Brian Greenan was hired by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake three years ago to coordinate projects to help revitalize the West Side. On Friday the mayor’s office announced: Mission Accomplished. Well, kind of. Colin Tarbert, deputy mayor for economic and neighborhood development, said the mayor doesn’t intend to fill Greenan’s position once he begins his new job […]
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will sign into law a bill prohibiting some employers from asking job applicants about their criminal records.
Kaliope Parthemos salary increases by $22,000 for taking over as Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's chief of staff.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced major changes in her administration on Friday. Kaliope Parthemos, currently deputy mayor for economic and neighborhood development, will take over as the mayor's chief of staff.
Councilman Carl Stokes says he does not support a bill creating a 10-year tax credit to encourage building apartments citywide.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake expressed support for a bill passed by the City Council on Monday that would prevent businesses from asking potential employees about criminal convictions before a conditional job offer is issued.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has directed Baltimore’s inspector general to investigate allegations of fraud and abuse in the Mayor’s Office of Information Technology. The allegations involve potential payments made to subcontractors who did not perform work billed to the city and in some instances were being paid after their contracts ended. “I want to ensure accountability, [&hell[...]
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has been Baltimore’s chief executive for more than four years, and her national profile has skyrocketed in large part because of television appearances in her relatively new role as secretary of the Democratic National Committee.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake had a little fun with reporters trying to confirm The Daily Record’s story that she will be seeking re-election in 2016. During her regular Wednesday question and answer session with reporters, Mark Reutter, of Baltimore Brew, asked the mayor if she would like to elaborate on her decision to run for another […]
Don’t read too much into the Sunday political talk show appearances. Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she isn’t running for another job and will seek re-election in two years.
Though a number of key employees have resigned in recent months from Baltimore Development Corp., Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said it's not unusual for employees to leave a position when there's a leadership change at an agency.
Lexington Market wants residents and customers to share their impressions of the historic venue via an online survey.