- Maryland counties are announcing and revising plans and guidelines for holding classes while containing the spread of coronavirus.
- A bill that would have allowed Baltimore County voters to decide whether to impose three-term limits on County Council members failed to get the five votes needed for passage.
- Mezcal Inc., a Baltimore-area restaurant owner, has paid nearly half a million dollars in back wages and damages to 62 workers after federal officials say he bilked employees through a phony tip pool.
- Students around the Baltimore region headed back to school buildings Monday, many for the first time in a year since the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered Maryland public schools.
- With more people seeking solutions for their mental health problems, Baltimore County professional therapists are inundated with requests for services that can only be provided these days through remote counseling sessions, also known as tele-therapy.
- As a new business adapting to a pandemic, the Touch-Free Wellness Spa on Allegheny Avenue in Towson gives clients an array of affordable massage and spa services without the touch of a massage practitioner or therapist.
- The man running the show behind Baltimore County’s vaccine clinics has spent decades training and coordinating emergency preparedness at the state and local levels — and yet he credits much of his skill to his years as a road tech for Twisted Sister.
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- Eric K. Gratz, former director of admissions and chief social worker in the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital's Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, has died at 87.
- Lockheed Martin plans to close its 465-employee Middle River plant within two years and relocate the work to other company locations, ending more than 90 years of manufacturing at the site.
- Emonye White has been charged with one count of involuntary manslaughter in connection to the shooting death of 22-year-old Denzel Shabazz Jones on Dec. 15 in Edgewood.
- The three-ballroom event space in Middle River shut down permanently after last weekend, said Wayne Resnick, executive vice president of Martin’s Caterers.
- Evelyn W. McIntosh, whose career as a Baltimore public school educator spanned more than three decades, has died at 86.
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- Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Friday that the jurisdiction would begin offering Uber rides for residents without transportation to get to COVID-19 vaccination appointments, as well as start providing mobile clinics for thousands in the county who are homebound.
- Talk to those who know the Baltimore pastor, and they’ll tick off the feats of Lucille T. Calloway's career, from blazing a trail for women in a male-dominated church to surviving two illnesses doctors believed would be fatal.
- The inner loop of Interstate-695 remains closed after a carjacking suspect collides with a trash truck, Baltimore County Police reported late Thursday night.
- State officials have left county school systems to decide on their own how best to safely bring children and staff back to buildings, many of which have been shuttered since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic last spring.