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Four-Part Series Documenting Baltimore's St. Frances Academy Football Program To Launch On HBOA four-part series documenting the success and controversy surrounding Baltimore's St. Frances Academy football program is set to launch in November.

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Rehoboth Beach Tree Lighting, Sing-Along Canceled This Year Due To COVID-19 RestrictionsThe City of Rehoboth Beach announced this week it will not host a public tree lighting and sing-along this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.

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Howard County Board Of Elections Receives COVID-19 Response Grant From Center For Tech And Civic LifeCounty Executive Calvin Ball and the Howard County Board of Elections announced that Howard County received a COVID-19 response grant of nearly $700,000 from the Center for Tech and Civic Life.

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TJ Kim, teenager from Virigina delivers PPE to TidalHealth by planeSALISBURY, Md.  On Saturday, a 16-year-old student pilot from Virginia was greeted with open arms as he landed at the Salisbury Regional Airport.

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Delmarva Delivers Food Drive aims to help people in needDELMARVA  On Saturday, the 47 ABC team partnered with different community organizations for the Delmarva Delivers Food Drive.

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Volunteers take part in Salisbury Riverwalk Clean-Up DaySALISBURY, Md.  Dozens of people gathered outside on Saturday for the Salisbury Riverwalk Clean-Up Day.

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27 Maryland Natural Resources Police Recruits Graduate From AcademyTwenty-seven recruits graduated from the Maryland Natural Resources Police. Academy Saturday.

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Police Accuse Maryland Man of Spraying Women in StoresBaltimore County police have accused a man of spraying several women in three stores with a substance believed to have induced dizziness.

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Man Killed In Shooting In Broad Daylight, Baltimore Police SayPolice are investigating after a 29-year-old man was shot and killed in broad daylight in south Baltimore Saturday afternoon.

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Local police respond to viral arrest of a Black manANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY — A local arrest has gone viral on Tik Tok this week.

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Maryland Million: Streaking Fiya Claims Turf Sprint; Epic Idea Stretch Out In LadiesRobert Masiello's Fiya continued his hot streak this year, stepping up to stakes company for the first time and extending his win streak to four races with a popular 2 1/4-length triumph in Saturday's $75,000 Maryland Million Turf Sprint Handicap at Laurel Park in Laurel, Md.

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Maryland's 'Power of the Black Vote' symposium encourages voters to get to the pollsThe Power of the Black Vote annual symposium took on a different look this year but the message was the same.

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Maryland police shown aggressively arresting black passenger for not showing ID in viral TikTokThe TikTok video has sparked outrage on social media as the conversation surrounding police brutality continues in the wake of George Floyd's death.

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Police: At Least 2 Dead, 5 Others Injured In Separate Shootings Across Baltimore OvernightPolice in Baltimore are investigating after at least two people were killed and five others were injured in separate shootings across the city overnight.

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Police: 2 Dead, 3 Injured In Separate Shootings Across Baltimore Friday NightPolice in Baltimore are investigating after two people were killed and three others were injured in separate shootings across the city Friday night.

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Watch UFC 254 Live Stream: Khabib vs. Gaethje Fight Online FreeUFC 245 Live Stream Reddit with Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Justin Gaethje. How to watch in United States, Asia, Canada, Denmark, France, India, Mexico, Norway, New Zealand, United Kingdom.

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Yannick Ngakoue is more than a rental for the Baltimore RavensThe Baltimore Ravens made a blockbuster trade when it acquired Yannick Ngakoue from the Minnesota Vikings and he's more than just a rental for the team.

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Confessions of the Secret Suburban Trump Moms: MarylandWhile I live in a more rural Maryland town, I am acutely aware that I live in a blue state as soon as I make my way outside of our area.

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Maryland Football Travels to Face Northwestern for Season Opening TestTypically, Maryland football would be opening their season against a non-conference opponent. However, in this unconventional season, the Terps will only face conference opponents during their eight-game regular season.

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DSP investigating a fatal crash that left one dead Saturday in BridgevilleDSP said around 1 a.m. a 2016 Ford Escape was driving fast northbound on Coverdale Rd.

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Maryland State Department of Education Awards Over $3.8 Million Dollars to Provide Fresh Fruits and Vegetables for Elementary StudentsBALTIMORE – The Maryland State Department of Education has awarded $3,865,000 in federal funds to 155 Maryland elementary schools to help children build lifelong healthy eating habits.

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Chesapeake Bay Foundation Hosting Four Oyster Pop-Up Shops In Maryland In October And NovemberThe sales are designed to benefit Maryland oyster farmers, who are facing declining sales this year due to limited restaurant openings and ongoing restaurant closures due to COVID-19.

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Deaf U: Everything We Know About the Frederick Maryland Deaf CommunityFrederick is aware of how much it's accomplished, while fighting hard to keep its citizens at the forefront of every opportunity available to them.

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MMA Streams: UFC 254 Live Stream Reddit Full Fight OnlineUFC 245 Live Stream Reddit with Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Justin Gaethje. How to watch in United States, Brazil, Central and South America, MENA, Republic of Ireland, Pakistan, Poland, South Korea, Russia, Sweden.

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Clipper Mill court hearing lifts veil on developer's tactics to keep residents in lineBaltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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Baltimore Ravens bye week review: Food for thoughtWe've reached the Baltimore Ravens bye week with plenty to digest from the team's first six weeks of play.

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Maryland vs Northwestern Live Stream: How to Watch Online FreeMaryland and Northwestern open their 2020 football seasons with a matchup on Saturday. Here's how to watch a live stream of the game online.

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Baltimore Ravens Trade Deadline Preview: Who Could Get Traded?After making a blockbuster trade for Yannick Ngakoue, could the Baltimore Ravens make any more moves ahead of the 2020 NFL Trade Deadline?

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Maryland Million 2020 Picks And StorylinesSome storylines to watch on Maryland Million 2020, plus our experts pick the final six stakes, including the Maryland Million Classic.

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Today's Forecast: October 24, 2020After some morning fog, partly sunny skies can be expected today with highs in the mid to upper 70s.

