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MASTERS: Safiyah CheatamSafiyah Cheatam's cadence is like that of a poet, soft yet powerful. A visit to her UMBC studio in February...

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First African-American senior zookeeper at Maryland Zoo diesBALTIMORE — The first African-American senior zookeeper at the Maryland Zoo of Baltimore has died of coronavirus.

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MD Latinos Devastated by COVID-19 to Get AssistanceThe Public News Service provides reporting on a wide range of social, community, and environmental issues for mainstream and alternative media.

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Ocean City, Maryland, City Council Votes To Remove Boardwalk Bench BarriersIn Ocean City, Maryland, visitors will be able to sit on the benches that line the boardwalk this summer.

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Peter Manfredonia, Connecticut Murder Suspect, Taken Into Police Custody In Maryland After Multi-State ManhuntPolice say 23-year-old Peter Manfredonia, a University of Connecticut student wanted for two murders, was taken into custody in Hagerstown, Maryland, on Wednesday night after a multi-state manhunt.

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Suspect in Conn. Murders Captured in MarylandA fugitive college student wanted in connection to two murders in Connecticut was captured in Maryland following a search that spanned four states, including...

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Restaurants gear up for changes in parts of Maryland on FridayCaribbean restaurant “Dat Jerk” had to modify their business model, due to the pandemic. “We setup the tables, so that way no one can come and sit down, ” said owner Richie Fray.

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UConn student arrested for 2 killings will be held in Maryland until he's extradited: sourceA University of Connecticut student suspected of killing two people will be held in a Washington County Detention Center in Maryland until he is extradited to Connecticut, a source told Fox News.

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College student wanted in 2 Connecticut slayings is capturedA lawyer for the family of a fugitive college student said Wednesday the 23-year-old suspect in two Connecticut slayings has no outdoor survival training and his parents are begging him to bring a peaceful end to the search that has stretched to Maryland.

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'Maryland State Barbeque Bash' rescheduled to OctoberThe 'Maryland State Barbeque Bash' has been rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Manhunt for fugitive UConn student expands to Maryland after latest gas station sightingThe now six-day manhunt for the University of Connecticut student wanted in connection to two homicides, a home invasion, and a kidnapping widened in Pennsylvania Wednesday after a firefighter spotted a man matching the suspect's description hiding behind a dumpster at his station house.

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First African-American Senior Zookeeper At Maryland Zoo Dies Of COVID-19Mary J. Wilson, the first African-American senior zookeeper at the Maryland Zoo of Baltimore and who specialized in the care of gorillas and elephants, has died after a battle with the coronavirus.

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Maryland Food Bank Provided Nearly 4.5M Pounds Of Food In April To Families In NeedFor struggling families, the Maryland Food Bank has been a vital resource. In April, they distributed almost 4.5 million pounds of food, that's 2 million pounds more than last April.

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Maryland Named NACMA Marketing Team of the YearThe University of Maryland marketing department was selected as the 2020 National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators.

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The Baltimore Ravens lead the league in quality role playersThe Baltimore Ravens have more superstar talent than they have ever had. The Ravens had 12 players voted into the NFL Pro Bowl last season and Orlando Brown Jr. played in the all-star game as an alternate.

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Maryland Food Bank Provided Nearly 4.5M Pounds Of Food In April To Families In NeedFor struggling families, the Maryland Food Bank has been a vital resource. In April, they distributed almost 4.5 million pounds of food, that's 2 million pounds more than last April.

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Maryland to complete 1st stage of reopening FridayMontgomery County plans to address reopening plans Thursday afternoon. Here's the latest on the coronavirus in Maryland.

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Outbreak of COVID-19 identified involving St. Mary's County Public Schools employeesThe public health response involves universal testing of individuals working in the food preparation and distribution system for Community Feeding Programs.

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Baltimore Museum of Industry donates learning kits, 2,000 kits to be distributed to students next weekThe Baltimore Museum of Industry is working to keep students in the city engaged and entertained.

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'It's Still Not Helping Everybody': Hogan Lays Part Of Blame For Unemployment Issues With Federal GovernmentGov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday addressed the continued hurdles some Marylanders have had trying to get unemployment benefits, saying that while the state has processed more than 400,000 unemployment claims, the system is "still not helping everybody."

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Clothing store goes from women's fashion to making masksA clothing store in Stevensville is changing its summer women's fashion to fashion for your face!

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Maryland gets cyber assist from National Guard during pandemicMaryland Governor Larry Hogan called in the National Guard to help the state not just with its pandemic response but also with cybersecurity assessments.

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Johns Hopkins Study Finds One In Five Chance COVID-19 Test Is 'False Negative'Johns Hopkins School of Public Health researchers are expressing concerns that people are testing negative for COVID-19 when they are actually infected with the virus.

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'It's Completely Devastating'Doctor Joseph Cofrancesco considers himself a "hands on" physician and professor. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, he would encourage his interns to speak to his patients and try and develop a rapport with everyone he cared for.

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Hogan: Restaurants can reopen for outdoor dining effective Friday at 5 p.m.BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday that the state's fight against the coronavirus has progressed to a point at which restaurants may reopen for outdoor dining starting on Friday evening.

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Baltimore Ravens: What's a fair deal for Ronnie Stanley?The Baltimore Ravens have a handful of players due for new contracts and at the top of that list is Ronnie Stanley.

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Here's How To Vote In Maryland's June 2 Primary ElectionVoting during a pandemic will look different.

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Drive-by birthday celebration, for Bishop Leroy Cannady, Sr.People had to change the way they celebrate special events because of the pandemic.

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Maryland Ready to Enter Full Phase OneGov. Larry Hogan says the state could move into stage two of reopening as early as next week.

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John Clement Guy, Sr. "Jackie", 85"Jackie",85, of Mechanicsville, MD passed away on May 25, 2020 at his residence surrounded by his loving family.

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School Feeding Programs Closed Thursday, May 28, 2020, Due to COVID-19 OutbreakAn outbreak of COVID-19 has been identified involving St. Mary's County Public Schools employees; the public health response involves universal testing of individuals working in the food preparation and distribution system for Community Feeding Programs.

