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Cases of COVID-19 in Baltimore City have spiked in recent weeks, outpacing every county in Maryland and rivaling an infection level not recorded since the winter peak.
The same day health officials reported Maryland eclipsing 1.5 million people fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, the state recorded Friday the fourth consecutive day of more than 1,000 COVID-19 infections.
My second vaccine dose date has come and gone. Is it time to panic? If you miss your second dose appointment, who can you call? These and other questions answered.
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Andrew Saul, one of the few remaining holdovers from the Trump administration, said through a spokesman that he intends to lead the Baltimore County-based Social Security Administration until his term ends in 2025.
After a year of relative isolation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Muslims are thankful even for a drive-thru version of Ramadan dinners at the Islamic Society of Baltimore.
Environmental groups are asking that Valley Proteins, a Dorchester County plant that boils down chicken feathers, bones and fats to be used in animal feed and biofuels, be required to address pollution problems, and possibly pay a fine of more than $500 million for not complying with the law.
Peyton Ham was killed Tuesday in a shooting by a Maryland State Police trooper, and neighbors are wondering why police shot so much that bullets wound up on their property.
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Amid almost-daily news of how climate change is exacerbating natural disasters or creating cultural shifts, Stacker compiled 25 terms related to climate change.
Thinking about going solar at home? Maybe you should join a regional co-operative to get the best purchase prices for solar arrays on your roof.
With the NFL draft fast approaching, a season of relative stability at safety has not silenced suggestions that the Ravens can do better.
Deputy Director James R. Nielsen will then become acting director while Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s appointments office searches for Gordon Medenica’s successor.
Across Maryland, police departments, attorneys and advocacy groups are unpacking the raft of police reform measures state lawmakers passed last weekend by overriding vetoes by Gov. Larry Hogan. The Maryland Police Accountability Act of 2021 ushers in sweeping changes to law enforcement from big, urban departments to small, rural forces.
After escaping the economic fallout that hit many others last year, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. unveiled his $4.2 billion operating budget Thursday, kicking in unprecedented funds for public schools and county retirees.
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman announced Thursday a run for state comptroller, seeking to become the first Republican to hold that office in Maryland in more than a century.
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