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Mayor Catherine Pugh

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A Citywide Day of Service to Replace MLK Day Parade

Residents are encouraged to volunteer to celebrate the holiday.

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Bloomberg Donates $5 Million to Baltimore Police To Combat Violence

The BPD will receive new technology including additional cameras, license plate readers, and gunshot detection software.

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Baltimore Joins the SAFE Cities Network to Provide Legal Assistance for Immigrants

The city will offer pro bono legal counsel, education, and family safety planning for its residents.

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Goldman Sachs Invests $233 Million to Port Covington Redevelopment

Sagamore Development keeps promise to bring commercial investment to the city.

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Local Leaders Call on Trump to Protect “Dreamers”

An Obama-era program to protect young immigrants is in jeopardy of being reversed.

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Shake and Bake Temporarily Shuts Its Doors

Locals react to the upcoming closure of the family fun center in Upton.

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Confederate Monuments in Baltimore “Quickly and Quietly” Removed

In the middle of the night, crews hauled away the controversial statues.

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Debate Over Confederate Statues Continues in Baltimore

Mayor Pugh and city residents call for removal of Confederate monuments.

Arts District

Big Changes for the Baltimore AFRAM Festival

The annual festival has been downsized and relocated.

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Settlement Reached for Potomac Street Bike Lane

Advocacy group Bikemore and Mayor Pugh agree to leave lane intact.

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Baltimore Is Overlooked for Attorney General’s Public Safety Partnership

​City council and BPD continue to combat violence locally.​

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​Mayor Pugh Talks Big Change in First State of the City Address

She prioritizes education, police reform, job creation, and homelessness.

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