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Baltimore, Maryland; Quention Price Sentenced In Federal Court In Maryland To 20 YearsBaltimore, Maryland; Quention Price Sentenced In Federal Court In Maryland To 20 Years In Federal Prison For Charges Relating To A String Of Armed Carjacking Offenses - USAO-MD – U.S. District Judge George L. Russell, III today sentenced Quention Price, age 27, of Columbia, South Carolina, to 20 years in federal prison, followed by&.

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Greenbelt, Maryland; Barry Goldsborough Indicted By Federal Grand Jury In MarylandGreenbelt, Maryland; Barry Goldsborough Indicted By Federal Grand Jury In Maryland For Receipt, Transportation, Distribution, And Possession Of Child Pornography - USAO-MD – A federal grand jury returned an indictment charging Barry Thomas Goldsborough, age 52, of Laurel, Maryland, with receipt, transportation, distribution, and possession...

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Unemployment Drops In Maryland With More Than 9,000 Claims Filed In Last WeekUnemployment numbers in Maryland dropped by more than 4,000 with 9,185 new claims filed in the last week.

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Delaware elementary school cafeteria staff makes sure students are fedHARTLY, Del.  A Delaware elementary school is celebrating their wonderful cafeteria staff who makes sure students are fed every day of the school week.

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Maryland updates coronavirus dashboard with contact tracing dataMaryland health officials have updated the state's coronavirus dashboard with data related to contact tracing, including where people may have been infected by the virus.

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Local non-profit donates backpacks and face masks to studentsLAUREL, Del.  A local non-profit and medical staff are making sure young students have what they need to stay safe this school year.

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More Than 4,000 Seasonal Jobs Open At Kohl's Fulfillment Center In EdgewoodKohl's is looking to fill more than 4,000 seasonal positions at its fulfillment center in Edgewood.

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Federal Jury Indicts Laurel Man Barry Goldsborough With Child Pornography ChargesA federal grand jury returned an indictment charging 52-year-old Barry Thomas Goldsborough, age 52, of Laurel, Maryland, with receipt, transportation, distribution, and possession of child pornography.

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Maryland Unemployment Insurance Poster ChangeThe Maryland Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated. The Maryland Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a name change to the agency.

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Keeping Love Alive During COVID-19Keeping love alive requires the intention to hold on to what we’ve found, with some degree of vigilance, including self-awareness, compassion and tolerance for the person we love, and honest communication of our own vulnerabilities and needs.

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Police Investigating Stabbing In Annapolis WednesdayDetectives are investigating after a man was stabbed in Annapolis on Wednesday.

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Baltimore News Updates from Independent and Regional Media 9/24BmoreArt 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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Child playing with lighter sparks house fire in SalisburySALISBURY, Md.  Officials say a child playing with a lighter sparked a house fire in Salisbury Wednesday afternoon.

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Port Covington Community Investment Poised to Launch. Promises to be fulfilled?In 2016, Baltimoreans organized to demand community investment from a developer seeking one of the largest subsidies in city history.

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All set for the 2020 Preakness StakesAlthough the Covid-19 pandemic has put pay to many people's plans in 2020, Maryland residents can look forward to the return of the Preakness Stakes horse race.

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Man, Woman Shot Late Wednesday In West BaltimoreA 26-year-old and a 30-year-old woman were shot in West Baltimore late Wednesday.

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State Roundup: Subpoena for McGrath; counting ballots by hand; Sen. Hough fears town bankruptcy from brutality lawsuitsThe rush to vote from home this year left Maryland election judges with a burden that plagues no other state in the country: ballots delivered online cannot be read by the state’s scanning machines, reports Erin Cox of the Post.

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Thursday Morning Headlines: Baltimoreans react to Breonna Taylor case; Lawmakers subpoena former Hogan chief of staff; and moreLocal reaction to controversial decision in Breonna Taylor case - WBAL State lawmakers subpoena Maryland Gov.

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Study: Alcohol, Drug-Related Deaths Up Across Maryland Amid COVID PandemicState officials said they are working to make sure the COVID-19 pandemic won't undo the work they accomplished over the past decade.

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Maryland releases more data showing high risk locations for COVID-19MARYLAND — As a part of Maryland's contact tracing initiative to help prevent the spread of the virus, health officials have released new information on where some may have been exposed to COVID-19.

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Impact Of A Scholarship: Katie Pumphrey"Being a Maryland student-athlete is an honor that doesn't go away when you graduate." Katie Pumphrey found "her people" at Maryland and continues to appreciate her alma mater and those who helped her achive her dreams.

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Virginia and Maryland Rank Near the Top of Best States for TeachersA study looked at metrics on teacher pay, student ratios, and benefits to determine the rankings of best states for teachers.

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Police: 5-Month-Old Baby Critically Injured In Crash In South BaltimoreA 5-month-old baby is in critical condition after a serious crash in south Baltimore on Wednesday night.

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Suspect indicted for 2015 murder of a mother and 7-year-oldOn Wednesday, A federal grand jury returned a superseding indictment charging Andre Ricardo Briscoe, a/k/a Poo, age 37, of Baltimore and Cambridge, Maryland, with federal drug distribution charges, use of a firearm to commit murder in relation to the drug trafficking crimes, killing a witness to prevent communication with law enforcement, and...

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MM 9.24: Maryland defensive lineman Olu Oluwatimi opts out of 2020 seasonThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Maryland courts go to full operation Oct. 5Maryland will begin jury trials on Oct. 5, ending a long wait for defendants who have been in jail or on home detention since March, when courts closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Maryland teacher marks 6 months since coronavirus nearly killed himJason Flanagan of Frederick, Maryland, who teaches at High Point High School in Beltsville, reflects on his near-deadly battle with the coronavirus.

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Design for Distancing installations encourage social distancing in fun, artsy waysInstallations continue to pop up around Baltimore that are meant to be artsy and whimsical but also encourage people to maintain social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Seeing What Happens: High Zero Goes VirtualBmoreArt 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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Police: Maryland woman charged in death of 1-year-old sonBALTIMORE — A woman in Maryland has been charged in the death of her 1-year-old...

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Unemployment Drops In Maryland With More Than 9,000 Claims Filed In Last WeekNationally, another 870,000 Americans filed first-time claims for benefits on a seasonally adjusted basis, up slightly from the week before.

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Today's Forecast: September 24, 2020Today, mostly cloudy skies can be expected with highs in the upper 70s. Tonight, lows will be around 60 degrees with mostly cloudy skies.

