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Mayor Brandon Scott Signs Bill Allowing Digital Billboards In Parts Of DowntownBaltimore could soon light up like Times Square.
Annapolis Couple Indicted On National Security Charges In West VirginiaOfficials announced Tuesday that Jonathan and Diana Toebbe were indicted today by a Grand Jury in Elkins, West Virginia, on national security charges.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools Facing Staffing Shortages- From teachers to food service workers to custodians, Anne Arundel County Public School leaders say the district is struggling to fill open roles.
FDA Expected To Approve J&J, Moderna Covid Booster Shots, ‘Mix and Match’ DosesThe agency is also expected to allow mixing and matching of different vaccines.
Baltimore Buzz: Sunday Yoga!Here's what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Evening WeatherMeteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Evening Weather
Schools Districts Address Staffing ShortagesAnne Arundel County Public Schools is set to host a hiring fair.
Montgomery Co. Getting Close To Dropping Indoor Mask MandateOfficials said the indoor mask mandate could be dropped very soon.
Federal Low Interest Loans Available For Those Impacted By Hurricane IdaOfficials announced that those impacted by Hurricane Ida can now apply for low interest loans.
Mayor Brandon Scott's Fall 'Clean Where You Live' Scheduled For Saturday, Oct. 23The citywide day of cleaning encourages residents to clean up loose litter around their homes and alleyways. Officials said more than 100 residents are registered so far.
Jimmie, Reportedly Oldest Living Male Giraffe In The US, In 'Hospice Care' At Plumpton Park ZooJimmie has been a part of the zoo in Rising Sun for 25 years. He lived to his old age despite a hoof problem, an issue the zoo said can be life-threatening for the long-legged mammals.
Baltimore County Police Investigating Several ATM TheftsPolice in Baltimore County investigating multiple ATM thefts.
Unemployed Workers Union Continue Push For Unpaid BenefitsThe Unemployed Workers Union is continuing its push for the payment of unemployment benefits that they say have not been provided to thousands of Marylanders.
Edgewood Man, 27, Charged With Manslaughter In Deadly Hit-And-RunAn Edgewood man faces charges in the hit-and-run crash Monday in Harford County that killed a pedestrian, authorities said Tuesday.
Sheetz Raises Tuition Assistance For Employees to $5,250 AnnuallyMoving forward, employees enrolled in the company’s college tuition reimbursement program can get reimbursed up to $5,250 a year, or $2,625 each semester.
Police Investigating ATM Thefts In Baltimore CountyPolice in Baltimore County are working to learn if the cases are connected.
Two Correction Officers Plead Guilty In Racketeering SchemeTwo correctional officers have pled guilty to a drug-smuggling scheme.
268 Homicides In Baltimore So Far This Year Including Multiple TeenagersOne of those victims was 15-year-old Ja'Nyi Weeden. Police arrested a teenager in connection to her death.

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