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(410) 377-2222

6400 York Rd
Baltimore, MD 21212   Directions


Baltimore Business Journal
Baltimore Business Journal

(410) 576-1161

36 S Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201   Directions


Gaming report: Maryland's casinos once again set a new record
08/05/2021 4:21pm

Even Baltimores Horseshoe Casino shared in the good fortune.

Here's why DataTribe founder Mike Janke says so many cyber companies are getting acquired now
08/05/2021 2:14pm

Instead of spending many years and many millions of dollars trying to build new cybersecurity tools, DataTribe Co-founder Mike Janke said companies with means are quickly buying up young cyber companies that are already developing the technologies needed.

BGE, Pepco face regulatory obstacle for proposed rate change
08/05/2021 2:03pm

Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. and Potomac Electric Power Co. have run into a speed bump as they look to change their formulas for calculating electricity transmission rates.The utilities proposed changes to their ratemaking formulas in May as part of a planned consolidation of their transmission control centers. BGE and Pepco, both subsidiaries of Chicago-based Exelon, currently operate their own control centers and could save millions of dollars by consolidating.Part of the rate calculation

Baltimore City will reinstate indoor mask mandate, Maryland announces vaccine requirement for some state workers
08/05/2021 1:51pm

The highly contagious Delta variant of Covid-19 is forcing state and local officials to take new measures to curb transmission.

Need items delivered in hours? Amazon's first same-day delivery facility in Md. ramps up
08/05/2021 10:51am

There are some things you are excited about and want to get as quickly as possible, said Greg Chevis Jr., an Amazon employee.

Baltimore City Paper
Baltimore City Paper

(410) 523-2222

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions


Baltimore Jewish Times
Baltimore Jewish Times

(410) 902-2300

11459 Cronhill Dr
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions


Biden chooses Beth Tfiloh alum Chanan Weissman as White House liaison to the Jewish community
08/05/2021 3:45pm

By Ron Kampeas and Selah Maya Zighelboim After months of speculation, President Joe Biden has chosen Chanan Weissman as White House liaison to the Jewish community. Weissman, 37, was President Barack Obamas Jewish liaison in the last months of his presidency. Sources close to the White House on Thursday confirmed the choice. Weissman is from The post Biden chooses Beth Tfiloh alum Chanan Weissman as White House liaison to the Jewish community appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

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08/05/2021 12:00pm

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You Should Know … Daniela Levine
08/05/2021 9:18am

To Daniela Levine, 38, Judaism means everything. Levines love of Judaism started back in South Africa, where she was born. At 16, she moved from South Africa to Connecticut. Levine transferred to the University of Maryland during college, where she graduated with a degree in Jewish studies, and has lived in Maryland ever since. Levine The post You Should Know Daniela Levine appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Virtual group provides support for Parkinson’s caregivers
08/05/2021 9:04am

A virtual group is providing support for caregivers of loved ones with Parkinsons disease. Jewish Community Services, the Maryland Association for Parkinson Support, LifeBridge Health and the Edward A. Myerberg Center partnered to create this support group, called Care Partner Conversations: When Your Loved One Has Parkinsons Disease. The group meets on the third Tuesday The post Virtual group provides support for Parkinsons caregivers appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

‘It Couldn’t Happen Here’ chronicles Pittsburgh in shooting aftermath
08/05/2021 9:02am

By Justin Vellucci On Oct. 27, 2018, Pittsburgher Carrie Mannino watched the white supremacist attack at the Tree Of Life building unfold in a series of text messages while she was studying theater at Yale University. Over the next few days, the media shined its spotlight on Squirrel Hill and the three congregations targeted in The post It Couldnt Happen Here chronicles Pittsburgh in shooting aftermath appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Maryland Public Television
Maryland Public Television

(410) 356-5600

11767 Owings Mills Blvd
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions


The  Daily Record
The Daily Record

(443) 524-8100

200 St Paul Pl
Baltimore, MD 21202   Directions



(202) 332-0080

2519 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21218   Directions


Noisy Burger provides opportunity to City school students
08/05/2021 3:51pm

By Megan Sayles AFRO Business Writer Report for America Corps Member msaylesafro.com Nicholas Mitchel and Christopher Landrum are the duo that comprise Noisy Tenants, a community-centered production agency based in Baltimore. Production, for them, does not necessarily imply film-making all the time. The partners look at each project they undertake through a production lense, but The post Noisy Burger provides opportunity to City school students appeared first on Afro.

Sophisticated Settings — Lifestyle — August 7, 2021
08/05/2021 3:15pm

The post Sophisticated Settings Lifestyle August 7, 2021 appeared first on Afro.

Afro e-Edition 8-7-2021
08/05/2021 3:10pm

The post Afro e-Edition 8-7-2021 appeared first on Afro.

