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Indoor and Outdoor Dining to Resume with One-Hour Limit for Patrons

January 22, 2021

Indoor and outdoor dining can reopen for limited capacity starting today in Baltimore, Maryland. This is according to Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott. Unfortunately, diners only have one hour limit. They also must sign their na...Read More

Volunteers are Working Harder as COVID-19 Increases the Need for Food

January 5, 2021

Volunteers in communities in Maryland have taken it upon themselves to meet the growing need for food. Even though the city government has expanded services. In fact, the neighborhood leaders many of which have been feeding p...Read More

Raging Bull Offering Pandemic Stock Tips is Accused Of $137M Fraud

December 9, 2020

Raging Bull has defrauded customers out of more than $137 million over the past three years. Moreover, the founders of the company have billed themselves as expert stock traders who teach customers how they, too can become m...Read More


COVID-19 Sewer Sentinel Initiative to Track and Combat the Corona Virus

November 17, 2020

COVID-19 Sewer Sentinel Initiative COVID-19 Sewer Sentinel Initiative expands Maryland's targeted wastewater sampling program. This program will have $1 milli...Read More


Amazon Announced More 7,200 New Seasonal Jobs

October 29, 2020

Amazon has promoted more than 35,000 Operations employees in 2020. In addition, 30,000 employees (more than 1,100 in Maryland) have been involved in Amazon's Career Choice Program. In turn, this has created an additional 100,...Read More

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Columbus Day and Subsequent Statue to Be Renamed By Baltimore

October 12, 2020

BALTIMORE, MD — Christopher Columbus's legacy will soon change with regard to Baltimore, Maryland. Two measures to rename Columbus Day and the Columbus Statue got approvals by the Baltimore City Council at a meeting on Mond...Read More


Industrial Robots are Dominating the Factories in Automotive Industries

September 25, 2020

Record 293,000 Robots In United States' Factories There are about 293,000 industrial robots operating in factories of the United States. The new World Robotics 20...Read More

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg memorial vigil held in Baltimore

September 23, 2020

A memorial vigil for The late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg took place in Baltimore on Tuesday night. Her death on Friday, September 18 came from complications stemming from metastatic cancer of the pancreas....Read More


Statue of Christopher Columbus Portions Moving

September 2, 2020

Portions of the Christopher Columbus statue will move for historical preservation. But it will not go back to Columbus Piazza in Little Italy. There were triump...Read More

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Christopher Columbus Statue Toppled – Thrown In River

July 29, 2020

Baltimore, MD - A statue of Christopher Columbus has been removed and thrown in a river by protesters. The move comes amid tensions between law enforcement as well as the black community within the United States. ...Read More

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