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Cris Collinsworth Apologizes For On-Air Comments That He Was 'Blown Away' By Female NFL Fans Questions During Ravens-Steelers GameLongtime sports announcer Cris Collinsworth said he is "sick" over his comments on-air during the Ravens-Steelers matchup Wednesday, when he said he was "blown away" by female Steelers fans understanding football so well.

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Congress Passes Bill For Fallen Journalist Memorial In DC, Including Honors For Capital Gazette Journalists Killed In Mass ShootingA bill to authorize the Fallen Journalists Memorial Foundation to establish a memorial in D.C. is headed to President Trump's desk after passing in Congress this week.

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COVID-19 In Maryland: Positivity Rate Climbs; 2K New Cases, 48 Deaths ReportedMaryland's COVID-19 positivity rate continued to climb Thursday as the state recorded more than 2,000 new cases and 48 new deaths, data from the state's health department showed.

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Internet Outage Affects Xfinity Customers In SE BaltimoreAs numerous southeast Baltimore residents went to log in to virtual work or school on Thursday, they found themselves unable to connect due to an Xfinity internet outage.

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Exploring a Beautiful State Park with a Deadly PastLast Friday, on Black Friday, instead of hitting the malls or shopping online, I escaped to go paddling in my kayak.

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PREVIEW: 'A Million Little Things' star talks season 3, what we can expectSALISBURY, Md.  Tonight, fans of A Million Little Things will finally get to see the beloved characters back on the screen as season three premieres.

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Graybar is hiring a Delivery DriverBALTIMORE, md. — WMAR-2 News is here for you!

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Cat houses available to feral colony caretakersDELAWARE  Feral and stray cats in Delaware will soon have somewhere warm to lay their heads and its all thanks to one organization.

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Cooking with Lynn: Homemade hummusSALISBURY, Md.  Its Thursday, which means were back in Lynn Matavas kitchen, and in one of Good Morning Delmarvas Deana Harleys favorite segments, were learning how to make homemade hummus.

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1-Year-Old Baltimore Girl's October Death Ruled Homicide Due To Child AbusePolice are investigating a one-year-old baby girl's death in October after she was found not breathing in a Baltimore home.

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Howard Co. Public Schools eliminating most snow days for remainder of academic yearELLICOTT CITY, Md. — With most students in full-on virtual learning mode, Howard County Public Schools on Thursday said they are all but doing away with snow days for the remainder of the 2020-2021 academic year.

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Lower Shore Hospitals Prepared For COVID Surge If It HappensWith Maryland's key COVID metrics continuing to surge in the wrong direction, Gov. Larry Hogan this week announced more efforts to stem the spread including mobilizing more capacity and staffing at hospitals, but on the Lower Shore, area hospitals appear to be coping thus far.

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Maryland Zoo Admission Drops To $15 For Winter SeasonThe temperatures in Maryland are dropping, but so are the Maryland Zoo's ticket prices this winter.

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Wicomico Co. Health Department announces new COVID-19 drive-thru testing locationTesting will now be held at the Salisbury Fire Department Station 16, located at 325 Cypress Street.

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Police: Dover man threatens acquaintance with knife during altercationMILFORD, Del.  Delaware State Police say a Dover man is behind bars following an altercation that took place Wednesday evening.

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Maryland Woman Reports Catching Intruder While Recording Dance VideoHAGERSTOWN, Md. — Police have arrested a man after a Maryland woman said she captured an intruder on video breaking into her apartment as she recorded herself dancing.

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California Health Official, Former Baltimore Health Commissioner Resigning After Using Racist Term, Citing Family EmergenciesA California health official who spent decades of his career in Maryland is stepping down amid the COVID-19 pandemic, weeks after using a racist term to refer to Asian Americans.

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15 Cold-Stunted Sea Turtles Rescued Near Cape Cod Being Rehabilitated At National AquariumMore than a dozen cold-stunted sea turtles are at the National Aquarium in Baltimore to be rehabilitated.

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17-Year-Old Boy In Serious Condition After Shot In Chest In NE BaltimoreA teenager is in serious condition after he was shot in the chest early Thursday morning in northeast Baltimore.

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Maryland has recorded more than 2,000 new daily coronavirus cases for 13 of the past 20 daysThis is a picture of CDC's laboratory test kit for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2.

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Thursday, December 3, 2020: Maryland Reports 205,399 New Cases of COVID-19 in 24 HoursAn increase of 2,044 cases and 48 deaths over 24 hours, and 8,648 total patients have been released from isolation.

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Jeffrey Caples Charged In Wife's Murder In Hampstead HomePolice arrested a man Wednesday for allegedly killing his wife in their Hampstead home.

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Salisbury organizations donate resources to those in need during pandemicSALISBURY, Md.  Several local organizations are coming together to help the community fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Del. woman receives donations to help people in KenyaDELAWARE  One woman who is doing what she can to help people thousands of miles away across the ocean in Kenya just received some hefty donations just before the holidays.

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Nearly 13K Marylanders Apply For Unemployment In Last WeekMore than 712,000 Americans filed for new unemployment benefits last week. Nearly 13,000 of them are Marylanders.

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Donate unwrapped toys in this year's Toys for Tots campaign; collection sites across MarylandBALTIMORE — The public is invited to join the Maryland Transportation Authority. Police, MDTA staff and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves in the 2020 Toys for Tots campaign.

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Pets on the Plaza: Meet BullwinkleMeet Bullwinkle, an 8-year-old Pitbull mix available for adoption through the Humane Society of Wicomico County.

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Park School Roundtable DiscussionThe Park School welcomes Beth Blauer to discuss using data for vision, policy setting, and decision making during the pandemic.

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Take a gamble on these 5 movies about bettingIf you identify with the late Kenny Rogers's song "The Gambler," but can't go to a casino due to the pandemic, and you live in a state where online gambling is illegal why not sit down, relax, and enjoy a good movie about gambling instead.

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Two-Week BikeFest Concept Meets Concerns From OC Elected, Public Safety OfficialsWhile no decision was made, public safety officials seemed less than keen on expanding OC BikeFest to a 10-day, two-weekend event with the second weekend overlapping with the unsanctioned and unwelcomed pop-up car rally.

