The Baltimore City Council passed a resolution on Monday calling on Atlas Restaurant Group to eliminate dress codes at its restaurants. “[The dress code] leaves an establishment and its workers too open for interpretation and implied, intended or not, for discrimination,” said  Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke. Remember you can always take WOLB 1010 […]

Baltimore is following in the footsteps of several cities across the country. On Monday, the city council’s Budget and Appropriations Committee approved measures to defund portions of the Baltimore Police Department. Remember you can always take WOLB 1010 with you wherever you go by listening live online or via our app. A motion to defund […]

  Baltimore City Council approved legislation that would stop landlords from increasing tenants’ rent during the State of Emergency because of the coronavirus pandemic. The COVID-19 Renter Relief Act is on the way to Mayor Jack Young’s desk for final approval. “I am excited to have had this bill pass through the council, and I […]

Rain Pryor Vane, daughter of comedian Richard Pryor, has filed to run for Baltimore City Council. She is running against incumbent Ryan Dorsey, who represents northeast Baltimore. Pryor says Dorsey doesn’t listen enough to his constituents and failing to address concerns about crime. According to Fox 45, she has lived in the city for 13 […]

The Baltimore City Council elected Brandon Scott to become the next council president. All 14 council members voted for Scott on Monday night, eight were needed to win. Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests And Breaking News On Your Phone. Text BALTIMORE to 24042 to join! Scott fills the vacancy left […]

Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests And Breaking News On Your Phone. Text BALTIMORE to 24042 to join! The Baltimore City Council will most likely nominate acting Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Monday night. Harrison was with the New Orleans Police Department for 28 years rising to Top cop before retiring […]

The $275,000 contract has been approved for Michael Harrison, who will become Acting Baltimore Police Commissioner on Monday. The contract was approved at City Hall during Wednesday’s Board Of Estimates meeting. Harrison still needs to be confirmed by the Baltimore City Council but can still receive $275,000 without confirmation for a year. Sign Up For […]

The City Council is considering a bill that would give people who illegally ride or park electric rental scooters in Baltimore new penalties. The proposed law would not allow e-bikes or e-scooters from being ridden at speeds over 15 mph or parking it illegally. Violators would get a misdemeanor with the maximum penalty of a […]

The Baltimore City Council wants to make it illegal for landlords to discriminate against potential Section 8 tenants. Section 8 tenants say a law would make it easier for people to find housing and would increase the number of neighborhoods where low-income people can live. City Councilman Ryan Dorsey introduced the bill on Monday along […]

The Mayor & City Council is set to put a ban on styrofoam containers for carry out food and drinks in Baltimore. Monday night, the Baltimore City Council gave preliminary approval to the bill that would cut down on the number of foam cups floating in city waterways. The bill would impose criminal fines on […]

The Baltimore City Council went to Annapolis on Monday to officially call on state lawmakers to pass a bill mandating a $15 minimum wage in Maryland. Their bills would raise Maryland’s minimum wage from a little more than $10 to $15 by 2023. The City Council tried last year to raise the minimum wage, but […]

Baltimore City Council passes a weakened version of the mandatory minimum one-year prison sentence for people who illegally carry guns in the city. Council President Jack Young said: “This is not about color or race as some folk have suggested. It’s about illegal guns on the street of Baltimore.” Some city council members were opposed […]