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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


Uber Eats adds 'temporary local fee' to deliveries after Baltimore caps third-party app fees
01/26/2021 5:11pm

Uber Eats and other apps have implemented similar fees in several cities that have already set their own caps.

This year's Md. cannabis legalization effort comes with strong focus on racial equity, reparations
01/26/2021 3:42pm

Among House Bill 32s equity-focused provisions is a call for the automatic expungement of criminal charges for possession of small or personal use amounts of cannabis.

Hogan officials push lawmakers for passage of $1 billion Covid-19 relief bill
01/26/2021 2:34pm

Gov. Larry Hogan, who previously called for lawmakers to pass his relief bill on the first day of the legislative session, did not testify during the virtual public hearing.

Maryland to open mass vaccination clinics in Baltimore even as supply remains limited
01/26/2021 2:25pm

Maryland is moving to stand up mass vaccination clinics throughout the state including at M&T Bank Stadium and the Baltimore Convention Center even as the vaccination supply remains limited and those already eligible are having difficulty getting shots.Gov. Larry Hogan announced during a press conference Tuesday that the state will open mass vaccination clinics at the Baltimore Convention Center, which also houses a Covid-19 field hospital, and at Six Flags America in Prince Georges

LifeBridge, CareFirst debut new incubator for health startups in Baltimore
01/26/2021 12:53pm

Health-focused startups selected to participate in the new incubator program will receive up to $100,000 in investment, along with mentorship and support from experts within LifeBridge and CareFirst.

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


You Should Know … Justin B. Terry Smith
01/25/2021 12:51pm

By Leonard Robinson Justin B. Terry Smith, a resident of Severn, is a writer, professor, veteran and longtime activist with a special interest in LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS issues. Smith grew up in a nominally Christian household, but was always reminded of his familys Jewish heritage. As an adult, Smith reconnected with his familys roots through The post You Should Know Justin B. Terry Smith appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Chuck Schumer, now the highest-ranking elected Jewish official ever, wants to make more history
01/25/2021 9:44am

Chuck Schumer could not let the moment pass without mentioning its Jewish history. Georgias new senators, Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, were sworn in last Wednesday, making Schumer the new Senate majority leader the first-ever Jew in that powerful role. Never afraid to reference his Yiddishkeit, Schumer recalled his roots in an address in The post Chuck Schumer, now the highest-ranking elected Jewish official ever, wants to make more history appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Larry King, legendary Jewish TV interviewer, dies at 87
01/25/2021 9:26am

Larry King, the iconic Jewish radio and TV interviewer who never met a subject he didnt seem to like, has died at 87. King died Saturday at a hospital in Los Angeles. His company Ora Media released the announcement and did not list a cause, but King had been hospitalized recently with the coronavirus. King The post Larry King, legendary Jewish TV interviewer, dies at 87 appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Letters to the editor: Jan. 22
01/22/2021 4:21pm

Those who live in glass houses The hypocrisy and double standard of the political left is on full display in Sen. Ben Cardins opinion piece We can no longer be a haven of hate, Jan. 15. The righteous indignation of Cardin and the political left was absent when their supporters were rioting and burning government The post Letters to the editor: Jan. 22 appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Sheldon Adelson’s legacy
01/22/2021 4:19pm

In the worlds of philanthropic and political giving, Sheldon Adelson was a generational figure. He was a man of extraordinary wealth who invested heavily in causes in which he believed, and he never faltered under the scrutiny or criticism of some of his choices. Quite simply, the man described broadly as the casino magnate put The post Sheldon Adelsons legacy 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


CSU receives grant to study causes of gun violence among young Black males in Baltimore
01/26/2021 1:24pm

CSU Receives Grant to Study Causes of Gun Violence Among Young Black Males BALTIMORE Coppin State University CSU has received a two-year, $100,290 grant, to study the attitudes and reasons that spark young African-American males in urban areas pick up and carry guns, in an effort to reduce the problem. Lead investigator at CSU, Dr. The post CSU receives grant to study causes of gun violence among young Black males in Baltimore appeared first on Afro.

Group launches 24-hour prayer initiative in support of the Caribbean
01/26/2021 1:06pm

BARBADOS January 26, 2021 A group of concerned Caribbean citizens has launched iPRAY Caribbean, a 24-hour prayer initiative in support of the region. A free livestream is set to take place from Jan. 30 at noon to noon on Jan. 31 Atlantic Standard Time. iPRAY Caribbean is encouraging every individual who lives in or The post Group launches 24-hour prayer initiative in support of the Caribbean appeared first on Afro.

Online registration now open for YouthWorks 2021 summer jobs program
01/25/2021 4:50pm

Registration for Summer Job Placements to be Conducted Entirely Online this Year BALTIMORE, MD Monday, January 25, 2021 Today, Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced that YouthWorks, Baltimore Citys summer jobs program for young people, has opened online registration for the 2021 summer session. Residents ages 14-21 can visit youthworks.oedworks.com to register as a new The post Online registration now open for YouthWorks 2021 summer jobs program appeared first on Afro.

