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UFC 253 Adesanya vs Costa Live Stream Reddit: Watch UFC 253 fight free onlineIsrael Adesanya and Paulo Costa will fight tonight at 7 p.m. The two contenders are undefeated and are viewed as two of the biggest fighters in the UFC today.

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Maryland based surrogacy group CEO pleads guilty to defrauding couples over $1 millionThe owner of an Annapolis-based surrogacy group has pleaded guilty to defrauding clients around the world of fees paid to find and support a pregnancy surrogate, according to the U.

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Sept. 25Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and his wife, Pamela, have tested positive for COVID-19, the governor's office announced Friday.

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Smith calls out Republicans saying they never submitted police reform billsSenate Judicial Proceedings Committee Chair Will Smith on Friday refuted Republican claims that the committee's recent hearings on a series of bills aimed at addressing police misconduct were not ideologically inclusive and that the bills themselves would hinder law enforcement personnel.

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More than 96 percent of Maryland Residents have already responded to 2020 CensusClick here for updates on this story. Baltimore, MD  Going into the final days of the all - important census count, Maryland has a 96.3 percent response rate, placing the state high up on the list of states that have responded.

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Police And Its Critics Back Changes To Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of RightsLaw enforcement officials and some of the police's most fervent critics agreed during a four-hour state Senate hearing Thursday that the Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights needs to be changed.

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Gov. Hogan Announces Two New Maryland Communities Receive Main Street DesignationsOn Friday, Governor Larry Hogan announced that two new communities have received Main StreetMaryland designations, Reisterstown in Baltimore County and the Town of Williamsport in Washington County.

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School Spirit: Garrison Forest SchoolThe call to "Be Spirited" is at the heart of Garrison Forest School's mission and represents one of its five core values.

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Police Investigate Double Fatal Shooting In West Baltimore FridayPolice are investigating a double fatal shooting in West Baltimore Friday morning.

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Barnsdale Earns Bronze at British ChampionshipsSenior Alice Barnsdale earned a bronze medal earlier this month at the British Athletics Championships in her native England.

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Maryland Gov. Hogan Announces $60 Million for School Construction in BaltimoreGovernor Hogan Announces Additional $60 Million Available for School Construction in Baltimore City Maryland Stadium Authority To Deliver More Modernized Schools Through 21st Century School Buildings Program ) Governor Larry Hogan today announced that an additional $60 million is available for school construction through the Maryland Stadium...

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Baltimore County postman delivers mail with a big dose of kindnessRick Einhelz has worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 39 years. He took the job because it promised a stable career after his military service, and he's devoted to the Baltimore route, just past the city-county line, that he's worked for 15 years.

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Baltimore County Launches Interactive Policing Data DashboardThere's a new tool to help the public see records on police interactions in Baltimore County.

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Maryland Among Happiest States In The U.S.Maryland is among the happiest states in the country, according to WalletHub.

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Maryland's average rate of positive coronavirus tests reaches yet another new lowMaryland's seven-day average rate of positive coronavirus tests continues to decline to a new low of 2.51 percent, according to data that the state released today.

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Michael Phelps, Duff Goldman Will Have Cutouts For Ravens-Chiefs Monday Night Football GameThe Ravens are taking on the Chiefs this Monday in Baltimore and it looks like two local celebrities are cheering on the home team.

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City Schools Partner With Uber, Lyft To Give Students Free Rides To Immunization AppointmentsBaltimore City Public Schools are partnering with Lyft and Uber to help students get their immunizations.

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Maryland reports lower COVID-19 positivity rateGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday that Maryland’s average rate of positive coronavirus tests have decreased for the eighth consecutive day.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Continues To Decline As Cases Surpass 122KThe coronavirus positivity rate continues to decline Friday as total cases reach 122,359.

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Maryland Fall Foliage Report: September 25, 2020It is now officially Fall with a chill in the air and the welcomed return of the Canada geese.

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Two Men Injured In Reported Drive-By Shootings In Baltimore Friday, Police SayBaltimore police are investigating two reported drive-by shootings in city Friday morning.

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Maryland: decision on legal sports betting to wait until NovemberIf Senate Bill 58 finds its way to the ballot, it could mean that sports betting will become legal in the state from November 30 onwards.

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Maryland Traffic: Multiple Accidents Shut Down Parkway Friday MorningBaltimore Washington Parkway is shut down near Laurel Friday morning because of an accident.

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Maryland Traffic: Multiple Accidents Shut Down Parkway FridayBaltimore Washington Parkway is shut down near Laurel Friday morning because of an accident.

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2021 Top Issues: Broadband Accessibility Act of 2021On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson are joined by MACo Policy Associate Drew Jabin and Maryland State Office of Rural Broadband Director Kenrick Gordon to breakdown MACo's 2021 Legislative Initiative to build out broadband access across Maryland.

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Friday Morning Headlines: Nursing home inspectors not tested for COVID-19; Baltimoreans protest decision in Breonna Taylor case; and moreMaryland nursing home inspectors not being tested for COVID-19 - The Baltimore Sun Demonstrators march through Baltimore against decision in Breonna.

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Mental health and America's kids: Maryland teens help classmates during pandemicMany American teens are struggling with mental health due to the coronavirus pandemic. Teens at one Maryland school have launched a program to help each other.

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Maryland High School Sports Can Return October 9School districts got the go-ahead to start fall sports today. Individual school systems are permitted to start high school athletics beginning Wednesday, October 7.

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State Roundup: Hogan announces school sports can returnGov. Larry Hogan and the state superintendent announced high school sports could return and the governor also talked Supreme Court nomination process, vaccine production and distribution during lengthy public appearances Thursday.

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Columbia, MD Makes Best Place To Live ListMoney Magazine Releases Top 20 Best Places To Live Survey.

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How Technology Has Changed the World of HealthcareMillions of people are passionate about staying healthy. Achieving this goal will require both hard work and the help of professionals.

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Maryland Blue Crabs in the Chesapeake BaySummer is not complete in Maryland without blue crabs. Blue crabs are known across the country for their distinctive coloring and delicious taste, with around 594 million originating from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay.

