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Mayor Pugh Proclaims October 15, 2018 as "Fanny Jackson Coppin Day" in Baltimore
In recognition of the indelible contributions of Fanny Jackson Coppin to advancing education for African Americans, and the legacy of Coppin State University as an anchor institution of higher learning in the City of Baltimore during its 118-year history, Mayor Catherine E. Pugh will proclaim Monday, October 15, 2018 as “Fanny Jackson Coppin Day” in Baltimore.
Mayor Pugh Honored with the 2018 Marcia Lamb Inner City Innovation Award
The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) announced today that Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is this year’s recipient of the Marcia Lamb Inner City Innovation Award, which recognizes visionaries who are leading change in urban development.
Two DPW Workers Lauded for Heroism
Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) employees Tony Carl Clark and Martine Smith are being lauded for saving a life while on the job performing their daily graffiti removal duties.
Finalists in Mayor's Teen Biz Challenge to Compete for Investment in Final Pitch Competition
Eleven Baltimore City young people (between the ages of 14 and 21) will compete in a final pitch to a panel of community business leaders and judges as part of the Mayor’s Teen Biz Challenge, culminating in up to $5000.00 in potential investment in their “Big Ideas.”
City of Baltimore Brings Suit Against Charm City Circulator Operator
Baltimore City has filed suit against Transdev North America, Inc., and Transdev Services, Inc. (“Transdev”) for breach of contract.
Mayor Pugh's Statement on the Departure of Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen
I am grateful to Dr. Leana Wen for her many contributions to improving the health and well-being of all Baltimoreans as Health Commissioner since 2015.