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90-Year-Old Alfred Terry Missing From BaltimorePolice are searching for a missing 90-year-old man who was last seen Wednesday afternoon.

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1-Year-Old Baltimore Girl's October Death Ruled Homicide Due To Child AbusePolice are investigating a one-year-old baby girl's death in October after she was found not breathing in a Baltimore home.

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October death of 1-year-old Baltimore girl ruled homicideModern LED light bar on police cruiser flashing red and blue emergency lights.

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Dover man arrested on drug and gun chargesDOVER, Del.  The Dover Police Department and Delaware Probation and Parole arrested 31 year-old Christopher Reeves on drug and gun charges on Wednesday night.

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Fire destroys Hebron homeHEBRON, Md.  Fire officials say a fire completely destroyed a Hebron home Wednesday night.

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Wife stabbed and beaten to death by husband in Carroll CountyHAMPSTEAD, Md. — A man was arrested and charged with murder after he stabbed and beat his wife to death in their Hampstead home.

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State Roundup: Audit to evaluate Covid test kit purchase from S. Korea; gas pipeline permit approvedLt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, right, chaired a virtual meeting of the Board of Public Works from his State House office Wednesday, assisted by chief of staff Mark Newgent.

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First-Ever Ice Ice Event Kicks Off Holiday Season In BerlinThough the pandemic forced the cancellation of the parade and the town's annual tree lighting ceremony, merchants joined together to sponsor the installation of ice sculptures on Black Friday to kick off the holiday shopping season.

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Thursday Morning Headlines: Officials say first batch of South Korean COVID-19 tests were too 'clunky' to use; Rutherford says Maryland could get vaccSmall fraction of Maryland businesses got more than a third of PPP dollars, new data shows — Baltimore Business Journal.

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US Casino Industry Recovers After Disastrous SpringThe casino industry was one of the businesses hit hardest by the pandemic this spring when half the world went into a lockdown.

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Good Morning Maryland from the Stoler Early Learning Center in Owings MillsIt is one of two early learning centers through the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore.

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MM 12.3: Maryland's basketball programs face more schedule changesThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Impact Of A Scholarship: Michael Grinnon"Being a scholarship athlete is very demanding with work, the sport, and then also with school."

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Even in loss Baltimore Ravens exposed the Pittsburgh SteelersDec 2, 2020; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Trace McSorley gestures as he enters the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field.

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Today's Forecast: December 3, 2020Today will be milder with sunny skies and highs in the low 50s. Tonight, cloud cover will increase with lows around 40 degrees.

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Maryland Zoo Admission Drops To $15 For Winter SeasonBALTIMORE — The temperatures in Maryland are dropping, but so are the Maryland Zoo's ticket prices this winter.

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There Are Black People in the FutureBmoreArt 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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Baby boy, riding in car, cut down by gunfire on the Washington D.C.-Maryland borderShots rang out as the victim was traveling along a street that separates the district and Prince George's County.

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D.C. Transit System Cuts Seen as Catastrophic for Climate, WorkersAs low ridership during the pandemic continues to wipe out transit budgets across the country, environmental groups in the nation's capital say proposed cuts to the region's system would be an environmental " at Metro, which runs through D.C., Maryland and Virginia, are looking to end weekend subway service and shutter 19 of 91 stations, along...

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Maryland unemployment claims decline week of Nov. 28Coronavirus updates - Maryland's latest numbers - Where to get tested - Sign up for our Newsletters There were 12,790 new unemployment claims filed in Maryland for the week of Nov.

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Maryland-Michigan canceled; Wolverines' AD sounds offThis is the third time Maryland has had a game canceled this season. Matchups against Ohio State and Michigan State were wiped out last month.

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11PM Sports 12.02.2020Categories: High School, Latest Sports Cast, Professional, Sports.

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Aldo's Restaurant pausing indoor dining as owner calls on congress to get stimulus deal doneBALTIMORE — We know businesses have struggled during the pandemic and they need help now more than ever.

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Maryland state authorities intercept young boy with COVID about to board plane at BWI AirportIt was a close call for several passengers on their way to Puerto Rico on Tuesday before Thanksgiving when a mother and son were stopped minutes before boarding a flight at International Thurgood Marshall Airport after the child tested positive for COVID-19.

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Maryland woman reports catching intruder while recording dance videoPolice have arrested a man after a Maryland woman said she captured an intruder on video breaking into her apartment as she recorded herself dancing.

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Michigan calls off game vs. Maryland, pauses football activitiesDec. 2 - The Michigan Wolverines canceled their game against the Maryland Terrapins this weekend and paused practices due to a rise in COVID-19 cases within the football program, the school announced Wednesday.

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Guinness Open Gate Brewery Holiday Light Walk Begins ThursdayIf you want to take in the Christmas lights with a beer in hand, Guinness Open Gate Brewery is inviting you over.

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Baltimore City Sending Text Reminders To Residents About Getting Flu ShotsIt's not a scam. The Baltimore City Department of Health is now texting people, reminding residents to get a flu shot.

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Festival Of Trees Raises Over $650K For Kennedy Krieger ProgramsDespite going virtual amid the coronavirus pandemic, Kennedy Krieger Institute says its Festival of Trees was a major success this year.

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Anne Arundel County Schools Athletics Season To Begin Virtually MondayAnne Arundel County Public Schools' student-athletes who are participating in winter athletics will begin meeting with coaches virtually on Monday.

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CHEER centers asking for donations for Operation Christmas CHEER program, seniors needy of essential itemsThe CHEER community centers in Sussex County are asking for donations to help give seniors a memorable Christmas.

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Lewes couple bringing holiday cheer with more than 50,000 lights, they say lifting spirits is crucial this yearIt is just amazing and put you right in the Christmas spirit, I love it its a labor of love that they have, Pat Hutchinson, resident in the area, said.

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Anne Arundel County Public Schools: Winter athletics season will begin virtually on MondayThe Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletics Association decided during the fall that a competitive winter athletics season could begin on December 7.

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Former Baltimore Ravens WR Torrey Smith Helping Others Get Access To Mental Health ResourcesFormer Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith is all about giving back. He recently announced that he and his wife, Chanel, are helping reopen west Baltimore's Hilton Rec Center.

