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Wegmans Hosting Job Fair, Aims To Hire 300 People In MarylandThe grocery store chain has more than 300 openings at its eight Maryland stores, including part-time roles in its merchandising, front-end, culinary, pharmacy and perishable departments.
Man Accused Of Killing DoorDash Delivery Driver In Prince George's County ArrestedPolice announced that they have made an arrest in the murder of a DoorDash delivery driver.
Hogan Pushes Booster Shots As State Prepares To Vaccinate ChildrenGovernor Larry Hogan encouraged people to get their booster shots: Everyone 65 and older and those 18 and older with risky jobs or underlying health conditions are eligible.
New Marriott Hotel Set To Open Next Month In Owings MillsThe hotel will start taking reservations in late November.
Cell Phone Video Captures Sex Act In Woodlawn High School ClassParents learned of the incident Oct. 8 through a letter sent home by Principal Jamel Jernigan, who said the school’s administration and law enforcement are looking into what happened in that classroom.
At Least 10 Shot, 1 Killed, Over The Weekend In BaltimoreBaltimore City police say they are still looking for leads in several cases of violence from over the weekend.
State Agencies Assist Family After Their Toddler Tests Positive For Lead PoisoningA Dundalk family’s toddler tested positive for lead poisoning after they moved into a newly renovated home.
Cell Phone Video Captures Sex Act In Woodlawn High School ClassA video clip circulating on social media that appears to show a sex act involving two students in a Woodlawn High School classroom is under investigation.
Rabid Coyote Attacked Man & Dog In Baltimore County, Health Officials Say A coyote that attacked a person and their dog on a Baltimore County hiking trail Wednesday tested positive for rabies, officials confirmed Monday.
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Kennedy Krieger's Festival Of Trees To Return In NovemberAfter going virtual last year, Kennedy Krieger's Festival Trees is set to return in November with a mix of in-person and online activities.
ATM Theft Reported In HighlandtownPolice are investigating another ATM theft.
At Least 10 Shot & 1 Killed In Baltimore Since FridayPolice are investigating several shootings in Baltimore over the weekend.
Northrop Grumman Employees Protest Federal MandateA group of employees at Northrop Grumman gathered again Monday to protest the federal vaccine mandate.
Gov. Hogan Outlines Plan To Vaccinate Children Against COVID-19, Pushes Booster Shots As Key Metrics DeclineMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday said the state is preparing to vaccinate hundreds of thousands of children against COVID-19 in anticipation of CDC authorization of vaccines for 5- to 11-year-olds.
Health Officials: Coyote That Attacked Man & Dog In Baltimore County Had RabiesA coyote that attacked a person and their dog on a Baltimore County hiking trail Wednesday tested positive for rabies, officials confirmed Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Maryland Weather: Warm With A Chance Of Storms The Storm Prediction Center has the state of Maryland at a “Marginal” risk for severe storms from the mid later afternoon through 8 P.M. We are; somewhat cloudy this warm and humid morning. It will not take a lot of sun to get the atmosphere unstable. And we do have times of sun in our day’s forecast.
HealthWatch: Virtual Lung Cancer Screenings Just As Effective As In Person, Study FindsThe latest in health and fitness news.
Dead Woman Shot Multiple Times Found In Burned Car In BaltimoreBaltimore Police are investigating the car fire as a homicide.
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Two Women Shot At Severn Basketball CourtTwo women were shot at a Severn basketball court Sunday night, Anne Arundel County Police said.
Northrup Grumman Employees Continue Protest Over Vaccine MandateThe employees protested outside the company's Sykesville facility Monday
Rise In Teen Girls With 'Tic-Like' Behaviors Could Be Linked To TikTok, Doctors SayA rise in teen girls developing “tic-like” behaviors could be linked to TikTok, along with an increase in anxiety and depression, resulting in symptoms similar to Tourette’s syndrome, doctors say. Katie Johnston reports.
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