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Archbishop William Lori gives his back-to-school blessing to 1,200 Catholic school educators.
Whether you’re a student getting excited for back-to-school shopping or a parent looking for the easy way out of this annual chore, this guide will lead you to the best bargains for school supplies, clothing and haircuts in Baltimore. Keep it stress free by creating a plan and mapping out a low-traffic route. Grab a snack beforehand and plan on lunch if you’re taking the kids. It’s OK to make a few trips, marathon shopping is stressful and the best area shops are worth a few hours each.
Maryland state Comptroller Peter Franchot is in Hagerstown to promote an upcoming week of tax-free shopping.
Baltimore Ravens’ Ray Rice partnered with the non-profit Diakon Kathryn’s Kloset to collect enough backpacks and supplies to hand out to more than a thousand kids.
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