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Maryland Is One of the Happiest States in the NationThe Old Line State was number five on the WalletHub list of Happiest States for 2020.

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MM 9.25: NCAA recommends bowl eligibility requirements be waived for 2020This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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VA helps struggling veterans through Employment and Readiness ProgramThe coronavirus pandemic has impacted everyone's life, some more than others. Our veterans are especially struggling during this time, whether it's isolation or a lost job.

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St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Investigating Report of Shots Fired in Lexington ParkOn Thursday, September 24, 2020, at approximately 8:00 p.m., police responded to the area of Columbus Drive in Lexington Park, for the report of shots fired.

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Top 4 Universities of MarylandAn east coast state best known for its beautiful beaches, charming cities, and pleasing countryside, it's no surprise that many students looking for a well-balanced location to pursue their further education flock to Maryland.

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Smash, steal, score: Keys to Baltimore Ravens win over Kansas City ChiefsThe Kansas City Chiefs come to town for an MNF square off with the Baltimore Ravens.

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The McLean family is the September winner of the Chick-fil-A Everyday Heroes awardThe McLeans, who are involved in dozens of charities including The Children's Home in Catonsville, are the September winners of the Chick-fil-A Everyday Heroes award.

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Maryland COVID-19 Positivity Rate Falls Below 2.6%ANNAPOLIS, MD—Maryland's COVID-19 recovery continues as Governor Larry Hogan today announced that the statewide seven-day positivity rate has dropped to a record-low 2.57%, the state's case rate fell to its lowest level since July 11, and weekly unemployment claims are at their lowest level since March 14.

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Maryland Fishing Report for September 25, 2020Welcome to the first week of fall! The cooler transitional days ahead are a delight for anyone who loves the outdoors.

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October Events at the Calvert County Marine MuseumSOLOMONS, MD – September 24, 2020 – This October, the Calvert Marine Museum celebrates its 50th Anniversary!

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Maryland Commerce regional reps connect with businessesThe early weeks of the COVID-19 outbreak were terrifying for many Maryland businesses: amid closures, layoffs and emergency restriction, their futures suddenly looked increasingly uncertain.

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Today's Forecast: September 25, 2020Today, highs will be in the low to mid 70s with mostly cloudy skies. Showers are possible later in the day.

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Maryland Offers 2021 Round of Grants for MicrogridsMaryland is quietly emerging as another key state for microgrids because of its new resilience strategy, which includes grants for microgrids.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Continues To Decline As Cases Surpass 122KPatio heaters, throw pillows and home-brew kits: Consumers stock up on 'nesting' supplies for winter months.

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Students at Maryland high school get a special surprise live on TODAYAt Winters Mill High School in Westminster, Maryland, NBC's Morgan Radford is live with principal Michael Brown and the peer leaders of Falcons of Strength, a program to help teens through peer mentorship, as they get a special surprise: Wi-Fi hot spots and webcams from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and a year's free subscription to the...

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Police: Maryland woman charged in death of 1-year-old sonThe Baltimore Sun reported Thursday that Shakira Shaw faces charges that include first-degree murder and is being held in jail without bail.

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Honors for Frederick Douglass in an Age of Racial ReckoningAs racially-charged protests continue across the country, tomorrow Maryland celebrates one of the nation's first civil rights activists - Frederick Douglass.

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IKEA Donates Cost Of Its Furloughed MD Workers To Local CharitiesWhen IKEA furloughed workers at the start of the pandemic, it cost Maryland over $2 million in unemployment benefits.

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Protesters Rally In Baltimore One Day After Grand Jury Declines To Charge Officers In Breonna Taylor's DeathProtesters took to the streets of Baltimore Thursday night, one day after a Kentucky grand jury declined to bring charges against three police officers in the death of Breonna Taylor.

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Baltimore County Schools Reverse Decision To Have All Staff Return October 19A week after saying all staff members would return in-person on October 19, the Baltimore County Public Schools system has pushed back that date.

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Chlorine exposure at Salisbury water plant sends employee to hospitalSALISBURY, Md.  A chemical spill at a Salisbury water treatment plant today landed one person in the hospital on Thursday.

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Montgomery County renters report illegal increases during pandemicSome Montgomery County, Maryland, residents are complaining of illegal rent increases during the pandemic, despite a 2.6% cap on rent hikes approved by the county council in April.

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Girls, 12 And 13, Missing From Rosedale, Police SayPolice in Baltimore County are searching for two girls who went missing from Rosedale.

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Hays, Orioles Bash Red Sox 13-1 To Avoid Last In AL EastJosé Iglesias, Pat Valaika and Austin Hays homered to lead the Baltimore Orioles past the Boston Red Sox 13-1 Thursday night in a struggle for last place in the AL East.

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11PM Sports 09.24.2020Categories: College, High School, Latest Sports Cast, Professional, Sports.

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One Transported to Area Trauma Center After Four Vehicle Collision in CaliforniaOn Thursday, September 24, 2020, at approximately 5:05 p.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to the area of Three Notch Road and St. Andrew's Church Road in California, for the motor vehicle collision reported serious with possible entrapment.

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Gold Star mom lost son in AfghanistanIt's a sorority no one wants to join. You become a Gold Star Mom when your child dies in war.

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1 Killed, 3 Injured In Separate Shootings In Baltimore City, County Thursday Night, Police SayOne man was killed and three men were injured in shootings Thursday night, three in Baltimore City and one in Baltimore County.

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People march through Downtown Baltimore protesting police violence against Black peopleTonight, at least a hundred people took to the streets of Downtown Baltimore to protest instances of police violence against black people.

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Calvert County Detectives Seeking Man Wanted for Violation of Protective Order, Assault, and TheftThe Calvert County is searching for the whereabouts of William Versone Johnson.

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DSU bringing hands-on summer program to middle schoolers, $1.3M grant will help with fundingDelaware State University is receiving over one million dollars in grant money to help them fund summer science programs for middle schoolers.

