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Statue of Christopher Columbus Portions Moving

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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 triumphs among Maryland after the…

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Hershey Park Reopens Amid Pandemic

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HERSHEY, Pa. - One of America's most notable parks is now open for business. "We're Open Baltimore" reads the intro to their website and in public announcements. The park will…

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Outdoor Dining To Open In Baltimore

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Outdoor dining is one of the largest topics for post-COVID-19 conditions. With many pushing for their states to reopen, the issues of potentially spreading the virus are a major concern.…

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Police Corruption Probe Leads To 15th Officer Charged

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A federal investigation into police corruption at the Baltimore Police Department resulted in its 15th officer charged. The investigation began in 2015, when federal authorities took a closer look at…

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Military Presence In Baltimore To Aid Outbreak Response Efforts
A U. S. Air Force Airman marks the total weight on a cargo pallet as Airmen from the 621st Contingency Response Wing and the 60th Aerial Port Squadron work together to prepare emergency vehicles food, water, fuel and other supplies to be transported to one of the many areas affected by recent hurricanes in the southern United States and eastern Caribbean Sea, Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Sep. 20, 2017. All cargo must be accurately weighed, measured, cataloged and documented to ensure it is safe to load onto heavy-lift aircraft, bound to destinations that have been devastated by major storms this season. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heide Couch) (U.S. Air Force photo/ Heide Couch)

Military Presence In Baltimore To Aid Outbreak Response Efforts

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Baltimore residents spotted military vehicles and personnel over the weekend across the city. On Friday, the Maryland National Guard confirmed their presence. Their arrival follows a request by Mayor Jack…

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Shooting Of Gunman Found Justified By Prosecutors

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After the fatal shooting of a gunman in a Baltimore methadone clinic last year, prosecutors found both involved officers justified. The incident occurred within the Man Alive methadone clinic last…

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