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ABC2 News, WMAR-TV
ABC2 News, WMAR-TV

(410) 377-2222

6400 York Rd
Baltimore, MD 21212   Directions

Website

Baltimore Business Journal
Baltimore Business Journal

(410) 576-1161

36 S Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201   Directions

Website

8 things you need to know today
03/01/2021 7:25am

Good morning BaltimoreIm very pleased we are now officially in the month of March and looking ahead to springtime. Im ready for sunshine and warmer weather, which these days also means more opportunities to safely, and comfortably, visit with friends and family outdoors.But Im also aware that the start of this month for many marks the return to in-person learning at several of Marylands public school districts. So, I just want to extend a thank you to all the teachers and faculty working

Tech deal roundup: M&A deals, key hires and new funds mark local scene
03/01/2021 6:26am

Recently funded Baltimore companies including Delfi Diagnostics, PGDx and clean.io made power moves in February.

Despite record year in 2020, Sprouts will open fewer stores than expected in 2021
03/01/2021 6:10am

Heres what executives with the specialty grocer say will be in store for this year.

Solutions for defense contracting businesses to avoid the financial impact of CMMC compliance
02/28/2021 11:00pm

When the dust settles on the CMMC-AB certification landscape, the defense contracting industry will be stronger and better prepared to protect sensitive government contracting information as well as their networks from harmful cyberattacks.

An ounce of cybersecurity prevention is worth a pound of cure
02/28/2021 11:00pm

As a community, we must stay vigilant and deploy the best possible resources to protect our resources from malicious attacks.

Baltimore City Paper
Baltimore City Paper

(410) 523-2222

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions

Website

Baltimore Jewish Times
Baltimore Jewish Times

(410) 902-2300

11459 Cronhill Dr
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions

Website

Opinion | A light, and vaccines, unto the nations
02/28/2021 11:40am

By Eyal Zisser The Arab press has highlighted two stories about Israel and the fight against the coronavirus. One was about the vaccines Israel reportedly purchased from Russia for the people of Syria, while the other focused on figures published by Israels Health Ministry showing that Israels vaccination campaign, for Jews and Arabs alike, has The post Opinion A light, and vaccines, unto the nations appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Continuing a family legacy: Michael Greenebaum
02/28/2021 9:34am

Michael Greenebaums great-great-grandfather was on a train headed to Washington, D.C., when he got off a stop too early and wound up in Baltimore. He ended up settling there, and the Greenebaum family has since remained in Charm City for generations. There, the family built a history and a legacy. Michael Greenebaums father, Stewart Greenebaum, The post Continuing a family legacy: Michael Greenebaum appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

In extraordinary tribute, George Shultz hailed by Jewish leaders for helping free Soviet Jews
02/26/2021 2:07pm

By Larry Luxner On Feb. 11, 1986, Soviet refusenik Natan Sharansky freed after enduring nine years in Russian prisons on false charges of treason and espionage stepped off a jet that had carried him straight from Germany and out into the Israeli sunshine. It was a very dramatic day, starting in a Soviet The post In extraordinary tribute, George Shultz hailed by Jewish leaders for helping free Soviet Jews appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Month of Jewish disability programming ends with a Purim party
02/26/2021 1:23pm

Jewish Community Services capped off their list of events for Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion Month with a Feb. 24 Purim party. JDAIM is a time that those of us who work in the disability community can share with the rest of the community what we do, said Jamie Leboe, a career coach at The post Month of Jewish disability programming ends with a Purim party appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

‘Masel Tov Cocktail’ explodes stereotypes about being young, Jewish and misunderstood in Germany
02/26/2021 12:28pm

By Joe Baur Theres a swastika drawn inside of a high school bathroom stall. Dima Liebermann, the protagonist of the German short film Masel Tov Cocktail, uses a marker to alter the hate symbol, giving it eyes and wings. Nice owl, a woman smoking in the stall with Dima says. Nazi owl, he replies with The post Masel Tov Cocktail explodes stereotypes about being young, Jewish and misunderstood in Germany appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Maryland Public Television
Maryland Public Television