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Worcester County School District addresses petition concerning new bus timesTheres some confusion among parents when it comes to new school and bus times announced by the school district.

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Baltimore County Students' Artwork To Be Featured In Virtual GalleryTwo Baltimore County student artists are getting a big honor.

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MDTA Accepting Toll Payments For Trips On, Before June 30Drivers without an E-ZPass who owe toll money to the state can now make proactive payments for trips made on or before June 30, the MDTA said.

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Man shot outside a home in Baltimore County Thursday nightBaltimore County Police are investigating a shooting that left one man injured on Thursday.

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Police investigating shooting at DC-Maryland border that sent 2 to hospitalPolice are investigating a shooting that happened near the D.C.-Maryland border.

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Jammie Dodger and Maryland Cookies get the muffin makeoverSpeedibake, the Yorkshire-based bakery manufacturer, has launched a range of muffins based on biscuit favourites - Jammie Dodger and Maryland Cookies.

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Ravens Lamar Jackson refutes rivalry narrative with Patrick Mahomes and ChiefsThe Baltimore Ravens MVP winning quarterback refutes the rivalry narrative with the Kansas City Chiefs and their MVP winning quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

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Maryland Allows High School Sports To Return; Hogan Praises In-Person Instruction As Some Teachers Voice Safety ConcernsFall sports practices at Maryland public high schools can begin October 7, reversing an earlier decision stopping sports until the spring, Gov.

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Back To School 2020: Part Three47 ABC  As schools who choose to have students return in a hybrid model or in-person the elephant in the room for some is the question of how safe is enough.

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Restaurants Should Be Able To Use Barriers To Avoid 6-Foot Distance Between Tables, Group ArguesThe Restaurant Association of Maryland is calling on the state to allow restaurants to use physical barriers between tables and booths as a way to avoid the mandatory six feet of distance required amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Several Injured in Crash Involving Ambulance Responding to a Call in MarylandSeveral people were injured in a three-vehicle crash involving an ambulance in Wheaton, Maryland. The crash occurred at Georgia and Arcola avenues just before 4...

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Cinemark Egyptian 24 At Arundel Mills Reopens FridayAnother movie theater in the Baltimore area is reopening more than six months after being forced to close due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Artists Who Worked On Breonna Taylor Mural In Annapolis 'Hurt' By Decision Not To Charge Officers In Her DeathThe Breonna Taylor case has galvanized people across the nation who are calling for equal protection for all.

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Officers in Charles County Searching for Critical Missing Elderly ManWilliam Gerard Kaval, 77 of Waldorf, was last seen in the area of Panera Bread on Festival Way in Waldorf at approximately 1:25 p.m.

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Drug, Alcohol Deaths Up In Maryland; Officials Say Coronavirus Pandemic To BlameWhile the coronavirus pandemic continues to claim thousands of lives in Maryland, new data shows a dramatic jump in drug and alcohol-related deaths across the state.

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Three things to watch for as Ravens host ChiefsHere are three things to watch for as the Baltimore Ravens and Chiefs are set for their week three Monday Night Football clash.

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Baltimore County Public Schools revising back to school planBaltimore County Public Schools is revising their back to school plan which was sent out initially last week.

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The Local Oyster Opening New Location In Locust PointThere will soon be a new restaurant to check out in Baltimore's Locust Point neighborhood.

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International Underground Railroad Month in Maryland, Part I: "I See the Underground Railroad Everywhere"MHAA Assistant Administrator. “The Underground Railroad followed both natural and man-made transportation routes, many of which are still around us today.

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18-Year-Old Jaylen Hyman From Baltimore County Found Safe, Police SayA missing 18-year-old woman from Baltimore County has been found safe.

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Maryland Begins Mailing Ballots To VotersBallots are now being mailed to voters in Maryland, the state elections board announced Thursday.

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Missing Baltimore County 18-year-old girl found safeJaylen Hyman was last seen wearing a green sweatshirt / black leggings and driving a white 2017 two-door Honda Accord.

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Businesses prepare for influx of visitors as H2Oi kicks offOCEAN CITY, Md.  Businesses in Ocean City say that H2Oi seems to have gotten a little more tame over the past few years.

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Shore Craft Beer Festival coming this fall, with changesOCEAN CITY, Md.  Organizers for the Shore Craft Beer Festival in Ocean City are getting ready for this years event.

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MD lawmakers working to draft legislation to help small businessesANNAPOLIS, Md.  The impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on small businesses here on the eastern shore has been enormous to say the very least.

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Wor-Wic to use grant funding to provide scholarships for studentsSALISBURY, Md.  Wor-Wic Community College is taking advantage of the funding they received from Maryland to provide students with critical scholarships.

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Stimulus check deadline approaching, what you need to knowOCEAN CITY, Md.  If you havent received your stimulus check, youve got less than a week to secure that money before its too late.

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Jury selection location changing in Worcester CountySNOW HILL, Md.  Worcester County is changing the way they do their jury selection.

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Maryland Public Schools Can Resume Fall Sports Practices October 7, Competitions October 27Fall sports practices at Maryland public schools can begin October 7.

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Harford county completes historic land purchaseThe 347-acre waterfront property had been owned and operated by the same family since before the American Revolution.

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Anne Arundel County educators demand collaboration, reopening agreementTeachers want the school district to work with them instead of ignoring the concerns and voices of educators.

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Maryland's Law Enforcement Bill Of Rights Could Be Repealed As Lawmakers Weigh Police ReformsMaryland's Law Enforcement Bill of Rights could be repealed amid nationwide calls for policing reforms.

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Thursday Afternoon Headlines: Md. HS sports will resume next month; 12+ cases of corona at Catholic schools;Maryland gives the go-ahead to resume high school sports next month - The Baltimore Sun More than a dozen coronavirus cases reported at Catholic schools.

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Brattle Group Study Evaluates TOU Pilots for Maryland UtilitiesAnalysis found TOU customers reduced their summer peak demand in the range of 10% to 14%, experienced bill savings up to 10%.

