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 2020-04-03 18:30 

Baltimore Sun

Coronavirus cases now in 60 nursing home facilities across Maryland: ‘The virus is everywhere’...

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday said coronavirus cases or clusters of cases have now been identified in 60 different nursing home facilities across the state, as well as in multiple correctional facilities in the state....

 2020-04-03 17:03 

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Harford Executive Barry Glassman announced new county government site for coronavirus updates...

In his weekly update regarding the new coronavirus issued Friday, County Executive Barry Glassman announced local government has launched a new website bringing together information about the virus in Harford....

 2020-04-03 17:03 

Baltimore Sun

Harford Executive Barry Glassman announced new county government site for coronavirus updates...

In his weekly update regarding the new coronavirus issued Friday, County Executive Barry Glassman announced local government has launched a new website bringing together information about the virus in Harford....

 2020-04-03 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

‘It’s getting harder’: As coronavirus spreads, Marylanders overseas hope window to get home soon isn’t closing...

The U.S. State Department has coordinated the return of Americans from 74 countries since the end of January. But an untold number of Marylanders and other Americans remain waiting to return from overseas....

 2020-04-02 23:37 

Baltimore Sun

Police: Man dies in Northwest Baltimore shooting Thursday...

Baltimore Police said a man died Thursday in a shooting on Reisterstown Road in the Towanda-Grantley neighborhood of Northwest Baltimore....

 2020-04-02 21:31 

Baltimore Sun

Judge in Maryland weighs release of two detained immigrants because they are at high risk for the coronavirus...

Immigrants' rights advocates on Thursday urged a federal judge to order the release of two people from Maryland immigration detention facilities, including one in Howard County, saying their medical conditions carry a high risk of death or serious ill...

 2020-04-02 20:41 

Baltimore Sun

Police respond to apparent shooting in Mount Airy...

Multiple police agencies responded to an apparent shooting in Mount Airy on Thursday afternoon....

 2020-04-02 14:53 

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18-year-old fatally shot in North Baltimore, police say...

Five men were shot in Baltimore Wednesday, two of them, including an 18-year-old, died....

 2020-04-02 14:16 

Baltimore Sun

Maryland surpasses 2,000 coronavirus cases; 36 have died...

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Maryland jumped another 17% Thursday to more than 2,000, and scores of out-of-work residents have filed for unemployment benefits as businesses continued to shut their doors in response, state officials said....

 2020-04-02 12:49 

Baltimore Sun

Jobless claims double old record, with 84,000 Marylanders filing for unemployment as coronavirus shutters businesses...

Nearly 85,000 Maryland residents filed for unemployment benefits last week as business continued to shut their doors in response to the growing COVID-19 outbreak....

 2020-04-02 09:30 

Baltimore Sun

Minnich: History is a continual loop...

My bride-to-be and I listened to a radio broadcast about the looming threat of radioactive fallout that would head around the world if the U. S. and Russia continued on a collision course over Soviet missile sites in Cuba. Would we be around for our weddi...

 2020-04-02 02:26 

Baltimore Sun

Four men shot, one fatally, across Baltimore in two separate shootings Wednesday...

Four men were shot, one fatally, in two separate shootings across Baltimore on Wednesday, police said....

 2020-04-01 22:34 

Baltimore Sun

Maryland unemployment claims expected to continue to soar...

Maryland is expected to see another spike in unemployment claims when the latest numbers are released Thursday morning....

 2020-04-01 21:28 

Baltimore Sun

Document: Baltimore police surveillance plane agreement...

Read the memorandum of understanding between Baltimore and Persistent Surveillance Systems over the use of a surveillance plane....

 2020-04-01 19:11 

Baltimore Sun

Howard County Pride canceled due to coronavirus pandemic...

This year's Howard County Pride has been canceled, joining the long list of county and state events forced to postpone or cancel after the growing threat of the coronavirus has spread across the country....

 2020-04-01 16:44 

Baltimore Sun

Maryland see boom in health insurance enrollment due to coronavirus, extends special period to sign up...

The Maryland health exchange has extended a special enrollment period until June due to the coronavirus....

 2020-04-01 16:39 

Baltimore Sun

Peters: Panic contradicts the virtues; stand up to it and quell fear...

Unfortunately, today's world is beset by fear, the contradiction of faith, and panic, the contradiction of hope. As panic spreads, people attack anyone who shows a hint of optimism as if optimism is harmful. In truth, panic causes the greatest harm.....

