Accessibility for All: 2010 ADA Accessibility Guidelines Training provides key stakeholders with training on updates to ADA standards.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake, Starbucks hold town hall to unite local leaders, stakeholders to unlock opportunities for youth
Minority Enterprise Development Week will take place Monday, October 20 through Friday, October 24, to bring attention to minority- and women-owned businesses across Baltimore.
Working group will explore all aspects of potential implementation of a body camera program within the Baltimore Police Department.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Fire Chief Niles Ford thank Under Armour for sponsoring the renovation of three of the fire department's most used gyms.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake announces the fall leaf collection program; urges residents to keep curbs, alleys, and storm drains clear to prevent flooding; reminds residents of Mayor’s Fall Cleanup, October 25.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake announces the appointment of the Heroin Treatment and Prevention Task Force.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake offered a wager to Mayor Sly James of Kansas City, Missouri, as the cities' Major League Baseball teams prepare to face off.
Baltimore's first Manufacturing Forum explores current industry challenges, examines potential to grow Baltimore.
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works announces the first results from citywide street sweeping.