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Candidates sought for Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners.
Mayor Catherine E. Pugh is seeking candidates to serve on the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners ("Board"). The Board is responsible for raising the level of academic achievement of the students in the Baltimore City Public School System, improving the management and administration of the city’s public school system, and is held accountable for the academic achievement of the public school students in Baltimore City. Learn More.
Community Forums for Consent Decree Independent Monitor Finalists
Consent Decree Monitor Finalists to meet the public! Mayor Pugh wants your input. The event occurs in West Baltimore Tuesday August 15th and East Baltimore on Wednesday August 16th.
Squeegee Corps Pop Up Car Wash
Mayor Pugh wants you to support Baltimore’s NEW Squeegee Corps!
How Baltimore Quietly Became the Coolest City on the East Coast
Travel and Leisure Magazine, the world’s premier destination and vacation publication, celebrates Baltimore’s burgeoning art scene, new luxury hotels, world-famous Inner Harbor and unique, eclectic neighborhoods in a profile that names Charm City the ‘coolest city on the East Coast’!
Happy Birthday Baltimore!
Baltimore turns 288 on Sunday, July 30th! The city was founded on July 30, 1729, receiving its charter, established as “The Town of Baltimore.” In 1797, the town was incorporated through the General Assembly as The City of Baltimore, bringing with it Jonestown and Fells Point.
Baltimore Means Business
Mayor Pugh is determined that the richness of Baltimore's heritage and cultural districts like Park Heights, Sandtown-Winchester, CARE and Cherry Hill will be catlytic in Baltimore’s next Renaissance.