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Prison for York County man who 'plundered' sport-fishing club in Maryland"He's going to have to live with what he's done," said attorney Stephen Shechtel. "He put us out of business...."

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Maryland restaurant association calls for looser restrictionsThe Restaurant Association of Maryland says the governor's recent order to expand indoor dining capacity to 75% doesn't do enough.

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Dolphins vs. Jaguars Live Stream Reddit: Watch NFL Thursday Night Football Online, Week 3 GameThe Dolphins will play the Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field, at 8:20 p.m. E.T. on Thursday Night Football.

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Wicomico County opening student learning program at Civic CenterWICOMICO CO., Md.  The Wicomico County Civic Center is typically home to live events and concerts but with those shows canceled due to the pandemic, theyre getting creative by transforming some of the space into a learning center for students.

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Maryland Book Bank Hits 25K Books Mailed To Baltimore KidsAs part of the new story kit program, the Book Bank has mailed 25,000 books to the homes of 5,000 students.

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It's a Monday night mega matchupRavens host Chiefs in battle of top teams and quarterbacks.

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Fall Cleanup Event In Baltimore Set For October 3The Baltimore City Department of Public Works announced Thursday it will offer three events the first Saturday in October.

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Maryland Allows High School Sports To Return; Hogan Praises In-Person Instruction As Some Teachers Voice Safety ConcernsANNAPOLIS, Md. — Fall sports practices at Maryland public high schools can begin October 7, reversing an earlier decision stopping sports until the spring, Gov.

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Baltimore County Johnny Olszewski Nominates Former Maryland Labor Secretary Leonard Howie IIIBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski nominated Leonard J. Howie III to be the County's Director of Economic and Workforce Development.

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Maryland Begins Mailing Ballots to VotersBallots are now being mailed to voters in Maryland, the state elections board announced Thursday.

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Hogan not concerned about potential GOP backlash over remarks about waiting to fill SCOTUS vacancyGov. Larry Hogan does not appear to be concerned that conservatives may disagree with his recent assertion that it would be a "mistake" for Senate Republicans to rush the confirmation of a successor to the late-Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ahead of the Nov.

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Maryland Fall Foliage Report: September 24, 2020It is now officially fall with a chill in the air and the welcomed return of the Canada geese.

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Charging docs accuse BPD officer of violently abusing wifeCharging documents reveal the unstable behavior of a Baltimore City Police officer, towards his wife who he allegedly abused and threatened several times over the last couple years.

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Disputes over money and time unravel Maryland's Purple Line P3The public-private partnership that had been constructing the light rail line and stations has shut down construction work.

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Baltimore Should Terminate Master Lease With Grant Capital, New OIG Report SaysBaltimore's chief solicitor will recommend the city sever a lucrative contract with a company whose founder, J.P. Grant, illegally funneled $170,000 to disgraced former mayor Catherine Pugh.

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Identity theft scam involving Amazon impersonators taking place in Queen Anne's CountyThe Queen Anne's County Office of the Sheriff is warning the public regarding an identity theft scam involving Amazon impersonators.

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Maryland Lawmakers Announce $5.6M To Upgrade MARC, RailwaysMaryland lawmakers announced $5.6 million in federal funding to upgrade MARC Commuter trains and improve the overall railroad infrastructure across the state.

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Teacher Sentenced For Pupil Drug AskA Bennett High School teacher charged last December with attempting to possess a controlled dangerous substance and contributing to the condition of a child after allegedly attempting to purchase medication from a student is serving jail time this week after entering a plea arrangement.

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Wicomico Stays With Acting ExecutiveThe Wicomico County Council voted last week to have Director of Administration John Psota continue as the acting county executive.

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Ocean City Museum Planning Annual History Week EventsThe Ocean City Life Saving Station Museum is gearing up for a busy fall season, featuring History Week, which offers a variety of events and activities that highlight the town's unique cultural heritage.

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Tickets Available For Annual Film FestivalOn Thursday, Oct. 29 from 7-9 p.m., the Assateague Coastal Trust will live stream the acclaimed Wild and Scenic Film Festival to your home screen.

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Public Safety Complex Update Highlights ShortfallHow the county would fund a significant shortfall in the construction of a new public safety complex was the question that drove much of last week's discussion with department heads and lead architects.

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Special Event Zone Expanded WestAs expected, the special event zone in place in Ocean City this week for the unsanctioned pop-up car rally has been extended throughout northern Worcester County.

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Trimper's To Host First SunFunOC Event Next WeekendWhile Sunfest has been canceled this year, a resort business is planning a new festival for the first weekend in October.

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Two Political Newcomers File In Ocean City ElectionA couple more candidates threw their hats in the ring for November's municipal election in Ocean City, but the field is far from rounded out as the filing deadline approaches.

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Wicomico Appoints New Finance Head In Unanimous VoteCounty officials this month appointed Pam Oland as the new finance director for Wicomico County.

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OC Planners Review Flood Plan DraftResort planners this week got a first look at a draft plan to monitor and potentially address chronic flooding in town.

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Thoughts From The Publishera€™s Desk a€“ September 25, 2020Ocean City should immediately abandon any thoughts of closing St. Louis Avenue between 2nd and 3rd streets as recommended by a consultant presenting park.

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Adult Education Grants AwardedTwo local adult education providers have received more than $524,000 in combined grant funding from the Maryland Department of Labor.

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Voices From The Readers a€“ September 25, 2020Impressed With Paper Editor: My wife came home from a recent visit to Ocean City with a copy of the Sept.

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Criminal Justice Reform Task Force Meets For 1st TimeSalisbury's recently-formed Criminal Justice Reform task force met for the first time this month to begin exploring the city's police department policies and foster an open relationship with its citizens.

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Fenwick Offers Details After Former Police Chief's SentencingAdditional information on the events resulting in the indictment of Fenwick Island's former police chief came to light this week after he pleaded guilty to official misconduct and falsifying business records.

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Biker In Critical Condition After CrashAn Ephrata, Pa. man remained in critical condition this week after his motorcycle collided with a passenger van in Ocean City last Friday night.

