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But Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake , the secretary of the DNC, has thrown her support behind Lt...She also left some people grumbling that someone in her position should have remained neutral. So, does the Democratic National Committee have
please have my French Martini ready," Rawlings-Blake jokes in the interview.
The head of the Mayor's Office of Information Technology has been placed on paid leave indefinitely as Baltimore's inspector general investigates allegations that the department made payments to contractual employees for work they may not have
Rawlings-Blake said she hasn't suspended or removed any officials in the Mayor's Office of Information Technology, which is largely staffed by contractors, at this time. The office was at the center of a 2012 controversy involving the purchase of
The Rawlings-Blake administration is proposing new regulations for the city's rapidly growing food truck industry setting up zones for the mobile chefs to sell their designer grilled-cheese sandwiches, spicy tacos and decadent cupcakes. The
NBC's "Today" show launched a campaign Sunday to help improve the health and fitness of Baltimore residents. Viewers across the country were asked to nominate their city for the year-long campaign. And the morning show selected Baltimore in part
Committee, will discuss the crisis in Ukraine and the Russian Parliament's authorization that President Vladimir Putin can use force in Ukraine. Moderator David Gregory will ask Rubio how the United States should respond. "Meet the Press" airs at 9 a.
A new "focus area," which must be approved by the state, would give property owners a 10-year 80 percent property tax credit on value added by physical improvements. It also boosts the credits granted for wages paid to new employees and offers breaks
They were dressed fastidiously in dark suits and dark dresses. Their eyes turned toward the pulpit where they saw an odd sight for a house of worship: A gambling advertisement and an oversize pair of red dice. Horseshoe Baltimore's local hiring
Pearre Jr. said Friday he is launching an investigation into the city's troubled speed camera program, weeks after a City Council committee began its own inquiry. Pearre said his investigation will encompass work done with Xerox State and Local