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  • Picturing Maryland: A Baltimore Sun photography project showcasing the faces, places and events happening around us. Have a suggestion for us? Send a tip with subject line "Picturing Maryland Idea" to Ulysses Muñoz at umunoz@baltsun.com.
  • Kim Billings of Finksburg gets ready to embark in her Jeep with Mr. Vanderquack, a stuffed duck that is being ferried around the country in a convoy of different Jeeps, from the Len Stoler Jeep dealership in Westminster to Baltimore where he will be welcomed by the Baltimore Ravens organization Wednesday, Jan 26, 2022. The Mr Vanderquack's Mov'n for St. Jude fundraiser, which benefits St. Jude children's cancer research, began in St. Louis, Missouri on Sept. 3, 2021 and originated with the practice of "ducking," or leaving a rubber duck on someone's Jeep, according to Billings, a Jeep enthusiast.
  • 5701 Roland Avenue is located in Baltimore, MD.
  • Catonsville hosts Pikesville in wrestling dual meet.
  • Dozens of members of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and other gun violence prevention groups rallied on Lawyers Mall in Annapolis on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022.
  • River Hill vs Wilde Lake boys basketball Monday January 24, 2022 at Wild Lake High School. The Wilde cts defeated the Hawks 62-51.
  • Firefighters responded to a fire in a vacant building in the 200 block of South Stricker St. in the city’s New Southwest/Mount Clare neighborhood.
  • Known as both Mount Royal and the Birckhead-Bond house, the secluded 18th-century building has had “nine lives, like a cat,” according to a preservationist with the city, which owns the structure and the two acres of land in Northwest Baltimore it sits on. Its next life is anyone’s guess. On Monday, the city comptroller’s office is putting Mount Royal up for sale, issuing a request for proposals to developers who can pitch their ideas to the city government and the surrounding community.
  • Scenes from the Harbor Point Ice Festival on January 22, 2022.
  • Lansdowne vs Catonsville girls basketball, Saturday January 22, 2022 at Catonsville High School.
  • River Hill vs Mt. Hebron girls basketball Friday January 21, 2022 at Mt. Hebron High School.
  • Don “Wink” Martindale had been defensive coordinator since 2018, on staff since 2012
  • Liberty vs Century boys basketball Tuesday January 18, 2022 at Century High School. Century defeated Liberty 63-57.
  • Firefighters from Carroll and Frederick counties worked to extinguish a barn fire Monday on a farm in the 7300 block of Middleburg Road in Keymar. The blaze was reported at about 12:10 p.m., and was controlled after about two hours. The National Weather Service had issued a wind advisory through 10 p.m., Monday, with winds up to 35 mph and gusts up to 55 mph, making the fire more difficult to manage.
  • Masjid al Falaah organized an interfaith event, with Harford County's Christian, Jewish and Muslim communities, to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King at the Masjid al Falaah mosque, Sunday January 16, 2022.
  • Havre de Grace held its fourth annual Ice Festival on the weekend of Jan. 15-16 with a Heroes & Villains theme.
  • Howard vs River Hill girls basketball Friday January 14, 2022 at Howard High School
  • Reservoir vs Glenelg wrestling at Reservoir High School, Thursday January 13, 2022. Glenelg defeated Reservoir 51-30.
  • The Maryland General Assembly returns to Annapolis for their annual 90-day session.
  • Though most of the shelves at MOM’s organic market were well stocked on Tuesday, January 11, some sections still had noticeable gaps after winter storms delayed produce deliveries over the weekend.
  • Funeral for Baltimore police officer Keona Holley who was shot on December 16, 2021 and died a week later.
  • A Maryland man is doing well after surgeons and clinicians from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical Center performed the first successful transplant of a genetically modified pig’s heart Friday to save his life, officials from the health system said Monday.
  • Former Baltimore County Police Chief, Cornelius J. “Neil” Behan
  • The Baltimore area enjoys a second snowstorm in less than in a week.
  • The first winter storm of the season brought several inches of snow, closing schools, January 3, 2022.