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Yannick Ngakoue is and feels right at home with the RavensThe Baltimore Ravens rocked the NFL work on Thursday with a pair of roster moves to acquire a pair of former Pro Bowl players, one on each side of the ball.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: 796 New Cases Reported, 13 DeathsMaryland reported 796 new coronavirus cases and thirteen new deaths Saturday as the positivity rate increased slightly, data from the state's health department showed.

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How to watch Maryland football vs NorthwesternThe Terps make first-ever trip to Evanston, Illinois, for the 2020 season opener.

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Laurel gets first win over Lake since 2016The Laurel Bulldogs got a season opening win on Friday, defeating Lake Forest 27-18. With Lake leading 6-0 close to the half, Kaden Shockley led the Dawgs down the field and tied the game with just under two minutes before the break.

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Smyrna scores 40 straight to roll Dover in season openerBehind 4 touchdowns from Senior QB Aidan Sanchez, the Smyrna Eagles roll past Dover to move to 1-0 on the season with the 40-7 win.

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How to Watch: Maryland at NorthwesternTerps kickoff their nine-game conference slate at 7:30 PM on Saturday night.

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Indian River tops Seaford in season openerThe Indian River football team won their season opener on Friday night, defeating Seaford 22-12 at Bob Dowd Stadium.

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Maryland football team to wear jerseys in support of fight for racial justice in Saturday gameWhen the University of Maryland's football team opens the season against Northwestern Saturday - the game may look the same, but the jerseys won't.

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Central survives scare from Cape HenlopenGEORGETOWN, Del.  Sussex Central survived a scare from Cape Henlopen at home, winning 26-17.

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Rider defense, Cale's catch power Caesar Rodney to shutout winGEORGETOWN, Del.  Caesar Rodney opened their 2020 football season with a shutout of Sussex Tech, 14-0.

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Maryland School Leaders Want More Guidance From State on Safe ReopeningSome county school leaders in Maryland say they feel they aren't getting enough guidance from the state on how to safely reopen schools.

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Police accuse Maryland man of spraying women in storesBALTIMORE — Baltimore County police have accused a man of spraying several women in three stores with a substance believed to have induced dizziness.

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UFC 254 Live Stream Reddit: Eagle vs. Highlight Live Online on MMA Streams FreeUFC 254 will face off Khabib Nurmagomedov "The Eagle" and Justin Gaethje "The Highlight" on October 24 on UFC Fight Island, Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates.

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Former Baltimore County Correctional Officer Sentenced To Over 33 Years In Federal Prison For Production Of Child PornographyA former Baltimore County correctional officer was sentenced Friday to more than 33 years in federal prison for two counts of production of child pornography.

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"Vote for them": Campaign hopes to galvanize Black votersSay their names. It's been a rallying cry for protesters, marching for change for months.

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17-Year-Old Injured In Shooting In East Baltimore, Police SayPolice are investigating after a 17-year-old was injured in a shooting in east Baltimore Friday night.

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Some Maryland school systems reluctant to openSeveral school leaders in Maryland say they have their reopening plans in place but they need more clarification from the state on what to do after they reopen.

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The Harford Center's 5th Annual Ghoul And Oyster Roast Going Virtual This YearThe Harford Center Ghoul and Oyster Roast is going virtual this year.

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What An Awesome DayWeather was a little foggy this morning, but anglers take extra precautions and deal with it because it usually means no wind.

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Howard County Recognizes Life Guards, Good Samaritan Who Saved Swimmer In DistressSeveral lifeguards and a good Samaritan in Howard County are being hailed as heroes.

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Pandemically Unproductive? Maryland employees have spent 107 hours hungover while working from home, reveals survey.The average employee admits they are 43% less productive while working with a hangover. 1 in 5 say they are more likely to drink more while WFH than if they had to go into the office the following day.

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The 2020 Army/Navy Game Will Be Played At Army West PointDue to the ongoing pandemic the 2020 Army/Navy game has been moved from Philadelphia to Michie Stadium in West Point NY.

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Montgomery County Passes New Ban On PlasticsMontgomery County passed a new ban on plastics that includes a staple at many parties, the Red Solo Cup.

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Firefighter Injured Battling Townhouse Fire In Howard CountyA firefighter was injured battling a townhouse fire in Howard County Friday afternoon.

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Top five things Ravens need to do during bye week: Fix the run gameThe Baltimore Ravens are heading into their bye week with a near-perfect record of 5-1 even though they have played far from flawless to achieve it on both sides of the ball but especially on offense as of late.

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Yannick Ngakoue is a Raven: 3 big things on a big tradeThe Baltimore Ravens trading for Yannick Ngakoue is a big deal. Here are three big things to think about the Ravens trade with the Vikings.

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Maryland State Board Of Elections Reminds Voters To Wear Mask, Social Distance At The PollsThe Maryland State Board of Elections wants to remind voters to wear a mask when they show up to the polls for early voting or on Election Day.

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Early Voting Begins Monday in MarylandCOVID-19 safety measures are in place at polling places. News4's Chris Gordon has a look at what to expect if you plan to vote in person.

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Former Baltimore County Correctional Officer sentenced to more than 33 years for production of child pornography"Thomas Mannion is a predator and our children and communities are safer because he will now serve more than 33 years in federal prison," said U.S. Attorney Robert K. Hur.

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Baltimore County Schools' Students, Parents Invited To Provide Feedback On First Quarter InstructionBaltimore County Public Schools' students, parents and caregivers are invited to complete an online survey about their experiences with virtual learning during the first quarter of the 2020-2021 school year.

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Millions in federal coronavirus aid still unspent in MarylandFederal coronavirus aid under the CARES Act is nearing a critical deadline as money given to states and counties must be spent by the end of the year.

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'It's A Shot In The Arm'As businesses across Maryland continue to struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic, a new dose of economic aid is coming from the State's rainy day fund.

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BPD SWAT officer charged with child sex abuse in Harford CountyBALTIMORE — A Baltimore Police Department SWAT officer has been charged with child sex abuse according to the States Attorneys Office of Harford County.

