Program Launched To Help Baltimore City Restaurants With Outdoor SeatingProgram Launched To Help Baltimore City Restaurants With Outdoor Seating
Institute of Notre Dame Closes Its Doors TuesdayTears flowed Tuesday as a Baltimore all-girls Catholic high school closed its doors due to what officials said was the lack of funds needed to keep the school open.
MDOT MTA Will Resume To Normal Transit Schedule July 12MDOT MTA Will Resume To Normal Transit Schedule July 12
As COVID-19 Cases Climb, Delaware Closes Bars In Beach TownsAs COVID-19 Cases Climb, Delaware Closes Bars In Beach Towns
Baltimore Girl Creates Posters To Benefit Local Non-ProfitBaltimore Girl Creates Posters To Benefit Local Non-Profit
Minor League Baseball Season CanceledMinor League Baseball Season Canceled
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot To Oppose $205M In Proposed Budget CutsThe financial fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic is hitting the state’s budget in a big way.
Jack Russell Terrier Named Top Dog Breed In BaltimoreJack Russell Terrier Named Top Dog Breed In Baltimore
Red Cross To Test All Blood Donations For COVID-19 AntibodiesThe American Red Cross is in need of blood and now, as a service to their donors, they’ll be testing all donations for COVID-19 antibodies.
Amazon To Open 7 New Delivery Stations In MarylandAmazon To Open 7 New Delivery Stations In Maryland
Wallace Loh Marks Last Day As University Of Maryland PresidentWallace Loh Marks Last Day As University Of Maryland President
Flying Dog Brewery Creates Orange Crush BeerFlying Dog Brewery Creates Orange Crush Beer
Six Flags America, Hurricane Harbor Reopening FridaySix Flags America, Hurricane Harbor Reopening Friday
Maryland Lawmakers: Those On Backlog Should Get $1,200Maryland Lawmakers: Those On Backlog Should Get $1,200
Emergency Order Banning Utility Shutoffs, Late Fees ExtendedGov. Larry Hogan signed an emergency order extending the prohibition of utility shutoff and residential late fees to August 1.
LifeBridge Health To Allow Some Visitors With New GuidelinesLifeBridge Health is welcoming some visitors back into its hospitals on a limited basis.
Gov. Hogan Extends Emergency Order Prohibiting Utility Shutoffs, Residential Late Fees To August 1Gov. Larry Hogan signed an emergency order extending the prohibition of utility shutoff and residential late fees to August 1. This includes electricity, water, sewage disposal, telegraph, gas, phone and internet. Katie Johnston reports.
Brandon Scott Urges NAACP To Reconsider Leaving BaltimoreBrandon Scott Urges NAACP To Reconsider Leaving Baltimore
Police Trying To Find Relatives Of Murder VictimPolice Trying To Find Relatives Of Murder Victim
Police Offer Up To $2,500 Reward For Information On Columbia Non-Fatal ShootingHoward County police are offering up a reward of up to $2,500 about a non-fatal shooting on June 29 in Columbia. The victim, 23-year-old Deandre House of Baltimore, remains in critical condition at University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Katie Johnston reports.
Plebes Begin Induction At U.S. Naval AcademyHundreds of men and women of the Class of 2024 are reporting to Alumni Hall at the Naval Academy for plebe induction.
O's Sign First Round Draft Pick Heston KjerstadO's Sign First Round Draft Pick Heston Kjerstad
3 People Rescued After Car Goes Into Water At Canton3 People Rescued After Car Goes Into Water At Canton
Health Department Launches 'Answer The Call' CampaignHealth Department Launches 'Answer The Call' Campaign

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