(410) 356-5600

11767 Owings Mills Blvd
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions

Website

The  Daily Record
The Daily Record

(443) 524-8100

200 St Paul Pl
Baltimore, MD 21202   Directions

Website

The AFRO
The AFRO

(202) 332-0080

2519 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21218   Directions

Website

The Baltimore Sun
The Baltimore Sun

(410) 332-6000

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions

Website

Maryland reports 603 coronavirus cases, 10 deaths on first day of March
03/01/2021 9:26am

Nearly a year removed from confirming its first cases of the coronavirus, Maryland is still reporting hundreds of new cases and several new deaths each day.

Baltimore-area students return to classrooms, many for the first time in nearly a year
03/01/2021 9:25am

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.

Harford County again welcomes elementary students back for in-person learning
03/01/2021 9:08am

Elementary school students were welcomed back to Harford County Public Schools for the second time this year, and the first time since mid-November, as kindergarten through fifth-grade students began a twice-a-week hybrid Monday.

COVID-19 crisis in jails underscores issues with mass incarceration | COMMENTARY
03/01/2021 8:24am

The crowded and tight quarters at correctional facilities create the perfect environment for spread of disease that has never been more evident than during the current pandemic.

University of Baltimore receives record $5 million donation from real estate developer to create scholarship fund
03/01/2021 8:00am

The University of Baltimore announced Monday that it will receive a record-breaking $5 million gift from real estate developer Samuel G. Rose to create a scholarship fund for cash-strapped undergraduates.

WBAL-TV 11
WBAL-TV 11

(410) 467-3000

3800 Hooper Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

Website

'A miracle': Ring-finder reunites couple with engagement ring lost in snow
02/19/2021 9:20pm

The couple and their friends previously searched for hours, even using a metal detector, with no luck.

History & Hope: Retired school leader says young people should 'continue to fight' for social justice
02/27/2021 12:15pm

Unless we address the lack of Black power in this society, you will be talking about this when you are as old as me, the 80-year-old former Milwaukee Public Schools superintendent said.

WATCH: Doorbell camera catches mailman making snow angel
02/22/2021 11:10am

Delivering mail and smiles

History & Hope: A celebration of Black history
03/01/2021 9:32am

This month, Hearst Television is celebrating Black history by having courageous conversations.

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy sentenced to jail in historic ruling
03/01/2021 9:29am

The 66-year-old is the first president to have been sentenced to jail in Frances modern history.

WBFF
WBFF

(410) 467-4545

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

Website

WJZ CBS 13
WJZ CBS 13

(410) 578-7500

3725 Malden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

Website

COVID In Maryland: 603 New Cases, 10 Deaths As Hospitalizations Up Slightly
03/01/2021 9:11am

Maryland adds 603 confirmed coronavirus cases and 10 deaths as hospitalizations jump up slightly Monday morning.

46-Year-Old Man Shot Early Monday In South Baltimore
03/01/2021 8:55am

A 46-year-old man was shot several times overnight in south Baltimore.

Naval Academy Increase COVID-19 Safety Measures Due To Uptick In Positive Cases
03/01/2021 8:51am

The U.S. Naval Academy is tightening some of its COVID-19 mitigation measures starting immediately after an uptick in positive cases within the Brigade of Midshipmen, they announced Sunday evening.

COVID Latest: Pratt Library To Reopen Buildings At 25% Capacity
03/01/2021 8:44am

The Enoch Pratt free Library is set to reopen 21 of its library locations at 25 capacity on Monday, March 8.

Hybrid Learning Underway Across Maryland For Some Students
03/01/2021 8:39am

Hybrid learning begins across most districts in Maryland Monday, March 1.

WUTB MyTV Baltimore
WUTB MyTV Baltimore

(410) 467-4545

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

Website

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