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Baltimore approves bike-share program to launch in fall with 500 bicycles for rent

The Baltimore Sun

Beginning in the fall, 500 bicycles will be available for short-term rent around Baltimore, following the city's approval Wednesday of a $2.36 million Charm City Bikeshare contract with Canadian company Bewegen Technologies.

Baltimore City Public School Student Alvin Ailey Master Class at the Modell Lyric

Mayor Rawlings-Blake is seeking video submissions from Baltimore City Public School  students to participate in an Alvin Ailey Master Class at the Modell Lyric on Monday, April 25, 2016 from 5pm-6pm.

 

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's delivers the 17th annual State of the City Address

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's 2016 State of the City Address

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Leveraging Investments in Neighborhood Corridors

Leveraging Investments in Neighborhood Corridors strategy is an interagency effort which focuses on revitalizing the major corridors that connect Baltimore City’s neighborhoods and communities.

Health Commissioner Wen Declares Code Blue Alert for Friday Night

BALTIMORE, MD (January 29, 2016)– With overnight temperatures predicted to fall into the teens with wind chill, Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen issued a Code Blue declaration for Baltimore City beginning late tonight through Saturday morning.

State of Emergency Declared for Baltimore City

Forecasters have issued a blizzard warning starting Friday night and continuing through the weekend, with the potential for more than a foot of snow and high winds.

BlizzardState of Emergency

Statement on Judge's Decision in the Criminal Trial of Officer Porter

Judge Barry G. Williams declared a mistrial in the criminal case of Officer William Porter because the jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict. It is now up to State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby to determine whether to further pursue criminal charges.

In the case of any disturbance in the city, we are prepared to respond. We will protect our neighborhoods, our businesses and the people of our city.

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Announces Enhancements to Baltimore Sister Cities Program

Program to become standalone non-profit while seeking to expand to new and emerging regions around the world.

City of Baltimore Celebrates Young Adults Employed Through Public-Private Career Mentoring Pilot Program

Baltimore, Maryland (November 25, 2015) – Baltimore City’s Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED) and Department of Public Works (DPW), together with the Chesapeake Water Environment Association (CWEA), will celebrate on Thursday, Dec. 3 the successful completion of a pilot career mentoring program and recognize the 15 young Baltimore City residents now employed full-time because of it. DPW, MOED, and CWEA launched the Baltimore City Water Industry Youth Career Mentoring Program in January 2015 with the dual goals of educating local young adults about the water industry and its career opportunities, and developing a pipeline of future workers with the right skills to fill entry-level positions in the field.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces New Appointments to the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners

Appointments reflect Mayor’s continued commitment to expanding educational excellence and improving City schools for all students.

 

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