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Still waiting: Maryland's unemployment system working to clear 49,000 claimsThe Maryland Department of Labor is, in the words of Gov. Larry Hogan, moving heaven and earth to clear a backlog of 49,000 unemployment claims.

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Housing Choice Voucher Program wait list opened to Lower Eastern Shore countiesMARYLAND  The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development is opening up its waitlist for assistance on the Lower Eastern Shore.

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Non-Profit 'The Nolita Project' Aims To Generate Strong Community Ties Among Baltimore City YouthWesley Hawkins leads a group of Baltimore's youngest residents through his non-profit, The Nolita Project, named after his late mother, Nolita Smith.

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VOTAMOS launches text campaign to get LatinX voters to the pollsDELAWARE  The ACLU of Delaware is teaming up with the VOTAMOS We Vote Coalition to get LatinX voters to the polls.

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High demand for flu shots in Delaware, but shortage of vaccinations because of pandemicBeebe Healthcare told us they are seeing a great demand for flu shots this year, but with that said they are experiencing a shortage of vaccinations because of COVID-19.

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Friday Afternoon Headlines: BMA's decision to sell three paintings draws national criticism; M&T Bank Stadium allowed to admit over 4,000 fans for NovThe Baltimore Museum of Art made a bold decision to sell three important paintings. The blowback has gone national.

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COVID-19's Impact on Maryland LatinosThe University of Maryland, Baltimore is the state's public health, law, and human services university devoted to excellence in professional and graduate education, research, patient care, and public service.

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Perdue gives back with Delmarva Delivers Food DriveSALISBURY, Md.  47ABC teamed up with local food banks to collect and distribute food to those in need for the Delmarva Delivers Food Drive.

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Harriett's House hosting first annual virtual fundraiser to benefit their drop-in center November 7Harrietts House, a drop-in center that helps victims of human trafficking, planned to have their first annual Freedom Brunch fundraiser in person this year, but COVID-19 made them shift gears and they had to make that event virtual.

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Local professor, voters speak on final presidential debateSALISBURY, Md.  The final debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic Nominee Joe Biden is in the books, and after a chaotic first debate riddled with interruptions and personal attacks, voters on Delmarva say Thursdays night debate was a step in the right direction.

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Police accuse Maryland man of spraying women in storesBALTIMORE — A Maryland man was jailed after multiple incidents in which women were sprayed with what was described as a substance which induced dizziness, police said.

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Baltimore City councilman addresses illegal dumping along public golf courseBALTIMORE — Illegal dumping remains a problem. It's not just alleys city leaders are paying attention to.

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Bomshell Boutique excited to open their third store this weekend in downtown SalisburyA new boutique is finally excited to open their doors to the public Saturday downtown.

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City to pay workers compensation to family of Detective Sean SuiterThe law department for the city says that there has been litigation for some time regarding the workers compensation claim filed on behalf of the widow and minor child of Detective Suiter.

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Final briefs filed in Mountaire employee lawsuitSELBYVILLE, Del.  The National Labor Relations Board will soon rule on a case originally out.

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Ngakoue back home with the RavensNew Baltimore defensive end: 'This is where it all started for me with my dream.'

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Take-home points on the Ravens 2020 season at the byeOCTOBER 11: Inside linebacker Patrick Queen #48 of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates after returning a fumble for a fourth quarter touchdown against the Cincinnati Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium on October 11, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Maryland football stadiums preparing to welcome back fansThe Washington Football Team will allow fans in the stadium for the first time this season at an early November game against the New York Giants.

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Deck the halls: Lewes Lights to bring holiday spirit to beach townLEWES, Del.  ​Its time to deck the halls in Lewes, and a new competition will have plenty of people doing it.

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Oct. 23The U.S. set a new record for coronavirus cases, with more than 77,000 new infections reported Thursday - the largest single-day increase since July.

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Johns Hopkins Tech Ventures makes layoffs as part of wider university jobs cuts in the pandemicJohns Hopkins Tech Ventures laid off eight people across its divisions on Oct. 7 amid wider job cuts at the university due to revenue losses in the pandemic.

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Fire in Columbia involving multiple townhousesCOLUMBIA, Md. — Howard County Fire is at the scene of a 2-alarm fire in the 7200 block of Procopio Circle in Columbia.

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Election 2020 Maryland voter guide: What to knowFrom when to vote, how to vote and what's on the ballot, here's everything you need to know about casting a ballot in Maryland in 2020.

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The Park School of Baltimore Virtual Open House for Middle and Upper Schools This SundayParents and students are invited to learn about Park's 100-acre campus and hear more about our distinctive approach to learning!

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Wearing Masks Could Save More Than 100,000 US Lives Through February, New Study SuggestsIf 95% of Americans wore masks in public, more than 100,000 lives could be saved from Covid-19 through February, a new modeling study suggests.

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Maryland Million and more: The week in social mediaTalk Show Man won the 2018 Maryland Million Turf. Photo by Dottie Miller.

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Howard County School Board Approves Health Metrics For Returning Students To ClassroomsHoward County is the latest school district to lay out a plan to return students to the classrooms.

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How Maryland Is Processing A Record High Number Of Mail-In BallotsThe system of reviewing ballots for this election year dwarfs those of previous years because so many people are voting by mail.

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Navy to square off against Army on Dec. 12 at West PointANNAPOLIS, Md. — The 121st annual Army - Navy game will be played this year, despite COVID-19.

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Early voting begins on Monday in MarylandDrop boxes and mail in ballots are a way to vote in 2020 in Maryland and now starting at 7 a.m.

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Maryland vs. Northwestern odds, line: 2020 college football picks, Week 8 predictions from proven modelThe SportsLine projection model has a pick for the clash between Maryland and Northwestern.

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Baltimore SWAT officer charged with child sex abuseThe Baltimore Police Department said in a statement that it is aware of the investigation in Harford County.

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40% of Maryland voters have requested mail-in ballots, Dems more than double GOPANNAPOLIS, Md. — Around 1.67 million registered voters in Maryland have requested a mail in ballot this election, based off information from the State Board of Elections.

