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Howard County Church Tent Meeting On Hold Awaiting COVID-19 Guidance

SAVAGE, MD — When you mention the phrase “tent meeting”, those with unusually long memories will recall the evangelistic efforts of Pentecostal preacher Oral Roberts. Those with still longer memories might remember hearing about Billy Sunday, who along with many […]

Tent Meeting is planned at Countryside Fellowship Church in Savage, MD. (credit Mark Wigley)

Howard County Church Tent Meeting On Hold Awaiting COVID-19 Guidance

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SAVAGE, MD — When you mention the phrase “tent meeting”, those with unusually long memories will recall the evangelistic efforts of Pentecostal preacher Oral Roberts. Those with still longer memories might remember hearing about Billy Sunday, who along with many […]

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Baltimore’s Tragic Loss: Notre Dame Closes After Helping Students Reach for the World

Institute of Notre Dame (Photo by Eli Pousson, March 14, 2018. Flickr) BALTIMORE – The other day, when they announced the closing of the Institute of Notre Dame, after 173

Labor report: Maryland lost 349,300 jobs in April

@BryanRenbaum The numbers in Maryland’s latest labor report are troubling with 349,300 jobs lost and business leaders say it is going to be a long road to recovery. “The numbers are

Barry and Stanley Livingston chow down in TV Dinners. (screenshot from My Three Sons)

TV Dinners: Child Stars Garnish Recipes With Recollections

Barry and Stanley Livingston "chow down" in TV Dinners. (screenshot from My Three Sons) If you grew up during the Golden Age of Television, chances are you can still recall

Hogan: Statewide contact tracing operation will be fully operational next week

@BryanRenbaum Maryland’s contact tracing operation for coronavirus cases will be fully operational in the entire state starting next week, Gov. Larry Hogan said on Thursday. “To support our local health officials,

Mindful Memorial Day ribbons

Mindful Memorial Day Needs Volunteers for Virtual Event

Veteran-led group seeks help to honor every service member killed since 9/11 Arlington, VA – Unable to host their annual installation at Arlington National Cemetery over Memorial Day weekend, veteran-operated

Leader of Md. health group predicts legislature will override veto of prescription drug board funding

@BryanRenbaum The president of Maryland Citizens’ Health Initiative said he is confident that the General Assembly will vote to override Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of legislation that would have established a permanent

Nursing home walkers (Pixabay) COVID-19 testing in nursing homes could run into the billions of dollars.

COVID-19 Testing, Support for Nursing Home Residents & Staff Could Cost Billions

Professional Association Requests $10 Billion in Additional Funding and Support for Long Term Care Facilities, including Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Communities, in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic. FLASH UPDATE: HHS

Reopen Maryland co-founder says Marylanders should not comply with Hogan’s orders

@BryanRenbaum The first phase of Gov. Larry Hogan’s plan to reopen businesses shuttered by restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of the coronavirus is not moving fast enough, according to the co-founder

Maryland’s Businesses First Phase of Reopening is a Work in Progress, Business Leaders Say

@BryanRenbaum The first phase of Gov. Larry Hogan’s plan to reopen businesses shuttered by restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of the coronavirus has proceeded with varying degrees of success, and confusion,

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