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Mayor, Commissioner Form Police Body Camera Working Group

Working group will explore all aspects of potential implementation of a body camera program within the Baltimore Police Department.

IMAGE: Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Commissioner Batts announce a body camera working group

Mayor and Fire Chief Thank Under Armour for Firehouse Gym Renovations

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.

IMAGE: Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Fire Chief Ford reveal newly renovated firehouse gym facilities

Leaf Collection Program Kick Off and Fall Cleanup Reminder

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 Names Heroin Treatment and Prevention Task Force

Mayor Rawlings-Blake announces the appointment of the Heroin Treatment and Prevention Task Force.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Makes Friendly ALCS Wager with Kansas City Mayor Sly James

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.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Hosts City's First Manufacturing Forum

Baltimore's first Manufacturing Forum explores current industry challenges, examines potential to grow Baltimore.

Citywide Street Sweeping—A "Sweeping Success"

The Baltimore City Department of Public Works announces the first results from citywide street sweeping.

DPWDepartment of Public Worksbureau of solid wasteRudolph S. Chow

WBAL-TV Covers Safe Streets Baltimore Award

WBAL-TV highlights Safe Streets Baltimore in the Park Heights community: "Safe Streets Baltimore Awarded Ravens Honor Row"

Mayor Releases New Americans Task Force Report

The Role of Immigrants in Growing Baltimore, Recommendations to Retain and Attract New Americans offers 32 recommendations to...

Winners of Growing Green Design Competition Announced

Winners of the Growing Green Design Competition: Vacant Lots Transformed winning projects were awarded nearly $300,000 for design and construction.

IMAGE: Mayor Rawlings-Blake poses with Turtle, mascot of the Growing Green Initiative

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