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Maryland Gas Prices Drop 3 Cents In Past Week, 20 Cents Below Same Time In 2019, AAA SaysMarylanders are seeing some slight savings at the pump, with gas prices dropping an average of three cents statewide over the past week, AAA Mid-Atlantic said Friday.

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'Our Joyful Noise' Spreads Music To Underserved Baltimore CommunitiesA local organization is making sure the underserved and forgotten Baltimore communities stay connected with live music.

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Video: Handicapping Maryland Million 2020In this video, we gather some of our experts, - John Piassek, Nick Hahn and Gary Quill - to handicap Maryland Million 2020.

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Program Spotlight: St. John's Parish Day SchoolSt. John's Parish Day School, a co-ed Episcopal school for students ages three through grade five, is launching a new STEM curriculum to enhance their interdisciplinary, project-based, and student-centered approach to learning.

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H&S Bakery slated to open artisan bakery and cafe in Harbor East in summer 2021H&S Bakery announced today that it will be opening a new Harbor East bakeshop and cafà called Kneads.

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Ravens will have fans in stands in Week 8 for Steelers gameThe Baltimore Ravens will be hosting fans in the stands of M&T Bank Stadium for the first time this season when they face their archrival Pittsburgh Steelers in Week Eight on Nov.1 coming off their Week Seven bye.

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You Can Get $10 Off A Lyft To Vote Thanks To Nike. Here's HowNike and Lyft have partnered to offer voters $10 off a ride to drop off or cast their ballots in a number of cities, including Baltimore.

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Who won the final presidential debate? Maryland's lawmakers weigh inPresident Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden sparred for more than an hour-and-a-half on Thursday evening during the second and final presidential debate of the 2020 election season.

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Baltimore City Police Officer Donald Hildebrant Arrested, Charged With Sexually Assaulting MinorA Baltimore City Police Department officer has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a minor.

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Md. Labor says they've processed nearly 94% of unemployment claims, totaling $7.5 billionANNAPOLIS, Md. — The Maryland Department of Labor says they've processed 738,293 out of 788,198 unemployment claims since March 9, which equates to 93.7 percent.

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Man killed in August during Lansdowne robbery; suspect charged with murderLANSDOWNE, Md. — Baltimore County Police have arrested a suspect in connection with the murder of Ira Douglas Dixon in August.

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COVID-19 hospitalizations in Maryland up 11% since last week, 41% from a month agoThat marks an 11% increase in hospitalizations since last week, and a 41% increase from around this time last month.

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Devin Johnson Arrested In Deadly August Shooting Of Ira Dixon In Lansdowne, Police SayA 25-year-old man has been arrested in the deadly August shooting of a 45-year-old man in Lansdowne, the Baltimore County Police Department said Friday.

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Wanted suspect arrested and charged with attempted murder for October 4 shootingBALTIMORE — Police have arrested the suspect who has been wanted for an October 4 shooting in Southeast Baltimore.

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Heroes recognized for saving swimmer's life at Roger Carter Community CenterELLICOTT CITY, Md. — Howard County leaders on Friday recognized two lifeguards and a swimmer at the Roger Carter Community Center, crediting them with saving the life of a fellow swimmer who stopped breathing.

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Notre Dame Preparatory School Named RMI Champion of Maryland ManufacturingPeople's Choice Awards. NDP was honored in the "Fighting COVID-19" category for its service efforts making masks and PPE during the early days of COVID-19.

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Maryland Weather: Dense Fog Advisory Friday Causes School DelaysA dense fog advisory is in effect until 10 a.m. for much of Maryland.

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Tyrese Jefferson Arrested, Charged With Attempted Murder In October 4 ShootingA 21-year-old man has been arrested in an attempted murder in Baltimore earlier this month, city police said Friday.

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Maryland football players to wear messages about the fight for racial justice on jerseysPlayers for the University of Maryland football team have made the choice to replace their names on their jerseys with statements about the fight for racial justice.

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FILA is hiring a Material HandlerBALTIMORE — WMAR-2 News is here for you!

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Wicomico County Public Schools says no shut down planned for nowAs other local school districts shut down their buildings, Wicomico County Public Schools says theyre still moving forward with some in person classes.

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Hundreds of thousands more Marylanders turned to SNAP benefits to eat during pandemicMaryland residents’ enrollment in federal food assistance programs has increased sharply since the COVID-19 pandemic started in March, according to a report that Maryland Hunger Solutions released Wednesday.

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Family: 21-Year-Old Fatally Shot by Police in Maryland Home Wasn't ExtremistStrangers on the internet hailed Duncan Socrates Lemp as a martyr for their anti-government movement after a police officer shot and killed the 21-year-old man during a pre-dawn raid on his family's Maryland home.

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Procurement experience? Maryland is hiring!BALTIMORE, md. — WMAR-2 News is bringing you the latest openings in our area.

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What's on the Maryland ballot?Maryland voters can expect to see several contests and measures on their ballot when they vote in the 2020 election.

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Fall colors are peaking in Md. a€” here are some great places to see themAccording to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources latest Fall Foliage Report on Oct. 22, leaves in Western Maryland have already hit their peak, while central Maryland and the Eastern Shore should see the most colors this week or next.

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Weekly Zip Code Report: Maryland Covid-19 Positivity Rate, Mortality Rates Continue To DeclineNOTTINGHAM, MD—The Maryland Department of Health on Friday reported that the statewide COVID-19 positivity rate and mortality rates continued to fall as hospitalizations rose over the past week.

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Cleanup of oil on Delaware Bay coastline intensifies, additional resources deployedDELAWARE  Officials the cleanup of an oil spill along the Delaware Bay coastline intensified Friday morning, with additional resources deployed by state and federal agencies and non-profit organizations.

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Boardwalk E-Bike Ban Divides OC Council; Officials Passionate On Both Sides Of IssueDespite some passionate last-ditch pleas to sway opinion, the majority of the Ocean City Council on Monday approved on second and final reading a prohibition on electronic bikes, or e-bikes, on the Boardwalk, putting an end to the contentious issue.

