3 Suspects Wanted For Allegedly Robbing Rite Aid Pharmacy In Glen BurniePolice are searching for three suspects who allegedly robbed a Rite Aid in Glen Burnie on Wednesday.
4 Suspects Rob Rite Aid In Queen Anne's County, Pepper Spray Store Clerks, Sheriff's Office SaysPolice are searching for four men they say robbed a Rite Aid in Queen Anne's County Monday night.
Coronavirus Resources: Rite Aid Adds 2 COVID-19 Testing Sites In BaltimoreThe self-swab sites will be located at 5624 Baltimore National Pike and 5804 Ritchie Highway, and they will be open starting May 11. 
Baltimore City Police Release Video In Fourth Officer-Involved Shooting In 2019The suspect has been identified as 24-year-old John Feggins from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Sheriff's Office Says Rite-Aid Shooter Had Acute Schizophrenia The Harford County Sheriff's Office said 26-year-old Snochia Moseley had been diagnosed with acute schizophrenia.
Rite-Aid Shooting Victim's Wife Writes: 'Sunday Was A Special Person'The wife of Sunday Aguda, one of the shooting victims in the Rite-Aid warehouse shooting this past week, wrote a note to the world about her husband. 
'If You Are Struggling Tonight, Reach Out And Ask For Help': Vigil Remembers Shooting VictimsThe candlelight vigil was meant to represent light in the midst of darkness. They remembered Brindra Giri, Sunday Agunda and Haylee Reyes.
Elderly Man Calls 911 After Getting Locked Inside Rite Aid On ChristmasIt was just before 5 p.m. on Christmas Day when an elderly man walked into the Rite Aid on 23 Mile Road in New Baltimore to check his blood pressure near the pharmacy.
Rite Aid Employee Shot In Leg During Robbery; Suspect SoughtAn early morning robbery at a Baltimore Rite Aid ended with an employee shot and a suspect on the loose.
Rite Aid Damaged In Riot Reopening TuesdayA sign of rebirth in one Baltimore City community. A pharmacy looted and heavily damaged during the Baltimore riots reopens. It's something nearby residents desperately need.
13 Pharmacies Closed After Riots, Health Department Offers Help With PrescriptionsThe Baltimore City Health Department is trying to ensure prescription medicine is available to resident impacted by the civil unrest.