Bonded pair of girls, overweight and need a little help with portion control and exercise. They are in the MD SPCA's Lucky 7 program, which means their adoption fees are waived.
Raisin The Dog Is Up For Adoption At The MD SPCARaisin is a smart and high-energy pup looking for his fur-ever home.
Gov. Larry Hogan Gives Update On Maryland's COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts (Feb. 23, 2021)Gov. Larry Hogan Gives Update On Maryland's COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts (Feb. 23, 2021)
Baltimore Officials Give Update On October Explosion In NW NeighborhoodBaltimore Officials Give Update On October Explosion In NW Neighborhood
Baltimore City Officials Give COVID-19 Vaccine UpdateBaltimore City Officials Give COVID-19 Vaccine Update
Baltimore Officials Lift More COVID-19 RestrictionsThe Baltimore mayor announced he would lift more restrictions on bars, gyms and restaurants.
Baltimore's Streetside Salt Boxes Become Public Art FixturesThis winter, artist Juliet Ames was inspired to give Baltimore's salt boxes a little love.
Gov. Larry Hogan Signs RELIEF Act of 2021 Into LawGov. Larry Hogan singed the RELIEF Act of 2021 into law Monday afternoon in Annapolis
'Ghost Kitchens' With No Physical Footprint Grow In Popularity Amid COVID-19 PandemicGhost kitchens are not a new concept, but the COVID-19 pandemic has forced restaurant owners to think outside the box.
Gov. Larry Hogan Gives Update On COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts In Maryland (Feb. 11, 2021)Gov. Larry Hogan Gives Update On COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts In Maryland (Feb. 11, 2021)
Maya the Dog Is Up For Adoption At The MD SPCAMeet Maya; a sweet, relaxed and loyal gal looking for her fur-ever home.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, City Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Give Consent Decree UpdateBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, City Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Give Consent Decree Update
Mayor Brandon Scott Gives Update On Baltimore's COVID PlanBaltimore City officials announced they would be launching mobile coronavirus vaccination clinics in partnerships with LifeBridge Health, MedStar Health and Johns Hopkins schools of medicine, nursing and public health.
Gov. Hogan Tours New COVID-19 Mass Vaccination SiteGov. Hogan Tours New COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Site
Officials Give Update On US Marshal Shot While Trying To Arrest Attempted Murder SuspectOfficials Give Update On US Marshal Shot While Trying To Arrest Attempted Murder Suspect
Thor: Dog Of Thunder Is Now Up For Adoption At The MD SPCAThor is a strong, energetic dog now up for adoption at the Maryland SPCA. In fact, the agency says he has the energy to “summon the Bifrost.”
Baltimore County Officials Call For More Vaccine Doses, Public Trust From Community As They Open Clinic In RandallstownBaltimore County Officials Call For More Vaccine Doses, Public Trust From Community As They Open Clinic In Randallstown
Officials Give Update On Shooting Involving U.S. Marshal, Fugitive In West BaltimoreOfficials Give Update On Shooting Involving U.S. Marshal, Fugitive In West Baltimore
Gov. Larry Hogan Delivers State Of The State AddressGov. Larry Hogan Delivers State Of The State Address
Frostine Is Now Up For Adoption At The MD SPCAFrostine is a one-and-a-half-year-old dog with lots of puppy energy and is now up for adoption at the MD SPCA.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces GoVAX Campaign To Increase Confidence In COVID-19 VaccinesMaryland is launching a new outreach campaign to increase the public's confidence in the COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday morning.
Howard County Officials Give Update On COVID Vaccination PlanHoward County officials say they have begun to vaccinate some priority groups in Phase 1B, but COVID-19 vaccine supply remains limited.
Baltimore Officials Give Public Safety Update (Jan. 27, 2021)Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison announce they have adjusted their crime fighting strategy.
Gov. Larry Hogan COVID-19 Press Conference Jan. 26. 2021Gov. Larry Hogan announces the launch of six mass vaccination sites for COVID-19 in Maryland.
First dogs Champ and Major arrive at the White HouseChamp and Major arrived at the White House Sunday (1/24). President Biden and the first lady wanted to settle in before welcoming their German shepherds. Champ likes his bed by the fireplace and Major loves running on the South Lawn, according to the White House.