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Slamming Baltimore, Gov. Hogan Lays Out $150 Million 'Re-fund The Police' PlanLashing out at the "defund the police" movement, Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday announced that Maryland will invest an additional $150 million in law enforcement as part of his "re-fund the police" initiative.
Baltimore Police Union Advises Officers To Not Disclose Their Vaccination Status Ahead Of City's MandateIt is an attempt to delay the start of this mandate until they can get more clarity on the city’s policy.
FDA Committee Recommends Boosters For Johnson & Johnson, Final Authorization Could Come Next WeekA month after an FDA panel approved a booster for the Pfizer vaccine, that panel late this week unanimously recommended the same for other vaccines--Thursday for Moderna and Friday the Johnson & Johnson single-shot.
Baltimore County Public Schools Feeling The Impact Of Nationwide Teacher ShortageSchool leaders say because of the size of the district, they’re always recruiting new workers and that they hire between 600 and 800 teachers a year because of vacancies.
Local Woman To Digitally Archive Black Lives Matter Memorial At Enoch Pratt Free LibraryAfter standing for months, the wall was taken down earlier this year but now, Nadine Seiler, wants to make sure those messages live on.
Veteran Charged With Fraudulently Obtaining $1M By Allegedly Falsely Claiming To Be ParaplegicA U.S. Army veteran from Windsor Mill was arrested Thursday for allegedly fraudulently obtaining more than $1 million in Veterans and Social Security Administration benefits by falsely claiming he was a paraplegic, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Maryland.

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Baltimore Rock Opera Society And Maryland Zoo Partner On 'Monster World: Zoo Quest' Interactive FundraiserThe Baltimore Rock Opera Society and Maryland Zoo are partnering on "Monster World: Zoo Quest," a fundraiser that takes attendees through an interactive tour of the zoo grounds to see monsters from previous rock operas in their "natural habitat."
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Relocates Another Show Citing Strathmore Labor DisputeThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is relocating yet another show due to a labor dispute between management and the union representing employees in the ticket office at the Music Center at Strathmore.
Baltimore Artist Stephen Towns Featured In Smithsonian's National Museum Of African American History And CultureEach one of the portraits are of people from West Africa who were taken from their homes and forced into the Middle Passage Atlantic slave trade.
Baltimore Open Studio Tour Offers A Behind-The-Scenes Look At How Artists Make Their WorkThe Baltimore Open Studio Tour, an annual event now in its 33rd year, is part of Free Fall Baltimore. The public can meet with local artists, see their creative process and buy some of their work.
B&O Railroad Museum Recognized As Underground Railroad SiteThe B&O Railroad Museum has been recognized by the National Parks Service as a Network to Freedom Underground Railroad Site, the museum announced on Tuesday.
Construction Set To Begin On New Performance Space Next To Hippodrome TheatreConstruction is set to begin this fall on a new performance and event space next to the Hippodrome Theatre that will allow the arts complex to host more shows and cater to smaller performing arts groups.

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'Tactless Finger Pointing': Baltimore Officials Push Back On Hogan's Criticisms Of The City During 'Re-Fund The Police' AnnouncementBaltimore City officials did not take the Gov. Larry Hogan's criticism lightly, with some arguing that more police officers are not the solution to the city's crime woes. Here's a rundown of some of the responses.
Jill Biden Out To Flex Political Muscle In Governors' RacesFirst lady Jill Biden is set to campaign Friday for Democrats in governors' races in Virginia and New Jersey, her most overt foray into politics since arriving at the White House nine months ago.
WJZ Exclusive: Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Says He'll Take Wearing Masks 'To The Next Level'Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott remains in quarantine at home, two days after he tested positive twice for COVID-19.
Maryland's Congressional Democrats Call On State To Use $2.5B Surplus To 'Support Those Who Need It Most'In a joint statement, Maryland's Congressional Democrats called on the state to use its $2.5 billion budget surplus to "support those who need it most," with many families facing eviction and struggling to pay childcare.
Gov. Hogan's Former Chief Of Staff Roy McGrath Indicted On Fraud And Embezzlement ChargesGov. Larry Hogan's former chief of staff, Roy McGrath, was indicted on federal fraud charges Tuesday after he received a severance payment of more than $200,000 to leave another state job, and allegedly represented that Hogan had approved it.
Maryland Attorney General Frosh Offers Support For DOJ Challenge Of Texas Abortion LawMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on Wednesday offered his support for the Department of Justice's challenge of the new Texas law that bans abortions after six weeks.