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Tentative agreement will allow trash collected by the Inner Harbor Water Wheel to fuel electricity for Baltimore homes.
Kisha Brown to lead City efforts to eliminate discrimination and protect individual civil rights
Dr. Leana Wen was among the many community leaders at CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield’s annual CareFirst A Salute to Our Community Partners event.
Plan assesses market conditions, recommends ways to improve facility and operations
With predicted low temperatures and wind chills for Tuesday and Wednesday in the teens, Leana Wen, M.D., Health Commissioner for Baltimore City, is declaring a Code Blue for January 27 & 28.
Under Rawlings-Blake administration’s new guidelines, many businesses will see annual fee reductions of several thousand dollars.
In 2014 the City collected 8,914 pounds of polystyrene, nearly half a ton more than the 8,000 pounds collected in 2013.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Commissioner Batts announce the new police schedule. A new deployment plan will put more officers on the streets and increase community engagement.
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works’ Office of Sustainable Energy has been slated to receive the Maryland Smart Energy Communities Award.
With predicted low temperatures for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week in the teens, and wind chills in the single digits, the Interim Health Commissioner for Baltimore City is declaring a Code Blue for January 7, 8 and 9.