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State Fire Marshal Investigating Garage Fire in Charlotte Hall, Over $30,000 in Damage CausedOn Monday, September 21, 2020, at approximately 3:25 p.m., firefighters from Charles County and St. Mary's County responded to 15055 Oaks Road in Charlotte Hall, for the reported structure on fire threatening other structures.

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Commissioners Approve State Capital Improvements Program for St. Mary's County Public SchoolsThe Commissioners of St. Mary's County voted unanimously to authorize Commissioner President Randy Guy to sign a letter of support for an increase of $8,167,000 to the St. Mary's County Public Schools.

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St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Seeking Identity of Three Vandalism SuspectsThe St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office is seeking the identities of the persons pictured in a vandalism investigation.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Declines As Cases Near 122KANNAPOLIS, Md. — The statewide coronavirus positivity decreased again Thursday as a total of 121,800 cases were reported in Maryland over the span of the pandemic.

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Commissioners Approve St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office $10,000 Recruitment and Retention GrantThe Commissioners of St. Mary's County have approved a $10,000 Police Recruitment and Retention Grant, allowing the Sheriff's Office to continue recruitment, education, and retention efforts.

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Prince George's County Man Pleads Guilty in Federal Court to 2019 Bank Robbery After Stealing $202Saleem Abdul Muhammad, age 55, of Prince George's County, Maryland pleaded guilty to a 2019 bank robbery, in which he stole $202.

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Historic Sotterley Hosting Riverside Community Marketplace and Fall Farm Day on Saturday, October 3, and Sunday, October 4, 2020Historic Sotterley is holding the Riverside Community Marketplace and Fall Farm Day on October 3rd and 4th to celebrate and support our local businesses during these challenging times while also providing a range of family-friendly activities and demos.

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Black, Brown Communities Get COVID-19 Support through TelethonThis Saturday night, musicians, health-care workers and people who've been directly affected by COVID-19 are coming together online to raise awareness and funds for underserved communities hit hardest by the coronavirus.

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Charles County Sheriff's Office "We Care" Tips for Talking to Your Teen About Safe DrivingSeveral weeks ago, Charles County Public Schools began the ‘20-'21 school year on a virtual platform due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Criminal Summons, Criminal Citations, and Juvenile Apprehensions Made in August and September of 202008/01/20 - Barbara Ann Trossbach, age 58 of California - Possession of CDS: Not Marijuana by Cpl.

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Maryland legislators debate lifting caps on how much cities can be forced to pay for rogue police actionsA Maryland Senate committee discussed a package of bills Wednesday aimed at increasing police accountability, including legislation that would eliminate the financial cap on what police departments are forced to pay for actions of their officers.

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Two Subjects Rescued After Canoe Overturns in the Potomac RiverOn Wednesday, September 23, 2020, at approximately 10:26 p.m., fire and rescue personnel responded to Potomac River in the area of Morgantown Road in Newburg, for a reported overturned canoe with two subjects in the water.

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Jeff Clements Receives Promotion to Chief of Charles County 911This entry was posted on September 24, 2020 at 1:00 am and is filed under All News, Charles News, County, Fire and Rescue, Law Enforcement, More News, z 600X120 Top Ad Bottom, z 600X120 Top Ad Top.

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More Than 400 Employees In Baltimore City Schools To Lose Jobs Due To COVID-Related Budget ShortfallAnthony Avery is one of the more than 400 teachers and other Baltimore City school employees who received sudden notice they will be laid off just days from now.

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Eovaldi's Solid Outing, Devers' Hit Lift Sox Over O's 9-1BOSTON — Nathan Eovaldi struck out eight over six scoreless innings, Rafael Devers hit a three-run double that capped a six-run third and the Boston Red Sox beat the Baltimore Orioles 9-1 on Wednesday night in a matchup of the AL East’s worst teams.

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Study Finds Alcohol, Drug-Related Deaths Up In Maryland Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs the COVID-19 pandemic continues to claim the lives of thousands of people, new data shows a dramatic jump in drug and alcohol-related deaths across the state.

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Water Quality Of Inner Harbor Is Better, Still Not Ready For Swimming, Report SaysAccording to a recent report, the water quality of Baltimore's Inner Harbor is getting better, but it may not be ready for swimming just yet.

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MM 9.24: Maryland defensive lineman Olu Oluwatimi opts out of 2020 seasonThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Community saves dance studio in AnnapolisANNAPOLIS, Md. — Baltimore born, Barbara Winner thought this was it. 76 years of dance done.

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Bad crash in Curtis Bay sends two people to hospital including 5-month-old childAccording to police, a Nissan Centre was traveling at a high rate of speed in the area of 1600 Church Street when the driver lost control and struck several parked vehicles.

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan takes stance on Supreme Court nominee before electionRepublican Gov. Larry Hogan says he believes it would be a mistake for his party to "ram through" a nomination to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court before the November election.

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Pushback on proposed MTA budget cuts; Coalition sends letter to Governor HoganBALTIMORE — The Central Maryland Transportation Alliance is calling on Governor Larry Hogan to cancel MDOT MTA proposed budget cuts, saying "we should not be balancing the state transportation budget on the backs of brown and black essential workers".

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Maryland coaches, families will push to play high school football at Annapolis rallyRight now, big crowds may not be gathering at high school football games in Maryland, but this weekend, hundreds of players, coaches, and parents will converge on Annapolis.

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Baltimore County Public Schools Hold Virtual Summit, Address Parent Concerns Amid Academic Year Like No OtherBaltimore County Public Schools hosted a virtual back-to-school summit Wednesday evening.

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Maryland coaches and families push to play high school footballBig crowds may not be gathering at high school football games in Maryland, but this weekend, hundreds of players, coaches, and parents will converge on Annapolis.

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Annapolis Police investigating stabbing Wednesday afternoonAnnapolis Police are investigating a stabbing that took place at around 5 p.m. on Wednesday in the unit block of Bens Drive.

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Shepherd's Office offering new annual Fall event for community, will be held October 30With what Halloween may look like for trick or treaters up in the air, The Shepherds Office in Georgetown announced they will be hosting their first annual  Christ, Community, And Candy in our trunks event October 30th.

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Local farmers on Delmarva tapping into Asian Indian vegetables with help of UMES, could help the economyAfter receiving two U.S. Department of Agriculture grants, totaling $63,000 dollars, an assistant professor at UMES is now aiming to provide research and training to farmers and students to start a successful Asian Indian vegetable enterprise on Delmarva.

