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What happened to the Drug Epidemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has made the last month some of the most unusual times in many people’s lifetimes. It’s affected all of us in some way, whether it be financially, educationally, health-wise, or just in our day to day lives. […]

What happened to the Drug Epidemic?

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made the last month some of the most unusual times in many people’s lifetimes. It’s affected all of us in some way, whether it be financially, educationally, health-wise, or just in our day to day lives. […]

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COVID-19: What is God Saying to Us?

The Coronavirus has hit our country with fervor and caused all kinds of death and hurt in its path. What can we learn from this epidemic? What is God

COVID-19 ALERT: 8,225 People Tested Positive in Maryland

As of today, 8,225 people tested positive for the coronavirus in Maryland, according to numbers released Sunday morning and 235 have died. So far 41,539 people have tested negative for

Al Kaline was the Hometown Kid who Got Away

BALTIMORE – On a raw October afternoon in 1991, on the last day they would ever play a baseball game in this city’s old Memorial Stadium, I went looking

Passover in Baltimore (Anthony C. Hayes)

Passover Reminds Us That Freedom is a State of Mind

A Passover table set with gentle reminders of the plagues which swept Egypt. (Anthony C. Hayes) The irony hasn’t been lost on anyone that as the Jewish community prepares to

Woodlawn Motor Coach was one of the businesses looking to hire veterans at the DAV/RecruitMilitary Baltimore Veterans Job Fair

DAV/RecruitMilitary hosts Veterans Job Fair in Baltimore

BALTIMORE -- For more than 200 years, the United States Marines have utilized some variation on the slogan, “We’re looking for a few good men.” Good men and good

Colin Quinn

Colin Quinn on the Most Honest People in the US

Stand-up comedian Colin Quinn believes that everyone in politics thinks they’re right, as in correct, right now. That’s one of the reasons why he wants to be on—and what

Ravens heartbreaking Loss: Baltimore will mourn for decades to come

BALTIMORE – Among my generation of football fans, there’s an unwritten rule: Nobody around here brings up the embarrassment of Super Bowl III, when the upstart Joe Namath Jets

Paula Poundstone talks about what to do with 35 pounds of catnip

When you call to interview comedian Paula Poundstone, you don’t expect the first topic of discussion to be catnip. But with a woman who owns 15 cats, you know

Baltimore becomes a national punch line again

BALTIMORE – Once again, this city becomes part of a national punch line for municipal humiliation. This time it’s another mayor, Catherine Pugh, banished from City Hall, now pleading

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