Destiny Watford was working Friday afternoon at United Workers’ offices in a play area without air conditioning when she received a phone call. Activists and officials from Mayor Catherine Pugh’s administration recently had agreed on parameters for a deal to ...Read More »
Baltimore officials announced Wednesday an apprenticeship program they hope creates meaningful jobs while also contributing to the rebuilding of Baltimore City Community College. The apprenticeship program for industrial maintenance mechanics will create opportunities for Baltimore residents to find careers and not ...Read More »
Maryland’s congressional delegation and Baltimore City officials denounced Monday a proposed federal rule that they say could restrict access to women’s health and reverse work made to improve health outcomes, especially for poor women. A proposed rule change at the ...Read More »
The Basketball Tournament is set to return to Baltimore next month and city tourism officials Wednesday touted the event as a major opportunity for exposure for the city and host Morgan State University.Read More »
Mayor Catherine Pugh named Donna Drew Sawyer as the new CEO of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & Arts just nine days before Artscape, the largest free arts festival in America -- an event that has brought $30 million to Baltimore in years prior.Read More »
A seven-member panel will help Baltimore’s mayor search for the new head of the city’s troubled police department. The Baltimore Sun reports that Mayor Catherine Pugh said Wednesday that she wants to conduct a “national search” to find a replacement ...Read More »
Best Week, Worst Week: Loyola raises $100M; Baltimore official gone from Pugh administration. Again.
Loyola University Maryland capped a seven-year fundraising campaign this week with great news, while the Pugh administration is dealing with the aftermath of yet another public official forced out under a shroud of controversy.Read More »