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Cape Henlopen student tests positive for COVID-19SUSSEX Co., Del.  A student at Cape Henlopen High School has tested positive for COVID-19.

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Ravens prep for Super Bowl champs, face Kansas City Chiefs Monday nightBALTIMORE — It's a Marquee Monday night matchup between the defending Super Bowl champs and a team with Super Bowl aspirations.

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Forward Maryland 132: Justice Eludes, and ICE Evades, 09232020We discuss the outrageous decision made regarding the officers responsible for Breonna Taylor's death, and about the Howard County Council's current legislation which would end the County's contract with ICE.

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As the presidential debates begin, some suggested questions for moderator Chris WallaceThe presidential debate schedule has been set, and as always, since 1960, save 1964 and 1968, and 1972, such debate participation has been the de facto law of the land.

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Fall school plans for DC, Maryland, Virginia systems during coronavirusPublic school systems throughout the D.C. region are grappling with how to handle the new school year during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Prince George's County Man Pleads Guilty In Federal Court In Maryland To Robbing Oxon Hill BankA Prince George's County man pleaded guilty Wednesday to robbing a bank in Oxon Hill.

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Baltimore County Police: Possible Witness May Have Information In Artis Holt Unsolved HomicidePolice in Baltimore County released Wednesday images of a person who they say may have information in the shooting death of Artis Holt in February 2019.

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Back To School 2020: Part Two"We're trying to manage the stress of our staff and that's everybody administrators, all the way down to our custodians, nutrition staff is doing an amazing job, but everyone is feeling stressed," said Dr. Corey Miklus, Superintendent for the Seaford School District.

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Carroll County Man Sentenced For Distribution Of Child PornographyA Sykesville man was sentenced Wednesday to serve one year in the Carroll County Detention Center for distribution of child pornography.

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Activists demand better service for female veteransActivists are asking the department of veterans affairs for separate women's health facility, including primary care sensitive to the needs of all women, an end to the long waiting time for appointments, more female doctors, increased mental health care, a homeless shelter and transitional housing for women and children.

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Using Weed During Pregnancy Linked To Psychotic-Like Behaviors In Children, Study FindsIf you're one of the growing numbers of women who use weed while pregnant, think twice: A new study found it may increase psychotic-like behaviors in children.

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Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey says replacing Tavon Young will be a collaborative effortBaltimore Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey told reporters on Wednsday that replacing star nickel Tavon Young won't just be on him exclusively.

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Diaspora Salon is open for business, offering natural hair care servicesIt's on North Charles Street in the Charles Village neighborhood in Baltimore.

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Giant Food holds mobile flu clinicShots were administered by Giant pharmacists. Patients didn't need appointments, and anyone could get a shot regardless of where they live.

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410 BBQ is open for business!410 BBQ is based out of Baltimore County and frequents the Catonsville, Owings Mills, and Randallstown areas.

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Outdoor dining season extended in Downtown AnnapolisWest Street is kicking off its fall Dinner Under the Stars season on Saturday with a special performance by the Dupont Brass Band sponsored by Turtle Dance Music.

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Baltimore County Police release images of person who may have information in unsolved homicideFormer Mount St. Joseph standout athlete shot, killed in Windsor Mill restaurant parking lot.

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Whatcha' Got Cookin'?It's been six months since restaurants in Maryland were forced to shut down because of the Coronavirus.

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Md. lawmakers subpeona ex-Hogan aide over severance payoutFor the first time in its 14-year history, a special review panel of Maryland lawmakers unanimously voted to issue a subpoena to force a former aide to Gov.

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Dick's Last Resort At Baltimore's Inner Harbor Closes Due To COVID-19 PandemicAnother local business was forced to close its doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dick's Last Resort in the Inner Harbor has shut down for good.

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Howard Co. offers in-person programming for asynchronous learningThe Wednesday-only program gives kids a place to go to socialize and complete their asynchronous learning.

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A seafood tycoon turned an abandoned former bootlegger's hideout into a $25 million dream home a€” take a look inside the Maryland mansionThe sprawling estate, known as the "Friary on the Severn" and currently owned by a millionaire CEO, also once housed friars.

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State Senate Addresses Several Police Accountability Bills In MarylandA rare state Senate hearing was held Wednesday outside of session and addressed several police accountability bills.

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Wednesday Afternoon Headlines: Hogan says US Senate should not push SCOTUS nomination; Md. lawmakers prepare package for small biz recovery; No swimmiNo, but maybe 2030, Waterfront Partnership says - The Baltimore Sun Hogan: U.S. Senate Shouldn't ‘Ram.

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Ravens Foundation, KABOOM! Team Up To Build New Playground For Students At Edgecombe Elementary SchoolA very special purple playground is now built and ready for fun and it's all thanks to the Ravens.

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Johns Hopkins Researchers Release Model That Aims To Forecast Whether A COVID-19 Patient's Condition Will Improve, DeteriorateResearchers at Johns Hopkins University released a new COVID-19 prediction model, which can forecast whether or not a patient's condition will likely improve or deteriorate.

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Pierre Gibbons, Man Who Ran Into Burning Home To Save His Neighbor, Reflects On Recovery A Year LaterHailed a hero. One year ago, a local man ran into a burning home to save his elderly neighbor trapped inside.

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Young Heroes Car Parade to raise childhood cancer awarenessSUSSEX COUNTY, Del.  In Sussex County, residents are getting ready for a car parade and fundraising event this Saturday that will help raise awareness about childrens cancer.

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Maryland Governor Hogan Calls for Systemic Reforms to MESRetired Federal Judge Frederic N. Smalkin Appointed to Board Governor Proposes Substantial Changes to Corporation’s Governing Structure and Oversight Current Corporate Structure Established by the General Assembly in 1993 a letter to General Assembly leaders today, Governor Larry Hogan called for bipartisan systemic reforms to the...

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Local health departments continue enforcing safety guidelines as restaurants expand capacityMARYLAND  Maryland restaurants are now allowed to operate at 75% capacity per Governor Larry Hogans order.

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Veterinarians experiencing increase in business during pandemicSALISBURY, Md.  Its fair to say most people are a little more mindful of their health these days and local veterinarians say it seems pet owners are also paying more attention to the health of their four legged friends with many reporting an increase in business since the pandemic began.