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Breaking: Wizards Trade John Wall, First Round Pick to Houston for Russel WestbrookIn a development that may hit home for many Wizards fans, longtime franchise superstar John Wall will be headed to Houston along with a future first round pick in exchange for Russel Westbrook, per Woj....

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Pop-Up Shop Helps Struggling Baltimore Businesses During Holiday Shopping SeasonIf you're looking for one place to shop local this holiday season, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is making it easy.

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COVID-19 vaccine legal questions answeredWe're getting closer to the first phase of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution. With a weapon against the virus on the horizon, people have a lot of questions.

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Baltimore County Public Schools Students Return For Virtual Learning After Ransomware Cyber Attack Forced Classes To PauseThousands of Baltimore County Public Schools students returned to their virtual classrooms on Wednesday after a ransomware cyber attack.

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Maryland-Coppin State Matchup Saturday CanceledThe Maryland women's basketball team's game against Coppin State scheduled for Sat., Dec. 5, at 1 p.m.

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Maryland pastor who is also a physician issued citation for not wearing mask in empty churchBlair, Christian Post Reporter - Wednesday, December 02, 2020 Read more Pastor Dennis Jackman, who is also a physician, leads Community United Methodist Church in Pasadena, United Methodist Church A Maryland pastor and physician, who was recently issued a citation by a local health official threatening a fine, jail time and the shutting&.

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Pedestrian In Wheelchair Crossing Street Killed In Crash Near Sparrows Point Middle/High School; Driver ChargedA Severna Park man has been charged following a fatal crash in Edgemere Tuesday evening that killed a pedestrian in a wheelchair, the Baltimore County Police Department said Wednesday.

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Maryland Board Of Public Works OKs Key Permit For Natural Gas PipelineANNAPOLIS, Md. — A Maryland board approved a key wetlands license on Wednesday on the state's Eastern Shore for a pipeline to bring natural gas to Somerset County, one of the state's poorest jurisdictions which does not currently have access to natural gas.

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'A Much More Cohesive Approach': Maryland Hospitals Gearing Up For New Wave Of COVID-19 PatientsMore than 1,500 people were being treated for COVID-19 in Maryland hospitals Wednesday, and while the number fell slightly, a number of hospitals across the state are gearing up for a new wave of patients.

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Baby boys battle a rare congenital heart conditionSALISBURY, Md.  Sunday, December 6th, Roadie Joes will host a benefit dinner for two young boys, Owen McPhail and Julian Helton, who were both born with the same congenital heart defect.

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City of Salisbury eyeing HORIZON Program, hope to bring more developers to townSALISBURY, Md.  The city of Salisbury is hoping to bring a boost to the local economy with a new incentive program that could bring more development of hotels and large apartment buildings to the downtown area.

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The Salvation Army's angel tree program amidst the pandemicSALISBURY, Md.  There are 1,000 children signed up for the Salvation Armys Angel tree program this year, but there are still hundreds waiting to be sponsored by December 10th.

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Wednesday Afternoon Headlines: Ravens fans lament Weds. game; Baltimore residents seek more police accountability; City unveils Mo Gaba Way; and moreRavens fans lament Wednesday afternoon Steelers game, criticize NFL, team for the handling of coronavirus - The Baltimore Sun Baltimore City Residents.

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Midday Fireball, Boom Thrill Gazers From Ontario To VirginiaA noontime boom that was heard and felt from southern Ontario to Virginia was likely caused by a disintegrating meteor, according to an organization in western New York that keeps track of such phenomena.

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"It's just an exciting time"CAMBRIDGE, Md.  Businessman and volunteer firefighter Andrew Bradshaw is set to become Cambridges newest mayor.

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Shore Gives More campaign raises over $269KSALISBURY, Md.  In Maryland on Giving Tuesday the Shore Gives More campaign raised a record-breaking $269,627 dollars for nonprofit organizations across the Lower Eastern Shore.

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Local businesses raise concerns over Carney's new coronavirus restrictionsREHOBOTH BEACH, Del.  In Delaware, some restaurants and bars are raising concerns after Governor John Carney announced new coronavirus-related restrictions.

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Seaford revitalization project kicks offSEAFORD, Del.  Big things are happening along the Nanticoke River in Seaford. On Tuesday, partners broke ground on Phase 1 of the revitalization of the old J.B. Robinson Oyster House site along the Seaford River Walk.

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Reynolds Tavern in Annapolis creates igloos to help expand outdoor diningInside is the 1774 pub and around back is the patio... now with Igloo's!

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Homeowners making changes to Christmas displays amid COVID-19Every year, homeowners across the country deck out their houses with Christmas lights. Some take it a step further and turn their homes into complete winter wonderlands for people to explore.

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Board of Public Works approves natural gas pipeline permitCapital News Service - The Maryland Board of Public Works on Wednesday voted unanimously in favor of a wetlands license for 76 feet of drilling under the Wicomico River to extend a natural gas pipeline on the Eastern Shore.

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Natural gas pipeline on Lower Shore granted key wetlands licenseMARYLAND  On Wednesday, the Maryland Board of Public Works unanimously approved of a key wetlands license for a pipeline that would bring natural gas to Somerset County.

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Maryland is the gift we didn't know we had.The Maryland Terrapins Men's basketball contest against George Mason University has been cancelled due to a positive Covid test on the Patriots roster.

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Dec. 2While the rapid rise in coronavirus case numbers has been leveling off this week in D.C., Maryland and Virginia, hospitalization numbers persist as an area of concern.

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National Public Radio elects WYPR GM LaFontaine Oliver to head its boardLaFontaine E. Oliver, the general manager and president of local NPR station WYPR, has been elected chairman of the board of National Public Radio.

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Maryland's Purchase Of 500K COVID-19 Tests From South Korea Being Audited, Acting Health Secretary SaysMaryland's acting health secretary said the state's purchase of 500,000 COVID-19 tests from a South Korean lab earlier this year is being audited following a report the tests were flawed.

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Maryland football, basketball face several cancelationsHere's everything you need to know on the latest for Maryland football, men's basketball and women's basketball.

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Brandywine Valley SPCA teaming up with shelter in rural Louisiana to save more animal livesThe BVSPCA is going to help Tangipahoa Parish Animal Services to complete construction on a 70-kennel building, a spay and neuter clinic, and provide extra staffing for the next year.