Billie Holiday monument sculptor, James Earl Reid, 78, artist, advocate, fearless fighter
08/05/2021 1:22pm

By Jean Thompson Special to the AFRO James Earl Reid, the sculptor of Baltimores celebrated Billie Holiday monument, died of congestive heart failure on July 18, at age 78. Reid will be remembered as a champion for Black artists freedom to express their vision of the American experience. In his meticulous attention to artistic detail, The post Billie Holiday monument sculptor, James Earl Reid, 78, artist, advocate, fearless fighter appeared first on Afro.

Sewfabulous Sewing School creates next generation of designers
08/05/2021 12:29pm

By Tona Lee Special to the AFRO When it comes to fashion, upcycling, otherwise known as clothing reconstruction, has always been a niche of mine. Turning basic items into uniquely constructed, one of a kind pieces helps to amp up any wardrobe. Growing up idolizing the top trendsetters such as celebrity wardrobe stylists Misa Hylton The post Sewfabulous Sewing School creates next generation of designers appeared first on Afro.

The Baltimore Sun
The Baltimore Sun

(410) 332-6000

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions


Baltimore Democrats nominate Roxane Prettyman for open House of Delegates seat
08/05/2021 8:36pm

Baltimore City Democrats selected Roxane Prettyman, a community and political activist from Sandtown-Winchester, as their choice to fill a vacant seat in the Maryland House of Delegates.

Maryland mask mandates: When, where you need a mask
08/05/2021 6:07pm

Some counties in the Baltimore area are reinstating mask policies as the delta variant of COVID-19 contributes to an uptick in cases.

12-year-old boy grazed by bullet in Middle River Thursday, police say
08/05/2021 5:40pm

A 12-year-old boy was grazed by a bullet Thursday evening in Middle River, police said.

‘I’m not dying, but I’m pretty darn sick’: Breakthrough COVID cases, while rare, frustrate vaccinated Marylanders
08/05/2021 5:21pm

Post-vaccination coronavirus cases in Maryland have been infrequent and less serious than those affecting the uninoculated, but theyre still shocking and scaring the infected.

Baltimore to reinstate indoor mask requirement Monday amid ‘substantial’ COVID transmission
08/05/2021 5:18pm

Residents and visitors to Baltimore will have to mask up again while indoors amid an increase in coronavirus infections and hospitalizations, city officials announced Thursday.


(410) 467-3000

3800 Hooper Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions


Perfectly preserved ancient lion cub found complete with whiskers and fur
08/05/2021 9:13pm

Found frozen deep in the Siberian Arctic, the cave lion cub looks like shes asleep and one touch might awaken her.

Tokyo Olympics Day 14: Medals to be awarded in numerous track & field events
08/05/2021 9:12pm

Track & field events are set to have another big day while Allyson Felix chases history.

Why Olympic divers take showers — and use those tiny towels — between dives
08/05/2021 9:10pm

Why do divers shower after each dive has been one of the top Google searches about the Olympics in the past week.

US auto industry agrees to target sales of nearly 50% electric vehicles by 2030
08/05/2021 9:06pm

President Joe Biden declared that the U.S. must move fast to win the worlds carmaking future.

Baltimore mayor reinstates face mask mandate for everyone
08/05/2021 8:44pm

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott is reinstating a face mask mandate as of 9 a.m. Monday for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people.


(410) 467-4545

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions



(410) 578-7500

3725 Malden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions


Fully Vaccinated People Who Get A Covid-19 Breakthrough Infection Can Transmit The Virus, CDC Chief Says
08/05/2021 9:07pm

Fully vaccinated people who get a Covid-19 breakthrough infection can transmit the virus, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Thursday.

Two Men Shot In Southwest Baltimore
08/05/2021 9:01pm

Baltimore Police are investigating after two men were shot in Southwest Baltimore Thursday.

Maryland Lawmakers Announces Nearly $30M In Emergency Funding To Support Covid-19 Response
08/05/2021 8:36pm

Maryland Lawmakers announced more than $29 million in emergency federal funding to reimburse MedStar Health and Montgomery County Emergency Management for costs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Biden Signs Bill Awarding Medals To Jan. 6 First Responders
08/05/2021 7:15pm

President Joe Biden on Thursday offered profound gratitude to law enforcement officers who responded to the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection as he signed legislation to award them Congressional Gold Medals for their service.

Officials Confirm 12-Year-Old Girl Was Bit By Sandbar Shark In Ocean City
08/05/2021 7:13pm

Ocean City Beach Patrol said Thursday they believe a small sandbar shark bit a 12-year-old girl Monday on the surf.

WUTB MyTV Baltimore
WUTB MyTV Baltimore

(410) 467-4545

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions


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