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The school system's data dashboard showed that 85 members of the CCPS community tested positive for the novel coronavirus between this week and last, 24... [Read More]
Dr. John G. Bartlett, an internationally recognized pioneer in the study and treatment of HIV/AIDS patients who co-founded the country's second HIV/AIDS clinic at the... [Read More]
Mount Carmel is searching for a new head football coach for the first time in seven years after Daryl Jackson stepped down from the position. [Read More]
Baltimore homicide detectives have arrested a 30-year-old man in connection with the killing of his girlfriend, whose body was wrapped in a blanket and dumped... [Read More]
Residents can now track Baltimore County's vaccination progress through an online dashboard monitoring administered doses and other metrics. [Read More]
Robert F. "Robby" Boyd, who spent more than 40 years in finance and investment management, died Jan. 14 from complications of vascular dementia at the... [Read More]
This sunny Victorian is where investment broker T. Rowe Price grew up. Price's physician father built this residence originally as a summer home and wedding... [Read More]
With community theaters shuttered during the pandemic, it was up to state officials to provide a lifeline and they came through. [Read More]
Slave liberator Harriett Tubman is more than deserving of having her face on the $20 bill. [Read More]
In a letter to Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, Councilmen Ryan Dorsey, Zeke Cohen and Kristerfer Burnett said the plan to charge customers without unlimited... [Read More]
Vaccinations seem readily available for top State House officials but here in Baltimore it's another story. [Read More]
There can be no harmony in the U.S. Senate until there is justice in the matter of the Capitol attack. [Read More]
Maryland bars and restaurants already suffering from pandemic would be hit hard by higher alcohol tax. [Read More]
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After the Jan. 6th insurrection, it appeared Republican leaders were going to condemn extremist assaults on the truth. Sadly, the light of hope flickered for... [Read More]
We can be smart about crime, protect public health, and promote public safety simultaneously. [Read More]
The GreenLight Fund announced Tuesday its launching its newest initiative in Baltimore and committing $5 million in the city over the next five years. [Read More]
Harford County schools will purchase nearly 34,000 plastic shields for student and teacher desks to protect against the spread of COVID-19, which officials say could... [Read More]
An overdue increase in the gas tax is the simplest and most sensible way to address transportation's failing infrastructure and damaging greenhouse gas emissions. [Read More]
On the same day that the Board of Public Works officially approved a $3.5 million settlement from the University of Maryland to the family of... [Read More]
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