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COVID-19 Latest: Hospitalizations Increase Slightly For The 2nd Day As Total Cases Reach More Than 48K In MarylandHospitalizations slightly increased for the second day in a row in Maryland, according to new data released Wednesday.

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Deli-ish is open for business, Dundalk's first and only modern New York style deliBeing in the house so much, you probably need a break from cooking.

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Deadline For Triple Crown Nominations Extended To June 3The final deadline to nominate horses to the rescheduled Triple Crown series is June 3.

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Howard Co. teens run 24 miles in 24 hours to raise money to help families in needTwo Howard County teens raised over $5,000 for a local food pantry by running 24 miles in 24 hours.

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4-star defensive tackle Tommy Akingbesote commits to Maryland footballThe Terps continue to stack the defensive front in the 2021 class.

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Wednesday Afternoon Headlines: Mayoral candidates focus on crime; police ID man wanted in connection with officer shooting and moreBaltimore mayoral candidates zero in on violent crime during debate in campaign's closing days - The Sun.

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UConn murder suspect arrested in Maryland after 4-state manhuntCops say they received a tip that the fugitive UConn student may have crossed into Maryland after getting a cab from a gas station.

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We're Open: Scoozzi family owned restaurant in Dundalk open for carryoutThe local favorite serves up American, Greek and Italian staples through take-out and delivery.

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John Waters says in commencement address he has found the cure for COVID-19"Artists, you are the cure... the only people that can inspire the world to notice and then alter its destructive behavior," Waters announced.

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Delaware fishing charter cited by DNREC for operating amidst pandemic, hires attorneyThe owners of Captain's Lady Charters in Bowers Beach are fighting to keep their business afloat.

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Mental health hotline calls on the rise for children during pandemicWhile the coronavirus has impacted all of us in some way, some mental health experts say children may be struggling with anxiety and depression during the pandemic.

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Wicomico County libraries begin phased reopeningThe county's public libraries entered phase one of their reopening on Wednesday but they're still not open to the public.

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Maryland Reaches Goal Of 10K COVID-19 Tests Conducted Per Day; Rate Of Positive Results Drops By More Than Half, Hogan SaysAs the number of coronavirus cases and tests in Maryland continues to grow, the rate of people testing positive for the virus has dropped by more than half, Gov.

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BREAKING: Maryland to lift additional restrictions beginning this Friday, May 29thGovernor Larry Hogan announced on Wednesday that Maryland will lift additional restrictions statewide this Friday, May 29th.

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White Marlin Open adds new category to annual tournamentOrganizers of the White Marlin Open released some details about this year's tournament including a new prize category.

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Gov. Hogan: Restaurants can resume outdoor dining, outdoor activities can resume beginning FridayGovernor Larry Hogan held a press conference regarding the 'Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery' on Wednesday.

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Local veterinarian gives tips on preventing pet separation anxietyA local veterinarian is warning that your pets could experience separation anxiety once people start returning to work.

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Peter Manfredonia, UConn student wanted for murder, caught in MarylandThis undated photo provided by the Connecticut State Police shows Peter Manfredonia. A woman who said she was abducted by Manfredonia, a college student suspected of killing two people in Connecticut, has been found safe in New Jersey, police said Monday, May 25, 2020.

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Clear Space Theatre Company submits building plans for new theater spacesNew plans for two brand new theater spaces are taking the stage in Rehoboth Beach.

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Weather Tidbits: Winter Weather AlertsToday's weather tidbits topic is about winter weather alerts. There is a winter storm watch, a winter storm warning, and a winter weather advisory, but there is also a blizzard warning that we will discuss as well.

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Ravens LT Ronnie Stanley: 'I definitely want to get paid my value'Ravens left tackle coming off first Pro Bowl and first team All-Pro season.

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Opioid drug overdose during the COVID-19 pandemicThere's a new health concern during the coronavirus pandemic. How do you safely save someone's life whose suffering from a drug overdose while preventing the spread of COVID-19?

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Space X and NASA flight scrubbed, Wallops gets ready to help at next opportunityWednesday was supposed to be the day that Space X and NASA sent two astronauts to the International Space Station.

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Hampden retailers prepare for reopening and curbside deliveryWalk down The Avenue in Hampden and you'll see plenty of shops with signage stating they're still closed.

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Trimpers Rides announces new weekly Farmers MarketAn Ocean City staple is rolling out something new starting this week. Trimpers Rides has announced "Trimper's Greenmarket", a farmers market that will give Eastern Shore vendors a space to sell their produce.

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Maryland to open coronavirus testing site at Six Flags America on FridayMaryland will open a new drive-through coronavirus testing site at Six Flags America in Prince George's County on Friday, Gov.

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Playground set on fire at Freetown Village Boys and Girls Club, video shows possible suspectsAnne Arundel County investigators say a fire Sunday at the Freetown Village Boys and Girls Club was intentionally set.

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Maryland Governor Hogan Announces Major COVID-19 Testing Site at Six Flags AmericaContinuing a series of major COVID-19 testing expansions across the State of Maryland, Governor Larry Hogan today announced a new free testing site at Six Flags America on Friday, May 29.

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Hopkins' Dr. Crystal Watson: How Contact Tracing Can Stop COVID-19Tom's guest today is someone who's helping to do just that. Dr. Crystal Watson is a Senior Associate at the Center for Health Security at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering.

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SpaceX "CrewDragon" Launch Aims To Restart US-Based Human SpaceFlightThen, we get some historical perspectives on the SpaceX launch from esteemed space policy analyst, John M. Logsdon.

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Love City Life but Want Country-Life Quiet? Check Out This Home from The Whit Harvey Group

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Peter Manfredonia, UConn Student Wanted in Murders, Captured in MarylandPeter Manfredonia, 23, was the subject of a three-state manhunt following a bloody crime spree.

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Rehoboth Beach man arrested on multiple drug chargesDNREC Natural Resources Police Park Rangers arrested a Rehoboth Beach man on multiple drug charges at Cape Henlopen State Park Monday afternoon.

