Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has been named secretary of the Democratic National Committee. Rawlings-Blake said Tuesday in a statement that it’s an honor to be appointed to support Democratic leaders throughout the country. She says she looks forward to working ...Read More »
After Baltimore City Comptroller Joan Pratt once again called for the city to award a contract for phone upgrades to IBM and Avaya instead of Digicon Corp., City Solicitor George A. Nilson held out the possibility that the contract could “conceivably” go to a third bidder.Read More »
Zaied named to post in mayor’s office Baltimore officials on Monday announced a reshuffling of two key city government managers to new posts in the executive branch. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced the appointment of Khalil Zaied as deputy chief of ...Read More »
Attorneys for Baltimore Comptroller Joan Pratt filed a second amended complaint last week in her lawsuit seeking to prevent Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake from continuing with her plans for an Internet-based phone system for city employees.Read More »
After three sessions of the General Assembly that spanned almost 100 days in 2012, the last of the 797 bills approved by state legislators and made law by Gov. Martin O'Malley this year will go into effect as the fireworks start in Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
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Johns Hopkins University has pledged $10 million over five years for the Homewood Community Partners Initiative, a collaborative effort to address key issues facing 10 North Baltimore communities surrounding the Homewood campus, officials announced Thursday. Although the initiative itself isn’t ...Read More »