Catherine Pugh

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Will Judge Make an Example Out of Catherine Pugh?

With the former mayor’s sentencing scheduled for February, both sides get to work on their case.

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Feds Charge Pugh With Fraud and Tax Evasion in ‘Healthy Holly’ Scandal

Former mayor faces 11 counts, including conspiracy, in alleged children’s book scheme.

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City Council President Brandon Scott Announces Mayoral Bid

Election for Baltimore’s top office expected to shape up as a generational battle.

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Could New City Council President Brandon Scott Be Baltimore’s Next Mayor?

Former Rawlings-Blake staffer just bulked up his resume for 2020 bid.

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Five Things to Know About Bernard C. “Jack” Young

East Baltimore native knows how to wield power and his first policy moves as mayor will be revealing.

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Mayor Catherine Pugh Resigns Following Healthy Holly Scandal

Attorney Steve Silverman read mayor’s resignation letter during a press conference at his downtown office.

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Catherine Pugh’s Lawyer Expected to Announce Mayor’s Resignation This Afternoon

Baltimore’s scandal-plagued mayor has been on paid sick leave since April 1.

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FBI and IRS Raid Mayor Catherine Pugh’s Home and City Hall

Corruption investigation stemming from Pugh’s “Healthy Holly” book scandal moves into federal investigation.

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City Council Urges Pugh’s Immediate Resignation; Mayor Vows to Return

Meanwhile, Mayor’s 2020 campaign consulting organization severs ties.

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John Oliver Features Catherine Pugh Scandal on Last Week Tonight

The HBO show host devotes nearly five minutes discussing the Healthy Holly scandal.

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Amid Ethics Scandal, Catherine Pugh Returns $100,000 from Latest Children’s Book Deal

More University of Maryland Medical System board members resign.

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Catherine Pugh Resigns From UMMS Board Amid $500,000 Book Deal Controversy

Baltimore mayor earned $100,000 in profits in burgeoning ethics scandal.

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Mayor Pugh Names New Health Commissioner to Replace Leana Wen

Dr. Letitia Dzirasa, most recently a health innovation officer with local tech company, picked to lead high-profile department.

In Good Taste

Federal Hill Bar Hosting Benefit for Family of Shooting Victim

One Star Country Club is donating total proceeds to the family of Timothy Moriconi.

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Bike Share Stations Out and Dockless Bicycles and Scooters In

Struggling bike share program cancelled as City shifts to new technologies.

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Baltimore Suing Fossil Fuel Companies Over Cost of Climate Change

City accuses oil and gas industry of knowingly contributing to sea-level rise and extreme weather events.

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Shake and Bake is Back

Roller skating rink founded by former Colts star Glenn “Shake & Bake” Doughty made a comeback this weekend.

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Jeff Sessions Comes to Baltimore Pledging To Speed Deportations

Attorney General says FBI likely to assume investigation into police officer’s death.

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Local Environmentalists and Leaders Advocate for Paris Agreement

Pugh, Plank, Kamenetz, and Blue Water Baltimore commit to fight climate change.

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Justice Department and City Reach Agreement on Police Reforms

Consent decree comes five months after scathing report on Baltimore Police Dept.

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