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Antonio Janifer Identified As Suspect Who Allegedly Shot Baltimore Police Officer In Federal HillPolice have identified the suspect who allegedly shot a Baltimore police officer in Federal Hill Tuesday night as 28-year-old Antonio Oliver Janifer.

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Berlin To Spend $348K On Street ResurfacingTown officials approved a $348,740 street resurfacing contract this week. At a meeting Tuesday, the Berlin Town Council approved a contract with.

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Connecticut Murder Suspect Peter Manfredonia Last Seen In Maryland, Stolen Stroudsburg Car Recovered: PoliceThe search for 23-year-old Peter Manfredonia is now in its sixth day.

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New tip puts University of Connecticut student accused of killing 2 in HagerstownA manhunt is underway for a University of Connecticut senior suspected of killing two men last Friday.

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Baltimore Museum of Art announces three initiatives to support local artistsWith the COVID-19 pandemic limiting artists' ability to make and sell their work, and galleries to display it, the Baltimore Museum of Art today announced three new programs to help the local artists and the community.

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Maryland International Raceway to open this weekend without spectatorsNews Release, Maryland International Raceway Maryland International Raceway has been granted permission by the St. Mary's County Health Department to.

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Tip places student wanted in murders in Maryland after Pa. sighting, authorities sayUniversity of Connecticut senior Peter Manfredonia, 23, was reportedly spotted in Hagerstown, Maryland as of Wednesday afternoon, Pennsylvania State Police confirmed.

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Peter Manfredonia, fugitive UConn student wanted in 2 killings, is caught in Maryland after manhuntPeter Manfredonia, the fugitive University of Connecticut student wanted in two killings, was caught in Maryland after a manhunt that stretched on for days, police announced Wednesday night.

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Suspect in Connecticut Murders Captured in MarylandA fugitive college student who was wanted in connection to two Connecticut murders was captured in Maryland after an extensive search that spanned four states.

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College student wanted in 2 Connecticut slayings is capturedConnecticut State Police say a college student wanted for two slayings in Connecticut has been captured in Maryland.

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The manhunt for Peter Manfredonia, suspected of two homicides in Connecticut, has now moved to MarylandPeter Manfredonia, the UConn student suspected of killing two people and kidnapping a third before fleeing Connecticut, took an Uber to an East Stroudsburg, Pa.

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Hazard Pay to end for Giant employees, will be given one-time appreciation bonus in July"As our communities begin reopening and we all adjust to new ways of living our daily lives - from how we work to how we shop, Giant Food remains focused on supporting both our associates and customers."

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Overturned dump truck causes road closure in FrankfordDelaware State Police are currently on scene of a single vehicle crash involving an overturned dump truck with a fuel spill.

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Baltimore Ravens Announce Seven 2020 Scholarship RecipientsThe Ravens organization announced the seven winners of its Ravens Scholars scholarships on Wednesday.

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Attorney in MarylandThis is how an attorney in Maryland spends her money over the course of one week.

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Shot BPD officer identified as Joshua Jackson, aka "Saint the Rappin Cop"The Baltimore Police officer shot in the line of duty Tuesday night has been identified as Joshua Jackson.

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Joe Uddeme Discusses Volunteering through "Bunches of Lunches"For Joe Uddeme, a Pikesville High Alum and member of Jewish Baltimore, being able to give directly to the community is vital.

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Drive-thru COVID-19 testing event to be held in WestoverThe Somerset County Health Department has announced that a free drive-thru COVID-19 testing event will be held on Tuesday, June 2nd.

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Maryland International raceway to open this weekend without spectatorsNews Release, Maryland International Raceway Maryland International Raceway has been granted permission by the St. Mary's County Health Department to.

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Home Relocation Leads To Berlin Councilman; Early Word Allows For Election To Decide SeatCouncilman Thom Gulyas announced plans to resign in September as his family prepares to leave Berlin.

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Maryland's Howard County bans Holy Communion in church reopening orderA public health order issued in Howard County, the distribution and consumption of any food or drink as part of a religious service, effectively outlawing the Eucharist.

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Reopening Maryland: Curbside Retail Now Open In Baltimore As Mayor Lifts More Coronavirus RestrictionsCurbside retail pickup is now available in Baltimore City Wednesday, after the city's mayor lifted additional coronavirus restrictions.

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Baltimore Weather: Tropical Storm Bertha Won't Directly Hit Maryland, Could Bring Unsettled WeatherTropical Storm Bertha has formed near the coast of South Carolina and could bring some thunderstorms to Maryland.

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The NHL is back, kinda… sorta.Ok, now with that our of my system, Gary Bettman revealed on Tuesday afternoon, a plan for the NHL to return to play.

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Baltimore Fishbowl's guide to the 2020 Mayoral electionWe received responses to our questions from 12 Democrats and one Republican. We went a step further with the six candidates who have consistently led the Democratic field in the polls and conducted phone interviews.

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Maryland Food Bank Provided Nearly 4.5M Pounds Of Food In April To Families In NeedFor struggling families, the Maryland Food Bank has been a vital resource. In April, they distributed almost 4.5 million pounds of food, that's 2 million pounds more than last April.

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Baltimore City Fire Department Officials Say A Total Of 21 Employees Tested Positive, None Currently QuarantinedNearly two dozen Baltimore City Fire Department employees have tested positive for the coronavirus since the pandemic began, the department said Wednesday.

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Outback Steakhouse is hiring a delivery driver!If you're looking for a new position, WMAR-2 News is here for you.

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Maryland COVID-19 hospitalizations increase for second day in a rowThe number of Marylanders hospitalized for COVID-19 has increased for the second day in a row after previously decreasing for nine consecutive days, state data show.

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Maryland Keeping Tabs on West Coast QuarterbackLoyola quarterback Brayden Zermeno continues to hear from the staff.

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Baltimore Symphony Youth Orchestra performs virtual finale concert, after live performance canceledThe Baltimore Symphony Youth Orchestra was supposed to play their Season Finale concert on May 17, but it was canceled due to COVID-19.

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New Peter Manfredonia Tip Puts Him in Maryland: Penn. State PoliceThe multi-state search for a University of Connecticut student who is wanted in connection with a string of crimes across the state between Friday and Sunday is entering day six as authorities continue searching in Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and now, Maryland.

