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Baltimore County Public Schools Closed Wednesday Due To 'Ransomware Cyber Attack'Baltimore County Public Schools will be closed on Wednesday, November 25, 2020.
UMMS Survey Finds Many Marylanders Not Changing Thanksgiving Plans, But Still Plan To Get COVID-19 VaccineA new survey from the University of Maryland Medical System found that more than four in 10 Marylanders are unwilling to change their in-person Thanksgiving or other holiday plans but still plan to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID Enforcement Crackdown In Maryland As Deaths Rise To Level Not Seen Since June, Concern Over Hospital Capacity GrowsThe surge in COVID-19 cases in Maryland is not letting up with 1,667 new infections and 32 more deaths in a single day. The number of deceased has not been this high since June.
Baltimore County Hiring Social Distancing Task Force Workers Ahead Of Increased COVID-19 Restriction EnforcementJust ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, Maryland is stepping up enforcement of COVID-19 restrictions during a time when people usually gather and socialize.
Car With 8-Year-Old Inside Stolen Tuesday Afternoon; Child Found Safe, Baltimore Police SayBaltimore Police are investigating after a car with a child inside was stolen on Tuesday afternoon. 
Avril Haines, Former Baltimore Bookstore Owner, Among President-Elect Biden's Cabinet Position PicksPresident-elect Joe Biden announced Tuesday his first cabinet position picks. Among them, Avril Haines, the first woman to serve as Director of National Intelligence.

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Avril Haines, Former Baltimore Bookstore Owner, Among President-Elect Biden's Cabinet Position PicksPresident-elect Joe Biden announced Tuesday his first cabinet position picks. Among them, Avril Haines, the first woman to serve as Director of National Intelligence.
Governors, Including Larry Hogan, Meet With Joe Biden, Kamala Harris To Discuss COVID-19 ResponseGov. Larry Hogan joined a video conference Thursday with President-elect Joe Biden, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and other leaders to discuss the ongoing fight against COVID-19.
Baltimore City Elections Officials: 2020 General Election Certified WednesdayBaltimore City Elections officials said the 2020 General Election was certified Wednesday afternoon.  
‘We’re In The Middle Of a War’: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Concerned Rocky Presidential Transition Will Hurt COVID-19 FightGovernor Larry Hogan had strong words Monday about the danger Maryland still faces from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nearly 2 Dozen Arrested In 'Million MAGA March' Protests Supporting Trump In DCDemonstrations over President Donald Trump's loss at the polls have resulted in charges against nearly two dozen people in Washington, including a person accused of setting off a commercial firework and four people accused of an assault that left the victim unconscious on the street.
Biden Readies Sweeping Policy Shifts On COVID, Economy, Immigration And MorePresident-elect Joe Biden established himself on the campaign trail as the antonym to President Donald Trump when it came to key policy stances, promising strong responses to the coronavirus pandemic, climate change, criminal justice, immigration and health care.