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The Internet Is Exploding: 10 Must-Read Articles This Week 3/7BmoreArt 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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Maryland Concludes Sessions I and II at B1G ChampionshipsMaryland's wrestling team competed in Sessions I and II at the Big Ten Championships on Saturday at the Bryce Jordan Center on the campus of Penn State University.

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Baseball vs Maryland on 3/6/2021The official box score of Baseball vs Maryland on 3/6/2021.

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11pm Sports 03.06.21Categories: High School, Latest Sports Cast, Professional, Sports.

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Boatyard CollageA couple of years ago my dad asked me to make him a piece of art inspired by our familys roots at the Willard and Sons Boatyard in Annapolis, Maryland on Orchard Beach road.

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Bolden's late layup lifts Seaford to win over DoverThe Seaford Blue Jays overcame a ten point second half deficit to pull off a 59-57 win over Dover on Saturday night.

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Maryland women's basketball: Photos from the Big Ten championshipThe best moments from the Terps' historic victory.

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15-Year-Old Boy Shot In Columbia Saturday Afternoon, Howard County Police SayHoward County Police are investigating after a 15-year-old boy was shot in Columbia on Saturday afternoon.

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on March 6Here's what to know about the coronavirus data, resources and reopenings across the D.C. area.

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Elkton Motel Owners Shot, One Fatally, After Room Rental DisputeELKTON, Md. — Police in Maryland say the owners of a Cecil County motel were shot in a dispute over a room rental.

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Maryland volleyball defeats Indiana, 3-1Despite being shorthanded, the Terps were able to snag a win on the road.

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Md. National Guard MemberOn Friday, March 5, at 9:15 a.m., the Frederick County Sheriff's Office detectives successfully detained Daniel Joseph Morozewicz, currently of Frederick Maryland, on one count of child pornography.

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Withers Leads UMass Lowell Past Top-Seeded UMBC 79-77BALTIMORE — Connor Withers scored a career-high 28 points and Obadiah Noel added 22 points as UMass Lowell narrowly defeated top-seeded Maryland-Baltimore County 79-77 in the America East Conference tournament on Saturday.

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Jaylin Andrews Leads Loyola Past Top-Seeded Navy 76-68ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Jaylin Andrews scored 17 points, Santi Aldama added 15 with 12 rebounds and two blocked shots and Loyola knocked off top-seeded Navy 76-68 in the opening round of the Patriot League tournament on Saturday.

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Governor Larry Hogan Announces New Vaccine MilestoneMARYLAND Governor Larry Hogan has announced that the state is reporting over 50 thousand doses of the Covid vaccine have been administered over the past 24 hours, breaking its single-day record.

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Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, 70% Of Women Feel They Need To Lower Career Expectations, LinkedIn Survey FindsMore than 67 million women are currently employed in the U.S. For many of them, the COVID-19 pandemic has turned life upside down.

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Nonprofit see's overwhelming support from Do More 24 Delaware event, raised over $52KThe Shepherds Office, in Georgetown, is happy to see how much the community supported them for this years Do More 24 event.

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Local woman shares her story of having Huntington's DiseaseHuntingtons disease, some of you may have heard of it, but some of you may have not.

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No. 8 Maryland 88, Penn St. 61Jim's Tastee Freez opens as it mourns the death of beloved founder Jim Sheldon.

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State Fire Marshal Investigating Large Barn Fire in Leonardtown, No Injuries ReportedOn Saturday, March 6, 2021, at approximately 5: p.m., firefighters from Leonardtown, Hollywood, Bay District, Valley Lee, Seventh District, Mechanicsville, Ridge, and Solomons responded to 41021 Cryer Court in Leonardtown, for the reported large structure on fire.

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15-Year-Old Boy Dies After Thursday Shooting In Northwest Baltimore, Police SayA 15-year-old boy who was shot in northwest Baltimore early Thursday night has succumbed to his injures, according to police.

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Baltimore Ravens have to be willing to spend more for receiversThe Baltimore Ravens need to be willing to spend what the NFL typically costs at the wide receiver position.

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No. 8 Maryland women's basketball secures Big Ten title with 88-61 win over Penn StateThe Terps used a strong second half to run way with the victory.

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Maryland Officials Warn Residents About Rise In COVID-19 Related ScamsOfficials in Maryland are warning residents about a rise in scams amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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'Dino Safari' Coming To The National HarborItching for something to do? You can soon take a trip back to the prehistoric era!

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Airline Traffic Continues Recent Increase At BWI Airport, Officials SayAirline traffic is continuing to increase at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, officials said Saturday.

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Rockville Police Officer, Maryland National Guardsman Daniel Morozewicz Arrested On Child Porn ChargeBOWIE, Md. — A Maryland police officer and National Guard member was arrested Friday on a child pornography charge while working the mass vaccination clinic at Six Flags amusement park.

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Saturday Recap: Syracuse Holds off Vermont, Maryland Runs Past Johns HopkinsPhoto Courtesy of Syracuse Athletics) After taking down ACC rival Virginia Cavaliers by ten goals last week, the Syracuse Orange had to hold off a feisty Vermont Catamounts squad.

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Maryland Reaches 50K COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Delivered In One Day, Gov. Hogan SaysMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan says the state has administered 50,000 vaccines in a single day for the first time.

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Maryland Continues Their Path to Greatness Beating Hopkins 18-10Everyone knew that the Maryland lacrosse team was going to be very good this year.

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Montgomery County rethinking policing in schoolsMontgomery County, Maryland, is the latest to push forward with a proposal to end the school resource officer program, which would remove police officers from school buildings.

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So Much Depends on a SidewalkA few days before Christmas 2020, a crew of men and women pulled up on the road in front of myself and, like a team of angels sent by God herself, installed and finished a six foot wide sidewalk in a few days.

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No. 3 Maryland men's lacrosse uses strong third quarter to rout Johns Hopkins, 18-10The Terps exploded offensively in the second half to run away in the latest installment of "The Rivalry."

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Maryland basketball: Big Ten Tournament seeding, opponents scenarios become clearMarylands potential seeding and opponent in the Big Ten Tournament are almost sealed.

