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  • The 39th Annual Arbutus Firecracker 10K - July 4, 2022 at Arbutus Middle School
  • Picturing Maryland: A Baltimore Sun photography project showcasing the faces, places and events happening around us.
  • Summer has begun and the locals beat the heat with fun in the sun at the Roger Carter Community Center splash Pad and Pool in Ellicott City.
  • Clara Schaeffer, a longtime Westminster resident, celebrated her 100th birthday on Thursday June 30, 2022. Her family held a birthday breakfast celebration at the Bob Evans in Westminster.
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  • Each year in June — the month in which the 1969 Stonewall uprising occurred in Manhattan, marking a turning point in the gay rights movement — the country recognizes the LGBTQ+ community’s struggles and honors their achievements. In Baltimore, there are celebrations throughout the month, with the last full week of Pride Month representing the grand finale, culminating with the Baltimore Pride Parade marching up Charles Street and ending in a joyous block party in the Mount Vernon area, sometimes referred to as the “gayborhood.” The region is at the center of Baltimore’s gay community and the seat of its history. Among the storied locations there is Leon’s, a Park Avenue bar that has long provided a safe haven for gay people, beginning in the late 1950s. Further north, the Baltimore Safe Haven resource center, launched in 2018, offers vulnerable transgender people and others access to a drop-in wellness center and “opportunities to thrive” rather than just survive. Here, Pride is more than a month of celebration, it’s meant to last a lifetime.
  • Annual Civil War Commemoration of the Battle of Westminster, "Corbit's Charge," Saturday June 25, 2022 at City Hall.
  • Grassroots aviation in our community at Carroll County Regional Airport Saturday June 25, 2022.
  • Rejecting Roe, a divided U.S. Supreme Court affirms state's rights to ban abortion Friday, June 24, 2022
  • The U.S. Supreme Court overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that made abortion a constitutional right, shifting the onus to states.
  • Historic Mount Airy, Maryland Farmers Market. Buy Local & Eat Fresh at the 2022 Mount Airy Main Street Farmers' Market on ​Wednesdays, 3-7 PM, June-September.
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  • A day after an arsonist torched three rowhomes, one of which had an LGBTQ pride flag hanging on its porch, residents of Baltimore’s Abell and Charles Village neighborhoods gathered Thursday evening to pick up pride flags and flagpoles.
  • A small Eastern Shore town has been celebrating the end of slavery in Maryland since 1867.
  • Universoul Circus returned to Security Square Mall after rumors they would not return to Baltimore. The nationally touring show, which features a diverse cast of performers, takes place under a big top in the mall's parking lot.
  • Students and teachers celebrate the last day of school for Baltimore County.
  • The best of 2022 Spring Sports in Catonsville area schools.
  • 938 Old County Rd is a twenty-acre waterfront property located in Severna Park, Maryland.
  • Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits Fire Museum of Maryland on June 13, 2022 where a fireboat named in honor of her father is on exhibit.
  • Shantres Shaw, the mother of Mervo football player Elijah Gorman, who died during a football game last season, participated in his place in the Merganthaler High School graduation ceremony held at the Athletic Complex of Coppin State University. June 12, 2022
  • Paul McCartney plays at Oriole Park at Camden Yards as part of his “Got Back” Tour. This concert is the first show McCartney has played in Baltimore since the Beatles North American Tour in 1964
  • Hampden’s Honfest returned at full blast this year.
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