COVID-19 In Maryland: March 18, 2021 (Noon Update)

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Baltimore Buzz: Domino Sugar Sign Going Back Up And There Are MemesHere's what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Bob Turk Has Your Tuesday Night ForecastThe latest look at the weather in Baltimore, Maryland.
Blk Swan Opens In Harbor EastThere's a new eatery in Baltimore.
Man Charged In Glen Burnie Rape Case, Police Looking For More VictimsAnne Arundel County Police charged a man in the rape of a woman in a Glen Burnie parking lot last month.
'Don't Panic' | Maryland Officials Have Contingency Plans Should Colonial Pipeline Hack Cause Gas ShortagesMaryland officials say drivers should proceed as normal despite the Colonial Pipeline Hack effects on gas prices.
Howard County Extends Number Of Guests Allowed At Graduation To 4Howard County will allow more family members to attend high school graduations.
Anne Arundel County Officials Discuss Vaccination Plan For ChildrenAnne Arundel County officials rolled out a vaccination plan children now that Pfizer has been approved for emergency use for kids 12 and up.
National Women's History Museum Asking To Submit Women To Be On QuarterThe National Women's History Museum is asking for people to nominate women to be on quarter.
Amazon Cracks Down On Counterfeit ProductsAmazon blocked more than 10 billion counterfeit products in 2020.
People May Elect To Wear Masks Even After Mandates Are Lifted, Experts SayDoctors say it's not likely that the required indoor mask mandate will change anytime soon.
Ladew Topiary Gardens' Beauty Keeps Spirits High During The PandemicThe breathtaking views have educated visitors for decades, while promoting the garden and facilities keeping the spirit Harvey Ladew invested during the Great Depression.
Entomologist Says Cold Weather Has Delayed Cicada EmergenceEntomologist says cold weather has delayed cicada emergence in Maryland.
Local Mom Starts Fundraiser For Face Shields For Students As They Return Back To In-Person LearningWhy choose one layer of protection when you can have two? That’s the feeling at Hamilton Elementary/Middle School as students resume in-person learning.
Maryland Boy Fighting For His Life After Man Ambushes, Kills His Parents Inside Their Laurel HomeA couple is dead and a child is in the hospital in critical condition after a man shot them inside a home in Anne Arundel County. Police said the suspect then turned the gun on himself.
Massive Fire Destroys In Montgomery County Destroys Three BarnsA massive fire in Montgomery County destroys 3 barns causing $1.5 million in damages.
Major Gas Pipeline Still Closed; Concerns Over Gas Supply ShortageMaryland officials issued statements regarding the cyberattack that caused The Colonial Pipeline Company to shut down operations stating that "drivers should proceed as normal."
Hippodrome Theatre Preparing To Welcome Back Fans This FallThe Hippodrome Theatre says it is preparing to welcome audiences back this fall.
Man Charged In Connection With Glen Burnie Rape, Police Looking For More VictimsAn Anne Arundel County man has been charged in connection with Glen Burnie rape.
Videos Shed New Light On Suspect In Woodlawn KillingsBaltimore County officials say they will thoroughly investigate their previous interactions with a gunman who set his home ablaze before opening fire on neighbors early Saturday morning in Woodlawn.
Medina Spirit Permitted To Enter Preakness, Maryland Jockey Club SaysDespite a failed drug test after the Kentucky Derby, Medina Spirit will be able to run the Preakness in Baltimore Saturday.
Roll Cyrus Roll Children's Book Tells Tale Of Baltimore County Colt Who Couldn't RollOne local horse has an international following for something he can't do.
MDTA Police Crack Down On Aggressive DriversMDTA Police crack down on aggressive drivers.
17-Year-Old Shot While Riding In A Car In Woodlawn SundayA 17-year-old boy was shot while riding in a car in Woodlawn Sunday morning.
Body Found In NW Baltimore, Police InvestigatingA body was found in northwest Baltimore Tuesday morning.

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