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For some in the Baltimore area, Thanksgiving is moving outdoors and under the tent. It's one way to gather safely for a cherished American family holiday as coronavirus cases have spiked this fall and health officials are warning people to stay home.
In this pandemic year, the Latino community has suffered a devastating toll, with higher rates of sickness and death than other ethnic and racial groups. One Baltimore church, Sacred Heart of Jesus, which has a mostly young Latino congregation, has lost 36 of its parishioners to the disease.
While Brandon Scott will be the youngest mayor in Baltimore’s modern history, he will actually join a somewhat crowded club. There are four Baltimore mayors who assumed the mayoral office at an age younger than Scott.

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A Baltimore Police officer who reported being injured on the job nonetheless twice went on trips and hopped out of a plane, according to an Inspector General report that concluded that the officer abused the city’s medical leave policies.
Sometimes, the best gifts are also budget-friendly. Whether it’ s a last-minute present for an out-of-touch relative or a stocking stuffer for a roommate, cheap gifts reaffirm what we love most about gift-giving: that it’ s the thought that counts, and a thoughtful gift doesn’ t have to be expensive. If you’ re scratching your head trying to come up with good affordable...
Juicy steaks, stacked sandwiches and savory soups are just a few of the mouthwatering options you can find at some of the best kosher restaurants in America. (Syjil Ashraf, The Daily Meal)
The Baltimore City rowhome formerly occupied by jazz legend Cab Calloway’s maternal grandmother is on its way to being designated as a historic landmark by the city’s historic preservation panel.
The Maryland Department of Transportation has agreed to pay $250 million to settle a dispute over cost overruns that caused the construction contractor to quit the Purple Line light rail project in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties in September.
There may not be a whit of scientific evidence that reading a good book boosts your immune system, but we are choosing to believe that it does anyway.
“It was my intent to buy it, but timing is everything,” Academy Flowers owner Teresa Williams said. “That little building is an icon.”
Florence Alberta Solomon, a Baltimore retail worker and the grandmother of Mayor-elect Brandon Scott, dies
Avril Haines, Joe Biden’s nominee for director of national intelligence, has several Baltimore ties. She studied physics at the Johns Hopkins University, opened Adrian’s Book Cafe in Fells Point, was president of the Fells Point Business Association, and two years ago was named a senior fellow at Hopkins' Applied Physics Laboratory.
Howard County residents are awaiting a Circuit Court ruling, expected Wednesday, in the monthslong case deciding whether the Symphony of Lights drive-thru event in Columbia can proceed.
After returning to practice on Monday for the first time since Nov. 11 when a coronavirus outbreak forced a suspension of all activities, the Terps are eager to visit No. 12 Indiana on Saturday at noon.
The Maryland Department of Transportation will pay an additional $250 million to salvage a 36-year partnership with the companies managing construction of the Purple Line, state officials said Tuesday.
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