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Worcester Co. Board of Elections approves voting centersThe Worcester County Board of Elections has approved four voting centers for Election Day.

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Bon Aviv Sells Grocery-Anchored Shopping Center in MarylandNeuman Commercial Group arranged the sale of the fully leased retail asset, positioned roughly the same distance from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore.

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Terrence Devillasee Charged, Accused Of Spraying Substance On Women At Owings Mills Grocery StoresA 38-year-old man has been charged following a series of incidents at grocery stores in Baltimore County in which women reported being sprayed with an unknown substance that made them feel dizzy, police said Friday.

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Maryland Department of Health launches virtual mental health first aid training for first respondersBALTIMORE, MD—The Maryland Department of Health this week announced the launch of a new virtual form of Mental Health First Aid.

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Easton High School student recognized for academic achievementsEASTON, Md.  An Easton High School senior is being honored for his academic achievements.

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Beaver Run students leave mark on their schoolSALISBURY, Md.  Even though students are learning virtually, they got to come in for one day to leave their mark on their school.

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Yannick Ngakoue made emotional call to mom after trade to RavensIt definitely was an emotional moment just letting her know that I was coming back home and that I was on the next flight to come back to Maryland, ” Ngakoue said Friday.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: 712 New Cases Reported, Hospitalizations FlatMaryland reported 712 new coronavirus cases and eight new deaths Friday as the positivity rate remained nearly flat, data from the state's health department showed.

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Hot Plate: Cindy Lou's Fish House and Monarque open, Sando in the Hando at The Charmery, white truffles appear on menus and moreThis week, the Baltimore restaurant scene is full of good news, including high profile openings, updated autumn menus, and fun collaborations.

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Feeling Isolated and Alone? Here's How Exercise Can Boost your Mental HealthFortunately, there is a proven method that can help combat the negative physical and, called exercise.

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Maryland Fall Foliage Report For October 23, 2020Welcome to the Fall Foliage Report for October 23, brought to you by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

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Maryland football: Three things to consider for the 2020 seasonWith the Terrapins' season just one day away, here are some things on our mind about this new-look team.

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4,300 fans will be welcome at M&T Bank Stadium for Ravens v. SteelersBALTIMORE — Following last week's order from Governor Larry Hogan allowing some fans to return to the stands for Ravens games, the team and Mayor Jack Young have agreed on a number.

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Mayor Jack Young Approves Plan Allowing Fans At M&T Bank Stadium For Ravens-Steelers GameThe next time the Baltimore Ravens take to the field for a home game, they'll be able to have fans in the stands.

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More Than 25% Of First-Class Mail Not Being Delivered On Time In Baltimore, Report FindsMore than one-quarter of all first-class mail in the Baltimore area is not being delivered on time, a report released this week by the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs found.

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Maryland Student-Athletes to Make Bold Statement about Racial JusticeMaryland will also debut new name-plates on their jerseys, helmet stickers and warm-up shirts to make personal statements about the fight for racial justice.

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UPDATE: Callaway Man Arrested for Impaired Driving After Running Off Roadway and Hitting Road SignsOn Sunday, October 11, 2020, at approximately 1:45 p.m., police responded to the area of Piney Point Road and Point Lookout Road in Callaway, and located Charles Edward Wise Jr,, 48, of Callaway...

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Do the Baltimore Ravens have the NFL's best pass rush now?The Baltimore Ravens made investments to improve its pass rush this offseason with success. Now they add Yannick Ngakoue and perhaps have the league's best.

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How Can Maryland Football Make Progress Amid Challenging Circumstances?The Maryland football team is facing a difficult schedule in 2020, but Big Ten Network football analysts Howard Griffith and J Leman believe the program can take steps forward during this unusual season even if the Terps don't pile up many victories.

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Maryland Weather: Dense Fog Advisory Friday Causes School DelaysA dense fog advisory is in effect until 10 a.m. for much of Maryland.

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State Roundup: Hogan announces $250M business relief fund from rainy day moneyGov. Larry Hogan announced a major coronavirus relief fund after the state's comptroller said it was urgently needed, a policy to check the temperatures of all Baltimore City voters at the polls is reconsidered and tweaked, and reopening schools continues to be a hot topic with Anne Arundel teachers and staff objecting and Howard County parents...

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Maryland football vs Northwestern: Everything to knowThe Terps open up the 2020 season with a trip to Evanston to take on the Wildcats.

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Friday Morning Headlines: What you should know for early voting; NAACP, Afro-American newspaper host mayoral debate; and moreEarly voting in Maryland begins Monday. Here's what to know. - The Baltimore Sun ‘Where Are The Results?

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In Their Own Words: Maryland Football Stands for Racial JusticeFor the opening game of the 2020 season, Maryland Football student-athletes will debut new name-plates on their jerseys, helmet stickers and warm-up shirts to make personal statements about the ongoing fight for social justice.

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Good Morning Maryland from the Calvert Hall College High School football teamCalvert Hall will take on Loyola-Blakefield this year in the 101st Turkey Bowl on Thanksgiving Day.

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Labor Department Reports 23K New Unemployment Claims In Maryland, Down From Previous WeekMaryland saw more than 23,000 new unemployment claims last week, the state's labor department reported Thursday.

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Email Security Threats and Data Leaks: How to Cope with Them?Security has always been an important aspect of using email. The data leak problems of the free email accounts traditionally cover two spheres: the software safety and the confidentiality concerns of the mailbox owner.

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At Least 7 Shot, 2 Fatally, Across Baltimore Between Wednesday Afternoon, Thursday MorningAt least seven people were shot across Baltimore between Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning, police reported.

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Coffee Talk Cafe in Towson says "We're Open Baltimore! "The cafe is located on Pennsylvania Avenue in Towson, and according to their Facebook page they are open Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m.

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Podcast: 2020 Maryland football season previewOur weekly podcast is officially back, with lots to discuss ahead of the Terps' first game of the season.