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Maryland Gov. Hogan calls for investigation into Baltimore HS failing students, others call for shutdownMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has called for an investigation into a Baltimore High School after a found scores of students at the school are failing.

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Md. National Guard member detained at Six Flags vaccine site on child porn chargeA Rockville City police officer and Maryland National Guardsman was taken into custody Friday while working at the Six Flags mass vaccination site in Prince Georges County on a child pornography charge, authorities said.

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Maryland basketball: two Terps on new NBA Draft boardTwo Maryland basketball players made The Athletics NBA Draft Big Board this week, and it might surprise you to see who was ranked highest.

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Maryland Guard Member Arrested at Vaccine Site on Child Pornography Charge: AuthoritiesA Rockville police officer and Maryland National Guard member was arrested Friday on a child pornography charge, police say.

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Maryland National Guard member arrested on child porn charge at vaccination siteA member of the Maryland National Guard, who also serves as a police officer, is accused of possessing child pornography, authorities said.

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Baltimore Ravens: Possible cap casualty players to snatch upWith what's shaping up to be a wild week of salary cap casualties in the NFL ahead, let's take a look at who the Ravens may have interest in signing.

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Maryland National Guard member arrested on child porn charge at vaccination siteA member of the Maryland National Guard, who also serves as a police officer, is accused of possessing child pornography, authorities said.

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Maryland men's soccer vs Wisconsin previewThe Terps are still searching for their first win of the season as they return home to face the Badgers.

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Aaron Wiggins reacts to Mark Turgeon vs the 1984 TerrapinsThe junior guard reacts to seeing his high school and college head coaches face each other in the 1984 Great Alaska Shootout.

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Maryland men's lacrosse: Terps start slow, finish fast in big win over rival Johns HopkinsIn the earliest season match-up in the history of the sport's greatest rivalry, the University of Maryland started slow but finished fast on its way to a comfortable 18-10 win over Johns Hopkins in this season's Round One edition of The Rivalry.

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COVID-19 In Maryland: 932 New Cases Reported; 11 New DeathsThe state's health department reported 932 new cases and 11 new deaths from the virus on Saturday.

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Ravens offensive line is the big key for Lamar JacksonThe Baltimore Ravens offensive line needs an upgrade in order for Lamar Jackson's game to get even better.

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Maryland State Police Investigating Death in LeonardtownOn Saturday, March 6, 2021, at approximately 9:35 a.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to the 28800 block of Point Lookout Road in Leonardtown, for the reported subject not breathing.

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Mike Locksley praised for early work at MarylandIn the Big Ten's shortened college football season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Maryland Terrapins finished 2-3 under second-year head coach Mike Locksley.

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Maryland women's basketball secures sole possession of Big Ten title with 88-61 win over Penn StateThe Terps used a strong second half to run way with the victory.

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Why the Ravens need to consider signing JuJu Smith-SchusterThe Baltimore Ravens need to get better at wide receiver this offseason, and have recently been tied to pending Steelers free agent JuJu Smith-Schuster.

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Winter Feel this Weekend in Maryland, Spring Fever FollowsA winter-like weekend ahead with a spring-like warm up on the way! Canadian high pressure will continue to migrate southeastward this weekend and send us northwesterly winds Saturday and Sunday.

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Maryland In The Age Of Sail: Free Lecture Series at Calvert Marine MuseumThe Calvert Marine Museum announces its Spring 2021 virtual lecture series: "Maryland in the Age of Sail." Join Mark Wilkins, CMM Curator of Maritime History, as he explores topics ranging from European influences, to the tobacco trade, to the Civil War on the Chesapeake and more, through the 20th century.

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Maryland seeks revenge on Penn StatePenn State vs. Maryland. Xfinity Center, College Park, Maryland; Sunday, 7 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Maryland seeks revenge on Penn State after dropping the first...

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Maryland Farm and Harvest Visits Garrett, Harford, Prince George's, and Queen Anne's Counties During Season-Ending EpisodeANNAPOLIS, MD  – Maryland Public Television’s popular original series Maryland Farm and Harvest, now in its eighth season, will feature farms and locations in Garrett, Harford, Prince George’s, and Queen Anne’s counties during an episode celebrating the “best of” eight seasons of the popular original series.

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Today's Forecast: March 6, 2021Temperatures will be slightly milder in the low to mid 40s and less breezy for today, under mostly sunny skies.

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Advocates Call On Lawmakers To Pass Robust Protections for HomeownersAdvocates are continuing their call for Maryland legislators to pass relief for homeowners, warning of a looming foreclosure crisis unless lawmakers take action.

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Maryland men's soccer vs Wisconsin previewMaryland men’s soccer is looking to overcome its poor start to the 2021 season, still in the hunt for its first win as it returns back to Ludwig Field in College Park to face the Wisconsin Badgers Sunday afternoon.

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COVID-19 In Maryland: 932 New Cases Reported; 11 New DeathsANNAPOLIS, Md. — The state's health department reported 932 new cases and 11 new deaths from the virus on Saturday.

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Maryland Guard Member Arrested at Vaccine Site on Child Pornography Charge: AuthoritiesA Rockville police officer and Maryland National Guard member was arrested Friday on a child pornography charge, police say.

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Opinion: Time to End Neglect in Md. Nursing HomesA few days ago, our new President and Vice President held a ceremony honoring the 500,000 Americans who have lost their lives to COVID-19.

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Covid-19: Vaccine rollout  and resistance  in Baltimore, MarylandOver a year after pandemic hit, US is beginning to see light at end of the tunnel.

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Decatur slams Parkside in first win of Coleman eraThe Stephen Decatur Seahawks football program got off to a great start in 2021, defeating Parkside 38-12 on Friday night at Wicomico County Stadium.

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Woodbridge ends Cape Henlopen's undefeated seasonWoodbridge got their revenge Friday night, defeating Cape Henlopen 47-41 in Lewes. The loss brought the Vikings undefeated season to a crashing end.

