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This new normal of working from home while at the same time keeping your kids busy, your home organized, your menta… https://t.co/tGL4AdvganMaryland is to start allowing outdoor dining at restaurants Friday evening. The state's guidelines include offering… https://t.co/tW56a5XUpTMaryland reports 1,286 new coronavirus cases, more than prior two days combined https://t.co/ETdelH1PMh
Retweeted by The Baltimore SunFrom Ann Arbor, Michigan to Pyongyang, North Korea, there are colossal sports venues around the world. https://t.co/evN392IvH3Maryland's total number of jobless claims declines slightly as governor says federal government is partly to blame… https://t.co/AwTJXOhxie“We are restructuring various operations at CBS as part of our ongoing integration with Viacom, and to adapt to cha… https://t.co/ZKbW3d5podCVS Health announced Thursday morning that it’s adding 13 drive-thru coronavirus testing locations throughout Maryl… https://t.co/PGcq3WjtvzA union that represents workers at Giant Food is urging the grocer to extend hazard pay and keep coronavirus safety… https://t.co/Vd9cQ8Gnh9Every story our reporters write about the coronavirus and its affect on Maryland is published here daily: https://t.co/tjyE0YcR5gCharles Barbier survived the Great Depression, World War II, and now, COVID-19. https://t.co/zrjNBGNLAA‘You’re not the new normal. You’re the vaccine’: Baltimore’s John Waters addresses graduates in virtual commencement https://t.co/XWNrnkDiW8In addition to outdoor dining, youth sports and camps, pools and drive-in movies are also able to reopen. https://t.co/sy7LAbW1mjMaryland’s colleges and universities are fighting for survival as they try to balance the unknowns of the coronavir… https://t.co/0UWsXS6nyBWhile Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan once again placed power in the hands of local officials to make decisions on their… https://t.co/dEVwV8vEJSHoward County Council approves fiscal 2021 budgets, signs off on spending cuts https://t.co/r7S2ib7feUMore than two months after Gov. Larry Hogan announced the aid, most businesses that applied for relief through a $1… https://t.co/1K5hPdKbfGSlain Bowie State student granted honorary promotion to first lieutenant by secretary of the Army https://t.co/gq7zOr97ZZIt doesn’t take a pandemic to paralyze a nation. Ask those who rode out the energy crisis of 1973-74. https://t.co/poo2bkqE2JEditorial: What are any of us (and all of us) willing to do to help fight this deadly epidemic? https://t.co/9tLHP4IFtoDouglas W. Young, a University of Maryland criminologist and senior faculty researcher died May 12. “He was best… https://t.co/I5dZjfZmhZThe Rev. Peter L. Haynes, a retired Baltimore County Church of the Brethren pastor who composed music for worship,… https://t.co/uNYylzLp7SFour-star defensive tackle Tommy Akingbesote announced his commitment to Maryland on Wednesday night. https://t.co/3kOMEqK6SyA multi-state manhunt for Peter Manfredonia, a 23-year-old man wanted for two homicides in Connecticut, ended Wedne… https://t.co/xVFjtj97C9.@davidzurawik: Mike Schuh, a veteran of 27 years at CBS-owned WJZ-TV, said he was told that Friday will be his las… https://t.co/pmHvLiU0EiIf you don’t want to put your ballot in the mail, it can be placed in a dropbox by 8 p.m. on primary day. Each coun… https://t.co/ZfxgbX1gibEditorial: Maryland schools are already behind in their planning for how to move forward, and the Maryland State Bo… https://t.co/9vFbzyHDrR
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Police say a man was shot in the leg Wednesday in Baltimore’s Central Park Heights neighborhood, about two blocks f… https://t.co/Xl9nVHgmn6A new drive-thru facility in Prince George’s County will offer free coronavirus testing to any Marylander who think… https://t.co/HOpDo8HtmFMaryland football lands commitment from four-star defensive tackle Tommy Akingbesote https://t.co/Kvk4LI1Pf5
Retweeted by The Baltimore SunAlmost all of us are spending a lot of time at home, which may mean cleaning, tidying up and wiping stuff down like… https://t.co/FYhTMTQGAbGov. Hogan says Marylanders should continue to follow public health precautions, such as wearing masks indoors and… https://t.co/E1wIt1V5Py“Though we continue making great progress toward recovery, COVID-19 is still very much a global, deadly threat, and… https://t.co/U8PQCeSCaVEven as the number of infections and deaths continues to rise in Maryland, the Republican governor said the state i… https://t.co/3BPfgt7GCrEffective Friday at 5 p.m., Gov. Hogan said he would allow: - restaurants to reopen for outdoor dining - youth s… https://t.co/Dw1uAY59rMBREAKING: Continuing Maryland’s reopening, Gov. Hogan lifts restrictions on outdoor dining, youth sports, camps and… https://t.co/N0IiVIOI1BHogan says he’s encouraging local leaders to close down streets to car traffic to make room for more outdoor dining
