Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young said as the city works to recover from a ransomware attack, it's had go to "manual." That was clear at the Abel Wolman Municipal Building next to City Hall, where property owners tried to meet a deadline to pay overdue bills before they turned into liens.
With Mary Pat Clarke and Ed Reisinger opting against reelection bids, more than 50 years of institutional memory will exit the Baltimore City Council chambers. They say it's time to let younger members carry on. City Hall is in flux because of the resignation of Mayor Catherine Pugh.
Newly installed as the 51st mayor of Baltimore, Jack Young joined with police commissioner Michael Harrison Sunday to ask residents for information related to Friday's mass shooting that left five injured, including two toddlers.
The fight for Baltimore City Council president is on now that Bernard C. "Jack" Young has become the city's 51st mayor after the resignation of Catherine Pugh. And the final faceoff may come down to council members Sharon Green Middleton and Brandon Scott.
Baltimore's 51st mayor — Bernard C. "Jack" Young — spends his first full day on the job in Detroit for an economic development conference. With his phone ringing nonstop, Young said the city government is still fighting crime and council members are "making sure that things are getting done."
A lawyer for Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh says not to expect her to make a decision Tuesday on whether to resign. The Democratic mayor announced a leave of absence April 1 to recover from pneumonia. Acting Mayor Jack Young says he hasn't talked with her in about three weeks.
Hospital executives and Baltimore government officials scrambled to figure out how many "Healthy Holly" books Mayor Catherine Pugh had sold. After she said University of Maryland Medical System was her sole customer, Kaiser Permanente told Pugh's chief lobbyist that it, too, had bought books.