THE BUZZ! Baltimore City ID program getting fresh look seven years after passage Lastly, Back in town. An old idea is getting a new look. Baltimore City is considering reviving a municipal identification card program seven years after getting ok’d by the city council. The program, initially approved in 2016, would provide city identification cards […]
THE BUZZ! Baltimore City Council votes to confirm Richard Worley as police commissioner Next, Back in town, two big time city positions are off the market. The Baltimore City Council on Monday confirmed Richard Worley as the city’s next police commissioner and James Wallace as the next fire chief. Both have been working in their […]
THE BUZZ! N-Word Was Visible On UK Government Site For Years First, According to a recent investigation by The Independent, the N word has been present on the official government website of the United Kingdom for the previous eight years. On the gov.uk website, a Met Office study, and documents used to evaluate benefit […]
THE BUZZ! Atlanta to pay $1M to Rayshard Brooks’ family after deadly police shooting Let’s take this one back to 2022 in Atlanta and the story of Rayshard Brooks, who was sleeping in a Wendy’s drive thru. The result was Rayshard Brooks being fatally shot by a police officer. Back in June 2020 prosecutors determined that […]
F.D.A. Authorizes Underwear to Protect Against S.T.I.s During Oral Sex We all know about the purpose of wearing underwear, but now the FDA, for the first time ever has given a certain pair a new job function, to protect against S.T.I.s during oral sex. Introducing Lorals a company that makes latex panties that are authorized […]
Baltimore to pay fully vaccinated municipal employees $1,000 In Baltimore there has been a new vaccine incentive issued by Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Baltimore City Administrator Christopher Shorter for all vaccinated government city employees. So all city municipal employees who are fully vaccinated by January 14th, 2022 will receive a onetime $1,000 payment. The money […]
In Baltimore an all to familiar trend is happening again for the sixth straight year, another milestone of 300 murders. Brandon Scott, Baltimore’s City Council president and mayor-elect said “We cannot accept this loss of life as normal,” said in a news release. “It is not normal. These are not just numbers; they are residents […]
Last night, Baltimore’s City Council passed a bill that would increase minimum wage to $15 by the year 2022. The bill was passed with an 11-3 vote. It is now the decision of Mayor Catherine Pugh to either sign or veto the bill.