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Baltimore City Schools Without AC To Dismiss At Noon Monday, Sept. 13 – Baltimore, Maryland

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Maryland Restaurant Week returns to second year, kicks off September 17thThe Maryland Restaurant Association, founded last year to help eateries suffering from the serious effects of a pandemic, offers 10-day special menus and deals throughout the state.

MDOT offers free rideTo commemorate World Car-Free Day, MDOT offers free rides.

One person killed in triple shooter in West BaltimorePolice are investigating after three men were shot dead and one was killed in West Baltimore Thursday evening.

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Mobile tickets and cashless payments only at M & T Bank StadiumKnow before you go!

Ellicott City ranks in the best place to live in MarylandEllicott City was ranked as the most livable place in Maryland and ranked 10th on Money Magazine’s “Best Places to Live” list, officials said Wednesday.

A man kidnapped from his home at Laurel, forced to withdraw cash at an ATM, and dumped on the highwayPolice are searching for three suspects in a robbery house invasion and kidnapping in Laurel on Wednesday.

Local Small Business Owners Share How US Rescue Plan Funds Helped Keep Their FloatingThe American Rescue Plan benefits owners of small businesses in Maryland who have received millions of dollars from federal programs.

A man shot and killed his fiancé in front of an upper Marlboro barricade, police sayPrince George’s County police said a man had killed his fiancé in Upper Marlboro early Thursday morning. The woman was found shot dead on the street.

Price Rite to hold on-the-spot interviews at all MD locations on September 22Grocery chain PriceRite will hold company-wide job fairs on September 22nd at more than 60 stores.

Baltimore County detective trying to identify victims of crimeBaltimore County Police are seeking public assistance in identifying victims of crime.

Return this weekend at the Carroll County Farm Museum Maryland Wine FestivalThe Maryland Wine Festival will return to the Carroll County Farm Museum this weekend to host its 37th annual celebration after last year’s event was canceled due to a pandemic.

Western High School Partners with Sister Global InitiativeWestern High School has announced a new partnership with the Sister Global Initiative.

Annapolis member of MS-13 sentenced to 33 years in prisonMembers of the MS-13 gang were sentenced to 33 years in prison.

Baltimore teachers receive $ 25,000 to buy new equipment for photography and visual arts students A Baltimore teacher will bring back a big prize. -$ 25,000 to buy all new equipment for her photography and visual arts students.

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Two people injured in Baltimore County in a Wednesday shootingTwo people were shot dead and injured in Rosedale Wednesday night, according to Baltimore County police.

Maryland reaches more than 10,000 COVID-19-related deaths and Governor orders lower state flagThe Maryland Department of Health reported Thursday morning that a total of 10,011 Marylanders have died of COVID-19 since the outbreak of the pandemic in March 2020.

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