Baltimore Business Journal: U.S. Sen. Cardin, Mayor Scott have discussed a possible revival of the Red Line project

Sen. Ben Cardin
By withdrawing from the project, Maryland forfeited $900M in federal funding. The 14-mile line had been in planning for years, and the state had already spent close to $300M.

Governor Larry Hogan/Mayor Scott lift COVID-19 restrictions effective July 1

COVID-19 updates
Mayor Scott stressed that Baltimoreans remain civil to everyone regardless of whether they choose to continue or refrain from wearing masks after July 1. 

GBC’s 66th Annual Meeting places emphasis on Racial Equity and Social Justice

Moving Forward with Purpose
"These are challenging times but promise lies ahead. This is an ideal time for you to become involved with the GBC."--GBC President & CEO Don Fry

Statement of Donald C. Fry, President and CEO, Greater Baltimore Committee, on Mayor Scott’s Effort to Restart Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

The GBC encourages all agencies that were previously involved with the council to heed the Mayor's invitation to recreate the coordinating council.

The Daily Record: Baltimore rolls back one-hour dining limit and other restrictions

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Several COVID-19 restrictions in Baltimore will be rolled back at the beginning of next week, including a one-hour limit to indoor dining that was put in place in January.

BBJ: Baltimore officials cut ties with controversial surveillance plane operator

“The Greater Baltimore Committee continues to advocate and urge the Mayor and the Baltimore Police Department to use every tool and resource available to break the cycle of violent crime in the City of Baltimore.”

46th Annual Mayor’s Business Achievement Awards winners recognized in virtual ceremony

46th Mayor's Awards
"Today's event is a yearly highlight for the Greater Baltimore Committee, the Mayor's Office and the Baltimore Development Corporation as we honor those outstanding business leaders and their companies and organizations," said Donald C. Fry, Greater Baltimore Committee President and CEO.

Mayor Brandon Scott announces tighter restrictions to fight COVID-19 pandemic in Baltimore

New restrictions, which take effect, December 11, include: Restaurants and other food service establishments will be closed to indoor and outdoor dining.