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Annual Beauty Spot Award Winners AnnouncedAlthough the format was a little different this year, the Mayor and Council on Monday doled out the Beautification Committee's annual Beauty Spot awards to various deserving property owners.

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Arrest Made After Downtown AttackA Harper's Ferry, West Va. man was arrested on first-degree assault charges last weekend after allegedly striking a female in the head with a metal flashlight during an altercation in the parking lot of a Boardwalk bar.

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County's Riverboat Purchase A Risky VentureIt was stunning to see the typically conservative Worcester County Commissioners sign off on the purchase of a riverboat to boost south end tourism.

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WPS Announces Six Commended StudentsWorcester Preparatory Head of School Dr. John McDonald has announced Daniel Chen, Waverly Choy, Sophia Ludt, Hannah Perdue, Joseph Schwartz and Summer Walker have been named Commended Students in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.

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First-Ever Marine Debris Cleanup Event AnnouncedCommunity members are encouraged to come out and participate in an inaugural marine debris cleanup event next month.

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No Street Closures, Annual Activities For Berlin's HalloweenCouncil candidates said this week they supported the town's plan not to endorse Halloween activities amid COVID-19 concerns.

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The Adventures Of Fatherhood a€“ September 25, 2020Expectations clearly need monitoring with children these days. Our own actions and decisions as parents will go a long way toward keeping our kids' requests in check.

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Berlin Council Candidates Talk TaxesThose vying for town council seats in next month's election criticized last year's 18% tax increase and have promised to scrutinize Berlin's future budgets.

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Cops and Courts a€“ September 25, 2020Handgun Fired On Beach OCEAN CITY - An Allentown, Pa. man was arrested last week and charged with numerous weapons and drug possession counts after.

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Thompson Named American Legion Auxiliary Member Of YearAt the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 166 September meeting, President Emily Nock presented a plaque to Karen Thompson for being named the 2019-2020 Member of the Year.

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Surf Club Donates Dunkin' Gift Cards To OCPDThe Ocean City Surf Club recently presented the Ocean City Police Department with 30 Dunkin Gift Cards to pay respect, show appreciation and thank them for their service in our community.

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Worcester County Democratic Campaign Center Invites VisitorsThe Worcester County Democratic Campaign Center invites the public to visit the office at 220 N.

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No big Labor Day COVID-19 spike but Prince George's Co. sticking with Phase Two for nowThere are still too many COVID tests coming back positive in the county to feel comfortable to move to Phase Three, the countys health officer said.

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What's Your Sign? September 25, 2020Although practical situations continue to dominate this week, there's time for the Lamb to indulge in the fun things in life - like maybe taking a special someone out for a great evening.

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Vanishing Ocean City With Bunk Mann a€“ September 25, 2020Ocean City in 1946 was a much different town than the resort we know today.

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Things I Like a€“ September 25, 2020Carryout on Sundays. Hearing my kid’s observations. An enlightening lecture. Queen’s lyric, ‘We’re all God’s people”.

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Questions mount for Maryland's next legislative sessionWith important legislation on the line, state leaders have yet to announce how they plan to return to work amid the pandemic.

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Hogan: Maryland schools can reintroduce fall sports on Oct. 7School systems in Maryland will have the option to decide if they would like to reintroduce falls sports starting Oct.

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Breonna Taylor Protest Update/ "Race Man": Reflections On Julian Bond's Life And WorkWe begin today with a news update from Louisville, Kentucky. Yesterday afternoon, Daniel Cameron, the Attorney General of Kentucky, and a judge, announced that a grand jury had decided NOT to indict two of the police officers who killed 26 year-old Breonna Taylor last March.

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Police: Man Allegedly Sprayed Women With Substance That Made Them Feel 'Dizzy' At Owings Mills Grocery StoresBaltimore County Police are investigating two incidents where women reported they were sprayed with an unknown substance at the grocery store earlier this month.

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Hogan still wants to see Maryland students back in classroomsGov. Larry Hogan remains enthusiastic about students across Maryland returning to classrooms, and though plans from school districts have been approved and state health metrics have been trending downward, Montgomery and Prince George's counties are still aiming for a return sometime next year.

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19-Year-Old Man Shot, Killed In SW BaltimoreHomicide detectives are investigating after a 19-year-old man was shot and killed in southwest Baltimore earlier Thursday morning.

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Maryland may give go ahead to resume high school sports next monthMaryland may give go ahead to resume high school sports as early as October 7, competition start date targeted for October 27.

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16-Year-Old Charged In Spree Of Thefts From Autos In AnnapolisPolice have charged a 16-year-old in a spree of thefts from autos in Annapolis on Wednesday.

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Sept. 24As temperatures drop and the flu season ramps up, it's more important than ever to protect yourself from both the flu and the coronavirus.

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10 Things to Do this Weekend in Baltimore: Oktoberfest, Latinx Heritage Month and Movie Screenings of All KindsWe'll be the first to admit: Checking the events listings is a bit weird these days.

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Two women report being assaulted with unknown substance at Baltimore County grocery storesTwo women have come forward, accusing the same man of spraying them with something as they walked through food stores in Baltimore County.

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Maryland public school fall sports can begin practice Oct. 7, state superintendent saysIn Maryland, public schools have been cleared for fall sports to get started after pandemic-related delays.

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Fall sports can return at all Maryland Public Schools in OctoberGov. Larry Hogan and State Superintendent Karen Salmon announced fall sports can return at all Maryland schools.

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Behind Enemy Lines: Maryland Terrapins Football RecruitingChecking in on the recruiting world at Maryland, and the upward trend that Mike Locksley seems to have compiled for his program.

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Free Digital Marketing Series from Maryland Smith Begins Sept. 30Entrepreneurs, and managers and employees in small and medium-sized companies, are targeted for "Digital Marketing: Targeting the Right..."

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Baltimore, Maryland; Quention Price Sentenced In Federal Court In Maryland To 20 YearsBaltimore, Maryland; Quention Price Sentenced In Federal Court In Maryland To 20 Years In Federal Prison For Charges Relating To A String Of Armed Carjacking Offenses - USAO-MD – U.S. District Judge George L. Russell, III today sentenced Quention Price, age 27, of Columbia, South Carolina, to 20 years in federal prison, followed by&.