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A football appreciation like never beforeThe Terrapins' season has been given new life. The Big Ten Conference reversed course last week and approved a fall schedule after originally postponing the season in early August.

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Christian Sturm Missing From Baltimore County, Police SayPolice in Baltimore County are searching for a missing 70-year-old man.

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SAT will be free for high school seniors in Anne Arundel County next monthIt's under a plan approved by the Anne Arundel County Department of Health and announced by Superintendent George Arlotto on Wednesday.

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Smith Island voters will be able to vote in person on Election DaySenator Mary Beth Carozza announced on Wednesday that Smith Island voters will now have the ability to vote in-person.

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Delaware running internet speed survey for limited timeDELAWARE  The state of Delaware is running a limited time survey to figure out ways to improve internet service across the state.

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Baltimore Woman Who Survived Ovarian Cancer Hopes To Raise Awareness, Educate Women About Deadly DiseaseSeptember is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Every year, 14,000 women in the U.S. die from ovarian cancer, many not even knowing they have it until it's too late.

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Assateague Island MD OSV closed, high tides and damageBERLIN, Md.  Hurricane season has been more active than usual and officials say because of that the Assateague Island National Seashore has seen more damage than in past years.

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Senate hearing on police misconduct sees contentious debate over liability capsLegislation that increases the amount of money local governments are forced to pay in police brutality lawsuits will bankrupt many of the state's small towns, Sen.

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Sussex County adopts new ordinances to expedite property maintenance violationsSussex County is revamping the process of cleaning up untidy properties. Sussex County Council voted to allow officials to handle cases internally, as opposed to sending the cases to court.

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Bid to break the silence over six-figure payoutIn a virtual hearing on Wednesday, a state panel heard plenty about Roy McGrath's expensive travel, company car and a lack of oversight while director of the Maryland Environmental Service, but it remains unclear whether the governor knew of McGrath's payout or whether McGrath just made it seem so to the board, which approved the severance, and...

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Brenda Thiam Appointed To Vacant Seat In House Of Delegates, Becomes First Black Republican Woman In General AssemblyA behavioral health specialist from Washington Countyhas become the first Black Republican woman to serve in Maryland's General Assembly following her appointment by Gov.

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What fits Your Lifestyle? Check Out The Whit Harvey Group's Latest ListingsCheck out the latest listings from The Whit Harvey Group - offering houses for ant lifestyle that would be perfect for you.

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Maryland football: Back in action with a deeper appreciation of the gameAfter months of uncertainty and a difficult year, the Terps are ready to play.

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Taulia Tagovailoa looks good in practice for MarylandTaulia transferred to Maryland over the offseason and was granted immediate eligibility.

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Wicomico County receives CARES Act funding for new learning centerSALISBURY, Md.  On Wednesday, Acting Wicomico County Executive John Psota announced that the county has received $49,617 in federal coronavirus relief funds through the CARES ACT to support the development of the Kids Klub Learning Center, a new child care program for Wicomico County residents.

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Gov. Hogan calls it a 'mistake' to make Supreme Court nominee decision before Election DayANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan said it would be a "mistake" for the U.S. Senate to push through a Supreme Court nominee before Election Day.

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Tracking Baltimore's murders and shootingsBALTIMORE — Baltimore has seen a drastic spike in gun violence over the month of September.

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Montgomery Co. warns of a€˜COVID fatigue,' appeals for more residents to get testedWhile COVID-19 testing is rebounding in Montgomery County over the past week or so, officials on Wednesday warned of “COVID fatigue” and said the numbers were still lower than they needed to be to keep track of the virus.

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Eight men busted in undercover prostitution sting at Jessup hotelWhen men would call looking to meet up, an undercover detective gave them an address to a hotel in the 8100 block of Washington Boulevard.

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Families of police victims push state lawmakers for changeState lawmakers heard hours of testimony Tuesday about a slate of Democratic proposals to reform policing in Maryland, in the first of three straight days of hearings on the topic.

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Alleged Md. drug dealer facing federal indictment for killing woman, child in 2015BALTIMORE, Md.  On Wednesday, a federal grand jury returned a superseding indictment, charging an alleged drug dealer with multiple charges.

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Why We Should Fill The High Court Vacancy Now: Legal Scholar Andrew GrossmanAnd on Saturday, President Trump will announce his nomination for her replacement on the court.

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18-Year-Old Killed In West Baltimore ShootingAn 18-year-old man was killed in a shooting in west Baltimore Wednesday afternoon, city police said.

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Banquet halls, indoor pools given OK to reopen under Prince George's Co. Phase 2 reopening planPrince Georges County Executive Angela Alsobrooks announced on Wednesday the reopening of additional establishments and facilities as the county recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.

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IKEA Plans To Donate More Than $2M, Amount Employees Got In Unemployment, To Md., DC NonprofitsIKEA reportedly plans to donate more than $2.1 million, the amount its employees got in state unemployment benefits during store closures and furloughs, to nonprofits in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., areas.

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Ball-Hawking, All-Pro Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey Ready For ChiefsWhether it's knocking down a pass, punching the ball loose or going the other way with an interception, Baltimore Ravens All-Pro cornerback Marlon Humphrey has a knack for making game-changing plays.

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County Agrees To Riverboat Purchase For South End TourismThe Worcester County Commissioners voted 5-2 in an emergency meeting Tuesday to move forward with the purchase of a riverboat.

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Silver Alert issued for 80-year-old man from OdentonPolice say Peter was last seen leaving his home in the 1600 block of Annapolis Road.

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Maryland Congressional Delegation Over $240K For Chesapeake Bay Education InitiativesThe funding is a part of a $2.2 million award for 18 environmental education projects throughout the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

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Police: Pasadena Man Allegedly Threatened People With Knife Outside Walmart In Glen BurnieAn Anne Arundel County man is facing assault charges following a road rage incident at a Walmart in Glen Burnie.

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2020 Maryland Football Camp CentralWith the announcement of the resumption of the Big Ten football season in late October, Maryland is ramping up its preparation for competition.

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School Spirit: Boys' LatinMeet Boys' Latin Laker, Jonathan, student body president with great appreciation for his school and a commitment to diversity.

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Overnight Closures Planned On Gay Street For Paving Work Wednesday, ThursdayA portion of Gay Street will close Wednesday and Thursday for overnight paving work.

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Ravens are embracing the hype around their primetime matchup with ChiefsBaltimore Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh says that his team is embracing the hype surrounding their Monday Night Football matchup in Week Three.

