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Bike Master Plan Officially Adopted

Baltimore City's new Bike Master Plan will expand efforts to create a more bike-friendly Baltimore.

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Mayor Rawlings-Blake Introduces New Ethics Legislation

Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will introduce four pieces of legislation to the Baltimore City Council that add clarity and transparency to city ethics laws.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Launches EconView

New online tool will show what is being planned, built, and developed in neighborhoods across the city

"Changemakers Wanted" (WBAL-TV)

The Baltimore Health Department is seeking nominations for Baltimorphosis changemakers—community members working to end youth violence…

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Delivers 16th Annual State of the City Address

Address focused on growing Baltimore by making the city safer, creating more jobs and economic activity, promoting small businesses and entrepreneurship...

Baltimore County Residents Should Contact Baltimore City for Water Service Needs

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake clarified that County residents should continue to contact Baltimore City for their water service needs.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Health Commissioner Wen Announce Significant Reduction in Teen Pregnancies

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Health Commissioner Leana Wen, M.D. joined with youth advocates to announce a significant reduction in Baltimore’s teen birth rate.

Health Commissioner Extends Code Blue in Baltimore Through Wednesday Morning

With dangerously cold weather expected to continue for several more days, the Code Blue alert has been extended through 10 a.m. Wednesday, February 25.

"Meet Baltimore's New 'Top Doc'" (WMAR - ABC2), February 19, 2015

Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen hit the ground running in her new position. WMAR reporter Kelly Swoope sat down for a one on one interview with Dr. Wen.

Update Regarding Ongoing Code Blue Alert

Mayor and Health Commissioner issue update regarding ongoing Code Blue Alert; Code Blue extended to Sunday at 10:00 am. City mobilizes agencies and private partners to protect residents during extreme cold temperatures.

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