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What does Maryland's Purple Line project team breakup mean for P3s?Construction industry news, trends and jobs for building professionals who want mobile-friendly content.

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Two Somerset Co. students named Carson ScholarsWe're told that Carter G. Woodson Elementary 5th grader Zachary Gunter and Washington High School and Academy 11th grader Ashawnti Buckner were nominated by their teachers to win the award.

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Maryland Reports 47,687 COVID-19 Cases and 2,217 Deaths, An Increase of 535 Cases and 38 DeathsThis entry was posted on May 27, 2020 at 10:16 am and is filed under All News, Anne Arundel News, Calvert News, Charles News, Community, County, COVID-19, Prince George's News, St. Mary's News, Top News, z 600X120 Top Ad Bottom, z 600X120 Top Ad Top.

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Chris Jans track record at NMSU sold UNLV transfer Donnie TillmanPhoto credits to UNLV Athletics The New Mexico State Aggies search for a versatile scoring burst on the wing has finally come to an end.

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Now Trending… Significant Price Adjustment for 1101 Boyce AvenueAn uncommon opportunity in the these uncommon times, 1101 Boyce offers generous spaces to live, work and play.

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The job of City Council President, a path to the mayor's office, is up for grabsBaltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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Everything you need to know about the US primary elections next weekNext week, nine states, the Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia will hold primary elections as part of the 2020 election.

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Cyber Daily: Prolonged GDPR Investigations; National Guard Lends Cyber Help in MarylandHello. In her latest Brussels Report, Catherine Stupp examines why some privacy and security incidents take regulators so long to investigate.

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Baltimore's Catholic Churches May Reopen At The End Of The Month, But Only At A Third Of Their CapacitiesCatholic churches in Baltimore may reopen for mass at the end of the month, but only at the third of the seating capacity.

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Any Eligible Maryland Voter Who Has Not Yet Received Mail-In Ballot For June 2 Primary Should Request Ballot from Board of ElectionsAs the election date approaches, the Maryland State Board of Elections is encouraging any eligible Maryland voter who has not received a mail-in ballot via the U.S. Postal Service to request one.

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St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Seeking Identity of Male Theft Suspect Who Stole Tip Jar from Ledo Pizza in LeonardtownOn Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 7:30 pm, the suspect stole the tip jar from the Ledo Pizza restaurant in Leonardtown.

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Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department Regrets to Announce Passing of Life Member John C. "Jackie" Guy, Sr.It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Life Member Jackie Guy.

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Johns Hopkins University is hiring professors!WMAR-2 News is bringing you the latest openings in our area.

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State Roundup: 3.5 million ballots mailed to voters, next week's primary promises to be different.About 100 people gathered in the parking lot of the Courthouse in Ellicott City to demand Howard County Executive Calvin Ball reopen more businesses Tuesday evening.

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Woodlea Bakery says "We're Open Baltimore! "There are two Woodlea Bakery locations, one off Belair Road in Baltimore and the other off Baltimore Pike in Bel Air.

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Wednesday Morning Headlines: Police search for suspect who allegedly shot officer in Federal Hill; Students rally for free internet; and moreBaltimore City students call on Comcast to provide free internet through fall - WBAL.

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Where Maryland Men's Basketball Stands With Three Open ScholarshipsAfter a slew of outgoing transfers and recruiting shortfalls, Maryland's 2020-21 outlook remains murky. The biggest stars are gone, and plenty of role players have moved on, leaving question marks all around the court.

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Schleifer, with a $230,000 war chest, faces opponent with just $3,600Baltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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Coffee Coffee in Bel Air says "We're Open Baltimore! "The cafe is only allowing three customers in at a time and they must wear face masks.

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Economies now looking to bounce back as lockdown easesThe current pandemic has not just been a US issue but a worldwide one. It has meant that lockdowns have and still are in force in many areas of the world, which continues to damage economies, with businesses closing and people losing their jobs.

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How to Find the Right Basement Waterproofing CompanyWhen you have a basement at your home, you potentially have a valuable extra space that could be extremely useful.

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State Fire Marshal Investigating House Fire in Valley Lee, No Injuries ReportedOn Wednesday, May 27, 2020, at approximately 4:35 a.m., firefighters from Valley Lee, Bay District, NAS Patuxent River, Hollywood, Seventh District and Leonardtown responded to 43637 Potomac Shores Road in Valley Lee, for the reported garage on fire.

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Prince George's County Police Investigating Fatal Dirt Bike Collision in Temple HillsOn May 25th, at approximately 9:35 pm, officers responded to the intersection of Branch Avenue and Naylor Road for a collision involving a dirt bike and a car.

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Pharmacists begin COVID-19 testing in MarylandHundreds of pharmacists are now on the front lines of battling COVID-19 in Maryland. They have been given the authority by Governor Larry Hogan to provide testing at pharmacy sites that are opening up weekly throughout the state.

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Minor Injuries Reported After Vehicle Strikes Building in BowieOn Tuesday, May 26, 2020, at approximately 1:37 p.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to the 6800 block of Race Track Road in Bowie, for a report of a vehicle into a building.

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MM 5.27: Maryland baseball's Maxwell Costes earns All-American Third Team HonorsThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Southern Maryland Pets in Need Pet of the Week: BowieBy: Pets in Need SoMD BOWIE: Handsome GoofballYoung, Affectionate, Lacks Training At Anne Arundel County Animal Care and Control, Millersville,.

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Southern Maryland Meats Program Continuing Search for Host Sites and Stewards Throughout Southern MarylandNews Release, Southern Maryland Agriculture Development Commission Southern Maryland Meats , a program of the Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission.

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'Together, We Are Maryland:' CSM Leadership Join Rural Maryland Council's Campaign Celebrating Statewide ConnectionsCollege of Southern Maryland leadership lent their voices to a new video produced by the Rural Maryland Council to promote the unique characteristics that help cross traditional boundaries, share information, and address in a more holistic way the special needs and opportunities in Rural Maryland.

