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- 1,000 Horseshoe Casino Employees Report For First Day All along, the Horseshoe Casino said its business would bring jobs to Baltimore. Well, 1,000 employees started Monday.
- Mayor Cuts The Ribbon To Baltimore City's 1st New Rec Center In 10 Years It’s the first new recreation center in the city in nearly a decade, and the mayor was on hand to help cut the ribbon Monday morning.
- Can't Beat It? Eat It: Snakehead Fish Becomes State Trophy The invasive snakehead fish from Asia that's been thriving in Maryland waters, has been given a makeover into a state trophy fish.
- Swimmer Training In Baltimore Hopes To Make History Three Americans hope to make history by becoming the first trio of siblings to swim across the English Channel at the same time.
- Students Live Tiny Building Mini Houses To Learn About Sustainability In the past 50 years, the average size of the American home was doubled. Bigger means more resources are used.
- Bringing Home Military War Dogs A Priority For Nonprofit Group An effort is underway to bring home some of the most dedicated heroes in the U.S. military.
- Future Careers In Law Enforcement May Begin With Explorers Summer Camp A future career in law enforcement for some Baltimore youngsters could begin with a day at summer camp.
- Preschoolers To Sing National Anthem At Iron Birds Game The words of the national anthem may be some of the hardest to master, but one Harford County preschool has the historic lyrics down.
- World’s Top Pro Golfers Arrive At Caves Valley For Chance At A New Crown The best professional golfers from eight countries have arrived here in Baltimore.
- Md. Students Compete For A Chance To Pitch Original Business Ideas Homegrown talent. A two-week class designed to encourage and educate young business owners ends with a competition to pitch their ideas.
- Baltimore's Artscape Festival Is This Weekend It's officially here---the largest free arts festival in America! Artscape is expected to attract more than a quarter million people.
- Inner Harbor Training Exercises Help First Responders Prepare For Disaster Dozens of first responders and rescue boats converged on the Inner Harbor Wednesday morning in a first-of-its-kind training exercise. The drill was designed to prepare rescue crews on how to respond to not just a small boating accident, but a major...