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  • Bonnie Hockstein, Baltimore's Best Hon 2020, visits JeannieBird Baking Company, where a painted screen bears her likeness at the Westminster bakery, on Friday, July 23, 2021.
  • Faces are part of art and architecture all around Baltimore. Can you guess where based on a small detail?
  • Firefighters mount an external attack on a fire in the 3200 Block of Sams Creek Road in Marston Wednesday, July 21, 2021. According to New Windsor fire company Chief Byron Welker, arriving units found a house well involved in fire and assumed a defensive operation to contain the fire. Responders from Carroll and Frederick Counties responded to the fire which was right at the county line.
  • "Porch Talk" at the Gate House Museum of History in Sykesville with the authors of "In Carrie's Footprints, The Long Walk of Warren Dorsey" Jack McBride White and Warren Dorsey, Sunday July 18, 2021.
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  • Picturing Maryland is a visual feature that showcases faces, places and events happening around us.
  • Three years after the mass shooting, an Anne Arundel County jury ruled Thursday the man who killed Gerald Fischman, Rob Hiaasen, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith and Wendi Winters, was sane, and therefore criminally responsible.
  • Courtroom sketches from the trial for Jarrod Ramos who killed five Capital Gazette employees in 2018.
  • Baltimore police say a grocery store armed security guard shot two people — killing one — after an altercation Tuesday afternoon.
  • Westminster High School graduates, Thomas Folderauer and Jacob Oswald, co-write a musical called Niagara focusing on the stories of the 13 daredevils who jumped down the waterfall.
  • A variety of home styles are represented in this West Baltimore neighborhood
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  • Graduate students in McDaniel's reading specialist: literacy leadership program team up with Carroll County Public Schools every summer to provide reading and writing assistance to elementary school-aged students during the McDaniel College Reading Clinic - a comprehensive four week experience. Founded in 1973, the program is run by the McDaniel College graduate students as a required component of their reading specialist master's degree program. The theme of this year's program is "Under the Sea," with 12 students who are entering grades one through five, reading and writing about ocean creatures and habitats.
  • Westminster Pride Festival on East Main Street, July 10th 2021.
  • It’s officially summer and after months of Zoom, it’s time to turn your phone off for the day. Take a day trip to these getaways for outdoor activities, and possibly a few Instagram photos to post when you return.
  • Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia reopened for live events over the July Fourth weekend after being closed all last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Can you recognize a Baltimore landmark from a small detail? See how well you know the city.
  • The Domino Sugars sign in Baltimore is relit after a fireworks and light show on the Fourth of July.
  • The Bel Air Fourth of July Parade had the theme "Honoring Our Health Care Heroes" with floats, marching bands marching down Main Street Sunday July 4, 2021.
  • The $2 million project to rebuild the Domino Sugars sign that has been part of the backdrop of Baltimore's Inner Harbor since 1951 nears completion. The official lighting is scheduled for July 4th.
  • ESOL environmental exploration summer program at Bear Branch Nature Center, Thursday July 1, 2021.
  • Spirit of America Festival with several events scheduled including the patriotic kids bike parade and the tricycle scurry, July 3, 2021 on Main Street in Havre de Grace.
  • 38th annual Arbutus Firecracker 10k, returning after a one-year hiatus, Saturday July 3, 2021 at Arbutus Middle School.
  • Best of the Baltimore Sun staff photos of the month.
  • Robert Hicks, president and executive director Animal Welfare Society, shows how bad the conditions are and what needs to be done at the Animal Welfare Society of Howard County in order for it to reopen again.
  • News conference and rally shortly following the hearing to reinstate the awarded $38M to Gaines’ family after her death by Baltimore County Corporal Royce Ruby on August 1, 2016.
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