'Thought It Was My Body, My Choice': Northrop Grumman Employees Protest Vaccine MandateStarting December 8, more than 100 million federal employees and contractors are subject to the vaccine requirement ordered by the president. 
Vaccine Mandate Creates Friction Between Baltimore And Its Police & Fire UnionsEveryone who works for the city of Baltimore must now provide proof they’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19, or else they’ll be required to undergo routine testing under a new city policy.
Vaccine Policy For Baltimore City Employees Begins MondayIt's the latest stringent approach to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and reaching the vaccine-hesitant population.
First African American To Lead The Maryland National Guard Was Honored After 38-Years Of Service Major General, retired Linda Signh, the 29th adjutant general of Maryland and the first African American and the first woman to lead the Maryland national guard had her official portrait unveiled at the brand new readiness center in Sykesville.
Baltimore County Urges People To Get Vaccinated With Super Weekend Flu ClinicThe flu season is fast approaching and health officials are warning of a possible "Twindemic" of both COVID-19 and the flu, especially during the winter months, making vaccination against both diseases more important than ever. 
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.
Columbia Community Collects Winter Coats For Afghan Refugees Settling In Maryland AreaElsie Joel-Morse says over the past two weeks, thanks to word of mouth and dozens of generous hearts, she's been able to gather close to 1,000 winter coats for Afghan refugees housed at the Quantico Marine Base in Virginia.
Girl, 8, Beats Deadly Condition Tied to COVID-19 At Johns Hopkins Children's CenterMIS-C is a serious medical condition that can cause inflammation in major organs like the lungs, kidney and brain.
Maryland Man Charged In University Of Delaware Student's Attack Goes Free On BailBrandon Freyre, 20, of Arnold, is charged with kidnapping, assault and strangulation in the Oct. 8 beating at his off-campus apartment, according to court records.
Brazen Thieves Targeting ATMs In Baltimore City & Baltimore County, Police SayPolice in Baltimore City and Baltimore County are searching for some brazen thieves targeting ATMs overnight.
Baltimore County Residents Outraged After Losing Running Water For 48 HoursResidents in the Belmont South Community in Nottingham are furious because they went without water for days.
Port Backups And Other Supply Chain Issues Highlight Truck Driver ShortageWhether it’s groceries, cars or clothes, products are getting backed up in ports on the coast because there are no truck drivers to pick them up and take them to their destination, threatening a crisis going into the holiday season.