Open letter to Black Lives Matter
01/25/2021 12:27pm

Submitted by Phillip Ghee Dear, Black Lives Matter and Affiliated Organizations Firstly I would like to thank you for being at the forefront of an awakening moment that has revived the Social Justice and Social Conciseness Movement. However in this praise of you I do fear that your accomplishments may either implode or in the The post Open letter to Black Lives Matter appeared first on Afro.

Morgan expands economic impact to $1.1 billion statewide, $640 million in Baltimore
01/25/2021 12:02pm

Independent Study Affirms Universitys Economic Vitality Fueling Jobs, Research Investment and Business Development BALTIMORE Morgan State University President David K. Wilson announced today the results of an independent analysis of impact indicators and fiscal contributions affirming that Morgan remains a key economic driver in the region, generating $1.1 billion in annual financial impact on Maryland The post Morgan expands economic impact to $1.1 billion statewide, $640 million in Baltimore appeared first on Afro.

The Baltimore Sun
The Baltimore Sun

(410) 332-6000

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions


John Wall scores 24 points to lead Rockets over Wizards, 107-88, in first game against his former team
01/26/2021 11:40pm

Wall scored 24 points to help Houston to a 107-88 victory over Russell Westbrook and the Washington Wizards.

Howard school board approves hybrid learning model with tiered reopening plan beginning March 1
01/26/2021 8:45pm

The Howard County Board of Education unanimously approved a hybrid learning model Tuesday that will begin rolling out March 1, with all students who want to be in school buildings returning by April 12.

How to sign up for the coronavirus vaccine through Maryland counties, hospitals
01/26/2021 6:47pm

Heres a list of links by county for where to go to make appointments for the vaccine if youre eligible to receive it.

Orioles fill shortstop void, sign infielder Freddy Galvis to one-year deal
01/26/2021 6:05pm

With spring training weeks just weeks away and a hole atop their shortstop depth chart, the Orioles signed veteran infielder Freddy Galvis to a one-year contract, the team announced Tuesday.

Annapolis housing authority board OKs police substation in Robinwood, Harbour House
01/26/2021 5:59pm

The Annapolis housing authority board approved Tuesday two residential units be converted into police substations to curb an increase in violent crime and drug-related activities in the Robinwood and Harbour House communities.


(410) 467-3000

3800 Hooper Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions


Baltimore police search for child in non-custodial parent abduction
01/26/2021 11:21pm

Baltimore police are searching for a 1-year-old girl in connection with a non-custodial parental abduction.

Health expert: Maryland's COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan has room for improvement
01/26/2021 9:42pm

More questions arise about how Marylands plan stacks up to other states and if public health officials think the state is on the right track to vaccinate everyone efficiently

BBB of Maryland warns residents of potential scams targeting tax information
01/26/2021 9:34pm

A warning as many people in the country are falling on some tough times financially: Scammers could be targeting your tax information.

Baltimore-area school systems develop plans to return to in-person learning
01/26/2021 9:11pm

Some Baltimore-area school systems are developing plans to return students to some form of in-person learning.

Even with coronavirus vaccine distribution set to increase, upcoming months could be rough
01/26/2021 9:02pm

The brutal truth is its going to take months before we can get the majority of Americans vaccinated. Months. In the next few months, masks, not vaccines, are the best defense against COVID-19, President Joe Biden said Tuesday


(410) 467-4545

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions



(410) 578-7500

3725 Malden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions


Maryland Will Launch 6 Mass COVID-19 Vaccinations Sites Including At Six Flags America, M&T Bank Stadium
01/26/2021 10:10pm

Gov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that the states health department and Maryland National Guard will work together to launch six mass coronavirus vaccination sites.

Baltimore City Council Passes Legislation Limiting App Delivery Fees
01/26/2021 10:09pm

The Baltimore City Council unanimously approved a bill that would cap the fees food delivery apps can charge.

Second Howard County Man Andrew Ryan Bennett Linked To U.S. Capitol Riots, Per FBI
01/26/2021 10:07pm

Another Howard County man is in FBI custody after he was reportedly linked to the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Single-Dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Would Be A ‘Game Changer,’ Maryland Officials Say
01/26/2021 10:07pm

As states desperately await for more doses of the limited coronavirus vaccines created by Pfizer and Moderna, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is hoping that another company will begin producing their version of their COVID-19 vaccine soon.

COVID In Maryland: Over 1.4K Cases Added As Hospitalizations Down, Positivity Rate Still Below 7%
01/26/2021 10:06pm

Hospitalizations are down but deaths are up Tuesday morning as Maryland reports 1,482 new coronavirus cases.

WUTB MyTV Baltimore
WUTB MyTV Baltimore

(410) 467-4545

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions


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