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Greenbelt, Maryland; Barry Goldsborough Indicted By Federal Grand Jury In MarylandGreenbelt, Maryland; Barry Goldsborough Indicted By Federal Grand Jury In Maryland For Receipt, Transportation, Distribution, And Possession Of Child Pornography - USAO-MD – A federal grand jury returned an indictment charging Barry Thomas Goldsborough, age 52, of Laurel, Maryland, with receipt, transportation, distribution, and possession...

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Howard County Detention Center will now only hold ICE detainees convicted of violent crimesHowever, during the COVID-19 pandemic, to keep the jail population low, the detainees in the Detention Center under the contract with ICE generally have been convicted of or charged with serious crimes.

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Drug, Alcohol Deaths Up In Maryland; Officials Say Coronavirus Pandemic To BlameBALTIMORE — While the coronavirus pandemic continues to claim thousands of lives in Maryland, new data shows a dramatic jump in drug and alcohol-related deaths across the state.

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With $6M taken out for debit cards, has Baltimore's Youth Fund become a City Hall slush fund?Baltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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Joint venture walks away from Maryland's Purple Line projectConstruction industry news, trends and jobs for building professionals who want mobile-friendly content.

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DSP searching for wanted man in Sussex Co.Delaware State Police are trying to locate 21-year-old Khalil Reid. Police say Reid is wanted in connection to multiple incidents during the month of August, at produce stands in the Millsboro and Laurel areas.

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Maryland Begins Mailing Ballots To VotersBallots are now being mailed to voters in Maryland, the state elections board announced Thursday.

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Police: Maryland woman charged in death of 1-year-old sonBALTIMORE — A woman in Maryland has been charged in the death of her 1-year-old son.

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Maryland's Law Enforcement Bill Of Rights Could Be Repealed As Lawmakers Weigh Police ReformsMaryland's Law Enforcement Bill of Rights could be repealed amid nationwide calls for policing reforms.

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Parents Launch Petition Effort To Reverse Longer School DaysAn online petition aims to reverse school hour changes made by Worcester County Public Schools.

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Maryland man sentenced for shooting deemed a hate crimeBALTIMORE — A Maryland man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison after a jury found him guilty of a hate crime and others charges in the shooting of a Black man, authorities said.

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Board to vote on return to school for some Charles Co. kidsThe school board for Charles County, Maryland, public schools is looking into bringing some students back in November and will vote on the matter Oct.

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Unemployment Drops In Maryland With More Than 9,000 Claims Filed In Last WeekUnemployment numbers in Maryland dropped by more than 4,000 with 9,185 new claims filed in the last week.

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Maryland man sentenced for shooting deemed a hate crimeAuthorities say a Maryland man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison after a jury found him guilty of a hate crime and others charges in the 2018 shooting of a Black man.

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Delaware elementary school cafeteria staff makes sure students are fedHARTLY, Del.  A Delaware elementary school is celebrating their wonderful cafeteria staff who makes sure students are fed every day of the school week.

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Maryland updates coronavirus dashboard with contact tracing dataMaryland health officials have updated the state's coronavirus dashboard with data related to contact tracing, including where people may have been infected by the virus.

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Local non-profit donates backpacks and face masks to studentsLAUREL, Del.  A local non-profit and medical staff are making sure young students have what they need to stay safe this school year.

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More Than 4,000 Seasonal Jobs Open At Kohl's Fulfillment Center In EdgewoodKohl's is looking to fill more than 4,000 seasonal positions at its fulfillment center in Edgewood.

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Maryland Town Cancels Halloween Trick-Or-Treating Due To COVID-19One Maryland community has cancelled Halloween trick-or-treating after new guidelines from the CDC suggest its a high-risk behavior for spreading coronavirus.

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Federal Jury Indicts Laurel Man Barry Goldsborough With Child Pornography ChargesA federal grand jury returned an indictment charging 52-year-old Barry Thomas Goldsborough, age 52, of Laurel, Maryland, with receipt, transportation, distribution, and possession of child pornography.

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Maryland Unemployment Insurance Poster ChangeThe Maryland Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated. The Maryland Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a name change to the agency.

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Gov. Hogan tours Gaithersburg lab working on COVID-19 vaccineGAITHERSBURG, Md. — Governor Larry Hogan on Thursday visited a Gaithersburg laboratory, that's in the process of developing a possible COVID-19 vaccine.

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Berlin Mayor, Council Candidates Weigh In On Growth IssuesAs the town's growth continues to be a concern among residents, candidates in this fall's municipal election agree that annexations need to be looked at carefully moving forward.

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Keeping Love Alive During COVID-19Keeping love alive requires the intention to hold on to what we’ve found, with some degree of vigilance, including self-awareness, compassion and tolerance for the person we love, and honest communication of our own vulnerabilities and needs.

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Police Investigating Stabbing In Annapolis WednesdayDetectives are investigating after a man was stabbed in Annapolis on Wednesday.

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Maryland SRPS plans up to $500m real estate investmentsPart of the plan will be to invest in blind pool funds taking advantage of market dislocations.

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Baltimore News Updates from Independent and Regional Media 9/24BmoreArt is a creative and critical daily online journal. We believe that Baltimore’s creative class deserves to be discussed, critiqued, and well-informed.

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Child playing with lighter sparks house fire in SalisburySALISBURY, Md.  Officials say a child playing with a lighter sparked a house fire in Salisbury Wednesday afternoon.

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Maryland school systems can begin sports Oct. 77, Gov. Larry Hogan and State Superintendent of Schools Karen Salmon announced Thursday. Formal fall sport season practices can begin Oct.

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Restaurant association calls for looser restrictionsBALTIMORE — The Restaurant Association of Maryland says the governor's recent order to expand indoor dining capacity to 75% doesn't do enough.

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Port Covington Community Investment Poised to Launch. Promises to be fulfilled?In 2016, Baltimoreans organized to demand community investment from a developer seeking one of the largest subsidies in city history.

