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City leaders are hopeful that Baltimore can rebound from a year during which downtown lost workers, visitors and customers.
What about people who have already received a Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine dose? What about those with upcoming appointments? Here is what to know in Maryland.
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Maryland health officials are instructing state vaccinators to pause the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine as federal government officials review six reported cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot found in recipients of the immunization.
Black Americans are nearly three times more likely to be killed by police and with each death the mental health of the community left behind is harmed.
It’s unclear exactly how many in the Baltimore area and around the country are still battling episodic or enduring mail delays, more than a year into the coronavirus pandemic, and months after the United States Postal Service began lamenting a historic influx of winter holiday mail. But complaints have persisted.
State health officials say that 2,773 people died in 2020 from unintentional drug and alcohol overdoses, the most the state has ever recorded in a single year.
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Baltimore County Council members and residents took issue with what they called potential “unintended consequences” of proposed zoning changes that would allow hundreds more restaurants to hold live music.
The Anne Arundel County judge presiding over the Capital Gazette murder case, in response to a series of concerns about the court’s coronavirus safety protocols, laid out Tuesday the clearest picture of how the sanity proceeding will play out while the threat of the pandemic persists — if it happens as scheduled over the summer.
A three-day administrative hearing board, sometimes called a police trial board, for an Anne Arundel County police detective facing termination was postponed for a second time late Tuesday night.
A Maryland State Police trooper shot and killed a 16-year-old in Leonardtown on Tuesday after the agency said the boy was pointing a gun at a trooper and wielding a knife.
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