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Mo Gaba Way unveiled near Ravens stadiumBALTIMORE — Ravens-Orioles superfan Mo Gaba's legacy lives on just blocks from one of his favorite places.

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Police: Severna Park man arrested for uploading child pornographic images onlineOn October 30, 2019, the Anne Arundel County Child Abuse Unit initiated an investigation in reference to a report of a specific account that was directly associated in uploading child pornographic images to a particular internet site.

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The Week of CancellationsMatt Levine and Lila Bromberg get you up to date on the Maryland football, men's basketball and women's basketball seasons.

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Indiana Football Podcast: The ugliness that was the Maryland gameThis week on the Pod, Griffin, Jack, and Griffin, explain the ugliness that was the Maryland Game and how IUFB moves forward with a depleted offense.

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Maryland man identified as victim in fatal Springfield shootingThe suspect and the Maryland man were acquaintances who had been involved in an ongoing dispute, police said.

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Some BCPS students experience log-in issues after last week's ransomware attackTOWSON, Md. — The return to virtual instruction for Baltimore County Public Schools comes as the answers to last week's ransomware attack remain unknown.

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Project Waves will provide internet to 250 Baltimore households in 2021Giving Tuesday brought many appeals to bolster nonprofits and organizations that have a positive impact on the community.

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Man in wheelchair hit and killed trying to cross street in DundalkJust after 5 p.m. on Tuesday, police responded to the intersection of North Point and Lodge Farm roads for a pedestrian involved crash.

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Bowling Alley Employees Beaten After Asking Patrons to Wear Face Masks, Police Searching for Multiple SuspectsOn November 28, 2020 at approximately 7:15 p.m., officers responded for an assault at the Bowl America located at 7155 Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie.

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Maryland's Purchase Of 500K COVID-19 Tests From South Korea Being Audited, Acting Health Secretary SaysMaryland's acting health secretary said the state's purchase of 500,000 COVID-19 tests from a South Korean lab earlier this year is being audited following a report the tests were flawed.

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St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Helps Feed the Hungry for ThanksgivingThe St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office provided assistance last week to the Feed St. Mary's Food Bank in providing meals to those who need support during the holidays.

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Anne Arundel County Police Investigating Triple Shooting That Leaves One Dead After Football Game in SevernOn Thursday, November 26, 2020, at approximately 1:37 p.m., Anne Arundel County Police responded to the 1700 block of Meade Village Circle, Severn, Maryland for multiple reports of shootings.

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Undefeated Jaxon Traveler Headlines Maryland Juvenile ChampionshipWest Point Thoroughbreds and Marvin Delfiner's undefeated 2-year-old colt Jaxon Traveler, an eye-catching winner of his first two starts, takes the next step in his progression when he makes his stakes debut in Saturday's $100,000 Maryland Juvenile Futurity at Laurel Park.

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Two people injured in single vehicle crash in Carroll CountyOn Tuesday at about 11:53pm, Carroll County Sheriff's Office and Fire/Rescue personnel responded to the area of Bachmans Valley Road and Danlyn Drive for a reported vehicle crash.

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Headless body discovered in Southwest BaltimoreBALTIMORE — It is a road to nowhere - the 1600 block of Morrell Park Avenue dead ends at someone's fence, and when Ron Batzri and a co-worker began surveying the grown up property surrounding it to potentially expand their business, they made a gruesome discovery.

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No Lasix in Maryland's Graded Stakes Starting in 2021The Maryland Racing Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to expand a race-day Lasix ban that began this year with 2-year-olds to include horses of any age competing in graded stakes starting in 2021.

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Baltimore County Attorney warns school administration not to negotiate with hackersBaltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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Have COVID lockdowns turned into COVID-1984 tyranny?Recently, Dr. Dennis Jackman, a physician and pastor of United Methodist Church in Pasadena, Maryland was threatened with a $5,000 fine, jail time and a complete shut down of the church because he was not wearing a mask while ALONE in his church.

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Calvert County Sheriff's Office Wanted Wednesday: Melissa Schrae Bowen, wanted for Violation of ProbationAnyone with information in regards to Bowen is asked to please contact the Calvert County Sheriff's Office at 535-2800 and or DFC Chip Ward at 532-0603, Sgt Phillip Foote at 624-7137.

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The Latest: Michigan pauses football, cancels Maryland gameFollow the StarTribune for the news, photos and videos from the Twin Cities and beyond.

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Charles County to Test Early Warning Devices and Sirens on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.Emergency Management Officials remind you that in the event of a real emergency to stay tuned to local radio stations for more information, to have emergency supplies on hand - including a radio which can be operated during a power outage, and to know where the safe haven is in your home.

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The Latest: Michigan pauses football, cancels Maryland gameMichigan's football game this weekend against Maryland has been canceled, and the Wolverines are pausing practice until Monday.

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COVID-19 cancels Terps football game for third time in four weeksCOLLEGE PARK, Md. — Thanks to COVID-19, for the third time in four weeks a University of Maryland football game has been canceled.

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Instagram removes accounts intimidating Baltimore witnessesBALTIMORE — Instagram has removed four Baltimore-based accounts that were posting pictures of people who the pages say have cooperated with police.

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Baltimore Ravens must rely on Gus Edwards vs. Pittsburgh SteelersGoing into their matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Baltimore Ravens are a bit banged up.

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Michigan Wolverines cancel football game vs. Maryland, pause activitiesMichigan will go without a home win for the first time in school history after Saturday's game against Maryland was canceled due to a rise in COVID-19 cases.

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Prince George's County schools work to address achievement gapsA renewed focus on equity in education was the topic of discussion at Tuesdays meeting of local education leaders in Prince Georges County, Maryland.

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Worcester County Sheriff: 'Law Enforcement Officers Are In The Battle Of Our Lives In This Upcoming Legislative Session'With state lawmakers expected to debate several police reform bills early next year, a local sheriff this week made an impassioned plea not to paint all law enforcement with a broad brush.

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Maryland football game cancelled after positive COVID-19 tests in Michigan programIt's the third game Maryland has had cancelled this season due to COVID-19.