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St. Mary's College of Maryland Seahawk Senior Spotlight: Ethan GarrenST. MARY'S CITY, Md. - The St. Mary's College of Maryland Athletic Department would like to take a moment to honor our spring senior student-athletes who had their seasons cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Data reveals lack of minority investors in Maryland cannabis industryBy: Meghan Thompson, Capital News Service Only 10 percent of investors in Maryland's cannabis industry are people of color, according.

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Manhunt underway for gunman who shot officer, carjacked bystander in Maryland: policeBaltimore police said they're looking for an "armed and dangerous" suspect who shot an officer on Tuesday before carjacking at least one person to make his escape.

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Today's Forecast: May 27, 2020Today, there is a Dense Fog Advisory in effect until noon. There will be mostly cloudy skies and highs in the mid to upper 70s with the possibility for spotty afternoon showers.

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Tagovailoa working 4-star cousin: "He said Maryland's the move."Maryland's got a strong familial relationship and a growing "pipeline" to sell to one of the nation's top athletes.

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Maryland Food Bank launches first food pantry in a healthcare centerInside the Harriet Lane Clinic at Johns Hopkins Children's Center, there is a closet near the exams rooms that has been converted into a mini food pantry.

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Maryland Employers: Get Ready For A Host Of New Employment LawsDuring the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, the Maryland legislature passed over 600 pieces of legislation, many of which relate to employment issues.

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What to do if you haven't received your Maryland primary mail-in ballotThe "vast majority" of eligible voters in Maryland have already received their mail-in ballots for the June 2 primary, according to the State Board of Elections.

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Reopening Maryland: Curbside Retail Now Open In Baltimore As Mayor Lifts For Coronavirus RestrictionsCurbside retail pickup is now available in Baltimore City Wednesday, after the city's mayor lifted additional coronavirus restrictions.

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What's Really Making Us SickBmoreArt is a creative and critical daily online journal. We believe that Baltimore's creative class deserves to be discussed, critiqued, and well-informed.

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Testing 'Remains a Struggle,' State's Public Health Chief ConcedesDespite efforts to protect nursing home residents from COVID-19 by limiting access to essential staff, "the virus is getting in," the state's deputy secretary for public health said on Tuesday.

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Reopening Maryland: What's Open, What's Closed County-By-CountyThe state of Maryland's stay-at-home order ended May 15, Gov. Larry Hogan's announced, but not every area of the state is ready to move into phase one of reopening.

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Baltimore Police: 'Armed And Dangerous' Suspect On The Loose After Allegedly Shooting At Officer, Carjacking Bystander During GetawayA Baltimore City Police officer was injured after he was shot in the line of duty Tuesday night in Federal Hill, according to police.

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11PM Sports 05.26.2020Categories: College, High School, Latest Sports Cast, Professional, Sports.

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Renowned Photographer Gifts Graduating Baltimore School For The Arts Students Senior Prom PortraitsA Baltimore photographer is giving back to his students and helping them cap off their senior year despite the coronavirus.

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MM 5.27: Maryland baseball's Maxwell Costes earns All-American Third Team HonorsThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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FDR Boulevard Extension Road Opening from Monterey Lane to Kinnegad DrivePlease be advised that on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, the roadway extension of FDR Boulevard, from Monterey Lane to the roundabout at the intersection of Kinnegad Drive / Castletown Way for a length of 0.28 mile, will be open to traffic.

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Church leaders preparing for outdoor services as restrictions are liftedDelaware Governor John Carney announced Tuesday that outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people will be allowed starting June 1st.

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Food Bank of Delaware changes backpack program during COVID-19A program that has been helping to feed kids in Delaware for years has changed to suit the needs of children during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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New pet food pantry locations addedThe Brandywine Valley SPCA is setting up new locations for their drive through pet food pantries.

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Local summer camp calling for guidelines to reopenSummer is here and if you've got kids, you know they are looking forward to camp.

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Officer shot in the abdomen in Federal Hill Tuesday nightBaltimore City FOP is reporting that there's an injured officer in Baltimore.

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Megabus To Resume Operations In Baltimore With Limited CapacityMegabus announced Tuesday it will resume operations throughout some of the region beginning next week.

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Limited Megabus schedule to resume beginning June 1Beginning on June 1, a limited schedule between New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington D.C. will resume for Megabus, according to Sean Hughes, Director of Corporate Affairs, megabus.com North America.

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PAWS For People goes virtual47ABC - A local pet therapy organization has found new ways to help out others during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Who's Open, Who's Closed: County-By-County Breakdown As Maryland ReopensThe state of Maryland's stay-at-home order will end at 5 p.m. on Friday, under Gov.

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Big Bird's Biggest Rockfish EverDaily Catch at the Ocean City Fishing Center It was FOGGY today in Ocean City folks....FOGGY!

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Baltimore Ravens: Tavon Young's return could be huge for secondaryTavon Young missed all of 2019 with a neck injury, but he seems to be all good to go for 2020.

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Six Flags America Implements New Safety Measures Ahead Of ReopeningSix Flags America is preparing for the new normal ahead of its reopening.

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Weather Tidbits: Flood AlertsToday on weather tidbits we're talking about flood alerts and the different kind of flood alerts.

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Comcast pressed to do more for student digital equityBaltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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Maryland Schools Affected By Loss in Casino RevenueNews4 got a look at a report on Maryland casino revenue lost. Scott MacFarlane reports on the impact on local schools.

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Latino Communities In Maryland Hit Hard By Coronavirus Pandemic; Advocates Urge Hogan To Offer Aid To Undocumented ImmigrantsThe coronavirus pandemic is hitting the Latino community particularly hard across the nation, and Baltimore City is no exception.

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Dozens of Baltimore restaurants to take part in nationwide 'Takeout Tuesday' on June 2The restaurants will be donating 15 to 25 percent of their proceeds to local food banks.

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Latino Communities In Maryland Hit Hard By Coronavirus Pandemic; Advocates Urge Hogan To Offer Aid To Undocumented ImmigrantsThe coronavirus pandemic is hitting the Latino community particularly hard across the nation, and Baltimore City is no exception.