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How Maryland Is Processing A Record High Number Of Mail-In BallotsThe system of reviewing ballots for this election year dwarfs those of previous years because so many people are voting by mail.

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WWII Veteran From Maryland Goes Skydiving at 102, Checks It Off Bucket ListThis is what we call a leap of faith! At 102 years old, WWII veteran Vivian Millie Bailey had the thrill of a lifetime when she jumped out of a plane last Sunday.

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Maryland Teen's Song About Black Lives Matter Becomes Online HitAt 16 years old, Prince George's County student Christian Inman is already using this voice and musical talents to better the world.

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Multiple Maryland, Delaware, Virginia schools get 2-hour delay for fogWicomico County Public Schools will have a 2-hour delay Friday, Oct. 23,\u00a0for in-person learning, and no AM Prek at Delmar Elementary.

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Linebacker Yannick Ngakoue traded to the Baltimore RavensThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Maryland Department of Health launches virtual mental health first aid training for first respondersMaryland, which will be offered to firefighters, emergency medical technicians, and police, in partnership with the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services System.

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Maryland coronavirus updates: Aspirin helps lower risk of coronavirus deaths; 712 new casesSee below for a breakdown by county, according to the state health department, and go here to see charts and maps of the makeup of confirmed cases in the state.

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Man with self proclaimed foot fetish sprayed women with corn syrup at grocery storesREISTERSTOWN, Md. — A man accused of spraying a substance on women at multiple grocery stores has been identified and charged in three separate incidents, Baltimore County Police say.

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An Even Hotter Hot SauceBmoreArt 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 Teen's Song About Black Lives Matter Becomes Online HitAt 16 years old, Prince George's County student Christian Inman is already using this voice and musical talents to better the world.

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Team picked for $1.2bn schools contract in Maryland1 hour A consortium that includes Gilbane as contractor been chosen for a contract to design, build, finance, operate and maintain six public middle schools in the US state of Maryland.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: 712 New Cases Reported, Hospitalizations FlatMaryland reported 712 new coronavirus cases and eight new deaths Friday as the positivity rate remained nearly flat, data from the state's health department showed.

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How Are Maryland Schools Reopening? We've Got A Quick Guide  Maryland MattersAll Maryland public schools began the academic year virtually, and many have started to transition some students back into school buildings for in-person learning.

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Commissioners Move Quickly to Disseminate Broadband Assessment SurveyReliable internet access in St. Mary's County has been a top priority of the Commissioners, and on September 15, the Commissioners allocated $100,000 toward formally assessing local broadband capabilities.

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UPDATE: 19-Year-Old Arrested for Arson After Setting His Father's Vehicle in Nanjemoy on Fire in January, 2020Deputy State Fire Marshals have arrested a Virginia man in connection with setting his fathers vehicle on fire in Indian Head this past winter.

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Commissioners Approve $100,000 Grant for St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Youth Gun Violence PreventionThe Commissioners approved an award of $100,000 for the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office to fund youth gun violence prevention in the community.

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Charles Regional Medical Center Foundation Receives Grant from Rural Maryland Council for Telepharmacy ProgramTelepharmacy program is a pilot project that will deliver 24/7 medication management services to an estimated 300 patients that live in Charles, St. Mary's, Calvert, and Prince George's counties.

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Maryland football vs Northwestern preview: First game of 2020The Terps open up the 2020 season with a trip to Evanston to take on the Wildcats.

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Equity Task Force Announces Plans for First School-Based Health Centers in St. Mary's CountyThe St. Mary's County Equity Task Force is pleased to announce plans to establish the first two school-based health centers in St. Mary's County in order to promote equity in education, health and public safety.

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With a youthful roster, Maryland football looks for confidence and growthThe Terps open their season Saturday with a road matchup against Northwestern.

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Don't just repeal protections for Maryland cops. Defund and demilitarize them.Policing reform might be possible in Maryland, but it's still not enough.

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Maryland football commits to social justice messaging ahead of season openerMaryland football players will don new nameplates on their jerseys, warmup shirts and helmet stickers at their season opener against Northwestern to make statements about social justice issues, the athletics department announced Thursday.Â.

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Brew house next to fire station in PasadenaPASADENA, Md. — Sit down and let me pour you a coffee out of a freshly flushed fire hydrant.

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New Study Finds Taking Aspirin Significantly Lowers Risk Of Complications, Death In COVID-19 PatientsA new landmark study at the University of Maryland School of Medicine found that COVID-19 patients taking a daily, low-dose aspirin to protect against cardiovascular disease significantly lowered the risk of death and complications from COVID-19.

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Baltimore Mayoral Candidates Make Their Pitch To Voters At Virtual Forum Ahead Of ElectionThursday marked one of the last opportunities for voters to hear from Baltimore's mayoral candidates.

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Annapolis Native Travis Pastrana Jumps Car Over Ego Alley As Boat Passes BelowAnnapolis native and X Games competitor Travis Pastrana jumped a car over Ego Alley at City Dock on Thursday.

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Millions in relief aid on the way to Maryland restaurantsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced a new economic initiative on Thursday to help put local economies into second gear as the state tries to emerge from the doldrums prompted by the novel coronavirus.

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Parents, students rally in Howard Co. to push the board to reopen for in-person learningThe rally was held at the same time the board was meeting virtually to discuss the reopening plan.

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Top five things Ravens need to do during bye week: Sign or trade for a slot CBThe Baltimore Ravens are heading into their bye week with a near-perfect record of 5-1 even though they have played far from flawless to achieve it on both sides of the ball but especially on offense as of late.

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Mental health training program for first responders goes virtual in MarylandTraining that can better equip first responders to handle some of the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis is being offered online in Maryland.

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Code Purple Sussex County making meal changes and beefing up to-go bags for new seasonAs we head towards winter, Code Purple Sussex County is coming out with changes so they can continue to serve people during the pandemic.

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Fight to Save Our StagesCOLUMBIA, Md. — Some of the $250 million state funding announced by Gov. Larry Hogan will go towards an industry that has felt forgotten during the pandemic.