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It's Pawpaw Pickin' Time in Maryland!Pawpaws are an indigenous fruit in Maryland and the D.C. area that are only ripe in late Septemberso hurry quickly to one of Marylands state parks to pick some of this unique fruit before its too late!

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Teen Runaway Dalton Givevan Missing From Hagerstown, May Be Heading To BaltimoreA 15-year-old boy who ran away from Hagerstown Tuesday may be heading to Baltimore, the Washington County Sheriff's Office said.

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Smartcric Live OnlineSmartcric is an online platform that offers free cricket streaming on Smart devices. You can enjoy live cricket during Test, ODI and T20 matches in HD 1080p Quality on Smartcric Live Cricket.

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MD Lottery: Healthcare Retiree Claims $1.15 Million Multi-Match JackpotMarylandÂ. Learning that you won $1.15 million at midnight can lead to a sleepless night, a lucky Charles County woman discovered after checking the winning numbers in the Sept.

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Ethos Cannabis Announces Official Entrance into Maryland MarketSeptember 23th, 2020 - Maryland. - PRESS RELEASE - Ethos Cannabis, a multi-state operator with operations and investment interests in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Florida and Arizona, has officially acquired the right to manage and ultimately purchase Maryland medical cannabis dispensaries of 4Front Ventures Corp., which are currently operated...

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Washington Football Team Week 3 Preview: at BrownsYou must have short-term memory in the NFL. In just a few days the team will be in Cleveland to take on the Browns.

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How to cast your vote in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia on or before Nov. 3With confusion looming over voting amid the coronavirus pandemic, several states have announced plans to make it easier to vote in the upcoming general and local elections on Nov.

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Hogan Calls For Changes At Maryland Environmental Service Following 'Systemic Issues' Over Severance PayGov. Larry Hogan is calling for a number of changes at the Maryland Environmental Service a month after news broke that his then-chief of staff accepted a sizable severance package to leave the quasi-governmental agency to join the governor's office.

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Maryland Zoo Adds COVID-19 Restrictions To 37th Annual ZooBOOO!The ZooBOOO! is being adjusted to keep visitors safe during the pandemic, but there will still be trick-or-treat stations throughout the Zoo.

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Maryland Gov. Hogan Announces Appointment of Dr. Brenda J. ThiamGovernor Hogan Announces Appointment of Dr. Brenda J. Thiam to the Maryland House of Delegates First Black Republican Woman to Serve in General Assembly Will Represent Legislative District 2B, Washington County ) Governor Larry Hogan today announced the appointment of Brenda J. Thiam, Ph.D., to the Maryland House of Delegates. The governor...

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How to cast your vote in Maryland, D.C. or Virginia beforeWith confusion looming over voting amid the coronavirus pandemic, several states have announced their plans to make it easier to vote in the upcoming general and local elections on Nov.

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Maryland Eyes Up Sports Betting Bill In NovemberWhile much of the US is pushing forward towards the deregulation of legal sports betting, sports fans in Maryland will have to wait a little longer.

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How to cast your vote in Maryland, D.C. or Virginia beforeWith confusion looming over voting amid the coronavirus pandemic, several states have announced their plans to make it easier to vote in the upcoming general and local elections on Nov.

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Maryland Gov. Hogan Calls for Reforms to MD Environmental ServiceRetired Federal Judge Frederic N. Smalkin Appointed to Board Governor Proposes Substantial Changes to Corporation’s Governing Structure and Oversight Current Corporate Structure Established by the General Assembly in 1993 ) In a letter to General Assembly leaders today, Governor Larry Hogan called for bipartisan systemic reforms to the...

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City of Rehoboth Beach updates plan for outdoor diningThe City of Rehoboth Beach says it will remove the remaining barricades city-wide beginning on November 2nd.

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Peeking into the New Normal at Grace Preschool ~ Early Childhood Education During a PandemicClassrooms look very different this year, yet, many things remain the same. Here's a glimpse into our first weeks of the year at Grace.

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Law Digest  Maryland Court of Special Appeals  Sept. 24, 2020Maryland Court of Special Appeals Administrative Law; Zoning application: An agency’s decision to deny an application for a special exception on the ground that procedural timeframes were not followed was arbitrary and capricious because the government waived the timeframes when it invited the applicant to file a waiver of a...

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Restaurant Association of Maryland wants state to allow barriers between tables for indoor diningLarry Hogan's recent order to expand indoor dining capacity to 75% doesn't do enough to help struggling restaurants unable to pack their dining rooms with more customers due to concurrent distancing regulations.

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Stanley Cup Finals 2020 Stars vs Lightning Live Stream Reddit Online FreeThe Stanley Cup finals are non-traditional as it gets, with players from both Florida and Texas taking on each other on the ice Edmonton.

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Towson Football Resumes Practice For First Time Since MarchFor the first time since the pandemic paused spring practice back in March, the Towson Tigers are back on the field.

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Pratt Street, Baltimore: A Nonfiction StoryThere is the link to the historical traffic at the Mount Clare Station near of Pratt and Poppleton Streets that was the first full-fledged railroad depot in the entire country&.

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Sept. 23Hundreds of mask-wearing mourners paid final respects Wednesday to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday from cancer at age 87.

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Suspension of Curbside Recycling in Baltimore is Part of a National TrendOn August 31, Baltimore suspended its curbside recycling program. The coronavirus pandemic and fear of infection had caused about a third of the city's solid waste workers to call in sick or take days off, which triggered a trash collection crisis in the city.

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Gov. Hogan calls for systemic reforms to Maryland Environmental ServiceANNAPOLIS — In a letter to General Assembly leaders, Gov. Larry Hogan called for bipartisan systemic reforms to the governance structure, oversight, and management of the Maryland Environmental Service.

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Gov. Hogan Says It Would Be 'A Mistake' For Senate To 'Ram Through' SCOTUS NomineeIn an interview at the Texas Tribune Festival, Hogan said it would be a mistake for members of his party to push through a Supreme Court nominee before Election Day.

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Police Offer $2.5K Reward For Suspect Information On Middletown Shooting That Injured 7-Year-OldThe Frederick County Sheriff's Office are offering a reward as they continue investigating a shooting incident that injured a seven-year-old in Middletown in late July.

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State police: Maryland man facing multiple charges after shootout with troopersA Maryland man is facing multiple charges after a shootout with troopers during a traffic stop early Wednesday morning near the York County and Adams County line.