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Gov. Carney announces updates on Delaware's COVID-19 vaccination plan; educator vaccinations expansionDELAWARE  On Friday, Governor John Carney announced an expansion of Delaware's COVID-19 vaccination program for educators, school staff, and child care workers  in line with President Bidens commitment to provide at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to school personnel by the end of March.

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CSD rolls past WiHi to start the season 1-0Behid two touchdowns and an interception from Dario Belizaire, the Cambridge Vikings defeated WiHi 27-6 to start the season 1-0.

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Bill to rebuild trust between immigrants and law enforcementA bill that would prohibit law enforcement from inquiring about immigration status and end police cooperation with ICE in Maryland drew emotional testimony from immigrants, advocacy groups and lawmakers on Wednesday.

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First Maryland COVID-19 Patient Shares Story for First TimeOne woman remembers all too well the feelings of this day one year ago. Bonnie Lippe was one of three people diagnosed first in the D.C. area, and while Lippe...

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COVID-19 Day of Remembrance in MarylandIt's been one year since the first confirmed coronavirus case in the D.C. region. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan declared today as COVID-19 Day of Remembrance.

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Maryland officials honor and remember COVID-19 victims on one year anniversary of first COVID-19 case in the stateAnd to commemorate the day, Governor Larry Hogan declared Friday, a day of remembrance. Governor Hogan says the commemoration is in honor of the 7,784 Marylanders, who lost their lives during the pandemic.

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Maryland Gas Prices Up 28 Cents From Last Month; National Average 25 Cents Away From $3The statewide gas average in Maryland rose at least four cents this week, as the national average increased by six cents, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.

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The Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council providing COVID relief to some local artistsSALISBURY, Md.  The Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council announced they want to keep the arts alive in the community throughout the pandemic and with the help of some relief funds, they might just be able to do so.

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Maryland Drops Season Opener vs. Michigan State, 6-0The University of Maryland baseball team dropped its season-opener to Michigan State on Friday night at Fluor Field in Greenville, South Carolina.

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Maryland state constitution requires free public education, no standard for qualityNew developments in a Project Baltimore investigation that found hundreds of students failing at a West Baltimore high school.

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Maryland baseball struggles to capitalize on chances, drops season opener to Michigan State, 6-0The Spartans got the job done offensively, but the Terps couldn't say the same.

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Nicklas Backstrom Records 700th Career Assist in loss to BruinsNicklas Backstrom provided one of the few positives in Friday's game against the Bruins. Recording career assist number 700, Backstrom joins elite club.

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Maryland men's lacrosse: Terps, Johns Hopkins set to renew "The Rivalry"The Terps return to College Park to take on a familiar foe in an early-season meeting of 'The Rivalry.' Maryland's defense has stifled consecutive opponents, most recently at Penn State, in jumping out to a fast start for the season.

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K9 With Carroll County Sheriff's Department Receives Bulletproof VestA K9 with the Carroll County Sheriff's Department is getting new equipment to keep him safe on the job.

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House Panel expands and approves sports gambling billThe House Ways and Means Committee approved a sports betting bill on Friday that backers say would clear the way for more minority and female entrepreneurs to get a foothold in the new and fast-growing industry.

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Maryland Casinos Generate $126.2 Million During FebruaryThe state's six casinos are still feeling the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic. They made about $126 million last month, down nearly 17% compared to last February.

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Giraffe at Maryland Zoo Dies After Suffering from Abdominal DistensionAnuli had been undergoing treatment since October for episodes of abdominal distension in her rumen, the first compartment in her stomach, according to the zoo.

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PHOTOS: Maryland marks 1 year of coronavirus with twilight vigilMaryland marks one year since the first cases of COVID-19 were reported in the state.

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DNA Test Reveals Woman's Father Is Maryland Fugitive: the News4 RundownA DNA test reveals a woman's father is Maryland fugitive Bradford Bishop and a debate over what journalists should call Washington, D.C.

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Baltimore Police: Man Killed In Shooting Friday NightBaltimore Police are investigating after a man was killed in a shooting Friday night.

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Penn State vs. MarylandGet a preview of the Penn State Lady Lions vs. Maryland Terrapins basketball game.

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St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Investigating Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision in CaliforniaOn Friday, March 5, 2021, at approximately 7:05 p.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to the area of 43735 St. Andrew's Church Road and Sandra Lane in California, for the motor vehicle collision reported serious with multiple patients ejected.

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Maryland Musician Who Converts White Supremacists Reflects on Capitol RiotDaryl Davis' home is filled with music and memories of playing with rock ‘n' roll royalty such as Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis.

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Volleyball Falls to Indiana in Series OpenerThe University of Maryland volleyball team dropped its series opener vs. Indiana, 3-0, on Friday evening at Wilkinson Hall in Bloomington, Indiana.

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Shorthanded due to COVID-19 related issues, Maryland volleyball falls to Indiana in straight setsThe Terps were unable to withstand attacks from the Hoosiers with a lack of depth.

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Baltimore County Public Schools To Allow Inner County Sporting Events Beginning Next FridayStudent-athletes in Baltimore County will be able to face off in games beginning next Friday, the county's public school system announced.

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Annapolis Files Lawsuit Against Big Oil Companies For The Costs Of Climate ChangeAnnapolis is no stranger to flooding and it has long had to deal with the effects of rising sea levels.

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Maryland Falls to MinnesotaStadium Maryland Softball Stadium Kehoe Track and Field Complex Maryland Golf Course Maryland Tennis Facility Football Men's Basketball Women's Basketball Wrestling Men's Lacrosse Women's Lacrosse Food and Entertainment Hotels and Lodging Parking Information Transportation Tailgating Guide Tailgate Guys Building Champions Facilities Campaign...

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Puppy Stolen From Backyard At Northwest Baltimore Home Returned To OwnerA puppy taken from its owner's fenced-in backyard has been returned to the family after someone saw the video on social media.

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"The Wall that Heals" coming to the Eastern ShoreOCEAN PINES, Md.  The Worcester County Veterans Memorial committee is preparing to oversee the event which will welcome The Wall that Heals. Its a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. This year, it will be hosted right here on the Eastern shore in April.