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Little Miner Taco Feeding Thousands Of Children During COVID-19 PandemicA Montgomery County taco restaurant is making sure no child goes hungry.

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Flat Calm Seas and Great FishingGet everything you need for inshore fishing at Atlantic Tackle! Another absolutely beautiful day today with.

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Lexington Park Man Arrested for Reckless Endangerment and Hand Gun Charges After "Gunfight" in Lexington ParkOn Monday, October 19, 2020 at approximately 5:42 p.m., police responded to a reported "gun fight" in the area of 46353 Columbus Drive in Lexington Park,.

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Maryland AmeriCorps Has Given Out 10K Pounds Of Food Amid Coronavirus PandemicMany people have stepped up to help their neighbor during the coronavirus pandemic, and that includes members of the Maryland AmeriCorps.

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Pastrana Completes Jump In His HometownTravis Pastrana has done a lot of things in his career but he checked a big item off his bucket list this morning.

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Frankenstein Is The Most Popular Horror Movie Villain, Study SaysEveryone has their favorite movie villains, but when it comes to horror films, preferences vary from state to state.

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Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Asking Property Owners To Plant Trees In Effort To Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Increase Tree CanopyIn an effort to reduce greenhouse gases and increase Baltimore County's tree canopy, county executive Johnny Olszewski is calling on property owners to plant more trees.

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COVID-19 decreased Maryland's air pollution, research showsCOLLEGE PARK — In the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, as stay-at-home orders took effect and more commuters worked from home or lost their jobs, air pollution dropped markedly in Maryland, according to a recent report from the University of Maryland and the state’s Department of the Environment.

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Maryland Football Players Will Wear Social Justice Messages On Jerseys In Season-OpenerFor the 2020 season-opener, Maryland Football players will debut new name-plates on their jerseys, helmet stickers and warm-up shirts to make personal statements about the fight for racial justice.

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Trump vs Biden: The Final Presidential Debate a€“ A Special Edition of 20/20-9:00pm ESTCategories: National Politics, National / World.

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Maryland Governor Announces $250M in Relief Funds for Struggling BusinessesThe package will provide grants and some loans to businesses including restaurants, entertainment venues and arts organizations.

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Cindy Lou's Fish House to open in BaltimoreBALTIMORE — A new waterfront restaurant serving up southern food is set to open in Baltimore.

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Vivian C. Millie Bailey Neighborhood Square ribbon cutting, park named after WWII veteran"I never would have imagined that I would receive such prestigious recognition. I'm happy that I have been able to do the things that I have done, to serve the things that I have done in the community and in the state."

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Body found in Howard County identified as man last seen 1 month agoInvestigators said Thursday that the Columbia, Maryland, man was last seen alive about a month ago but had not been reported missing.

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Thursday Afternoon Headlines: Gov. calls on remaining counties, city to move to stage 3; More Howard County residents request mail-in ballots; and morWhat We Can Learn From The BMA's Recent Deaccessioning Announcement - BmoreArt.

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Debate preview: Local professor speaks on mail-in ballot discussionsSALISBURY, Md.  Thursday night will be the final debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

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Maryland Student-Athletes to Make Bold Statement about Racial JusticeFor the 2020 season-opening game, Maryland Football student-athletes will debut new name-plates on their jerseys, helmet stickers and warm-up shirts to make personal statements about the fight for racial justice.

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Non-Profit 'The Well' Provides Women With Purpose, Life Skills As They Produce Bath, Body Products For 'Hon's Honey'Many of the women who come to the Well have survived some kind of trauma, exploitation, poverty or abuse.

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Downtown for Denny: Fundraiser planned to benefit beloved Salisbury restaurant ownerSALISBURY, Md.  This weekend the Salisbury community will once again rally around Denny Mogan, the owner of Mogans Oyster House who is battling ALS.

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Anne Arundel County announces COVID-19 relief programsCounty Executive Steuart Pittman announced the COVID Care Coordination Program, COVID Recovery and Grief Support Program, and the Water Bill Relief Program Thursday.

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Ravens activate veteran DT Brandon Williams off the ReserveThe Baltimore Ravens will be getting one of their key defensive starters back when they return to work following their Week Seven bye now that starting nose tackle Brandon Williams has been activated off the Reserve / COVID-19 list.

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Ghosts, goblins, and ghouls: Ocean City house decked out for HalloweenGhosts, skeletons, clowns, and more  thats what youll find at one house in Ocean City that is truly taking Halloween decorations to the next level.

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Governor Hogan Announces $250 Million ‘Maryland Strong: Economic Recovery Initiative'Governor Larry Hogan today announced the $250 million ‘Maryland Strong: Economic Recovery Initiative,' which will provide funding from the Rainy Day Fund to directly assist restaurants, small businesses, local entertainment venues, arts organizations, and Main Streets across the state.

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22-year-old man arrested and charged with murder in April shooting of 18-year-oldOn April 1, 18 year-old Gary Williams was shot in the 4700 block of Yellowwood Avenue in North Baltimore.

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Sabre Systems Going the Extra Mile to Prepare Our Next Generation of Technology ProfessionalsAs the Vice President of Human Resources for Sabre Systems, Inc., Deb Kliman is keenly aware of the skills and qualifications necessary to succeed in the technology industry.

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DNREC, U.S. Coast Guard continue oil spill clean up efforts in Sussex CountyClean up and recovery efforts are underway in Sussex County after a large oil spill washed ashore.

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Events at the Calvert Marine Museum in November, 2020October 22, 2020 – As colder weather approaches, the Calvert Marine Museum offers activities for all ages throughout the month.

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Dorchester County Public Schools supt. speaks on plan as buildings closeDorchester County Public Schools Superintendent David Bromwell shared details about the decision to close schools indefinitely because of the uptick in the countys COVID-19 positivity rate.

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NFL Trade Deadline: How Baltimore Ravens Could Cap Off RosterBaltimore Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta said his team is not done making moves on Thursday, so where might they turn next?

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Detectives Obtain Arrest Warrant For Largo Homicide Suspect; Search ContinuesPrince George's County Police detectives have obtained an arrest warrant for the suspect wanted for a fatal stabbing in Largo in September.