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Maryland's Labor Department Reports Issues With BEACON 2.0 Unemployment Site FixedAfter issues arose following the launch of Maryland's new unemployment website over the weekend, the state's labor department said Tuesday it has resolved the problems claimants were reporting.

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Hogan: High court nomination before election 'a mistake'Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he believes it would be a mistake for his party to "ram through" a nomination to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court before the November election.

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Maryland's Labor Department Reports Issues With BEACON 2.0 Unemployment Site FixedAfter issues arose following the launch of Maryland's new unemployment website over the weekend, the state's labor department said Tuesday it has resolved the problems claimants were reporting.

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Maryland: county officials show concerns about proposed casino overlay districtThe commissioners held a work session last week regarding the Ocean Downs Casino's proposal to create a casino overlay zone, which would allow for more entertainment uses on the property.

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Teen dies in collision with freightliner truck on Route 32WEST FRIENDSHIP, Md. — A teen is dead after colliding head-on with a Freightliner truck Tuesday evening in Howard County.

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Maryland's average positive test rate decreases for eighth straight dayMaryland's average rate of positive coronavirus tests has decreased for the eight consecutive day, while the number of Marylanders currently hospitalized due to COVID-19 has increased for the third straight day, state data show.

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Dorchester Co. students receive dental kitsCAMBRIDGE, Md.  Sandy Hill Elementary kids were recently greeted by the tooth fairy  well, the next best thing to the tooth fairy.

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Indian River School District employee honored with awardSELBYVILLE, Del.  The Indian River School District is celebrating after one of their own was honored by Governor John Carney for helping the community.

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Now Hiring: Best Buy Holding Seasonal Job Fairs In Baltimore Area; Retailers Gearing Up For Holiday ShoppingBest Buy is hiring thousands of employees nationwide, including in Maryland, ahead of the 2020 holiday shopping season.

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Under Armour is hiring a Business PartnerBALTIMORE, md. — Are you looking for a new career? WMAR-2 News is here for you!

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TIME names JHU COVID-19 map creator to 100 Most Influential List for 2020TIME named Johns Hopkins University professor Lauren Gardner to its 2020 list of the 100 most influential people in the world for developing the website that tracks the COVID-19 pandemic in near-real-time with reliable, independent data.

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Increase in Wholesale Jewelry Sales Threatening Brick and Mortar StoresThe jewelry industry in the United States is currently worth 39 Billion dollars, projected to grow at a rate of 7 billion dollars each year.

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VIDEO: Impaired Woman Arrested After Crashing Into STS Bus and Injuring Three People in Lexington ParkOn Wednesday, September 23, 2020, at approximately 6:10 a.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to the intersection of Pegg Road and Three Notch Road in Lexington Park, for the motor vehicle accident reported serious with one subject unconscious.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Down, Hospitalizations Up As State Surpasses 121K CasesMaryland's coronavirus positivity rate dropped again Wednesday and the number of hospitalizations increased as the state surpassed 121,000 total cases, data from the state's health department shows.

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Mayor Young Urges Baltimore Residents To Fill Out Census After He Says 'Abrupt Decisions' From Trump Administration Cut Deadline Short"Due to abrupt decisions from the Trump administration to cut the census count timeline by an entire month and unresolved litigation challenging that shortened timeframe, Baltimore residents may have one week left to complete their census form, and much is at stake," the mayor said Wednesday.

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Featured Hot Listing: Light AboundsCoveted end unit in the desirable Cloisters community this magnificent and spacious home offers three levels of luxury living.

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Republican Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says it would be a mistake to push through a Supreme Court pick before the electionLarry Hogan, Maryland's Republican governor, said in an interview for The Texas Tribune Festival that aired Wednesday that it would be a mistake for members of his party to push through a Supreme Court nominee before Election Day.

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Police Investigating Overnight Shooting In AnnapolisPolice are investigating a shooting in Annapolis that injured one person overnight Wednesday.

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Overdoses and alcohol-related deaths rising during pandemicBALTIMORE — State officials in Maryland say fatal drug overdoses and alcohol-related deaths are rising.

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Can Maryland snag early pledge?I have entered an early Crystal Ball pick in favor of the Maryland Terrapins.

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Officials Issue Warnings With Pop-Up Rally In Ocean CityWith the arrival of the unsanctioned pop-up car rally in Ocean City, the resort's message is for visitors to just stay away and for residents to avoid the roadways.

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Baltimore City Schools Meal Site Closed Wednesday After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19The Glenmount Elementary / Middle School emergency meal site will close for all of Wednesday after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

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Wednesday Morning Headlines: TIME names Hopkins COVID-19 map creator among most influential people of 2020; Purple Line delayed; and morePurple Line Will Be Delayed as MDOT Seeks Management Solution — Maryland Matters.

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Terps in the NFL: Week TwoThe Maryland wideouts stole the show in Week Two around the NFL, with Stefon Diggs and DJ Moore dominating the 1:00 p.m.

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Maryland Congressional Delegation Over $240K For Chesapeake Bay Education InitiativesThe funding is a part of a $2.2 million award for 18 environmental education projects throughout the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

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Maryland Lottery wins in Ocean City and Salisbury rake in over $100,000 in a weekBoth of the winning scratch-offs typically cost $10 to play.

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State Roundup: As police reform hearings start, Senate Republicans continue to emphasize their oppositionRepublicans on the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee opposed a series of Democrat-sponsored bills aimed at addressing police misconduct at a virtual hearing on Tuesday at a time when Baltimore City has seen a crime wave of shootings and homicides, Bryan Renbaum of Maryland Reporter is reporting.

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22-Year-Old Man Injured In East Baltimore ShootingPolice are investigating after a 22-year-old man was shot in East Baltimore late Tuesday night.

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UPDATE: Drunk Driver of Fatal Crash that Killed 27 Year-Old North Beach Woman Sentenced to 15 Years in PrisonDaniel John Burridge, 37 of Bowie was found guilty of Vehicular Manslaughter - Gross Negligence, and sentenced to 15 years in prison.

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Maryland football: Breaking down 2020 season scheduleThe Terps got a decent draw compared to their original schedule.

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Veteran Officeholder David Craig Reveals He Has DementiaThe veteran Maryland officeholder was initially reluctant" to accept he had the disease, but now he faces it."