Retweeted by The Baltimore Sun.@GovLarryHogan announces restaurants can begin seating customers for outdoor dining starting Friday at 5 pm with s… https://t.co/sCJiuOnuSu
Retweeted by The Baltimore Sun.@GovLarryHogan expected to announce next steps in the state’s reopening process amid the COVID-19 pandemic. I’ll t… https://t.co/rzhGwSUAUO
Retweeted by The Baltimore SunWatch Live: Gov. Larry Hogan to give an update on Maryland’s response to the coronavirus at 5 p.m. ⬇️ https://t.co/xD6IPuULaMAn arrest warrant has been issued for 28-year-old Antonio Oliver Janifer, of West Baltimore, in connection with Tue… https://t.co/K0dB9QaeDRToo few are paying serious attention to two other factors critically important to the risk of developing a COVID-19… https://t.co/86H6FAHPNMMaryland state senators had pointed questions today for a top Hogan administration official about the 500,000 test… https://t.co/keG1DjOMtG
Retweeted by The Baltimore SunPolice in Pennsylvania say they believe Peter Manfredonia, wanted for two homicides in Connecticut, may now be in M… https://t.co/Nuf4YL38KDA 28-year-old man injured in a May 15 shooting has died from his injuries, Baltimore County Police say. https://t.co/2haBBN7nNIIs the risk of dying from COVID-19 comparable to driving to work every day, skydiving or being a soldier in a war?… https://t.co/FBh122vYNMA West Baltimore man is wanted for questioning “regarding an officer involved shooting", internal police document s… https://t.co/YwfPGkfhafBaltimore mayoral candidates make their final pitches to a divided electorate in which many voters remain undecided. https://t.co/9bsVLFO6t7Baltimore County Police have charged a former rabbinical school student with attempted murder after police said he… https://t.co/e0J1tL8iYfAs of Wednesday, nursing home residents account for 1,276 deaths, 56% of Maryland’s confirmed toll. Fourteen staf… https://t.co/5ygsC7O4L8Four officers were fired a day after George Floyd's death, a swift move by the Minneapolis chief of police. Then ca… https://t.co/83mWtLIKpYUpdate: Baltimore Police say Jackson was released from Shock Trauma this morning and is in "good spirits." https://t.co/dRNQsfHBQbThe Baltimore Sun’s readers & staff weigh in on Baltimore's Best people and media: Author @LauraMLippman Meteorolo… https://t.co/kK62SGbolbThe top 100 narrative fiction films over 165 minutes, according to IMDb. https://t.co/6llMivG31iWith Maryland’s primary less than a week away, here are some answers to some common questions about voting. https://t.co/IfIFfwMJHHOfficer Jackson made headlines last year after the department posted a music video online featuring Jackson, who ra… https://t.co/srGJprjAXQPolice officials said Officer Joshua Jackson was shot in the lower abdomen and is expected to recover. https://t.co/6LX25Q2wdhFrom the best place to buy houseplants (@bwillowbmore) to best street fashion influencer (@ragdollnat), here are ou… https://t.co/ZgOAisdfHuThe Baltimore police officer who was shot Tuesday night during a chase in Federal Hill is Officer Joshua Jackson, w… https://t.co/6bPqVFdohLLaw enforcement sources identified the @BaltimorePolice officer shot last night as Joshua Jackson. He was featured… https://t.co/8wj3ymzVxu
Retweeted by The Baltimore SunWe started writing this before the pandemic, when you could actually enjoy the service at the Prime Rib, read a boo… https://t.co/kokrHV8yAt
Retweeted by The Baltimore SunYears after his chalice disappeared, Father Jeffrey Dauses gave up hope. Its reappearance during the pandemic was a… https://t.co/iTVtafyHsYFormer Maryland quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome signed with Western Kentucky earlier this week. https://t.co/H38Bbsoem9Hospitalizations climbed for a second straight day, with 23 new patients bringing the state to 1,338 hospitalizatio… https://t.co/9lD0kqmAzfDoes bringing in a worker — or several — put your safety and theirs at risk? https://t.co/2uUXO7mOZYDelaware to lift the ban on short-term rentals and a mandatory 14-day quarantine for out-of-state travelers startin… https://t.co/g800ptTa2BA Maryland-based biotechnology company began injecting a coronavirus vaccine candidate into people in Australia on… https://t.co/Duwt21SXFSTrump threatens to shut down social media after Twitter fact-checks him; fires off another baseless murder tweet https://t.co/Ay3y2vJX5Q