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Police: 18-year-old arrested for sex abuse of a juvenileLAUREL, Del.  An 18-year-old man is facing charges after police say an investigation showed he sexually abused a juvenile girl.

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New COVID-19 relief package announced for Maryland businessesGovernor Larry Hogan has announced a new $250 million relief package to provide assistance to businesses throughout Maryland that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Hon's Honey helping women survivors in BaltimoreBehind every label is the story of a survivor. A story of transformation. They've created a healing hive for women and with their annual fundraiser Friday, Hon's Honey wants to be able to reach even more.

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Baltimore Police Charge Suspect In Shooting Death Of 18-Year-Old Gary WilliamsBaltimore Police have arrested and charged a man who they believe is responsible for the shooting death of 18-year-old Gary Williams back in April.

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St. Mary's College Board Approves New Neuroscience MajorSt. Mary's College of Maryland's Board of Trustees met virtually Friday, October 16, beginning at 4:50 p.m.

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State will rpovide more funding for restaurants, venues, the arts and moreGovernor Larry Hogan today announced the $250 million ‘Maryland Strong: Economic Recovery Initiative,' which will provide funding from the state's Rainy.

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St. Mary's County Government Updates Pandemic Road to Recovery Following Governor's UpdateOn October 16, Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland Secretary of Health Robert Neall issued orders updating safe capacity limits for outdoor sporting and entertainment venues, while maintaining face covering requirements and strict public health protocols.

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Pepsi, National Urban League bring Black Restaurant Accelerator to 12 cities, including D.C.PepsiCo and the National Urban League this week announced plans for a Black Restaurant Accelerator, which looks to support existing and emerging Black restaurateurs in 12 cities, including the District and Baltimore.

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ACME teams up with 47ABC for Delmarva Delivers Food DriveSALISBURY, Md.  47 ABC teamed up with local food banks to collect and distribute food to those in need for the Delmarva Delivers Food Drive.

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Families in Maryland still struggling to obtain unemployment benefits7 On Your Side still receiving email after email from ABC7 viewers who are crying out for help to resolve their unemployment issues.

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Maryland Announces $250M in Relief for Small Businesses, RestaurantsMaryland's small businesses can expect relief soon, Gov. Larry Hogan says. The governor will draw $250 million from the state's rainy day fund for...

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Police Identify Body Of Man Found In Wooded Area In Columbia As 34-Year-Old Nahun Odilio Delgado-SanchezHoward County Police have identified the man whose body was recently found in a wooded area in Columbia.

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Those with no family history of breast cancer may still be at riskAs common as breast cancer is  about one in eight women will be diagnosed in their lifetime  there still are misconceptions about the disease.

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Calvert County Sheriff's Office Warns of "Spoofing" Scam CallsThe Calvert County Sheriff's Office has been made aware of recent "spoofing" or scam calls involving the Federal Reserve Bank wanting to collect money and attempting to obtain personal information from citizens.

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Funeral homes plan to offer free limousine rides to the polls on Election DayBALTIMORE — Some voters may be riding in style when they cast their vote on Election Day, courtesy of local funeral homes who offering up their limousines.

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Motorcyclist Killed In Crash In Berwyn Heights, Prince George's County Police SayPolice in Prince George's County are investigating after a motorcyclist was killed in a crash in Berwyn Heights.

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Oct. 22A COVID-19 vaccine could be ready for review as early as November, according to the head of Operation Warp Speed.

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Frederick County Public Libraries Celebrates Halloween With 'Curbside In Costume'Frederick County Public Libraries is keeping the spirit of Halloween alive amid the coronavirus pandemic with "Curbside in Costume."

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Hogan: Md. will provide an extra $250 million in funds to help the state's businessesGov. Larry Hogan said Thursday that the state is providing an additional $250 million in funds to help businesses that have suffered due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Race-Day Clenbuterol Could be Barred in MarylandClenbuterol that is detectable in any amount on race day could be on its way out in 2021 for Thoroughbreds and Standardbreds in Maryland.

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Sussex Co. inmates file $400 million lawsuit against DOC, Governor CarneyGEORGETOWN, Del.  Nearly 70 inmates are accusing the state of Delaware of failing to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the states correctional facilities.

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Garrett County Public Schools Announces Classroom Outbreak Of COVID-19Garrett County Public Schools announced Thursday that two individuals in the same classroom at a northern elementary school have tested positive for COVID-19.

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Obituaries a€“ October 23, 2020Alvin Philip. Wendling OCEAN CITY - Al Wendling AKA "Popeye" or "Pop" Wendling, age 84, left this world to be with his Lord Jesus Christ on Oct.

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New Library Branch Will Not Find Home On Donated LandThe Worcester County Library will not pursue plans for a new branch on a lot in downtown Pocomoke after learning the results of an environmental study.

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Cops and Courts a€“ October 23, 2020Couple Arrested For Hotel Fracas OCEAN CITY - A Maryland couple was arrested on various charges last week after allegedly causing a scene at a midtown.

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Worcester Libraries Mulling Limited Reopening To PatronsAs the library works through the phases of its reopening plan, officials this week discussed when and how its branches would reopen to the public in a limited capacity.

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County's Decision On Casino Property SignificantThe Worcester County Commissioners made a major decision this week in approving a text amendment creating a casino entertainment district.

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Berlin To Begin Providing Historic District InsightsA new practice at town hall will help ensure that homeowners are aware if their properties are within the town's historic district.

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Snow Hill Property Rezoning Request ApprovedThe Worcester County Commissioners this month agreed to rezone 55 acres off Nassawango Road in Snow Hill.

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10th Annual Autumn Home Show, Art and Craft Fair Kicks Off FridayThe 10th Annual Autumn Home and Condo Show and Art and Craft Fair returns this weekend to the Roland E. Powell Convention Center on 40th Street.

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New Berlin Elected Officials Participate In OrientationThe town's department heads shared their challenges and accomplishments with Berlin's newly elected officials during an orientation this week.

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