Gov. Larry Hogan invited a full roster of fellow Republican lawmakers, family members, law enforcement officials and executives of his company to join him at several Ravens game this past season in the governor’s suite at M&T Bank Stadium.
Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young and City Council President Brandon Scott are questioning whether city police gave mayoral rival Thiru Vignarajah special treatment during a traffic stop in which a sergeant turned off his body-worn camera.
Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young has nearly $960,000 cash on hand as he fights to hold on to his position ahead of the crowded April Democratic primary, according to his campaign finance report filed Wednesday.
Almost a dozen Democrats have filed to run in the primary election for Baltimore’s next mayor, but even that large number doesn’t reflect just how crowded the field is in this deep-blue city. Several of the best-known candidates have yet to formally submit their paperwork — including Mayor Bernard C. “Jack”, City Council President Brandon Scott and former Mayor Sheila Dixon — ahead of the Jan. 24 deadline.
Mary Miller, a former T. Rowe Price executive and U.S. Treasury official, is entering the Baltimore mayor’s race, arguing she has the management experience and financial expertise to grow the local economy.
Harrison as recently as two months ago said he could not support the plane, as members of the Greater Baltimore Committee endorsed the program and a prominent pastor presented a poll that claimed community support.
Faced with the prospect of paying for expensive education reforms, Baltimore leaders are questioning whether to revisit a long-term, multimillion-dollar deal under which major nonprofit institutions make annual payments to the city instead of paying taxes.
Baltimore is accelerating its search for another vendor to help it finance large contracts, part of the widespread fallout of the “Healthy Holly” children’s book scandal that continues to shake up city government.
The Baltimore bureau responsible for trash collection is plagued by high overtime spending and doesn’t have controls to catch questionable expenses, according to a report by the city Office of the Inspector General.
Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young is addressing mounting questions over where he lives, after his administration acknowledged he will pay back a homestead tax credit of about $1,000 that he collected on an East Baltimore rowhouse.
Former Mayor Sheila Dixon tells The Baltimore Sun she is again running for mayor, arguing her reputation as a competent manager and success at decreasing the city's murder rate should outweigh a scandal that forced her from office.
A political donor who has drawn heat for his role in the “Healthy Holly” book scandal that took down former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is still making money from the city, despite concerns about his contracts from some officials in light of allegations by federal prosecutors that he made inappropriate contributions to Pugh.
A Baltimore Sun analysis of the city’s 311 data shows a stark disparity in how quickly public works crews resolve complaints about dirty alleys, based on where the people who call with complaints live.
A proposed General Assembly bill would send $2.2 billion more to Maryland counties to help pay for renovating and building schools. To access those funds, local governments would also have to kick in some of their own money.
The Baltimore school system could be facing a $60 million budget gap in 2021, CEO Sonja Santelises warned the City Council on Tuesday night if state and local governments don’t come through with more funding.
The Village of Cross Keys complex in Northwest Baltimore was serviced by city collection crews more frequently than Department of Public Works policy allows, according to a November investigative report.