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Former Baltimore Police Trainee Jordan Ali Indicted After Allegedly Harassing, Chasing Women Who Wouldn't Invite Him To PartyA former Baltimore police officer has been indicted on 11 counts ranging from first-degree assault to reckless driving stemming from an incident while he was off duty last month, the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office said Friday evening.

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Initiative to provide healthier food options for prison inmatesMARYLAND  Maryland House bill 1071 would require prisons and hospitals to give inmates the option of receiving plant-based meals to reduce and fight chronic and infectious diseases like heart disease and COVID-19.

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Friday Afternoon Headlines: Baltimore Senators urge reconsideration of Hopkins police force; Maryland college athletes could get paid for endorsementsAfter decades of secrecy, Maryland might make police disciplinary records public - The Washington Post.

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Behind a strong defensive showing, Maryland field hockey takes down Ohio State, 2-0The Terps bounce back and move to 2-1 on the young season.

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Legislation for control of the Baltimore Police moves to the House AA groundbreaking package of police reform legislation has been passed by the Maryland Senate and now heads to the House of Delegates for hearings and approval.

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Maryland bill would refine environmental justice commissionA bill in the Maryland Senate would reform a commission to reflect the diversity within the state and expand to help vulnerable communities affected by environmental justice issues.

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Snow Hill wastewater treatment plant issues, addressedThe town, like many others is experiencing issues involving their wastewater treatment plant. Now the town is asking the county help fix the problem.

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New manufacturing plant bringing jobs to the Cambridge areaIn a time when trying to find a job is difficult, a new manufacturing plant is hoping to bring jobs to the area with their new facility in Cambridge.

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Delaware Farm Bureau Members upset over USPS service, they say they are receiving dead livestock, late medicationsDelaware Farm Bureau members are advocating for a better USPS service after having issues since last year.

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Police: Man Charged In Connection To Shooting In Northwest BaltimorePolice have charged a suspect who they say shot a 38-year-old man in northwest Baltimore in February.

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Lewes woman pitches her business, Pinch Me Therapy Dough, to Shark Tank investorsNancy Rothner, the owner of a Lewes business called Pinch Me, is still in shock that she had the opportunity to swim with the sharks, and no, not actual Sharks, but some of the top investors on the show Shark Tank.

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Legislation for control of the Baltimore police moves to the HouseA groundbreaking package of police reform legislation has been passed by the Maryland Senate and now heads to the House of Delegates for hearings and approval.

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Study: High Schoolers Who Misuse Prescription Opioids Are At Higher Risk For Suicidal BehaviorsAbout one of every three high school students who said they were misusing prescription opioids when they were surveyed reported they had attempted suicide, according to a study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics.

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Latina lawmaker mocked for accent while disparities in Maryland: 'I was in disbelief'Councilmember Nancy Navarro of Montgomery County, Maryland was discussing racial disparities in vaccination rates when she was mocked for her accent.

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Covid-19 Death Rates 10 Times Higher In Countries Where Most Adults Are Overweight, Report FindsThe risk of death from Covid-19 is about 10 times higher in countries where most of the population is overweight, according to a report released Wednesday by the World Obesity Federation.

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Maryland 911 Dispatcher Helps Couple Deliver Baby BoyA Maryland 911 dispatcher's quick thinking and calm demeanor helped a couple when a woman went into labor without medical professionals nearby.

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Maryland Gas Prices Up 28 Cents From Last Month; National Average 25 Cents Away From $3The statewide gas average in Maryland rose at least four cents this week, as the national average increased by six cents, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.

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Maryland lawmakers are close to adding HBCU fundingCapital News Service - In 2005, Towson University and the University of Maryland, Baltimore announced a joint Master of Business Administration program,.

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Maryland Lawmakers Are Close To Adding HBCU FundingMaryland lawmakers are pushing for a bill that would allocate nearly $600 million in funding to HBCUs in the state.

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Baltimore Now Publicizing Whether People Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Locally Are City Residents Or From Other AreasBaltimore will begin publicize data that shows whether people who get COVID-19 vaccines at sites in the city live in Baltimore, city leaders said Friday.

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8-year-old giraffe Anuli dies unexpectedly at Maryland ZooClick here for updates on this story BALTIMORE - Anuli, an eight-year-old giraffe at the Maryland Zoo, died unexpectedly on.

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Rousucks ReviewMidday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom now with another look at the pandemic-inspired virtual theater scene.

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Former Maryland police chief arrested for arson and attempted murderCrawford, who has been described as a "serial arsonist," kept a "target list" of fire victims on his cellphone, Howard County Police Chief Lisa Myers said at a Thursday news conference.

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Ravens set to re-sign Justin EllisThe one-year deal is said to be worth 1.2 million with 400,000 of it guaranteed, per Josina Anderson.

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Midday at the Movies: Golden Globes and Diversity, Hot StreamsNomadland, directed by Chloe Zhao. This semi-documentary portrait of older Americans seeking new lives as nomads won Golden Globes for Best Motion Picture Drama and Best Director, Motion Picture.

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Watch: Interview with Aberdeen IronBirds hitting coach Tom EllerThe Aberdeen IronBirds hitting coach Tom Eller joins us to talk about the upcoming 2021 baseball season.

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Maryland House of Delegates Passes Landmark Community Choice Energy Legislation, First of its Kind in MarylandAnnapolis, MD - This morning, the Maryland House of Delegates passed legislation to allow a Community Choice Energy pilot program in Montgomery County.

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February Casino Revenue Dips in Maryland; Capacity Still DownOverall casino revenue was down 31% in 2020 compared to 2019, mostly because of closures related to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Maryland remembers more than 7,700 who died of COVID-19It's been one year since Maryland reported its first cases of the coronavirus and as the fight continues, Gov.

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Everything to Know About Maryland State Stimulus ChecksThe Maryland Recovery for the Economy, Livelihoods, Industries, Entrepreneurs, and Families. Act recently passed. Here's what you should know.

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Maryland baseball struggles to capitalize on chances, drops season opener to Michigan State, 6-0The Spartans got the job done offensively, but the Terps couldn't say the same.