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All set for the 2020 Preakness StakesAlthough the Covid-19 pandemic has put pay to many people's plans in 2020, Maryland residents can look forward to the return of the Preakness Stakes horse race.

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Fun Autumn festivities at The Maryland ZooThere are scheduled events that the whole family can enjoy.

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Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Towson says Good Morning Maryland!If you'd like to say Good Morning Maryland or let people know your business, restaurant, organization, etc.

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Man, Woman Shot Late Wednesday In West BaltimoreA 26-year-old and a 30-year-old woman were shot in West Baltimore late Wednesday.

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State Roundup: Subpoena for McGrath; counting ballots by hand; Sen. Hough fears town bankruptcy from brutality lawsuitsThe rush to vote from home this year left Maryland election judges with a burden that plagues no other state in the country: ballots delivered online cannot be read by the state’s scanning machines, reports Erin Cox of the Post.

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Thursday Morning Headlines: Baltimoreans react to Breonna Taylor case; Lawmakers subpoena former Hogan chief of staff; and moreLocal reaction to controversial decision in Breonna Taylor case - WBAL State lawmakers subpoena Maryland Gov.

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Hit deer flies through windshield of second car, killing passenger on MD-97Maryland State Police have confirmed that one person was killed in a Thursday morning in Carroll County crash.

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MCPS may make mental health days excused absences during pandemicThe Montgomery County School Board may start giving students in Marylands largest school system excused absences to take mental health days during the pandemic.

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Study: Alcohol, Drug-Related Deaths Up Across Maryland Amid COVID PandemicState officials said they are working to make sure the COVID-19 pandemic won't undo the work they accomplished over the past decade.

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Maryland releases more data showing high risk locations for COVID-19MARYLAND — As a part of Maryland's contact tracing initiative to help prevent the spread of the virus, health officials have released new information on where some may have been exposed to COVID-19.

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Impact Of A Scholarship: Katie Pumphrey"Being a Maryland student-athlete is an honor that doesn't go away when you graduate." Katie Pumphrey found "her people" at Maryland and continues to appreciate her alma mater and those who helped her achive her dreams.

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Virginia and Maryland Rank Near the Top of Best States for TeachersA study looked at metrics on teacher pay, student ratios, and benefits to determine the rankings of best states for teachers.

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Police: 5-Month-Old Baby Critically Injured In Crash In South BaltimoreA 5-month-old baby is in critical condition after a serious crash in south Baltimore on Wednesday night.

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Suspect indicted for 2015 murder of a mother and 7-year-oldOn Wednesday, A federal grand jury returned a superseding indictment charging Andre Ricardo Briscoe, a/k/a Poo, age 37, of Baltimore and Cambridge, Maryland, with federal drug distribution charges, use of a firearm to commit murder in relation to the drug trafficking crimes, killing a witness to prevent communication with law enforcement, and...

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MM 9.24: Maryland defensive lineman Olu Oluwatimi opts out of 2020 seasonThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Maryland courts go to full operation Oct. 5Maryland will begin jury trials on Oct. 5, ending a long wait for defendants who have been in jail or on home detention since March, when courts closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Maryland teacher marks 6 months since coronavirus nearly killed himJason Flanagan of Frederick, Maryland, who teaches at High Point High School in Beltsville, reflects on his near-deadly battle with the coronavirus.

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Design for Distancing installations encourage social distancing in fun, artsy waysInstallations continue to pop up around Baltimore that are meant to be artsy and whimsical but also encourage people to maintain social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Seeing What Happens: High Zero Goes VirtualBmoreArt is a creative and critical daily online journal. We believe that Baltimore's creative class deserves to be discussed, critiqued, and well-informed.

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Police: Maryland woman charged in death of 1-year-old sonBALTIMORE — A woman in Maryland has been charged in the death of her 1-year-old...

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Unemployment Drops In Maryland With More Than 9,000 Claims Filed In Last WeekNationally, another 870,000 Americans filed first-time claims for benefits on a seasonally adjusted basis, up slightly from the week before.

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Today's Forecast: September 24, 2020Today, mostly cloudy skies can be expected with highs in the upper 70s. Tonight, lows will be around 60 degrees with mostly cloudy skies.

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Firefighters Respond to Motorhome Fire at Firefighters Residence in CallawayOn Wednesday, September 23, 2020, at 8:30 a.m., Chief 6A from the Valley Lee Volunteer Fire Department requested a structure fire assignment at his residence for a motorhome on fire.

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State Fire Marshal Investigating Garage Fire in Charlotte Hall, Over $30,000 in Damage CausedOn Monday, September 21, 2020, at approximately 3:25 p.m., firefighters from Charles County and St. Mary's County responded to 15055 Oaks Road in Charlotte Hall, for the reported structure on fire threatening other structures.

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Commissioners Approve State Capital Improvements Program for St. Mary's County Public SchoolsThe Commissioners of St. Mary's County voted unanimously to authorize Commissioner President Randy Guy to sign a letter of support for an increase of $8,167,000 to the St. Mary's County Public Schools.

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Live-in boyfriend identified as suspect in Chillum woman's killingPrince Georges County, Maryland, police are searching for a man accused of shooting his girlfriend to death Monday at the home they shared in Chillum.

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How to prevent fires at home as weather gets chillyKnowing how fires can spread can help save your life. Heres some tips from a Montgomery County, Maryland, fire official.

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St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Seeking Identity of Three Vandalism SuspectsThe St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office is seeking the identities of the persons pictured in a vandalism investigation.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Declines As Cases Near 122KANNAPOLIS, Md. — The statewide coronavirus positivity decreased again Thursday as a total of 121,800 cases were reported in Maryland over the span of the pandemic.

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Commissioners Approve St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office $10,000 Recruitment and Retention GrantThe Commissioners of St. Mary's County have approved a $10,000 Police Recruitment and Retention Grant, allowing the Sheriff's Office to continue recruitment, education, and retention efforts.