 2020-04-01 16:27 

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore spending board approves surveillance plane pilot program to capture images from city streets...

Three privately funded surveillance planes have been cleared to begin patrolling Baltimore from the sky....

 2020-04-01 16:23 

Baltimore Sun

Four arrested for ‘targeted’ Lansdowne shooting...

Four men have been charged with attempted murder after allegedly shooting a man in Lansdowne in early March, according to Baltimore County Police....

 2020-04-01 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

‘My biggest fear is having to deliver alone’: Pregnancy in a pandemic...

As the pandemic disrupts daily life for Americans, expecting parents are dealing with anxieties they never thought they would face, from new restrictions on hospital visitors to fears of getting sick or exposing a newborn to the virus....

 2020-04-01 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore family, reeling from daughter’s death, struggles to provide proper funeral in era of coronavirus restrictions...

Shannon Barmer, 22, was fatally shot and killed Friday in a Baltimore neighborhood. The family says she was caught in crossfire. Now they must figure out how to plan her funeral....

 2020-04-01 09:30 

Baltimore Sun

Zirpoli: We all play a role in stopping the spread of coronavirus...

In the United States, the mortality rate for COVID-19 is currently 18 times higher than the average number of deaths during a typical flu season. Also, people with COVID-19 virus infect, on average, about 2 to 3 other people compared with the flu which in...

 2020-04-01 03:57 

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Baltimore Police: Man in critical condition after McElderry Park shooting...

A man was shot in his torso Tuesday afternoon in Southeast Baltimore, police said....

 2020-04-01 03:32 

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‘Highly destructive’ Asian gypsy moth found on coal freighter at Port of Baltimore...

The U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed Tuesday that Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists discovered eggs from a "highly destructive" moth attached to a coal freighter at the Port of Baltimore two weeks ago....

 2020-03-31 21:33 

Baltimore Sun

Two 19-year-old men arrested for allegedly killing man in Greektown in East Baltimore...

Two 19-year-old men were arrested for fatally shooting another man in East Baltimore a little more than two weeks ago, Baltimore Police said....

 2020-03-31 18:28 

Baltimore Sun

Judge: Maryland man linked to white supremacist group to stay in jail...

A Maryland man linked by the FBI to a white supremacist group and arrested ahead of a gun rights rally in Virginia must remain in federal custody while he awaits trial, a judge ruled Tuesday....

 2020-03-31 15:20 

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Police officer who fatally shot a man Monday evening has four previous fatal shootings in his career...

The Baltimore Police officer who fatally shot a man in East Baltimore on Monday night has previously shot and killed four other people in the past decade....

 2020-03-31 09:30 

Baltimore Sun

Blatchford: Hardships are survivable, preparedness begins at local level, Trump unfairly maligned...

Preparedness for meeting various disasters such as the current virus or Hurricane Katrina begins at the local level. It's a bottom up plan — disaster invokes local response, then state and lastly national....

 2020-03-31 09:00 

Baltimore Sun

Community Voices (Scanlan): Commentators making out the Left to be sinister while trying to rewrite history...

While Trump was still misleading the American people, Gov. Hogan decided to close schools and then non-essential businesses in order to control the spread of the virus. Governors around the country have stepped up to take the actions that didn't come ...

 2020-03-30 23:16 

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Police officer shoots person in Broadway East neighborhood, FOP says...

The Baltimore Police union that represents rank-and-file-officers said in a tweet that an officer shot at a person in the Broadway East neighborhood Monday night....

 2020-03-30 20:56 

Baltimore Sun

Parkville man charged with attempted murder after Sunday shooting: Towson and Cockeysville area crime...

A Parkville man has been arrested and charged with attempted murder in connection to a domestic-related shooting Sunday afternoon, according to Baltimore County Police....

 2020-03-30 13:41 

Baltimore Sun

18-year-old fatally shot in South Baltimore, police say...

Riyad Campbell, 18, was shot and killed early Monday morning, according to Baltimore police....

 2020-03-30 02:28 

Baltimore Sun

Police: Woman fatally shot Sunday in East Baltimore’s Madison-Eastend neighborhood...

Baltimore Police said a woman was fatally shot Sunday night in East Baltimore's Madison-Eastend neighborhood....

 2020-03-30 00:46 

Baltimore Sun

Protest at Howard County Detention Center calls for release of immigrants amid coronavirus outbreak...