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VIDEO: Man Arrested for Impaired Driving After Motor Vehicle Collision in MechanicsvilleOn Monday, September 21, 2020, at approximately 7:11 p.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to the area of Three Notch Road and Thompson Corner Road in Mechanicsville, for the reported motor vehicle accident with injuries.

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Tips to transform your child's virtual classroomBALTIMORE, md. — Most students are not returning to the classroom just yet. It is a challenging time for kids and parents, but many are making the most out of a tough situation.

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Big Ten Conducts "Leading Through Change" Professional Development EventThe Big Ten Conference's academic support directors recognize the benefits of conference collaboration when faced with providing student-athlete services virtually.

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Baltimore City Schools to lay off 450 employees, halt hiringBALTIMORE — Baltimore City School officials say the system plans to lay off about 450 temporary employees and halt hiring as it tries to make up for a $21 million budget shortfall incurred during the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Maryland Zoo's 'Sip and Stroll' Happy Hour Is Back for the Fall SeasonSip your fave beverage while learning about the wonders of animal conservation during a Sip Stroll event at the Maryland Zoo.

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Maryland's Republican Governor Says GOP Senators Shouldn't 'Ram Through' SCOTUS Nominee Before ElectionGovernor Larry Hogan said pushing through Trump's nominee would be "a mistake," adding that the Senate shouldn't play "partisan games" with the process.

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Boulevard Bistro in Belcamp says "We're Open Baltimore! "The restaurant is located just off Rt. 40 on Bata Boulevard in Belcamp in Harford County and offers breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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Furnace Hills Coffee in Westminster says "We're Open Baltimore! "The coffee shop is located at 71 W. Main Street in Westminster and offers a variety of coffee drinks including maple lattes during the fall season.

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MM 9.23: National championships for fall sports moved to spring 2021This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Live Green: Real Raw OrganicsKombucha has been in the spotlight over the past couple of years as this fizzy drink offers many health benefits like improving digestion.

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IKEA wants to reimburse Md. for unemployment benefits paid to furloughed workersIKEA wants to reimburse the state of Maryland for the unemployment benefits the state paid to the retail giant’s furloughed workers during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Connect with global delegations at the Bio Innovation ConferenceLooking for a chance to discuss and learn about Maryland's licensing opportunities, federal labs, international partnerships, and more?

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Employee Stabbed During Armed Robbery at Lexington Park Burger KingOn Tuesday, September 22, 2020, at approximately 9:58 p.m., police and emergency medical personnel responded to the Burger King on Great Mills Road in Lexington Park, for the reported armed robbery and stabbing.

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Governor Hogan Announces $10 Million in Grant Awards for Maryland Community CollegesANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan today announced $10 million in grant awardsfor Maryland's 16 community colleges to expand education opportunities and workforce development programs duringthe COVID-19 pandemic.

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Maryland's Labor Department Reports Issues With BEACON 2.0 Unemployment Site FixedANNAPOLIS, Md. — After issues arose following the launch of Maryland’s new unemployment website over the weekend, the state’s labor department said Tuesday it has resolved the problems claimants were reporting.

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Today's Forecast: September 23, 2020Today, highs will be in the mid to upper 70s with hazy sunshine. Tonight, mostly clear skies can be expected with lows in the upper 50s.

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Larry Hogan says it would be a mistake to rush Supreme Court appointmentSpeaking during a Texas Tribune Festival event, Hogan also said it would be a mistake for Democrats to pack the court.

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Schroeder Cherry's Pillars of the CommunityBmoreArt 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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Maryland's GOP governor says Republicans shouldn't rush SCOTUS vote before electionLarry Hogan, the Republican governor of Maryland, is urging the GOP to not push through a Supreme Court nominee so close to a presidential election.

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Maryland has launched new ‘Open Road' campaignThe Maryland Department of Commerce Office of Tourism in partnership with the state's 25 destination marketing organisations has launched a new ‘Open Road' campaign.

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Purple Line Will Be Delayed as MDOT Seeks Management SolutionMaryland transportation officials said Tuesday they will take over day-to-day management of building the Purple Line, at least temporarily, as soon as construction crews pack up and depart, a process that could come as early as next week.

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Maryland Courts Go to Full Operation Oct. 5  Maryland MattersMaryland will begin jury trials on Oct. 5, ending a long wait for defendants who have been in jail or on home detention since March, when courts closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Maryland Senate panel begins police reform hearingsANNAPOLIS, Md. — A Maryland Senate panel has started three days of hearings on police reforms.

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Breaking down Maryland football's 2020 scheduleThe Terps got a decent draw compared to their original schedule.

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Delaware Senator Chris Coons weighs in on GOP's stance in the 2020 Supreme Court nomination processDELAWARE  Less than a week after the death of late Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Delaware Senator Chris Coons is pointing to what he calls a complete 180 since 2016 in the GOPs stance on appointing a supreme court justice.

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State panel with subpoena power to discuss Maryland Environmental Service investigation WednesdayA General Assembly committee with subpoena powers will meet Wednesday to discuss the practices of the Maryland Environmental Service, an independent state agency with a history of making payouts to departing directors.

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11PM Sports 09.22.2020Categories: High School, Latest Sports Cast, Sports.

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In-Person Reopening Plans Approved For All Maryland Schools As Some Teachers And Parents Express Frustration: ‘Left Running In Circles'Maryland's superintendent of schools told the state school board Tuesday that she has approved reopening plans for in-person instruction for every district in Maryland.

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Pivetta Sharp In Red Sox Debut; Boston Beats Orioles 8-3BOSTON — Nick Pivetta struck out eight in five innings of one-run ball in his Boston debut, Christian Vázquez hit a three-run homer and the Red Sox beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-3 on Tuesday night.

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Tractor That Backfired May Be To Blame For Barn Fire In Baltimore County, Officials SayA tractor that backfired Tuesday afternoon in Maryland Line may be to blame for a large barn fire, according to the Baltimore County Fire Department.

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A safe space for the city's youthBALTIMORE — With the increase in violence in the city, community leaders are working hard to protect our young ones.

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TIME Names Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 Map Creator To 100 Most Influential People List For 2020TIME recently named a Johns Hopkins University professor to its 2020 list of the 100 most influential people in the world for developing a free and open website for the public to track the COVID-19 pandemic in near-real-time.

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TIME names Johns Hopkins Professor behind COVID-19 Global Map to list of 100 most influential peopleBALTIMORE — TIME has named a Johns Hopkins University professor to its 2020 list of the 100 most influential people in the world for developing a free website that allows anyone from around the world to track the COVID-19 pandemic in near-real time.