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Change? Don't endure it. Run toward it.I'd like to retire the term 'crisis' from current business and economic journalism. While the pandemic has doubtlessly jolted our social and economic realities, it's important to remember disruption is not a unique or singular occurrence.

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Moving from pain to action: Maryland family offers advice after losing mother to COVID-19WJLA) — The photos and memories of their mother Vera Thompson are all her children have left.

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June 2nd Primary Election: What Maryland voters need to knowThe Maryland Primary Election is one week away but the voting experience is a little different this time around.

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Forward Maryland 112 with Jenny Solpietro, May 26, 2020Bill and Jason talk with Jenny Solpietro of the great blog, the Howard County Progress Report!

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3 Baltimore Ravens who could get their first Pro Bowl in 2020The Baltimore Ravens look stack going into 2020 with 12 Pro Bowlers from 2019 on the current roster.

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Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Milkmen Return To Delivery Routes In MarylandFor those old enough to remember, the milkman used to be a staple in most neighborhoods across the country.

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State Fire Marshal Investigating Apartment Fire in Waldorf, No Injuries ReportedOn Sunday, May 24, 2020, at approximately 2:08 a.m., firefighters responded to 2400 Old Washington Road in Waldorf, for the reported structure on fire.

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Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Milkmen Return To Delivery Routes In MarylandFor those old enough to remember, the milkman used to be a staple in most neighborhoods across the country.

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SouthPoint Church Seeking Assistance After Three 24-Foot Trailers Stolen from Property in LeonardtownOn Friday, May 22, 2020, three of our 24' trailers were stolen. A white truck, black truck, and white SUV were seen pulling away with the trailers.

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Maryland General Assembly waiting for a response from the Department of Labor"We have been constantly demanding answers every week. We're putting the pressure on," said House Speaker Adrienne Jones.

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Three city of Salisbury employees test positive for COVID-19Salisbury Mayor Jake Day announces three city employees have tested positive in relation to last week's positive case within the Salisbury Fire Department.

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Baltimore City Leaders Call On Comcast To Increase Internet Options For Low-Income Students Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs the coronavirus pandemic continues, Baltimore City's digital divide is still apparent, as students voiced their displeasure at City Hall Tuesday morning.

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Restaurant Association of Maryland urging Gov Hogan to allow phase 2 of reopening to beginThe Restaurant Association of Maryland is now calling on Governor Larry Hogan to reopen Maryland's restaurants to dine-in seating when the governor announces Phase 2 of his "Roadmap to Recovery Plan," voicing frustrations with state guidance.

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'Murder Hornets' Still Not Close To Maryland, Entomologists SayThe Asian Giant Hornet, also known as the "murder hornet," is nowhere near Maryland yet, entomologists say.

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Coronavirus pandemic impacts local veteran organizations"It's very scary," said Thomas Rippon, commander at the Delmar VFW Post 8276. "If we get a second dose of this pandemic and they shut us down again, it's very scary, I mean it's unbelievable," said Rippon who is also state senior vice commander at the VFW Department of Maryland.

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Baltimore Ravens Q&A Potential surprise roster cuts and moreThese are some answers for some Ravens questions that were submitted to me on Twitter.

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Ocean City mayor reacts to photos appearing to show crowded boardwalkIn Ocean City, images of a packed boardwalk over the weekend have left some people concerned about the spread of the coronavirus, but the mayor says those photos were taken out of context.

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Assateague Coastal Trust hosts virtual town hall TuesdayOn Tuesday, the Assateague Coastal Trust and their partners held a virtual town hall allowing people in the community to raise concerns on the impact industrial livestock operations are having on public health.

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Local Summer Camps, Swim Teams Ask For Reopening Guidance Amid COVID-19 PandemicLocal summer camps and swim teams are asking Gov. Larry Hogan for guidance on reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Playground Fire in Anne Arundel Causes $30,000 in Damage, Fire Under InvestigationOn Sunday, May 24, 2020, at approximately 5:27 p.m., firefighters responded to multiple 911 calls reporting a playground on fire near the 7800 block of Willing Court in Pasadena.

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Baltimore to allow curbside pickup for retail storesRetail stores in Baltimore City will be allowed to begin curbside pickup operations, effective 9 a.m.

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Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Howard County eases restrictions; ACLU launches ads on 'spy plane' and moreHoward County to open retail, hair services to 50%, religious services to 250 people - WBAL ACLU of Maryland launches ad campaign against the Baltimore.

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13 Traffic Citations Issued After Police Respond to a Few Vehicles Gathering in MechanicsvilleOn Saturday, May 23, 2020 at approximately 10:10 p.m., deputies from the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office responded to the 37700 block of Golden Beach Road in Mechanicsville, for the reported traffic complaint called in by the Charles County Sheriff's Office.

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6 Maryland Inmates Have Died Due To Coronavirus; 396 Cases Tied To State-Run Correctional SystemSix inmates at state-run correctional facilities have now died due to the coronavirus, the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services said Tuesday.

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Students petition Comcast, asking for better internet service during COVID-19 pandemicKimberly Vasquez, a SOMOS organizer and subscriber to Internet Essentials said that, "every morning, there is an issue of who has priority to use the internet: the parent who needs to work and provide for their family or the student who needs to pass their classes."

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District, Maryland, Virginia leaders grill inspector general over PPEHouse members from D.C., Maryland and Virginia today grilled the Health and Human Services Department's Deputy Inspector General.

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Mayor Young Announces 'Outdoor Seating Relief Program' For Bars, Restaurants When Coronavirus Restrictions Are LiftedMayor Jack Young announced Tuesday an Outdoor Seating Relief Program designed to help prepare Baltimore City for the eventual resumption of seating at restaurants that have been limited to pick up and carry out only.

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6 Maryland Inmates Have Died Due To Coronavirus; 396 Cases Tied To Correctional SystemSix inmates at state-run correctional facilities have now died due to the coronavirus, the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services said Tuesday.

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Mayor of Annapolis proposes safe ways to reopen restaurantsSocial restrictions are lifting and people are itching to get to a restaurant. Restaurant owners are anxious for customers to come back as well.