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Maryland women's basketball vs Penn State rematch previewThe Terps will close out the regular season at Xfinity Center.

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More Enforcement Powers Needed In Maryland's Public Information Act To Make Government More TransparentMaryland's public access ombudsman and the chair of the Public Information Act Compliance Board say they need greater enforcement powers to make state and local government more transparent to its citizens.

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Maryland COVID-19 Vaccine Update: March 5, 2021Maryland is reporting a one-day record of 46,384 shots administered, for a total of 1,482,780 COVID-19 vaccines administered.

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Md. Senate Begins Discussions on Sweeping Climate BillThe Maryland Senate began preliminary discussions Friday on a sweeping climate action plan that calls for net-zero statewide greenhouse gas emissions by 2045.

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Assisted living operator steps in to buy Overlook site in North BaltimoreBaltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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Standardized Tests in Maryland Scaled Back, Moved to FallStandardized tests for students in Maryland have been scaled back and pushed until this fall.

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Maryland WBB Game23 PSUStadium Maryland Softball Stadium Kehoe Track and Field Complex Maryland Golf Course Maryland Tennis Facility Football Men's Basketball Women's Basketball Wrestling Men's Lacrosse Women's Lacrosse Food and Entertainment Hotels and Lodging Parking Information Transportation Tailgating Guide Tailgate Guys Building Champions Facilities Campaign...

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SMECO Electric Vehicle Charging Station Now Available in LeonardtownSouthern Maryland Electric Cooperative announced the opening of the first of its SMECO EV Recharge public charging stations for electric vehicles.

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Crownsville Man Jared Johnson Accused Of Having 18K Child Porn Images Arrested In New Mexico, Police SayPolice have arrested a 36-year-old Crownsville man who they said had 18,000 images of child pornography on numerous electronic devices.

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8 Terps Set for Regular Season Finale SaturdayThe eighth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team will close the regular season with a 3 p.m.

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Cooking with Lynn: Spinach, cocoa powder, and smoothiesSALISBURY, Md.  Thursday means we are back in Nutrition Educator Lynn Matavas kitchen, and today we are talking cocoa powder and spinach.

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"The Slave Breaker"A young Frederick Douglass, who was called "Frederick Bailey" at the time, is sent from his home in Baltimore to the Eastern shore, and subjected to the horrors of a notorious "slave breaker" named Covey.

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MSU baseball opens season in South Carolina with series against MarylandMSU baseball will open its season against Maryland and Northwestern this weekend.

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COVID-19 In Maryland: 913 New Cases Reported; ICU Cases UpOn the one-year anniversary of the first COVID-19 cases being reported in Maryland, the state's health department reported 913 new cases and eight new deaths from the virus.

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Hot Plate: openings in Towson and Remington, Krautfest at Gertrude's, whiskey at The Manor Tavern and moreThis week Baltimore's dining scene has several high-profile openings and a flurry of events featuring everything from whiskey to sauerkraut.

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Maryland baseball set to begin 2021 seasonThe nearly year-long drought of college baseball is over. Opening Day for Maryland is at 6:30 p.m.

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UPDATE: Man who Shot and Killed Wife in Callaway Pleads Guilty to First Degree MurderHe told police he retrieved a handgun from his bedroom, stood behind the sleeping victim and shot her multiple times, ending her life.

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Aew Revolution Ppv PreviewThis Sunday March 7th from Jacksonville Flordia marks the return of AEW to PPV with Revolution 2021, the first PPV of 2021.

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Adult Entertainment Can Resume In Baltimore Friday Afternoon After City Agrees To Life COVID RestrictionAfter Baltimore city reached an agreement with strip clubs Wednesday, adult entertainment can resume in the city on Friday afternoon.

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3 Maryland Battles #20 Hopkins in 113th Meeting of "The Rivalry" SaturdayMaryland Stadium 1:00 pm EDT: COLLEGE PARK, Md. -  The third-ranked Maryland men's lacrosse team will host Johns Hopkins on Saturday, March 6 for the 113th meeting in the greatest rivalry in the sport of lacrosse.

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Maryland basketball: Terps in bracketology no-man's land?With Maryland basketball's 60-55 loss to Northwestern on Wednesday, any hope the Terps had of climbing higher than a No.

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Bonded Pair Of Blind Cats At Maryland SPCA Need 'Purrrfect' HomeBeth is blind and relatively low energy. She still likes to play but is far more confident when Dwight is around.

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Ritz Residences in Chevy Chase now for sale, buyer tours fully bookedThere appears to be a lot of interest among high-end buyers for the new, seven-figure Ritz-Carlton Residences in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

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Towns light up yellow for Endometriosis Awareness MonthDELMARVA  March marks Endometriosis Awareness Month, and one woman is doing everything she can to spread awareness of the disease.

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More enforcement powers needed in Maryland's Public Information Act to make government more transparentMarylands public access ombudsman and the chair of the Public Information Act Compliance Board say they need greater enforcement powers to make state and local government more transparent to its citizens.

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Capacity restrictions are still crimping Maryland's casinosTotal gaming revenue at Maryland's six privately owned casinos in February was down 16.6% from a year ago because of ongoing COVID-19 limitations to the number of guests.

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In-person visitation in Delaware prisons resuming on March 16DOVER, Del.  The Delaware Department of Correction will resume in-person inmate visitation on Tuesday, March 16th, after temporarily suspending visitations back in November because of the pandemic.

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One year after Maryland confirmed its first three coronavirus cases, the state's caseload has surpassed 385,000In the year since the pandemic hit Maryland, state officials have confirmed a total of 385,678 positive COVID-19 cases, including 913 cases that were newly reported Friday morning.

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COVID-19 In Maryland: 913 New Cases Reported; ICU Cases UpOn the one-year anniversary of the first COVID-19 cases being reported in Maryland, the state's health department reported 913 new cases and eight new deaths from the virus.

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Listen: Maryland 'Vaccine Hunters' Prioritize Equity As Rollouts Fall ShortMaryland Equity Vaccine Hunters is a new effort to find vaccine appointments exclusively for people in underserved communities.

