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87% Of Baltimore Residents Surveyed Want To See Big Jump Protected Path Become PermanentAn overwhelming majority of residents surveyed want to keep the Big Jump, a separated path connecting the Reservoir Hill and Remington neighborhoods, the Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced Wednesday. 
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26-Year-Old Maryland Woman Says She Killed 92-Year-Old Roommate Nancy Anne Frankel, Police SayA 26-year-old Maryland woman was charged with first-degree murder after she admitted to killing her 92-year-old roommate, Montgomery County police said. Geoff Petrulis reports.
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The Milton Inn In Baltimore County Set To ReopenThe 7--year-old landmark in Baltimore County is set to reopen.
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Baltimore County Public Schools To Require Masking For Students, Staff & VisitorsBaltimore County Public Schools announced that they will require masking for students, staff and visitors for the 2021-2022 school year. The order for masks to be worn on busses will also continue.
Emergent Biosolutions To Resume Production Of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 VaccineThe FDA announced that they will allow Emergent BioSolutions to resume production of the Johnson and Johnson covid-19 vaccine on Thursday.
COVID-19 In Maryland: July 29, 2021 (Noon Update)The latest on the coronavirus in Maryland.
Maryland Weather: Potential Severe Weather ThursdayMaryland is under an enhanced risk for severe weather on Thursday.
More Than 80% Of Eligible Howard County Residents Now Fully Vaccinated For COVID-19More than 80% of eligible Howard County residents are fully vaccinated for COVID-19, County Executive Calvin Ball announced Wednesday, citing state metrics.
Baltimore County Animal Control Services Resumes Services After Distemper Outbreak Forced ClosureThe Baltimore County Animal Services has resumed adopting animals after it closed earlier this month due to a distemper outbreak when 48 dogs were seized from a White Hall Home.
Essex Man David Hass Convicted Of Child Abuse In Death of 2-Year-Old BoyA Baltimore County jury on Wednesday convicted an Essex man of child abuse leading to the death of his then-girlfriend’s 2-year-old son.
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Pop-Up Block Parties Disrupt North Baltimore NeighborhoodCity Police are investigating numerous complaints of teen pop-up parties in North Baltimore, some drawing more than 300 people.
Health Officials Push For More To Get Vaccinated During Summer SurgeLess than half of people in Baltimore City are fully vaccinated. Dondrick Ford said he is one of those who remains hesitant. “I’m not even going to lie to you, I’m not vaccinated, but I am going to get vaccinated,” Ford told WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren.

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