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UMD graduates create virtual COVID-19 symptom checkerThe UMD graduates launched Clearstep one year ago and integrated CDC protocols so it could be used to identify COVID-19 symptoms.

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Truck drivers face new challenges as essential workersA Pocomoke City trucking company says although truck drivers are essential workers, they've been left behind in recent months because of new restrictions.

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BayRunner Shuttle accepting new reservations June 1The BayRunner Shuttle is reopening on June 1st but the owners believe they'll suffer a financial loss for a little while before travel picks up to a normal level.

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Solomons, Hollywood, and NDWFD Regret to Announce Passing of Life Member, and Career Firefighter Walter TaylorNaval District Washington Fire Department and NAS Patuxent River - It is with great sadness that we announce the untimely loss of our brother, Inspector Walter Taylor.

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Ravens WR Boykin joining Lamar Jackson next week in FloridaAfter a 13 catch, 198 yard, 3 touchdown rookie year, Boykin enters his second pro season poised to build on that invaluable 17 games of NFL football knowledge.

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Thankful For YouIf there is anything I have learned from my mother - and that's a lot - She's always showed me how important it is to write and express yourself - whether someone would see it or not.

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Trooper involved crash under investigation in ClaytonDelaware State Police are investigating a crash involving a State Trooper that happened Tuesday morning.

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Mayor Young Announces Initiative To Help Baltimore City Businesses Safely Reopen Amid PandemicThe Baltimore Development Corporation and Neighborhood Design Center will lead an initiative to help small businesses reopen safely amid the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Jack Young announced Tuesday.

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Health officials announce 101 new cases, 4 new deaths in Del.The Delaware Division of Public Health has announced four additional deaths related to the coronavirus in the state.

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After Spirited Debate, Ocean City Opts To Keep Boardwalk Benches For SummerThe Boardwalk benches are staying right where they are after a spirited debate by a divided Mayor and Council this week about potentially removing or moving some of them to better promote social distancing.

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Ravens early favorites in week one match up against the BrownsThe Baltimore Ravens are early favorites against the Cleveland Browns in their season opener at home in Baltimore.

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Maryland Coronavirus Hospitalizations Up Slightly After Days Of Decline, State Tops 47.6K CasesHospitalizations grew from 1,279 to 1,315 as of Tuesday morning, an increase of 36 people.

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The Haunting Ghost Forests of Maryland's Eastern ShoreRising seas are claiming land, changing lives, and transforming our relationship with nature.

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Maryland Gov. Hogan Announce New ICU Inpatient WingMary Land Gov. Hogan and Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center Announce New ICU Inpatient Wing to Care for COVID-19 and Critical Patients - Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center today became the first hospital in the nation to install STAAT Mod TM modular units to care for COVID-19 and...

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'I've Never Seen Anything Like This': Coronavirus Pandemic Leads To Shortage Of Entry-Level, Kids' BikesThe COVID-19 pandemic has meant a lot of families are looking for something to do, and a way to get their kids to entertain themselves.

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Maryland Gov. Hogan Names New Chief of StaffHogan Names New Chief of Staff - Governor Larry Hogan today announced the appointment of Roy McGrath, IOM, CAE as the new chief of staff for the State of Maryland.

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Resort towns react to short term rental ban ending in DelawareAs Delaware approaches phase one of reopening on June first, Governor John Carney announced on Tuesday that as part of that he will lift the short term rental ban.

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50K reward offered after five paintball attacks on U.S. mail carriersA news release on the U.S. Postal Inspection Service 's website says: "The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect who assaulted multiple USPS Letter Carriers with a paintball gun in and around Washington, D.C. on May 23rd, 2020."

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Hard Yacht Cafe in Dundalk open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinnerThey're open for takeout seven days a week from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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Salisbury Airport Manager Dawn Veatch resignsWicomico County Executive Bob Culver announced on Monday that Dawn Veatch, Manager of the Salisbury-Ocean City - Wicomico Regional Airport has resigned.

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Gov. Ralph Northam orders masks to be worn in public starting May 29thGovernor Ralph Northam announced on Monday that he is ordering that Virginians to wear masks in public indoor spaces beginning this Friday, May 29th.

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Former Democratic candidate Liri Fusha answers our questions on jobs, crime and moreLiri Fusha immigrated to the United States from Albania. Since launching her mayoral campaign, Fusha has spoken in support of providing housing and mental health resources to people experiencing homelessness.

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Wor-Wic Community College announces passing of founding presidentThe Wor-Wic Community College staff, students, and family are mourning the loss of their founding president.

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Baltimore City stores can open for curbside pickup WednesdayBaltimore Mayor Jack Young on Tuesday slightly modified his lock down order, announcing that retail stores would be allowed to open for curbside service beginning Wednesday at 9 a.m.

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Howard County eases additional restrictionsHer ‘Make It Go Away' sidewalk sale is recapturing a bit of her business lost to the COVID-19 shut down, but Kelli Myers says her store ‘A Journey From Junk' still has a long way to go.

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Republican candidate Catalina Byrd answers our questions on public safety, COVID-19 relief and moreCatalina Byrd is the chair of the domestic violence committee for the Women's Commission of Baltimore City.

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Poll: Marylanders Oppose Hogan's Drug Board Veto, Favor Special SessionWhile recent polls show Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. continuing to rack up high job approval ratings, in part due to his management of the COVID-19 crisis, Marylanders strongly oppose one of the governor's recent vetoes - and an even greater number would support the Maryland General Assembly returning to work before its next scheduled session, in...

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Beebe to resume elective surgeries June 1stBeebe Healthcare will resume elective surgeries and other procedures on June 1st. Throughout the pandemic, urgent and emergent surgeries and procedures have been performed, however elective surgeries were postponed starting in March.

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Gov. Hogan Appoints Roy McGrath As New Chief Of StaffGov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday a new Chief of Staff for the State of Maryland.

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Del. Senate to reconvene virtually on May 27thThe Delaware Senate will reconvene on Wednesday, in an historic virtual session. We're told the first virtual meeting of the Senate will be proceeded by a Senate Executive Committee hearing for the consideration of eight gubernatorial nominations.