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Mid-Session Musings, #AfterDarkOn the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast #AfterDark, Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson discuss the latest news and notes from Annapolis, including long floor sessions, busy committee hearings, and multi-day committee voting sessions.

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Capitals vs Bruins, will the physicality of the first game continue?The Washington Capitals continue their road trip with another game against the Boston Bruins. The first game was a physical matchup with great defense on both sides.

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Former Maryland WR DJ Turner Says He Will Be 'Versatile Playmaker' In The NFLFormer Maryland wide receiver DJ Turner solidified himself as a legitimate NFL Draft prospect thanks to a strong 2020 season at Pitt.

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Baltimore Weather Blog: Chill In The AirA bit of a chill to start this day to be sure. And forget the wind and wind chill, an honestly chilly air mass is here for the weekend.

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Maryland volleyball weekend preview: IndianaMaryland will head to Bloomington to face off against former coach Steve Aird and his Hoosiers.

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Darryl Morsell: Maryland players push for Defensive Player of the YearThe senior led the Terps on the defensive end and off the court. His teammates want him to get recognition from the Big Ten.

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No. 3 Maryland men's lacrosse vs Johns Hopkins previewAnd though they aren't of the same caliber of Penn State or plenty of their counterparts, the Blue Jays, like all Big Ten programs, are perfectly capable of toppling the Terps.

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Friday Morning Headlines: Report finds alleged sexual abuse at Gilman School; Advocates push for police reform; and moreInside Baltimore's prestigious Gilman School: Decades of alleged sexual abuse, little effort at justice, report finds - The Baltimore Sun Advocates.

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30-Year-Old Woman Shot In SW Baltimore FridayA 30-year-old woman was shot in the back early Friday morning in southwest Baltimore.

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Contractor shortlist revealed for troubled Maryland Purple LineThree design-build contractor teams have been shortlisted to complete Maryland's 26.1km 21-station Purple Line light rail project.

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State Roundup: Hogan announces vaccine equity plan with community partnershipsGov. Larry Hogan announces state plan to ensure vaccine equity, which will include mobile clinics partnered with churches and community-based organizations.

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Maryland officials say state is moving to address vaccine equityMaryland leaders announced their plan today to address vaccine equity in the state through Maryland's Vaccine Equity Task Force.

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Takeaways from No. 8 Maryland women's basketball's win over No. 12 MichiganThe Terps used their defense once again to capture another Big Ten win.

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Tips for Maximizing a Personal Injury ClaimAccidents happen when we least expect them, and they can have devastating effects. Injuries from accidents can change your life for the worst.

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College golf: Maryland women still plotting upward course this springMaryland's women have landed in the top 20 of the Golfweek / Sagarin College Rankings as they chase big goals.

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MM 3.5: Maryland wrestling set to compete in Big Ten championshipThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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My Other Talent: Audrey BarberRecord-breaking gymnast Audrey Barber is one of the best gymnasts to wear the bedazzled Maryland leotard, but in her free time she delves into another creative interest: fashion.

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Maryland man killed in Bedford County crashA passerby found the vehicle around 6 a.m. Thursday.

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One woman dead after pedestrian crash in SalisburySALISBURY, Md.  Police in Salisbury are investigating a crash that left one woman dead.

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Dover man arrested for allegedly assaulting other manDOVER, Del.  A Dover man was arrested after police say he assaulted another man.

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on March 5Here's what to know about the coronavirus data, resources and reopenings across the D.C. area.

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Today's Forecast: March 5, 2021Today will be sunny with highs around 40 degrees. It will be breezy causing the wind chill to be in the low 30s.

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Corporeal Congruencies: Louise Bourgeois and Pooneh Maghazehe at CPMBmoreArt 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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MD bill could make virtual school a permanent optionHouse Bill 1170 was introduced this week by Delegate Kathy Szeliga. If passed, it would provide access to tuition-free, full-time online public school options.

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DCPS close-call with internet malware attacks; school district's superintendent reactsDORCHESTER CO., Md.  With virtual learning becoming a new normal for many school districts, they now run into attacks outside of coronavirus, computer virus attacks that is.

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Get Ready for the Big Legislative Fight of 2023Sometimes in Annapolis a major legislative fight can be seen far off on the horizon.

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Opinion: General Assembly Must Oversee Preparing for PandemicsMaryland's COVID-19 vaccination program has been chaotic, inefficient, and contentious. The state recently launched a centralized COVID-19 vaccination registration system for its mass vaccination sites after the decentralized system of registration and vaccine distribution first adopted was panned as a failure.

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UMES' summer internship applications available for local college studentsPRINCESS ANNE, Md.  The University of Maryland  Eastern Shore is offering minority and underrepresented students in Delaware and Maryland the opportunity to explore how their academic major can lead to a career in agriculture or food science.

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Delmar can't mount late comeback, eliminated from DIAA tournamentThe Delmar Wildcats boys basketball team fell to Wilmington Christian 57-51, in Round 2 of the DIAA tournament on Thursday night.

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Maryland field hockey edges Ohio State, 2-0But not a single one would cross the line. And as the sun set and cast shadows over the Virginia Beach Sportsplex, Maryland — powered by goals in the first and final minutes in the match — pulled off a stout shutout of Ohio State, 2-0.

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Riley Donnelly is fulfilling her potential as a star for Maryland field hockeyAs the Terps return to the Virginia Beach Sportsplex this weekend for matchups with Ohio State and Northwestern, Donnelly’s four points are far out in front for the team lead and tied for second in the Big Ten.

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The Maryland-Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse rivalry will look different this yearWe are playing for the crab trophy, so its going to be special..

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Maryland softball leaned on its pitching staff during its opening weekendTrinity Schlotterbeck led the way for the Terps, striking out 12 batters and posting a 0.63 ERA in the opening weekend.

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Maryland men's soccer was derailed by careless mistakes against RutgersFielding an inexperienced lineup, the Terps gave up two penalties and a host of fouls against the Scarlet Knights.