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U of M vs. Maryland CancelledThis Saturday's Big Ten football game between Michigan and Maryland has been cancelled due to COVID-19 issues in the Wolverines' program. Michigan also announced that it will pause practices until at least Monday, Dec.

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Maryland signs Sister State agreement with region in northern FranceMaryland's ties with a region in northern France were strengthened on Wednesday with the signing of a Sister State agreement by Gov.

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Michigan-Maryland game canceled"The decision by our medical professionals to stop practices and cancel this Saturday's game against Maryland was made with the health, safety and welfare of the student-athletes, coaches and staff as our utmost priority," said Warde Manuel, the Donald R. Shepherd Director of Athletics.

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Michigan football cancels Maryland game due to COVID-19 concernsANN ARBOR, Mich. – Michigan football has canceled this weekend’s game against Maryland due to COVID-19 concerns within the Wolverines’ program.

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Ravens RBs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins not expected to play v SteelersThe Baltimore Ravens will be without their top two running backs versus the Steelers in their rescheduled matchup even though both players are eligible.

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Maryland to Host Saint Peter's Friday; Replaces George MasonThe Maryland men's basketball team will host Saint Peter's Fri., Dec. 4, at 3 pm on Big Ten Network.

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Mo Gaba Way Unveiled In Memory Of Late 14-Year-Old Ravens, Orioles SuperfanA three-block stretch of West Street near M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore is now known as Mo Gaba Way in memory of the young Ravens and Orioles superfan who died earlier this year.

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"Hoax": CNN's Brian Stelter On Trump, FoxNews And TruthThat alliance has frayed after the election. Tom's conversation with Brian Stelter took place four weeks before the election, two days after the first, chaotic debate between the President and then former Vice President Joe Biden.

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TikTok dancer feared death after capturing Maryland break-inA Maryland woman said she was "prepared, for a few moments, to die" when her TikTok video captured a man apparently breaking into her home last month.

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Two Years Supervised Probation In Child Porn Case; Suspect A Former Cop, Local RealtorAn Ocean City man, who pleaded guilty in September to three counts of possession of child pornography following a months-long investigation dating back to 2017, was granted probation before judgment on Wednesday and will be on supervised probation for two years.

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Shore Gives More Campaign Beats Last Year By 24%The annual 24-hour Shore Gives More campaign raised a record-breaking $269,627 for local nonprofits on Giving Tuesday.

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Maryland Police Stop COVID Positive Child From Boarding Plane At BWI After Health Department Couldn't Reach MotherA mother and child were stopped from boarding a plane bound for Puerto Rico from Thurgood Marshall Airport on Thanksgiving eve by Maryland State Police after they learned the child had tested positive for COVID-19.

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My Real Life Modern Family: Loch Raven Village in the 60s and 70sWe bring back 'My Real Life Modern Family,' a series of creative nonfiction essays about family life in Baltimore.

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Gannett Fleming is hiring an Engineer IBALTIMORE, md. — WMAR-2 News has you covered on your job search.

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Teachers Lauded During Public School Budget SessionRequests for competitive teacher salaries, maintaining small class sizes and technology funding highlighted a public budget input session hosted by the Worcester County Board of Education this week.

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Naval Academy midshipman reaches a milestone for Black womenWhile the number of women at the academy has been rising, its still currently about 72% male and 28% female.

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Police: Man robbed three Gambrills businesses at gun point SundayGAMBRILLS, Md. — A man has been arrested and charged for allegedly robbing three Gambrills businesses at gun point Sunday.

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Michigan AD: Jim Harbaugh 'disappointed' but 'understands' and 'supports' decision to cancel game vs. MarylandMichigan AD Warde Manuel spoke about the state of the Wolverines after the football game against Maryland was canceled due to a COVID-19 outbreak.

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Bowling Alley Manager Beaten After Asking Patrons to Wear Masks, Maryland Police SayAuthorities say the manager of a Maryland bowling alley was assaulted after he asked some patrons to wear face masks.

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Initial findings released after Metro train separation near GlenmontMetro released their first batch of findings Wednesday after railcars on a Metro Red Line train separated in a tunnel near Glenmont station in Maryland.

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Body Found In Woods In Baltimore County Over Weekend, Police SayPolice are investigating after a man's decomposed body was found in the woods near Hunt Valley over the weekend.

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WCAC tight end sees a turnaround happening at MarylandMaryland currently has four committed tight ends in the 2021 class, but the Terps will take at least one more in the 2022 class.

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Recall Alert: Lid issues with Crock-Pot's 6-Quart Express Multi-Cookers have caused burnsBALTIMORE — The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a recall of Crock-Pot's 6-Quart Express Crock Multi-Cookers.

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Official: Maryland could get some virus vaccine mid-DecemberANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland's lieutenant governor says the state could get a small amount of a coronavirus vaccine as soon as mid-December.

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Maryland Could Get Some Coronavirus Vaccines By Mid-December, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford SaysMaryland's lieutenant governor says the state could get a small amount of a coronavirus vaccine as soon as mid-December.

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Beebe receives donation for cancer care supportLEWES, Del.  Beebe Medical Foundation received a generous donation to their Cancer Patient Special Needs Fund.

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Facial recognition software getting better with mask wearers, says studyA new study shows facial recognition software developed after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic is doing a better job at recognizing masked faces.

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Maryland Men's Basketball Notebook: Crunch-Time Lineup, Schedule Shuffle And MoreWith one week complete in the 2020-21 college basketball season, the Maryland men's basketball team has flashed its potential and started off with a 3-0 record.

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Maryland's Graduation Success Rate Continues To ImproveThe University of Maryland has earned an institutional Graduation Success Rate of 86 percent, increasing by one percentage point from 2019's rate of 85 percent.

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Salisbury Fire Department receives generous gifts from Food LionSALISBURY, Md.  One company is spreading love and kindness during the season of giving.

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Hit and Run in Great Mills Kills Puppy and Sends Male Pedestrian to Trauma CenterOn Tuesday, December 1, 2020, at approximately 5:45 p.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to Great Mills Road, in the area of Jay Dee Court, in Great Mills, for the reported motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian and an animal.

