Crime, Police/Fire, Sports

Nottingham man charged with illegal duck hunting

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Maryland Natural Resources Police have charged five men with hunting waterfowl during the closed season. On February 13, officers responded to Good Intent Road in Union Bridge in reference to a complaint about hunters shooting at ducks. After investigating, police identified the men as Jeffrey Kreit Jr., 26, of White Hall; Brandon Kreit, 22, of Essex; Timothy McLaughlin, …


Health, Politics, Sci-Tech, Sports

Registration opens for M&T Bank Stadium COVID-19 vaccination site

BALTIMORE, MD—Governor Larry Hogan on Monday announced that registration opened Monday morning for eligible Marylanders to schedule COVID-19 vaccination appointments at the state’s newest mass vaccination site, which opens this Thursday, February 25, at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore City. “The opening of our next state-run mass vaccination site is another milestone toward ending this pandemic,” said Governor Hogan. “I …


Maryland Department of Health expands GoVAX campaign, names Juan Dixon as new Ambassador [VIDEO]

BALTIMORE, MD—The Maryland Department of Health on Wednesday expanded the statewide GoVAX campaign, launching new public service announcements featuring Coppin State University Men’s Basketball Coach and former NBA player Juan Dixon. GoVAX encourages all Marylanders to protect themselves, their families and communities by getting vaccinated when they become eligible. “As a mentor to young adults and student-athletes, Coach Dixon is …

Ravens to deliver donuts, coffee to healthcare workers at Franklin Square Hospital this week

ROSEDALE, MD—The Baltimore Ravens will be making special deliveries to healthcare workers for Valentine’s Day. This Friday, February 12, the Ravens and Dunkin’ will travel to select MedStar Hospital locations to deliver “Poegrams” to healthcare workers throughout the Baltimore community.  These events will not be open to the general public. Ravens mascot Poe, staff members and the Dunkin’ Community Cruiser …

Baltimore County Police Department 2021 Polar Bear Plunge raises over $35,000 [VIDEO]

BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD—The Baltimore County Police Department raised over $35,000 by participating in the 2021 Polar Bear Plunge. The Polar Bear Plunge is part of Maryland’s history. For the past 25 years, thousands of plungers have jumped into the icy waters of the Chesapeake Bay all in support of Special Olympics Maryland. While officials originally had a different vision for …

Boy Scout troop installs footbridge in Carney

CARNEY, MD—One local Boy Scout troop has been busy improving a hiking trail in Carney this weekend. Eagle Scout candidate Lance Hastings led a crew from Troop 124 that installed a footbridge at the Gunpowder Falls State Park – Graham Memorial Area, according to Councilman David Marks. This wooded area north of Cub Hill is used by the Baltimore Bowmen …

Baltimore County to allow youth sports to resume on February 1

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Friday issued an Executive Order stating that amateur sports events, including high school, youth, and/or recreational games, clinics, skills sessions, scrimmages and practices, may restart effective Monday, February 1, 2021. Outdoor Sports Attendance at organized amateur sports events held outdoors is limited to: Players; Referees and/or officials; Trainers, coaches and staff; and One …

Das Bierhalle raises $4,000 for local fire company

CARNEY, MD—A local restaurant has done their part to spread some holiday cheer to first responders. Through their first annual golf tournament, Das Bierhalle was able to raise and donate $4,000 to Providence Volunteer Fire Company. “We are extremely humbled and proud to be part of such a great community, one that gives us so much support, and in return …