Recent News

"Health Department Announces OneBaltimore / Baltimore Corps Team To Lead Department’s Public Health Recovery Efforts"

The Baltimore City Health Department announces the selection of a team of fellows to lead the agency’s public health recovery efforts under Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s OneBaltimore initiative. 

YouthWorks Summer Jobs Program Now Accepting Online Charitable Donations through Baltimore City Foundation

Baltimore, Maryland (April 22, 2015) – YouthWorks, Baltimore City’s summer jobs program, is seeking online contributions to maximize the number of positions it can offer to young adults ages 14-21 who completed the registration process for 2015. The Baltimore City Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to enhancing the quality of life for the citizens of Baltimore City, is accepting online donations to support the nationally recognized program operated by the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development. 


Mayor's Statement on DOJ Acceptance of Request for Pattern-or-Practice Investigation

The investigation will build on reforms, and help change the culture of the police department.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Requests Federal Investigation of Baltimore Police Department

Pattern-or-practice investigation will seek to rebuild community trust with police

American Public Works Association Conference Comes to Baltimore City

The Baltimore City Department of Public Works is honored to host the American Public Works Association Mid-Atlantic Chapter's 57th annual conference.

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Mayor, Health Commissioner deliver medication to customers affected by riots (abc2news)

"The aftermath of 13 looted pharmacies goes well beyond boarded windows and doors. Many throughout Baltimore depend on the stores for the medication."

13 City Pharmacies Remain Closed; Baltimore City Health Department Working To Ensure Prescription Availability For Residents Impacted By Civil Unrest

The Health Department is leading efforts with the city’s 311 system to ensure prescription medicine is available to residents impacted by civil unrest.

Health Department Working To Provide Access and Information For Critical Health Services, Announces Webpage For Clinical Updates

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen work to ensure uninterrupted access to health care. 

City Agencies & Private Sector Partnering To Deliver Counseling And Mental Health Services to Communities Impacted by Violence and Civil Unrest

Coordinated efforts across multiple agencies and private organizations to address trauma

MOED Thanks Companies that have Already Pledged to Hire One Youth

The Mayor's Office of Employment Development (MOED) would like to thank the following 55 companies that have already signed on to hire young people this summer through Hire One Youth.

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