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Wednesday, December 2, 2020: Maryland Reports 2,220 New Cases of COVID-19 in 24 HoursThis entry was posted on December 2, 2020 at 10:30 am and is filed under All News, Anne Arundel News, Calvert News, Charles News, 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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Maryland-Michigan canceled; Wolverines' AD sounds offMichigan athletic director Warde Manuel is rebuking any suggestion the Wolverines would try to avoid facing rival Ohio State in the regular-season finale.

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Maryland reports highest daily number of new coronavirus deaths since June 3This illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , depicts the exterior structure of the coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19.

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Baltimore Co. launches online dashboard that shows where taxpayer dollars are being spentBaltimore County is expanding information it posts to an online dashboard that intends to show where taxpayer dollars are being spent.

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Tyson Foods donates coats to those in needTEMPERANCEVILLE, Va.  Tyson Foods Temperanceville complex put together a coat drive to keep those in need warm this upcoming winter.

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COVID-19 In Maryland: Positivity Rate Continues To Climb; 2.2K New Cases, 42 New Deaths Reported WednesdayMaryland's COVID-19 positivity rate continued to climb Wednesday as the state reported 2,220 new cases and 42 new deaths, bringing the state's case total to more than 203,000, data from the state's health department shows.

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Salisbury Mayor promoted to Major in U.S. ArmySALISBURY, Md.  Congratulations are in order for Salisbury Mayor Jake Day after he was promoted to the rank of major in the U.S. Army.

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Space heater sparks mobile home fire in ParsonsburgPARSONSBURG, Md.  Fire officials say a space heater is to blame for a mobile home fire early Wednesday morning in Parsonsburg.

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Joyful Jams in Holiday EastThis holiday season, spend your Saturdays in Holiday. East to enjoy some joyful jams and festive shopping.

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Pets on the Plaza: Meet BaliMeet Bali, a 4-year-old Pitbull mix available for adoption through the Humane Society of Wicomico County.

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Live Green: The Buzz MeaderyA hobby has bloomed into a pandemic born business that focuses on the sustainability of the ingredients they use and saving the bees.

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General Assignment Reporter/MMJDependable individual needed to cover a variety of stories for newscast and editing starting immediately.

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Maryland Reports Early Deer Season 2020 ResultsThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced today that hunters harvested 19,571 deer during the early portion of the archery and muzzleloader seasons.

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Waldorf Man in Total Shock after Big Lottery WinA lucky Charles County resident is still experiencing happiness, shock and disbelief after seeing one of his least favorite scratch-off games deliver his biggest Maryland Lottery win.

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1 Man Dies In Double Shooting In NE Baltimore Late TuesdayTwo men were shot, one of them fatally, in northeast Baltimore late Tuesday.

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Driver and passenger seriously injured following early morning Pikesville crashAccording to police, the single-vehicle accident happened at a little after 6:30 a.m. on Greenspring and Smith Avenue when the vehicle lost control and hit a pole.

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Colorful Pennyroyal Station brings 14th Street vibe to Mount RainierThe newest neighborhood restaurant in Mount Rainier, Maryland, just across the District line, comes from restaurateurs who brought gastropub Bar Pilar to D.C.’s 14th Street.

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State Roundup: New measures in Covid-19 prevention; initial batch of vaccines expected to fall shortJeff Barker and Colin Campbell of the Sun reports that Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday that Maryland’s initial batch of coronavirus vaccines will only be enough for half of the state’s front-line health care workers, but he is hoping production will ramp up after “a little bit of a slow takeoff.”.

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The Latest: Michigan pauses football, cancels Maryland gameMichigan's football game this weekend against Maryland has been canceled, and the Wolverines are pausing practice until Monday.

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With the election over, what's next for Maryland's voting rights advocates?With more than 1.5 million Marylanders voting by mail during the November election, voting rights advocates say calls for expanded mail-in voting are likely to continue after the pandemic.

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Hogan names acting health secretary as concern about COVID hospitalizations mountsMaryland's hospital beds are filling up, as the state reported 2,765 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday morning.

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Michigan forced to cancel Maryland game due to positive COVID-19 tests a week after losing to Penn StateESPN and many other outlets reported Wednesday afternoon that this Saturday's Michigan-Maryland game will be canceled due to an outbreak that is impacting head coach Jim Harbaugh's program.

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Wednesday Morning Headlines: Hogan names acting health secretary; Baltimore County students, staff resume classes after cyber attack; and moreHogan Names Acting Health Secretary as Concern About COVID Hospitalizations Mounts - Maryland Matters Baltimore County Students, Staff Rush To Make Sure.

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Laurel house fire victim ID'd as man, 78Prince Georges County fire officials have identified the body of a man found dead in a Laurel, Maryland, house fire on Monday morning.

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College football schedule updates: Coronavirus issues cancel Michigan vs. MarylandThe Michigan Wolverines won't play the Maryland Terrapins this weekend. Will they be able to play the Ohio State Buckeyes next week?

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Big Ten football: Michigan cancels game vs. MarylandMichigan's game against Maryland was canceled after the Wolverines suspended team activities Wednesday because of an outbreak of COVID-19 that could also threaten their rivalry game against Ohio State on Dec.

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Maryland-Michigan canceled, Wolverines halt practice until MondayMichigan called off its game against Maryland after an "increase" in the number of players who have tested positive for or been exposed to the coronavirus.

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Discovering a Mountain Grotto Shrine in Rural MarylandOn our way back to Virginia following our fantastic covered bridge self tour, Steve and I noticed several road signs pointing to a “national grotto shrine” in Emmitsburg, Maryland.

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Maryland-Michigan canceled by Wolverines' virus outbreakMichigan's game against Maryland was canceled after the Wolverines suspended team activities Wednesday because of an outbreak of COVID-19 that could also threaten their rivalry game against Ohio State on Dec.

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MM 12.2: Maryland men's basketball schedules another replacement gameThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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MM 12.1: Maryland men's basketball schedules another replacement gameThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: 3 keys for WednesdayThe long wait for Baltimore Ravens football looks to be over as the Ravens are going to play the Steelers.

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Police: Beaten bowling manager asked patrons to wear masksGLEN BURNIE, Md. — The manager of a Maryland bowling alley was assaulted after he asked some patrons to wear face masks, police said.

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Today's Forecast: December 2, 2020Today, highs will be in the mid 40s with sunny skies and breezy conditions. Tonight will be cold as lows will be around 30 degrees with clear skies.

