Baltimore boosters have sent letters to Maryland Senate leaders asking them to kill a bill that would change funding formulas for how the state subsidizes improvements to racetracks, legislation that would favor Laurel Park in Anne Arundel County over Pimlico Race Course.
Baltimore Del. Nick Mosby on Tuesday called on Anne Arundel County officials to immediately conduct inspections of the living conditions that Laurel Park provides to its backstretch workers at the racetrack.
City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young and the city’s Department of Public Works have competing proposals on how to make water bills more affordable for those who have the toughest time paying them.
Let’s focus some outrage on Baltimore’s water policies. Go to the Board of Estimates on Wednesday morning. Contact Council President Jack Young, who is working on finding relief. Encourage the City Council to throw its support behind the Water Taxpayer Protection Act.
Two Baltimore lawmakers will introduce legislation in the General Assembly to ban city government from placing liens against properties over water bill debt. State Sen. Mary Washington and Delegate Nick Mosby want to block the city from foreclosing on properties because of unpaid water bills.
Maryland Senate President Mike Miller says he'll push in the 2019 General Assembly session for several law enforcement initiatives in Baltimore, including approving a police force at Johns Hopkins University. Miller says he also wants to help the city hire 500 new police officers.
Thanks to a $250,000 personal loan, former Maryland Deputy Attorney General Thiru Vignarajah has the most cash on hand in the race for Baltimore State’s Attorney, outpacing incumbent State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby and fellow challenger Ivan Bates in the first campaign finance filing of 2018.
Former City Councilman Nick J. Mosby is likely to become Baltimore's newest representative in Annapolis after Democratic Party officials chose him to replace Mayor Catherine Pugh's aide in the House of Delegates.
The Baltimore City Democratic Central Committee has recommended to Maryland's governor only one person to fill each of two open delegate seats in that district. Both men were chosen after a hasty, opaque process. Gov. Larry Hogan asked for a background check on each, and was promptly criticized for the optics of it. One might wonder how this request could be considered unreasonable after the city committee's first choice was charged with making illegal campaign contributions. In fact, there is a
The contest to serve the remaining two years of Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh's state Senate term concludes tonight with a public vote on politically connected candidates who have been seeking the appointment behind the scenes.
The Baltimore City Council is nearing the end ¬of a years-long rewrite of zoning rules meant to create a more walkable city while limiting the types of businesses officials see as negative for neighborhoods.
When the new Baltimore City Council convenes Dec. 8, more than half will take their seats in the chamber for the first time. The newcomers are pledging to push a more liberal agenda than their predecessors, including increasing the city's minimum wage to $15 an hour.
A study commissioned by the society that represents Maryland's doctors has found that Medicaid, the insurance program for the poor, is spending twice as much money to treat people with diabetes than those who don't have the chronic condition.
The City Council on Monday gave preliminary approval to a sweeping rewrite of Baltimore's zoning rules affecting everything from fraternities to urban farms — but not before a bitter dispute erupted inside the council's chambers over liquor stores.
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's newfound popularity last year translated into $12,000 worth of free travel to speak at events around the country, as well as dozens of awards and other gifts, according to her ethics form filed with the state.
More men are expressing themselves at work with flashy, colorful accessories, say retailers and analysts. Younger consumers, especially, may be following the example set by nattily attired athletes and celebrities. Small accessories can pack a big punch and allow fashion-forward men to add hints of personality to the traditionally stodgy business setting.
The Baltimore City Council began to undergo a monumental shift Tuesday as a number of younger, novice politicians were poised to win Democratic nominations that historically secure victories in November's general election.
Voters in Baltimore will head to the polls Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. to select a candidate in the hotly contested mayor's race, pick 15 members to serve on the City Council and choose a comptroller.
Prince, the popular and virtuosic musician who died Thursday at age 57, was known for maintaining his Minneapolis roots. He also made an impression on Baltimore at a critical moment — as the city dealt with the death of Freddie Gray and the unrest that followed. He came at a time when other celebrities of his caliber did not.
The Maryland General Assembly and Gov. Larry Hogan pass criminal justice reforms. The Baltimore Blast won an overtime victory against the Soles de Sonora. Councilman Nick Mosby bows out of the mayoral race.
The campaigns for state Sen. Catherine E. Pugh and former Mayor Sheila Dixon traded allegations Monday of voter intimidation and illegal behavior, as the leading candidates for mayor each sent complaints to the state prosecutor for investigation.
Baltimore City Councilman Nick J. Mosby dropped out of the mayor's race Wednesday and threw his support behind state Sen. Catherine E. Pugh, a move political observers say could be enough to push her to victory in two weeks.