Retweeted by The Baltimore SunJPMorgan Chase & Co. will invest $1 million in grants and loans to help underserved small businesses in Baltimore a… https://t.co/uRY1TqG8VpMary J. Wilson, the first African American senior zookeeper at what is now the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore whose expe… https://t.co/Pk8YRNinZQMaryland school officials now have outlined a range of possibilities that all involve significant restructuring of… https://t.co/bzXrYPgolwDid outburst of killing put crime top-of-mind again as Baltimoreans vote? | COMMENTARY https://t.co/Fk9CoQAyt6Day in the Life is a series of occasional articles in which The Baltimore Sun looks at how Marylanders have been ma… https://t.co/rfPLJjWdnDBaltimore's police commissioner said the officer who was shot yesterday was spared major injury due to his bulletpr… https://t.co/HppMX4MLtEThe Girl Power Happy Hour has become a much-needed weekly outlet for the women who participate. https://t.co/gQxaGZzmxfFind the best of what Charm City has to offer with The Baltimore Sun's best-of list: Baltimore's Best. https://t.co/qCL9ulLBeX"It’s one of those cases where it’s kind of a perfect storm scenario that happened as far as supply and demand." https://t.co/5krqqgSJaBWatch Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison talk about a crime scene Tuesday night in Federal Hill where a… https://t.co/0UWUmV3Z53‘Remember my mother as a queen’: Baltimore woman’s fatal shooting mourned by family members, friends https://t.co/oxQGK6UatgAnnapolis Yacht Club announces that its popular Wednesday Night Racing series will get underway on June 3. https://t.co/qhyrkXFMpCFour Minneapolis police officers who were involved in the arrest of a black man who died in police custody were fir… https://t.co/Edv1WVjHliA Springfield, Missouri, hairstylist served 84 clients over eight days while experiencing symptoms of coronavirus,… https://t.co/bJq8fVPWTbMary J. Wilson, the first African American senior zookeeper at what is now the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, died Thur… https://t.co/W4KEY37XyyBREAKING NEWS Baltimore Police: Officer shot Tuesday night in Federal Hill https://t.co/BRoHoa6cwYHere’s a look at where former Ravens will be playing in 2020. https://t.co/o0bIMJjm3QAs Miles Boykin prepares for his second season with the Ravens, he’s working to make sure his mind can keep up with… https://t.co/OPwGF1d5aSEditorial: It’s time for every one of us to take responsibility for our role in moving Maryland forward. https://t.co/UT53I1Xlej
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Maryland guard Serrel Smith Jr. has entered the transfer portal, the team announced Tuesday, making him the third p… https://t.co/talVplNX0U🏆 Check out this year's winners of The Baltimore Sun Readers’ Choice Awards https://t.co/tMSbkNYne9 https://t.co/oRHn5MCAWGA former Pikesville school student attempted to run over at least one staff member with his car Tuesday morning, Ba… https://t.co/LuD5TfjUaoTwo Baltimore-area jurisdictions took steps toward loosening coronavirus-related restrictions on Tuesday, albeit at… https://t.co/ZQDSSTxwjV
Retweeted by The Baltimore SunHow to save your money while you are spending time at home. https://t.co/vBc78CkxrUThe latest campaign finance reports showed two candidates had the means to give their campaigns a financial boost f… https://t.co/5FjTY1Y9AGRavens re-open training facility, but players and coaches are still not permitted to return https://t.co/ShtocFCN2c
Retweeted by The Baltimore SunSwimming in the Inner Harbor is generally not advised because of the sewage pumped into the area, although local ef… https://t.co/jJa0yK2R6HWhen she found out she landed an internship with an education nonprofit, Lydia Burns, a senior at the University of… https://t.co/fHo4etRvJXA student-led group and councilman Zeke Cohen are calling on Comcast to expand internet access available to Baltimo… https://t.co/SMkwKcIkEQThe ACLU of Maryland has launched an ad campaign against the controversial Baltimore Police surveillance plane that… https://t.co/EloIIgs766Roy McGrath, CEO and Chairman of the Maryland Environmental Service Board of Directors, will become Gov. Hogan’s ne… https://t.co/CQUSc1Ww0sBaltimore to begin allowing curbside pickup at retail stores, Mayor Young announces https://t.co/u7FleZEUxc
Retweeted by The Baltimore SunMaryland’s uniform bar exam rescheduled for Sept. 9-10, at multiple locations, which will be determined and announc… https://t.co/FQZh5E4VlI
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