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Baltimore City teacher says students will be 'devastated' as district dismisses 450 employeesThe CEO of Baltimore City Schools will lay off 450 temporary workers and implement a hiring freeze in an effort to save money as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a toll on the district's budget.

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Will the Ravens bring in reinforcements at cornerback after losing Tavon Young?With Tavon Young headed to injured reserve for the third time in his career, the Baltimore Ravens suddenly find themselves shorthanded at cornerback.

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candlelight vigil held to honor Justice Ginsburg, call for removal of Talbot Boys statueAbout a hundred people gathered on the lawn of Talbot County's courthouse Tuesday night. The issue at hand was the Talbot Boys Statue that remains standing after months of debate over whether or not to keep it.

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Worcester Co. Commissioners approve purchase of riverboat for Snow Hill, Pocomoke CityPeople in Worcester County can now look forward to riverboat rides along the Pocomoke River.

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Town Hall Forum With Berlin Council CandidatesThe five candidates seeking three open Berlin council seats in the Oct. 6 election took part in a two-hour town hall forum on Zoom Tuesday evening.

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Blood donations, stem cell registry participation urged to help patients with sickle cell diseaseJoining a blood and stem cell registry can help a young Maryland boy find a cure for his sickle cell disease.

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Defendant pleads guilty to First Degree Murder in shooting death of 22-year-old Tyrique Hudson53 year old arrested for killing of 22-year-old neighbor in Glen Burnie, AACo Police said.

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Police, public in Montgomery County discuss police discipline bill proposalSupporters and opponents of a bill that would give the Montgomery County Police Chief more authority on matters of police discipline got their chance to offer opinions at a virtual public hearing before the council on Tuesday.

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Maryland media raises questions about reliability of Korean COVID-19 test kitsThere is controversy surrounding the accuracy of COVID-19 test kits Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan purch...

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Maryland Ranks 5th Happiest State In The Country, Study SaysHappiness can come from so many things and, as it turns out, we Marylanders are pretty happy!

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Parents urge officials to consider returning athletes to the fieldsMARYLAND  Let them play. That was message that parents, coaches, and physicians, wanted to send to the MPSSAA and the State of Maryland during the public comment period of Tuesdays state Board of Education meeting.

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Back To School 2020: Part One47 ABC  In March of 2020 almost everyone thought schools shutting down would be a temporary situation and that students would be back in class like normal in no time.

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Ravens' Versatile Offense Winning Games On The Ground, Through The AirThe Ravens head into their Monday night matchup with the Super Bowl champion Chiefs with their offense averaging 35 points per game through the first two weeks of the season.

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Power rankings: Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs fight for top spotWeek two is in the books, so it's time to update our power rankings. To the surprise of no one, the Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs are on top.

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'Twin-Demic'Just in time for the start of fall, health officials at Johns Hopkins University are warning the public to be aware of the so-called "twin-demic" of the flu and the coronavirus.

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Doctors worried about fall 'Twindemic'BALTIMORE, Md — COVID-19 has now killed more than 200,000 people in the US. Johns Hopkins doctors are worried about a double hit with the flu this fall.

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Maryland State Department of Education provides $10M in grant funding to support in-person instruction this fallMARYLAND  The Maryland State Department of Education is providing $10 million dollars in grant money to support schools that reopen to students this fall before the second quarter starts.

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Groundbreaking celebration held for Renaissance Row ApartmentsHomes at the intersection of Park Heights Avenue and Rosewood Avenue are being redeveloped into the Renaissance Row Apartments.

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Tractor That Backfired May Be To Blame For Barn Fire In Baltimore County, Officials SayA tractor that backfired Tuesday afternoon in Maryland Line may be to blame for a large barn fire, according to the Baltimore County Fire Department.

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Baltimore Entrepreneurs Band Together To Make Special Face Masks, Earn Money During PandemicWhen a local group of entrepreneurs in Hampden saw business dwindling during the coronavirus pandemic, they decided to band together and create some very special face masks.

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Dover community members get a seat at the table as part of the new Police Chief's Advisory CommitteeDOVER, Del.  Dover Police are deploying a new tactic, taking nine community members who walk the citys streets every day and giving them a seat at the table to have a say in how policing is done here in the place they call home.

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Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Columbus Obelisk rename progresses; JP Grant may lose city contract; Where to vote or drop ballots? Check maps for detailBaltimore City Council Progresses Bill To Rename Columbus Obelisk For Police Violence Victims - WYPR Baltimore City schools will lay off 450 temporary.

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DART offering partnership for employers, free 30-day pass for employeesDELAWARE  This week DARTs Rideshare Delaware is re-launching a program to help newly employed Delawareans get to work for free.

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H2OI, crowds has Ocean City's Mayor concernedOcean City is Maryland's favorite vacation spot and Mayor Rick Meehan is their number one cheerleader, that's why this is something you never hear the Mayor say.

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Coronavirus Latest: Montgomery County Updates Phase Two GuidelinesOfficials in Montgomery County issued Tuesday an updated executive order to Phase Two coronavirus public health guidelines.

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Baltimore Police looking for carjacking suspectAlrice Sinclair is wanted for a carjacking that took place on June 20 in the 3600 block of Liberty Heights Avenue.

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"It's a blessing": Milford veteran receives new roofMILFORD, Del.  A husband and wife, who are both veterans, received a new roof on their Milford home for free on Tuesday.

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Baltimore City Mayoral Candidate Shannon Wright's Virtual Forum 'Zoom Bombed' With Racist AttackA Baltimore City mayoral forum Friday was interrupted by an apparent "Zoom bomber" during Republican Shannon Wright's opening remarks.

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City considers stripping J.P. Grant of his master lease contracts for election law violationsBaltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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Cambridge house fire ruled accidentalCAMBRIDGE, Md.  Maryland fire officials say a house fire that broke out in Cambridge Tuesday morning was accidental.

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Baltimore Police Searching For 21-Year-Old Carjacking SuspectPolice in Baltimore are asking for the public's help in locating a 21-year-old man who they say is wanted for carjacking.

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Navy flying high after historic comeback winMidshipmen topped Tulane for biggest comeback in school history.

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Researchers Say DC, Maryland and Virginia Among States That Experienced Second COVID-19 WaveAustralian researchers created a mathematical model to determine which states are experiencing a second surge of COVID-19.

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