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ABC2 News, WMAR-TV
ABC2 News, WMAR-TV
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(410) 377-2222

6400 York Rd
Baltimore, MD 21212   Directions

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Baltimore Business Journal
Baltimore Business Journal
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(410) 576-1161

36 S Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201   Directions

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Amtrak CEO bashes proposed Baltimore-Washington maglev project
05/06/2021 2:15pm

Amtrak CEO Bill Flynn said the proposed maglev project would primarily serve the rich and argued federal money would be better spent on upgrading the regional railroad system.

Baltimore announces new round of grants for restaurants, caterers
05/06/2021 1:10pm

The application period for the grants started Monday and will run through May 17.

Johns Hopkins University, Health System to raise minimum wage to $15
05/06/2021 12:21pm

Minimum wage workers at Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Health System will be making $15 an hour by next year. The Hopkins institutions, which collectively represent the largest private employer in Baltimore City and in Maryland, announced Thursday they will be adopting the enterprise-wide minimum wage increase. The new $15 per hour minimum pay rate will take effect on July 1 for university employees and on Jan. 1, 2022 for health system employees, in line with annual pay increase schedules.

'That was really hard to do': Baltimore Community Foundation sees investment pool grow 16%
05/06/2021 12:18pm

The nonprofit benefitted from a savvy, but tough decision to move $7.8 million from bonds to stocks when the stock market crashed last year.

$100M Park Heights residential development to start in 2022
05/06/2021 12:15pm

The project includes Baltimores first new cluster of market-rate, single-family homes in decades.

Baltimore City Paper
Baltimore City Paper
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(410) 523-2222

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions

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Baltimore Jewish Times
Baltimore Jewish Times
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(410) 902-2300

11459 Cronhill Dr
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions

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Read the May 7th JT Digital Magazine by clicking here
05/06/2021 12:00pm

The post Read the May 7th JT Digital Magazine by clicking here appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

You Should Know … Ilana Kornblatt
05/05/2021 4:41pm

Ilana Kornblatt, 24, knows what its like to be involved in BBYO as both a teen participant and as a professional. Kornblatt is the regional director for the Baltimore Council of BBYO, a Jewish teen movement. She grew up in Pikesville, where she attended Krieger Schechter Day School and Pikesville High School and went to The post You Should Know Ilana Kornblatt appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue selects Daniel Libeskind as lead architect for major renovation campaign
05/05/2021 4:29pm

By Toby Tabachnick Daniel Libeskind, the internationally renowned architect who designed the World Trade Master Plan in New York following 9/11, has been chosen as the lead architect to reimagine the site of the Tree of Life synagogue building in Pittsburgh. The renovation is part of the congregations REMEMBER. REBUILD. RENEW. campaignto commemorate the events The post Pittsburghs Tree of Life synagogue selects Daniel Libeskind as lead architect for major renovation campaign appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

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05/05/2021 4:16pm

A couple at home, circa 1960. Can you identify anyone in this photo Contact Joanna Church, 443-873-5176 or jchurchjewishmuseummd.org. To see more of the Jewish Museums extensive collection and find out who has been identified in past photos, visit jewishmuseummd.org/tag/once-upon-a-time-2/.The post Snapshots appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

TIE-DYE
05/05/2021 4:15pm

Har Sinai-Oheb Shalom Congregation celebrated Yom Haatzmaut with tie-dyeing, listening to Israeli music and food from the 2 Bold Chefs food truck.The post TIE-DYE appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Maryland Public Television
Maryland Public Television
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(410) 356-5600

11767 Owings Mills Blvd
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions

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The  Daily Record
The Daily Record
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(443) 524-8100

200 St Paul Pl
Baltimore, MD 21202   Directions

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The AFRO
The AFRO
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(202) 332-0080

2519 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21218   Directions

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Cicadas emerge
05/06/2021 3:20pm

By Reginald Allen II Special to the AFRO Though unwelcomed, it has been 17 years since the periodical cicada, Brood X, was seen in the state of Maryland and other regional states. For the mid-atlantic, southeast and bordering states in the Midwest like Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky, the Magicicada septendecim, is the most popular The post Cicadas emerge appeared first on Afro.

Sophisticated Settings — Lifestyle — May 7, 2021
05/06/2021 2:27pm

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

Death of prominent engineer leaves community shaken
05/06/2021 12:06pm

By Sean Yoes AFRO Senior Reporter syoesafro.com For many in the family of Black American engineers, Lashun Massey was a shining example of excellence in her field. Perhaps more importantly she was also a wife and a mother of two. Thats why her family and community had been gripped in fear since she was reported The post Death of prominent engineer leaves community shaken appeared first on Afro.