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Prince George's County Man Pleads Guilty in Federal Court to a 2019 Bank Robbery Where he Stole $202The guilty plea was announced by United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Robert K. Hur Special Agent in Charge Jennifer C. Boone of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Baltimore Field Office; and Interim Chief Hector Velez of the Prince George’s County Police Department.

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Historic Sotterley Hosting Riverside Community Marketplace and Fall Farm Day on Saturday, October 3, and Sunday, October 4, 2020Historic Sotterley is holding the Riverside Community Marketplace and Fall Farm Day on October 3rd and 4th to celebrate and support our local businesses during these challenging times while also providing a range of family-friendly activities and demos.

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Black, Brown Communities Get COVID-19 Support through TelethonThis Saturday night, musicians, health-care workers and people who've been directly affected by COVID-19 are coming together online to raise awareness and funds for underserved communities hit hardest by the coronavirus.

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Charles County Sheriff's Office "We Care" Tips for Talking to Your Teen About Safe DrivingSeveral weeks ago, Charles County Public Schools began the ‘20-'21 school year on a virtual platform due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Criminal Summons, Criminal Citations, and Juvenile Apprehensions Made in August and September of 202008/01/20 - Barbara Ann Trossbach, age 58 of California - Possession of CDS: Not Marijuana by Cpl.

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Maryland legislators debate lifting caps on how much cities can be forced to pay for rogue police actionsA Maryland Senate committee discussed a package of bills Wednesday aimed at increasing police accountability, including legislation that would eliminate the financial cap on what police departments are forced to pay for actions of their officers.

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Two Subjects Rescued After Canoe Overturns in the Potomac RiverOn Wednesday, September 23, 2020, at approximately 10:26 p.m., fire and rescue personnel responded to Potomac River in the area of Morgantown Road in Newburg, for a reported overturned canoe with two subjects in the water.

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Jeff Clements Receives Promotion to Chief of Charles County 911This entry was posted on September 24, 2020 at 1:00 am and is filed under All News, Charles News, County, Fire and Rescue, Law Enforcement, More News, z 600X120 Top Ad Bottom, z 600X120 Top Ad Top.

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More Than 400 Employees In Baltimore City Schools To Lose Jobs Due To COVID-Related Budget ShortfallAnthony Avery is one of the more than 400 teachers and other Baltimore City school employees who received sudden notice they will be laid off just days from now.

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Eovaldi's Solid Outing, Devers' Hit Lift Sox Over O's 9-1BOSTON — Nathan Eovaldi struck out eight over six scoreless innings, Rafael Devers hit a three-run double that capped a six-run third and the Boston Red Sox beat the Baltimore Orioles 9-1 on Wednesday night in a matchup of the AL East’s worst teams.

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Study Finds Alcohol, Drug-Related Deaths Up In Maryland Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs the COVID-19 pandemic continues to claim the lives of thousands of people, new data shows a dramatic jump in drug and alcohol-related deaths across the state.

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Water Quality Of Inner Harbor Is Better, Still Not Ready For Swimming, Report SaysAccording to a recent report, the water quality of Baltimore's Inner Harbor is getting better, but it may not be ready for swimming just yet.

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11PM Sports 09.23.2020Categories: Latest Sports Cast, Professional, Sports.

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MM 9.24: Maryland defensive lineman Olu Oluwatimi opts out of 2020 seasonThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Community saves dance studio in AnnapolisANNAPOLIS, Md. — Baltimore born, Barbara Winner thought this was it. 76 years of dance done.

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Bad crash in Curtis Bay sends two people to hospital including 5-month-old childAccording to police, a Nissan Centre was traveling at a high rate of speed in the area of 1600 Church Street when the driver lost control and struck several parked vehicles.

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan takes stance on Supreme Court nominee before electionRepublican Gov. Larry Hogan says he believes it would be a mistake for his party to "ram through" a nomination to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court before the November election.

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Pushback on proposed MTA budget cuts; Coalition sends letter to Governor HoganBALTIMORE — The Central Maryland Transportation Alliance is calling on Governor Larry Hogan to cancel MDOT MTA proposed budget cuts, saying "we should not be balancing the state transportation budget on the backs of brown and black essential workers".

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Maryland coaches, families will push to play high school football at Annapolis rallyRight now, big crowds may not be gathering at high school football games in Maryland, but this weekend, hundreds of players, coaches, and parents will converge on Annapolis.

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Baltimore County Public Schools Hold Virtual Summit, Address Parent Concerns Amid Academic Year Like No OtherBaltimore County Public Schools hosted a virtual back-to-school summit Wednesday evening.

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Maryland coaches and families push to play high school footballBig crowds may not be gathering at high school football games in Maryland, but this weekend, hundreds of players, coaches, and parents will converge on Annapolis.

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Annapolis Police investigating stabbing Wednesday afternoonAnnapolis Police are investigating a stabbing that took place at around 5 p.m. on Wednesday in the unit block of Bens Drive.

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Shepherd's Office offering new annual Fall event for community, will be held October 30With what Halloween may look like for trick or treaters up in the air, The Shepherds Office in Georgetown announced they will be hosting their first annual  Christ, Community, And Candy in our trunks event October 30th.

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Local farmers on Delmarva tapping into Asian Indian vegetables with help of UMES, could help the economyAfter receiving two U.S. Department of Agriculture grants, totaling $63,000 dollars, an assistant professor at UMES is now aiming to provide research and training to farmers and students to start a successful Asian Indian vegetable enterprise on Delmarva.

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Cape Henlopen student tests positive for COVID-19SUSSEX Co., Del.  A student at Cape Henlopen High School has tested positive for COVID-19.

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Ravens prep for Super Bowl champs, face Kansas City Chiefs Monday nightBALTIMORE — It's a Marquee Monday night matchup between the defending Super Bowl champs and a team with Super Bowl aspirations.

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Forward Maryland 132: Justice Eludes, and ICE Evades, 09232020We discuss the outrageous decision made regarding the officers responsible for Breonna Taylor's death, and about the Howard County Council's current legislation which would end the County's contract with ICE.

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