Consumer Group Warns Against Counterfeit And Dangerous Toys Ahead Of The Holiday SeasonA new report says consumers need to protect themselves against sellers on popular third-party websites such as Amazon, Walmart Marketplace and eBay offering counterfeit toys with potentially hazardous materials or items that have been recalled.
Maryland Restaurant Week, Returning For Second Year, Kicks Off Sept. 17Founded last year to help eateries suffering from the crippling effects of the pandemic, Maryland Restaurant Week is returning for 10 days of special menus and deals across the state, the Restaurant Association of Maryland announced.
Price Rite Holding On-The-Spot Interviews At All MD Locations September 22Candidates can visit any Shop Rite from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and ask to speak with a hiring manager to get an on-the-spot interview.
Baltimore DPW To Resume Bulk Trash, White Goods Collection On Modified ScheduleThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works will resume the collection of bulk trash and old appliances on Saturday Oct. 2, Mayor Brandon Scott announced on Wednesday.
Mission Escape Rooms Pledges Thursday Sales Toward Tornado Relief In Anne Arundel CountyMission Escape Rooms is donating 100% of its sales this Thursday to those affected by the storms.
Dick's Sporting Goods Plans 'National Signing Day' For Seasonal Work, Looks To Hire 210 Workers In Baltimore AreaDick's Sporting Goods will hold a "National Signing Day" on Sept. 15 as the company looks to hire 210 seasonal workers in Baltimore area stores.
Baltimore Humane Society To Host Party In The Park On Oct. 9The Baltimore Humane Society will host the second Party In the Park, an outdoor concert with vendors, food trucks and family friendly activities, on Oct. 9, the organization announced on Thursday.
Voting Opens To Name UMD Police Department's Comfort DogUMPD says the chocolate brown puppy loves to sleep, cuddle and play.
Maryland SPCA Running Low On Supplies, Seeking Donations For DogsThe animal rescue said towels and soft dog treats are in short supply
Ford Issues Recall On Some F-150 TrucksFord Motor Company is issuing a recall on some 2021 Ford F-150 vehicles.
OktoBEARfest Returns To The Maryland Zoo With Over 50 Beers On TapThe Maryland Zoo announced that "OktoBEARfest, presented by Chase," is returning this year, and tickets are on sale Monday.
Harford County Humane Society To Waive Adoption Fees August 23 to 31The Humane Society of Harford County's "Clear the Shelters Week" is being held August 23-31, and adoption fees for all pets are waived for the event.
Baltimore City Schools Holds Bus Driver Hiring FairBaltimore City Schools is holding a bus driver hiring fair Thursday morning ahead of the 2021 school year.
Anne Arundel County Highlights Job Resources For Unemployed With Benefits Set To EndAnne Arundel County official launched a new website Tuesday to outline job resources for unemployed residents whose benefits are set to expire on Sept. 4.
Baltimore County Public Library Debuts Mobile Library Law Center, Aims To Reach Underserved ResidentsThe Baltimore County Public Library is hitting the road to debut its Mobile Library Law Center