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Bayside Football Preview: WiHi TribeAfter a 4-5 season in 2019, no one is more eager to get back on the field than the WiHi Tribe.

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11PM Sports 03.04.21Categories: High School, Latest Sports Cast, Sports.

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Maryland's vaccine equity strategy will aim to connect with underserved groupsMaryland is adopting a new plan to get COVID-19 vaccines to vulnerable community members in parts of the state that have been hard-hit by the virus, Gov.

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Maryland man killed in Bedford County crash'I am an American, too': Violence sparks grief, reckoning for Asian Americans.

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Heading into the break on a high note: Wizards Defeat Clippers in dramatic fashionWashington - The Wizards played their final game before the All-Star Break against the Los Angeles Clippers.

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15-Year-Old Boy Critically Injured In NW Baltimore Shooting, Police Say; 5th Child Shot In City In Past WeekPolice are investigating after a 15-year-old boy was critically injured in a shooting in northwest Baltimore on Thursday night.

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Virtual Series from Maryland Educators Turns Focus to Anti-Racist Curriculum and Micro-Aggression in SchoolsCourageous Conversations Maryland, a series of virtual events by Maryland educators to open a dialogue among educators, students, and communities around the fight for racial and social justice, will hold its second event tonight on anti-racist curriculum and micro-aggression in schools.

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Nkwonta and Coleman win USTFCCCA AwardsThe U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association has announced Maryland's Angel Nkwonta as the Women's Field Athlete of the Year in the Mid-Atlantic Region and Assistant Coach Travis Coleman as the Women's Assistant Coach of the Year for the Mid-Atlantic Region.

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Comptroller's Office Mails Over 27K Payments To Marylanders Stuck In Unemployment DisputesComptroller Peter Franchot announced Thursday that checks to over 27,000 recipients identified by the Maryland Department of Labor for unemployment grants have been processed and mailed.

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Maryland to Distribute Vaccines More EquitablyMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan released further plans Thursday to distribute COVID-19 vaccines more equitably to underserved parts of Maryland after leaders of the state’s largest Black populations criticized major disparities in the rollout of vaccinations to minorities.

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Baltimore Orioles down Boston Red Sox, 6-4The Baltimore Orioles continued their positive offensive momentum with a huge victory over the Boston Red Sox, by a final of 6-4 in Spring Training action on.

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2 Men Facing Charges For Allegedly Crashing Carjacked Vehicle Into Trash Truck Along I-695Two men are facing charges for allegedly crashing a carjacked vehicle into a trash truck along I-695 last week, Baltimore County Police said.

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Marijuana Legalization Bill Sponsored By Maryland Senate Leaders Gets Hearing As Lawmakers Work To Merge With House PlanA marijuana legalization bill backed by top Maryland lawmakers got its first hearing on Thursday, with much of the discussion focused not on whether to end prohibition but how specifically to do it—including ways to merge the legislation with a separate proposal in the states House of Delegates.

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Maryland man dead after early morning crash in Bedford CountyVirginia State Police are investigating a deadly single-vehicle crash that happened in Bedford County early Thursday morning.

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College Athletes Could Be Paid For Endorsements Under Maryland BillCapital News Service - Â College athletes could be allowed to profit off of their name, image and likeness, and would be better protected under a bill that passed the Maryland House of Delegates this week.

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Maryland Gov. Hogan expands plans to improve vaccine equity"We're not where we need to be with the Black community or the Hispanic community, and so we're continuing to take every effort to ramp that up, Hogan said at a news conference in offering new steps to improve on distribution efforts."

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Sports betting debate heats up in Maryland legislatureMaryland legislators have begun to discuss regulation of the state's newly approved legalized sports betting market, which includes mobile wagering.

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Wrestling Travels to Big Ten ChampionshipsThe University of Maryland wrestling team will travel to University Park, Pa. to compete in the Big Ten Wrestling Championships on Saturday and Sunday at the Bryce Jordan Center.

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First-Ever Annapolis Oyster Fest Kicks OffCrabs may get a lot of attention in Maryland, but if you're looking for some great oysters, you may want to head down to Annapolis.

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Johns Hopkins Launches COVID-19 Vaccination Tracker For TeachersAs students and staff return to the classroom, state leaders are working to get every teacher vaccinated.

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Maryland Officials Announce COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Task Force As State, Baltimore Officials Spar Over Relief FundingMaryland officials Thursday announced what they called the first COVID-19 vaccine equity operations plan of any state to ensure vaccines are distributed equitably in the state.

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In Police Reform Debate, Senators Receive Pushback From 'Triad of Interests'Pushback received from reform activists and pro-policing organizations has proven that the answer to reform isn't found so simply.

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Take A Look Inside The Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Site At M&T Bank Stadium In BaltimoreThe new Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccines were administered at the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site on Thursday.

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Weather Tidbits: Snow SquallIts all about the snow squall on this Weather Tidbits. A snow squall is a sudden onset that brings intense bursts of snow and wind that can begin in just seconds.

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Carlester Smith, Known In Annapolis As 'The Walking Man,' Dies At 63The Annapolis community is mourning the loss of a local icon. He was known to many in the area as "The Walking Man".

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Weather Tidbits: Ice ThicknessIce thickness is the main headline in this Weather Tidbits. The ice thickness guide represents clear ice; while snow or white ice is considered weaker and needs to be doubled in order to be considered safe.

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Harriett's House receive donation for a home that will be used for a new residential programA Cambridge resource center for women who have experienced human trafficking is moving forward with building a residential program.

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2021 Maryland Baseball Week 1 NotesStadium Maryland Softball Stadium Kehoe Track and Field Complex Maryland Golf Course Maryland Tennis Facility Football Men's Basketball Women's Basketball Wrestling Men's Lacrosse Women's Lacrosse Food and Entertainment Hotels and Lodging Parking Information Transportation Tailgating Guide Tailgate Guys Building Champions Facilities Campaign...

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Some concerned that a nationwide paper and reusable bag shortage could pose an issue for a MD bill on the tableSo, the shortage means that retailers cant get the bags, if they can get the bags they are extraordinarily expensive, Delegate Christopher Adams, said.