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Towson University gets $5.3 million gift from alumnusA Towson University alum has given a $5.3 million donation to the Baltimore school, the largest single donation from an alum in the institution's 154 years.

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Baltimore Residency Space The Clifton House to Launch February 2021ABmoreArt 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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Four key matchups to watch for in Ravens v Steelers Part IIThe Baltimore Ravens second matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers could be decided by several pivotal matchups between individual players and or entire units.

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Robert Griffin III could surprise the Steelers and make this a gameDECEMBER 29: Robert Griffin III #3 of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates after a play against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the second half at M&T Bank Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Maryland Woman Captures Home Invasion on Video While Filming TikTok DanceThe woman was filming herself dancing for a TikTok clip when the man climbed up to her balcony and entered through an open door.

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Opinion: The Trees Next Door Are on Death RowWhen I run, I lose myself in nature, immersed in the living world around me, neighborhood byways becoming enchanted forests.

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Milford claims first Henlopen boys soccer title since 1989For the second time this season, the Milford Buccaneers boys soccer team erased a 1-0 deficit to beat Indian River 3-1.

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Celebrating Ed SpellmanEd Spellman, there are many who think the world of you sir. This weekend they will light up the world you show you.

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Maryland 'Polar Bear Plunge' to go virtual this winterThe 2021 Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge is going virtual this year due to the rising cases of COVID-19.

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One-Year-Old Maryland Boy Dies From COVID-19; Youngest Victim In State, Gov. Hogan SaysA one-year-old boy from Maryland has died from COVID-19, the youngest victim of the pandemic in the state, Gov.

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Maryland governor calling for medical staff helpGov. Larry Hogan called for more medical staff help across the state of Maryland as coronavirus cases surge.

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Film Review: Indiana 27, Maryland 11In watching the film of Marylands loss at Indiana, a few big things stand out that Maryland has to fix, but also some positives.

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Maryland Weather: EF-1 Tornado Touched Down In Cecil County MondayAn EF-1 tornado with winds estimated at 90 miles per hour touched down in Cecil County on Monday, the National Weather Service confirmed Tuesday.

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Game On? Steelers, Ravens Set To Finally Meet& MaybeThe unbeaten Steelers are scheduled to host some semblance of the Baltimore Ravens in a game already pushed back three times, first from Thanksgiving to last Sunday, then from last Sunday to Tuesday night, then from Tuesday to Wednesday.

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'Prepared to die': TikTok video captures alleged break-in in MarylandA Maryland woman told NBC Washington that she was "prepared, for a few moments, to die" after her TikTok video captured a man apparently breaking into her home last month.

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Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty For Stealing Benefits Under CARES Act, Aggravated Identity TheftA Baltimore man pleaded guilty Tuesday to the federal charges of conspiracy to steal mail, emergency benefits fraud and aggravated identity theft.

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Navy Beats Georgetown 78-71Cam Davis had 28 points as Navy upset Georgetown 78-71 at McDonough Arena in Washington.

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Pastor traveling to encampments to spread hopePastor Josh gutted and painted an old bus, and turned it into a rolling of beacon of hope.

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Hundreds of casseroles donated to families in need, part of JVC's live with purpose Casserole ChallengeBALTIMORE — The Jewish Volunteer Connection has teamed up with the community for the Casserole Challenge.

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Saying thanks to healthcare workers, M&T Bank volunteers deliver meals to Grace Medical Center employeesBALTIMORE — On Giving Tuesday, M&T Bank wanted to say thanks by delivering 150 hot meals to employees at Grace Medical Center in West Baltimore.

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Baltimore Police: Man Suffers Graze Wound To Eye In ShootingPolice are investigating after a man suffered a graze wound to the eye in a shooting in northeast Baltimore on Tuesday evening.

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December Daily Tracker: Baltimore's murders and shootingsMore than 50 people were shot in Baltimore through the month of November, here's a look at the crime in the city in December.

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Maryland state lawmakers detail police-reform ideasA group of Maryland lawmakers handed in their comprehensive report to the state House Speaker on reshaping law enforcement across the state.

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Nearly 400 Maryland Postal Service Employees Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 Since March, USPS SaysNearly 400 postal service employees in Maryland have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic began, the U.S. Postal Service confirmed Tuesday.

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Emergent BioSolutions Gearing Up To Mass-Produce Future COVID-19 VaccineA Baltimore-based company is gearing up to mass-produce a COVID-19 vaccine once it's approved.

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NWS: EF-1 tornado touched down in Cecil County on MondayNWS storm survey confirmed that an EF-1 tornado, with estimated winds of 90 mph, happened Monday afternoon in Port Deposit, Cecil County, from 2:37 p.m.

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Maryland Weather: EF-1 Tornado Touched Down In Cecil County MondayAn EF-1 tornado with winds estimated at 90 miles per hour touched down in Cecil County on Monday, the National Weather Service confirmed Tuesday.

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Developer Larry Jennings loses his $25 million suit against Clipper MIll residentsBaltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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Dream Baby Decor opens in AnnapolisANNAPOLIS, Md. — In the middle of a world pandemic and with small businesses closing down left and right, Amy Tech, celebrated the opening of her new store, Dream Baby Decor!

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Study: Students Are Falling Behind In Math More Than Any Other Subject Amid Virtual LearningA testing nonprofit says students are falling behind in one subject more than another.

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Baltimore County Police at the scene of crash in the 7500 block of Northpoint RoadOfficers are advising drivers to avoid the area and use an alternative route.

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Rate of HIV diagnoses high in DC, Maryland countiesFour jurisdictions in the region are on a shortlist of areas in the U.S., where HIV is being diagnosed at higher rates than the rest of the country.

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Legalizing recreational use of marijuana is on the agenda for 2021Maryland lawmakers will weigh legalizing recreational marijuana when they return to Annapolis next year. Although the state could use the revenue it would generate, that doesn't mean all are on board.

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Governor Hogan Mobilizes Medical Staffing Surge to Fight COVID-19, Support Public Health InfrastructureAs the State of Maryland continues to fight COVID-19, Governor Larry Hogan today announced a series of actions to mobilize a medical staffing surge to save lives and prevent overburdening the state's healthcare system.