Upton Mansion has deep roots in Baltimore
05/06/2021 11:30am

By Ralph E. Moore Jr. Special to the AFRO The AFRO-American Newspaper will be moving to a former mansion on a once 10-acre plantation. The Upton Mansion at 811 W. Lanvale Street in West Baltimore will house the AFRO News, AFRO Charities and the AFRO Archives on a single acre. It is an exciting project The post Upton Mansion has deep roots in Baltimore appeared first on Afro.

LMA names Dr. Draper Content and Audience Innovator of the Year
05/06/2021 11:25am

By Local Media Association Dr. Frances Toni Draper, chief executive officer and publisher of The AFRO-American Newspapers, has been named a Content and Audience Innovator of the Year. Dr. Frances Toni Draper, chief executive officer and publisher of The AFRO-American Newspapers, has been named an Innovator of the Year by Local Media Association for her The post LMA names Dr. Draper Content and Audience Innovator of the Year appeared first on Afro.

The Baltimore Sun
The Baltimore Sun
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(410) 332-6000

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions

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Maryland Gov. Hogan announces $25 million project to help children reverse effects of COVID pandemic
05/06/2021 4:04pm

Gov. Larry Hogan announced the initiative to help young people recover from the devastating impacts of the pandemic, challenges that he said could have lasting impacts on children.

Olszewski will seek second term as Baltimore County executive, ruling out bid for governor in 2022
05/06/2021 4:02pm

County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. will forgo a run for governor to seek another term in his Baltimore County seat.

Annapolis police officer charged with stealing TVs, diapers, AC units, other items while moonlighting for Arbutus Walmart
05/06/2021 3:37pm

An Annapolis police detective who moonlights at a Walmart in Baltimore County was charged with stealing five TVs and more than 60 other items from the business.

Hogan to sign bill eliminating pro-Confederacy Maryland state song
05/06/2021 3:23pm

After decades of failed attempts, state lawmakers passed a bill this year that would eliminate the song, Maryland, My Maryland, from the list of official symbols of the state.

Baltimore State’s Attorney’s office files FCC complaint against WBFF alleging biased, inflammatory, dangerous coverage | COMMENTARY
05/06/2021 3:19pm

FCC complaint alleges Sinclair-owned Baltimore station WBFF is engaged in what appears to be an intentional crusade against Baltimore States Attorney Marilyn Mosby.

WBAL-TV 11
WBAL-TV 11
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(410) 467-3000

3800 Hooper Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

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$30K reward offered in killing of man from Israel visiting family in Baltimore
05/06/2021 4:00pm

A $30,000 reward is being offered in the shooting death of an Israeli man, killed while visiting Baltimore for a family wedding.

Court employees prohibited from wearing face masks depicting blue line, other logos
05/06/2021 3:51pm

Court employees are prohibited from wearing face masks depicting logos, including a blue line to signify support for law enforcement.

Man seriously injured when fuel tank he was welding exploded in Hagerstown
05/06/2021 3:50pm

A 45-year-old Hagerstown man was seriously injured after an explosion Thursday, according to the Maryland State Fire Marshal.

Josh Duggar leaves jail ahead of child porn trial
05/06/2021 3:42pm

Josh Duggar did not answer questions from reporters as he left the jail and got into a vehicle.

Governor to meet with Baltimore City leaders about crime
05/06/2021 3:30pm

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison will meet next week with Gov. Larry Hogan to discuss the citys violent crime.

WBFF
WBFF
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(410) 467-4545

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

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WJZ CBS 13
WJZ CBS 13
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(410) 578-7500

3725 Malden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

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It Seems Crazy, But Should The Orioles Consider Trading John Means This Season?
05/06/2021 4:11pm

Off to a blazing start and fresh off a no hitter a question for Orioles fans about Means. Trade him, extend him or keep him

Baltimore County Announces Senior Center Reopening Plans
05/06/2021 3:53pm

The Baltimore County Department of Aging has announced Thursday plans to reopen senior centers after a 14-month hiatus.

Woman Killed After She Was Struck By Tractor-Trailer Following Crash On I-95 In Howard County
05/06/2021 3:18pm

Maryland State Police is investigating a fatal two-vehicle crash in Howard County Wednesday night

Homicide Investigation Underway After Partial Human Remains Found In Dundalk
05/06/2021 3:00pm

Human remains are discovered by a few fishermen Wednesday in Dundalk. Now a homicide investigation is underway.

Baltimore County Public Library Reopening For Public Browsing
05/06/2021 2:48pm

The Baltimore County Public Library will reopen for limited, in-person browsing on Monday, May 17.

WUTB MyTV Baltimore
WUTB MyTV Baltimore
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(410) 467-4545

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

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