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Guinness Open Gate Brewery Spreads St. Patrick's Day Celebrations Over Entire Month Amid PandemicSaint Patrick's Day is still over a week away, but the Guinness Open Gate Brewery is already gearing up for its first celebration.

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Maryland Launching New Program to Address Vaccine Distribution InequitiesMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan is launching a new program to address the distribution disparities with the vaccine rollout.

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4-month-old puppy stolen from backyard; and moreBaltimore received most Covid vaccines in state through February, with 75% going to hospitals - The Baltimore Sun Caught on video: 4-month-old puppy.

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Baltimore Fifth Grader Wins National Competition Asking Contestants To Give Economic Advice To President Joe BidenOne Baltimore City fifth-grader just won a nationwide economics of students were asked to answer one question: What economic advice would you give President Joe Biden?

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Scott calls Hogan's comments about Baltimore's vaccine distribution a ‘distraction tactic, a Jedi mind trick'Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott called on Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to put an end to "petty politics" and focus on ensuring an equitable distribution of the coronavirus vaccine.

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Maryland Opens 2021 Campaign in Greenville, S.C.The Maryland baseball team is set to open its 2021 season in Greenville, South Carolina this weekend.

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17-Year-Old Shot In South Baltimore Thursday Afternoon, Police SayPolice are investigating after a 17-year-old boy was shot in south Baltimore Thursday afternoon.

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LifeBridge Health Administers Its First J&J COVID Vaccines ThursdayBALTIMORE — LifeBridge Health began vaccinating people with the new Johnson and Johnson coronavirus vaccine on Thursday.

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Maryland women's soccer remains winless, falls 3-1 to Ohio StateThe Terps looked poised to make a big leap this season. Instead, they have yet to claim a victory through four matches.

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Miles Boykin is entering a key year with the Baltimore RavensThe Baltimore Ravens really need to get something out of Miles Boykin for the 2021 season.

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Stunning 2.9 Pastoral Acres on Coveted Stewart RoadThis captivating brick traditional with European flair is set on a stunning 2.9 pastoral acres on coveted Stewart Road.

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Local school districts weigh pros and cons of letting senior athletes stay to play after they graduateMARYLAND  For some students in Maryland, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on high school sports has been devastating.

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Rabid raccoon found in Mardela SpringsThe Wicomico County Health Department announced Thursday that a raccoon has tested positive for rabies.

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Sports betting debate heats up in AnnapolisEarly debates in both chambers have focused on establishing a license distribution plan that is both equitable and profitable.

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8-Year-Old Giraffe Anuli Dies Unexpectedly At Maryland ZooAnuli, an eight-year-old giraffe at the Maryland Zoo, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, the zoo announced.

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Teacher creates Read Across America display outside of Northwestern ElementaryMARDELA SPRINGS, Md.  One teacher is making sure her students are celebrating Read Across America week, even if theyre not in school!

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DE tourism program looks to boost local businessLike most areas, the Delaware tourism industry has been hit hard by the pandemic. In fact, officials tell us during the last spring season 75 percent, if not more, of the industry was unemployed.

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Lewes Library continues Lives in the Law discussion seriesLEWES, Del.  The Lewes Public Library is continuing their Lives in the Law Discussion series with only two more dates scheduled for now.

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Midday With The MayorThe mass vaccination site at M&T Bank Stadium has been open for a week. When Governor Larry Hogan made comments about Baltimore getting more vaccines than it is entitled to, the reaction by the Mayor and other city leaders was immediate and angry.

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College athletes could be paid for endorsements under Md. billCapital News Service - College athletes could be allowed to profit off of their name, image and likeness, and would be better protected under a bill that passed the Maryland House of Delegates this week.

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Md. launches Vaccine Equity Operations PlanMARYLAND  Maryland National Guard Brigadier General Janeen Birckhead announced the states Vaccine Equity Operations Plan.

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'What are you marching for? ': Activist reacts to Senator voting no on police transparency billMARYLAND  A bill that surrounds police transparency passed in the Senate and is now on its way to the House.

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Hood Colleges Slave RootsTo discuss that legacy, and how it connects to the current national reckoning with race, Dr. Amt joins us, along with her colleague and a great friend of Midday, Dr. Terry Anne Scott, an associate professor of American history at Hood.

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Latest COVID-19 Numbers for Montgomery County and MarylandMontgomery County COVID-19 Statistics for March 4 The Maryland Department of Health reported 107 new COVID-19 cases in Montgomery County Thursday morning.

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DE lawmaker seeks to remove dual voter registration requirementsOne lawmaker in Delaware is hoping to make voting in local elections a little easier by removing dual registration requirements.

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5G Wireless Service Expected This SummerAn update on cell service improvements highlighted a recent Fenwick Island committee meeting. On the agenda for discussion at last.

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Efforts To Improve Drainage ContinueOfficials say efforts are ongoing to improve drainage issues in Fenwick Island. In a meeting of the Fenwick Island Infrastructure.

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Orsted Delays Offshore Wind Farm Project Completion DateOne of two approved offshore wind energy projects planned off Ocean City has informed a state regulatory agency its target date for operation has now been moved to 2026.

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Thoughts From The Publishera€™s Desk a€“ March 5, 2021During last fall's election season, all five mayoral candidates in Berlin vowed not to raise property taxes in their first year.

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Mass Vaccination Site Announced For Salisbury No Later Than March 18A COVID mass vaccination site on the Eastern Shore will likely open in roughly two weeks, Governor Larry Hogan announced on Tuesday.

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Fenwick Acquires Police VehiclesCiting recent challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, Fenwick Island will move forward with the purchase of an additional patrol vehicle.

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Drone Shows Should Wait A Year In Ocean CityConsiderable discussion was held last week on the possibility of adding drone light shows to Ocean City's special events offerings this summer.

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OC Neighborhood Watch Group Presents Annual AwardsAlthough ongoing COVID concerns curtailed the traditional ceremony, Ocean City Police Department. Corporal Jeff Heiser has been named the Neighborhood Watch Association Officer of the Year for 2020.

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