrutiny last week from opponents of a Maryland gambling referendum after he appeared in a television ad supporting casino expansion.
A special General Assembly session to discuss a potential casino in Prince George's County and statewide table games is not off the table, but some General Assembly members were unwilling to gamble on the final outcome of Gov. Martin O'Malley's efforts to resolve the gambling issues.
BALTIMORE (AP) – Election officials say less than 10 percent of eligible voters have cast ballots in the first eight hours of voting in Baltimore's primary election.
Baltimore cut funding for the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum, one of the strongest links between the literary icon and the city that claims him as its own.
"I love D.C. I think that it is unfortunate that they have to fight to keep their D.C. identity," Rawlings-Blake said. "I think Baltimore benefits from being able to be a place where you don't have to . make a six-figure salary to live comfortably."
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.