A lawsuit filed March 24 against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, among other respondents, is aiming to get immigrant detainees released swiftly from the Howard County Detention Center and Worcester County Detention Center....

 2020-03-28 19:45 

Baltimore Sun

Man killed, two others wounded in shootings overnight in Baltimore, police say...

One man was shot and killed in South Baltimore and two others were wounded overnight in the city, police said Saturday....

 2020-03-28 12:00 

Baltimore Sun

FBI, local police agencies warns against coronavirus-related scams...

The Federal Bureau of Investigation warned Americans to stay watchful of coronavirus-related scams, including fake emails from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, phishing emails advertising testing kits, and masks and people selling coun...

 2020-03-28 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Leimkuhler: Coming to terms with coronavirus...

Upon learning about this new virus, the general public may not have felt any real sense of urgency. Rather, many of us may have responded to the news with a collective shrug and simply carried on with our busy lives....

 2020-03-28 03:26 

Baltimore Sun

Two people shot in Baltimore City on Friday...

A woman was shot in the back of the head and a 28-year-old man was shot in the arm in separate incidents Friday night, according to Baltimore City police....

 2020-03-27 21:55 

Baltimore Sun

Westminster man faces assault, false imprisonment charges...

A Westminster man faces multiple charges after he allegedly falsely imprisoned a woman....

 2020-03-27 20:33 

Baltimore Sun

Trump’s declaration of Maryland as ‘major disaster’ area could mean millions to help fight coronavirus...

When President Donald Trump this week declared Maryland a major disaster area due to the coronavirus pandemic, state officials praised the decision....

 2020-03-27 17:31 

Baltimore Sun

5 key points from Maryland Gov. Hogan’s Friday interviews on the coronavirus pandemic...

Since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan has been a guest on many TV and radio shows, spreading a message that Marylanders need to take the virus seriously and stay at home....

 2020-03-27 13:35 

Baltimore Sun

Bel Air senior Maggi Hall earns preseason lacrosse honor...

With her senior season in complete question due to the continued closure of schools, Bel Air girls lacrosse player Maggi Hall had a little more reason to be happy this week. Hall, a senior attack for the Bobcats who is headed to the University of Florida ...

 2020-03-27 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Who gets lifesaving care — and who doesn’t — when there’s a crush of coronavirus patients? Maryland is coming up with a plan....

Maryland began working on a plan for this coronavirus threat during the quiet time after the last flu pandemic. Now ethicists, doctors and state leaders are preparing a final recommendation to present to Gov. Larry Hogan for approval....

 2020-03-27 09:30 

Baltimore Sun

Our View: Scammers will take advantage of crisis; use due diligence...

"We expect to see an uptick in scammers taking advantage of the current COVID-19 pandemic with phishing (Email), vishing (Voice), or smishing (SMS) attacks," said Quentin Rhoads-Herrera, director of professional services at the cybersecurity firm ...

 2020-03-27 01:34 

Baltimore Sun

President Trump declares major disaster in Maryland due to coronavirus, releasing funds after request from Gov. Larry Hogan...

President Donald Trump released more funding to Maryland Thursday night after declaring that a major disaster exists in the state amid the coronavirus outbreak....

 2020-03-26 19:48 

Baltimore Sun

Ask us: Your coronavirus questions answered by our reporters...

You have reached out to us with questions about the virus and its impacts. Our reporters will answer your questions on the coronavirus. Ask on baltimore.com/ask...

 2020-03-26 12:58 

Baltimore Sun

42,000 Marylanders — and a record 3.3 million Americans — filed for unemployment last week, creating backlog to process claims...

A record 3.3 million American filed for jobless benefits last week, creating a backlog for processing the unprecedented surge of claims....

 2020-03-26 09:00 

Baltimore Sun

Fort George G. Meade in war time was when the stars came out...

The presence of the Special Services Division at Fort George G. Meade meant a constant parade of civilian entertainers coming through....

 2020-03-26 07:27 

Baltimore Sun

Howard’s Collin Greene throws way to Howard County indoor track and field Athlete of the Year award...

Howard shot putter Collin Greene highlights the 2019-20 Howard County indoor track and field All-County teams....

 2020-03-25 19:52 

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore to screen people staying in homeless shelters for coronavirus, give them space to isolate...

Young's plan comes amid concerns the virus could spread widely through shelters and encampments, where people gather in large groups and frequently have chronic health conditions....

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