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University Of Maryland Medical Center Set To Open 16-Bed Modular Care Unit For COVID-19 PatientsAs COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Maryland, the University of Maryland Medical Center is set to open its new modular care unit to care for coronavirus patients.

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Baltimore Nonprofits Say Giving Tuesday Is More Important Than Ever Amid COVID-19 PandemicAfter the shopping frenzy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday comes Giving Tuesday, a global movement started in 2012 to give back to the community.

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Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: T. Rowe to move to Harbor Pt.; Hogan announces new COVID measures; Headless body found in SW Baltimore; and moreHeadless body of woman found in Southwest Baltimore; hands, feet also missing - The Baltimore Sun.

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Hogan announces new measures to address uptick in COVID-related hospitalizationsGov. Larry Hogan Tuesday unveiled a series of new measures the state is taking to prevent Maryland's hospitals from being overwhelmed with coronavirus patients.

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Ravens activate more players off the COVID-19 List and have no new additionsThe Baltimore Ravens activated four players off the Reserve / COVID-19 List for the second day in a row and didn't have any new additons.

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SI All-American Candidates: 2 Maryland Commits NamedHundreds and hundreds of student-athletes were evaluated for the SI99—Sports Illustrated's ranking of the top-99 senior high school basketball players in the country—before the list of All-American candidates was finalized.

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Viral TikTok Video Shows Maryland Woman Escape Home IntruderA harrowing moment was caught on camera in a Maryland woman's apartment as an intruder broke in.

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You Can Help Fight COVID-19 In Maryland. Here's How To Apply To HelpGov. Larry Hogan is urging Marylanders - specifically those with clinical backgrounds to help with staffing shortages at hospitals, nursing homes and testing sites as the pandemic continues to surge in the state.

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Can Baltimore Ravens pull off upset vs. Pittsburgh Steelers?The Baltimore Ravens may be reeling right now, but they have an opportunity to upset the Pittsburgh Steelers this week and get back on track.

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Man injured after being shot at Woodlawn fuel stationBALTIMORE COUNTY — A man was injured after being shot at Carroll Fuel station in Baltimore County.

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The Brightside: National Aquarium is making waves with their rescue effortsBALTIMORE, Md.  Every year, sea turtles and seals across the northern East Coast are rescued and released back into the ocean by the National Aquarium Animal Rescue.

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Ravens Add No New Players To ReserveThe Ravens announced Tuesday that no additional players were added to the Reserve / COVID-19 list ahead of their Wednesday afternoon matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Sussex County still looking to 'Pack the Pod'SUSSEX Co., Del.  This time of year, Sussex County would typically be hosting its Caroling on the Circle event in Georgetown.

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BmoreArt Picks: Dec. 1 a€“ 7Gift subscriptions and issues available. As Covid picks up and art venues close, BmoreArt will ship its.

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UMMC opens 16-bed modular care unit to prepare for surge in COVID-19 casesIt's only unit of its kind in Baltimore city. The modular care unit is just down the street from Shock Trauma and it opens Wednesday, adding 16 more beds to the fight against COVID-19.

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Ocean City Council discusses extending BikefestOn Tuesday, the Ocean City Council discussed extending Bikefest, making it a 10 day long event.

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Virtual Learning To Resume Wednesday After Ransomware Cyber Attack Of Baltimore County Public Schools, Officials SayBaltimore County Public Schools officials say virtual learning will resume Wednesday after a ransomware cyberattack last week.

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Code Purple shelters open Tuesday in Kent and Sussex CountiesSUSSEX COUNTY, Del.  After months of careful planning, almost all the Code Purple Sussex County shelters for the homeless will be open beginning Tuesday night.

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No new Ravens players added to reserveThe Ravens held a walk-through on Tuesday before their trip to the Steel City. This was after they said they held a safely distanced walk-through and conditioning session at their team facility on Monday night.

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Local experts discuss when to get a COVID test around the holidaysAhead of the Thanksgiving holiday, some Americans struggled to lock down a COVID-19 test. Thats because some testing sites were completely booked.

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Maryland Gov. Hogan Says State 'Lost Our Youngest Victim' to CoronavirusGov. Larry Hogan announced at a press conference Tuesday that Maryland will begin preparing for a medical staffing surge as the pandemic worsens.

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Mask-Wearing Key To Maintain Health, Economy Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Doctor SaysDr. David Marcozzi, Maryland's COVID-19 Commander and UMMS Sr. Medical Advisor to Gov. Larry Hogan, said during a press conference Tuesday that wearing a mask to help limit the spread of the coronavirus is "a sign of respect."

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As COVID Hospitalizations Surge, Gov. Hogan Announces Plan To Add Staff, Recruit Students For Shortages In Maryland's Nursing Homes, HospitalsAfter hospitalizations surge in Maryland, the state is looking for more people to beef up staffing at its hospitals, nursing homes, test and vaccination sites.

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Why the world could end sooner than you thinkWe’ve all been taught from an early age to recycle. There’s always something an individual can do to help save the earth.

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Gov. Hogan announces new actions to help hospitals through surge of COVID-19 casesANNAPOLIS, Md.  Governor Larry Hogan held a press conference on Tuesday to update Marylanders on COVID-19 in the state.

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WATCH LIVE: One-Year-Old Boy Dies From COVID-19, Youngest Victim In Maryland, Hogan SaysA one-year-old boy from Maryland has died from COVID-19, the youngest victim of the pandemic in the state, Gov.

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Return Home Baltimore: New Website Creates Pathways For Returning CitizensA new organization called Return Home Baltimore is trying to make it all easier. It has created a website that provides access to information and critical Cobb is the co-founder of Return Home Baltimore which helps people with re-entry.

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Virtual learning set to resume Wednesday after last week's ransomware attackTOWSON, Md. — Baltimore County Public Schools officials say virtual learning will resume Wednesday after last week's cyber attack that crippled the districts computer network.

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Maryland football: Top plays in 27-11 loss to IndianaThe Terps kept it close against one of the top teams in the country but struggled to execute.

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Gov. Carney announces new restrictions amid surge in COVID-19 casesWILMINGTON, Del.  Some revised restrictions are now in effect in the first state after a concerning holiday weekend.

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