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Baltimore County Fire Department Hopes To Recruit Diverse Applicants For Firefighter Jobs
The Baltimore County Fire Department is hiring and they're looking for a diverse base of applicants.
2 Child Flu Deaths Reported This Season, Maryland Health Department Says
Flu season is in full swing and now the Maryland Department of Health is reporting the first two child flu deaths of the season.
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PG County Police Officer Recorded Video Showing Aftermath Of Fight Appearing To Involve Former NBA Player Delonte West, Police Say
Prince George's County Police Department officials are investigating after a video showing the aftermath of a fight appearing to involve a former NBA player was allegedly recorded by one of its police officers and ended up on social media.
Terrell Suggs Among Those With Maryland Ties Playing In Super Bowl 54
Although the Ravens will not be playing in Super Bowl 54, there will still be coaches and players representing the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs who have Maryland ties.
Super Bowl Exhibit Will Feature Replica Neighborhood With Models For Each NFL Team
Representing the Ravens is "Poe Manor," a purple and black model home.
No. 20 Maryland Women Beat 17th-Ranked Indiana 76-62
Shakira Austin scored 20 of her 22 points in the second half, Taylor Mikesell had 16 points and eight assists and No. 20 Maryland beat 17th-ranked Indiana 76-62 on Monday night.
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Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Tuesday Afternoon Forecast
The cold sticks around for Tuesday but a warmup will come later in the week.
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Tuesday Morning Weather With Marty Bass
Sunny but chilly, with high's in the upper 30's.
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Maryland Weather: Cold Continues Tuesday, Then Milder
The cold weather has settled into Baltimore.
10th Cold Weather-Related Death Reported In Maryland During 2019-2020 Season
A tenth person has died due to cold weather in Maryland during the 2019-2020 reporting period, the latest report from the state's health department shows.
Ministry Of Brewing: Former St. Michael's Church To Open As Baltimore's Newest Brewery
Inside the old St. Michael's Church is the city's newest brewery, which is set to open in a few weeks.
Celebrate Lunar New Year At One Of These Top Chinese Restaurants In Baltimore
If you’re looking for a feast to celebrate the Year of the Rat with friends and family, Hoodline has crunched the numbers to find the top Chinese restaurants in Baltimore, based on Yelp ratings and our own methodology. Happy Lunar New Year!
Howard County's Restaurant Week Kick Off Monday
Foodies in the Baltimore area have another chance to try some new restaurants or enjoy an old favorite: Howard County Restaurant Weeks officially kicked off Monday.
Your Guide To The 3 Most Popular Spots In Baltimore's Mount Washington Neighborhood
Looking to uncover all that Mount Washington has to offer?
Attention Foodies: Baltimore County Restaurant Week Kicks Off Friday
Good news for all you foodies; 62 restaurants in Baltimore County will be serving up mouth-watering meals and divine deals for restaurant week.
Maryland Zoo's Mary The Otter Celebrates 20th Birthday
Mary the otter at The Maryland Zoo celebrated a special milestone Thursday -- her 20th birthday!
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TSA Officials Screened More Than Half A Million Passengers At BWI Over The Holiday Season
Transportation Security Administration screened nearly 570,000 passengers at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport over the holiday season, an agency spokesperson said Friday.
BWI Airport Goes Purple Ahead Of Ravens' Playoff Run
Ravens fans heading to Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport will see some team spirit when they go to pick up or drop off their loved ones.
WJZ's Annual Black History Oratory Competition 2020
WJZ’s Annual Black History Oratory Competition begins on January 1, 2020 and is open to all Maryland high school students in grades 9-12.
How To Register For A Mammogram If You Missed The Mammothon
One in eight women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime, but mammograms can find cancer early, when it is most treatable.
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Medical Device Maker ACell, Inc. Pleads Guilty And Will Pay $15M To Resolve Criminal Charges And Civil False Claims Allegations
ACell, Inc. (ACell) a Maryland-based medical device manufacturer, pleaded guilty to charges relating to its MicroMatrix powder wound-dressing product.