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Baltimore County Releases Guidelines For Restaurants, Bars When State Coronavirus Restrictions Are LiftedBaltimore County officials released guidelines Tuesday to help bars and restaurants reopen when coronavirus restrictions are lifted.

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David Ignatius' New Spy Thriller, "The Paladin" Plums The Dark World Of CybercrimeIgnatius has also written 11 spy novels, the latest of which benefits mightily from his years of covering the CIA.

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Q&A: Jack Young on leading Baltimore for the past year, 'championing transparency' in city government and moreNow, he hopes he has built up enough trust with Baltimore City residents for them to elect him to his first full term as mayor.

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Worcester Co. student musicians hold porch concertStudent musicians from Worcester County Public Schools performed a porch concert on Friday. We're told the students performed a short version of ‘Ode to Joy' from Beethoven's 9th Symphony from their very own porches.

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When Life's on Hold…Learning Doesn't Have to Be!CCBC has been working with ed2go for years to provide online classes for people who want to sharpen their skills or just have some fun.

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Baltimore Museum Of Industry Donating 2K Interactive City Kits To Public SchoolsThe Baltimore Museum of Industry is donating 2,000 interactive city kits to Baltimore Public Schools so that students can learn about the cannery industry.

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Gertrude Sawyer: Pioneer and ArchitectThe day included a fun "Mystery Heist" icebreaker, for which we all assumed the personalities of various characters who...

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Winderbourne MansionDiscover Winderbourne Mansion in Boyds, Maryland: This abandoned Victorian-style house was built in 1884.

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Ball: Howard County will lift some restrictions on retail establishments and religious servicesBryanRenbaum Howard County Executive Calvin Ball said Tuesday that some of the restrictions imposed on retail establishments, hair salons and places of worship that are aimed at preventing the spread of the coronavirus will be lifted on Friday morning.

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Data reveal lack of minority investors in Maryland cannabis industryOnly 10 percent of investors in Maryland's cannabis industry are people of color, according to data from the Mayland Medical Cannabis Commission.

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Woman Riding Dirt Bike Killed in Maryland CrashA woman riding a dirt bike died after she was hit by a car Monday night in Prince George's County.

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Del. Men Face Robbery ChargesThree Delaware men were arrested on robbery charges last weekend after randomly jumping a group of juveniles.

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Tiny Toes in Bel Air says "We're Open Baltimore"The children's boutique has reopened with a few changes in place. According to the website, they can set up private shopping appointments if customers wish to shop alone.

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Harford County Expands Free Wi-Fi To Five County Parking LotsHarford County residents can now get free Internet access from the parking lots at five county buildings, where public WI-Fi has been expanded during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Nearly A Dozen People Killed In Baltimore Shootings Over Memorial Day WeekendNearly a dozen people were killed due to shootings over Memorial Day weekend in Baltimore.

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Zeke's Coffee in Hamilton says "We're Open Baltimore! "Zeke's is located off Harford Road in the Hamilton neighborhood of Northeast Baltimore. They are open daily from 8 a.m.

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Neighbor dispute leads to backyard fire being setA dispute between neighbors led a juvenile to allegedly start a fire in someone's backyard Sunday evening in Severn.

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Maryland Hospital First In Nation With New ICU Inpatient Wing To Care For COVID-19, Critical Patients, Gov. Hogan AnnouncesTwelve modules were installed adjacent to the hospital and offer 16 private ICU rooms with isolation and adequate support space.

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Orange Element Announces New Client PartnershipOrange Element is proud to announce a new partnership with Boston-based real estate investment company Grander Capital Partners, LLC.

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Police chase former Ner Israel student accused of trying to run over staff memberA former student at Ner Israel Rabbinical College is in custody after allegedly trying to run over a staff member.

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Maryland Hospital First In Nation With New ICU Inpatient Wing To Care For COVID-19, Critical Patients, Gov. Hogan AnnouncesTwelve modules were installed adjacent to the hospital and offer 16 private ICU rooms with isolation and adequate support space.

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Poll: Nearly two-thirds of Marylanders approve of coronavirus restrictionsFifteen percent of Marylanders said the restrictions to slow the virus "did not go far enough." Combined with residents who supported the measures, 78 percent of Marylanders support some kind of limits on everyday life to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Costes Named Third Team All-AmericanTalking Terps with Coach Turgeon Big Ten Network BTN Channel Finder BTN2Go Tradition and Pride National Championships Conference Championships Athletics Hall of Fame Terp Awards History Big Ten Medal of Honor Historical Sports of Maryland M Club Maryland Cheer Team Maryland Dance Team Mascot Appearance Requests Charitable Donation Requests...

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UPDATE: 55-Year-Old Drunk Driver Arrested After Hitting Motorcycle on Sandgates RoadPreliminary investigation determined a 2017 Ford Explorer operated by Thomas Van Oudenaren, 55 of Great Mills, was traveling north on North Sandgates Road and attempted to make a left turn into a private driveway.

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Former worker allegedly burglarized Pasadena kabob restaurant overnightA former worker is accused of breaking into a kabob restaurant overnight Tuesday in Pasadena.

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Former Student At Ner Israel Rabbinical College Campus In Pikesville Arrested For Allegedly Trying To Run People Over, Police SayBaltimore County Police received a 911 call at around 7 a.m. Tuesday morning for a person driving erratically in the 400 block of Mt. Wilson Lane in Pikesville, around the campus of Ner Israel Rabbinical College.

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Southern Maryland Meats Continues Search for Little Free Library Host SitesThe Southern Maryland Meat's Little Free Libraries will be stamped with the SMM logo and constructed in the shape of little red barns.

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Two Men Arrested For Burglary Of Pasadena Restaurant, Police SayOfficers responded to a report of a commercial burglary at Tandoori Kabob in Pasadena at around 1:30 a.m.

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Maryland COVID-19 hospitalizations increase after nine-day declineThe number of Marylanders hospitalized for coronavirus has increased after declining for nine consecutive days, state data show.

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Mostly maskless, scores turn out for Trump visit to BaltimoreBaltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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Maryland men's basketball guard Serrel Smith Jr. enters transfer portalHe becomes the third player from last year's roster to enter the portal.

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