The ransomware attack continues to plague Baltimore as the ransom deadline loomed Friday.
Mayor Jack Young said the city is working to resume services and cooperating with the FBI on their investigation.
Many people are conducting business with Baltimore the old fashioned way almost two weeks since a ransomware attack took the city’s computer system’s hostage.
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The municipal building opened early Monday and it will stay open late. Inside, a waiting room full of people sit and wait; shuffle papers and wait some more.
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The weekend of the 144th year of the Preakness Stakes began Friday against the backdrop of the drama surrounding storied race and its future in Baltimore, but arguably, Mayor Jack Young is dealing with..
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New life breathed into Broadway on Wednesday as the shiny new market officially opened its doors.
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Malware can be just a click away, and local governments, like big business, can be prime targets.
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Baltimore City is spending $31 million for a summer enrichment program for youth, which will include YouthWorks.
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Fresh off his inauguration, Mayor Jack Young is confronted with hackers working to debilitate the payment system and other servers in Baltimore city.
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Baltimore Mayor Bernard "Jack" Young was officially sworn into office Thursday.
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