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Special Olympics Maryland extends 2020 Virtual Torch Run through Saturday [VIDEO]

BALTIMORE, MD—The first-ever “virtual” Law Enforcement Torch Run to benefit Special Olympics Maryland is being extended.  The event was original slated to end on October 17th but has not been extended through this Saturday, October 23rd. The annual event is normally scheduled in June but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s participants may have had to keep …


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Maryland stadiums, outdoor venues allowed to reopen at 10% capacity

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland Secretary of Health Robert Neall on Friday issued orders updating safe capacity limits for outdoor sporting and entertainment venues, while maintaining face covering requirements and strict public health protocols. “With our key health metrics low and stable, we are taking steps to allow more spectators, including fans of the Baltimore Ravens and the Washington …


Councilman Marks: Fixing the Harford/Joppa Road intersection a priority for 10 years

The following is an op/ed piece from Councilman David Marks: When I ran for office in 2010, I stood with a sign at the corner of Harford and Joppa Roads that read “Fix This Intersection.” This junction of two major corridors has been gridlocked for decades, and rebuilding the intersection has been a top priority since I was elected. I …

New Baltimore Blast team store opens in Rosedale

ROSEDALE, MD—A local team has opened up a new store in town. On Saturday, the Baltimore Blast opened its Arsenal Sports store in Rosedale. The store caries Blast merchandise as well as Arsenal Sports camo gear. Blast coach David Bascome and goalkeeper William Vanzela were on-hand to sign autographs at today’s event. The Blast play all home games at SECU …

Maryland Department of Health encourages residents to participate in annual Walk Maryland Day events

BALTIMORE, MD—The Maryland Department of Health is encouraging Marylanders to take part in today’s 6th annual Walk Maryland Day through planned walks across the state, while maintaining social distancing and wearing face coverings. The event is a highlight of the state’s month-long celebration of “Walktober,” which focuses on Maryland’s official exercise. Walk Maryland Day 2020 urges all Marylanders to Walk …

Wayward Smokehouse to hold Purple Pup Rally on The Avenue

WHITE MARSH, MD—Deck out your dog in purple and head to THE AVENUE at White Marsh later this month. Wayward Smokehouse will be holding a Purple Pup Rally on Thursday, October 22, from 5 to 8 p.m. “Break out the purple and join us for a socially distanced pup rally on the patio of Wayward Smokehouse in White Marsh. The …

Pipeline Soccer Club chooses Greenleigh for new headquarters, performance center

WHITE MARSH, MD—Pipeline Soccer Club, a Maryland-based youth soccer club with more than 1,000 players, has chosen Greenleigh in White Marsh/Middle River as the site for its new Pipeline Performance Center.  The new facility will include an indoor field and training facilities, offices for its more than 50-person staff, classrooms, and a gym. The club, founded by Sean Rush and …

Angler catches Maryland record gray triggerfish

OCEAN CITY, MD—The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has recognized Logan Liddick of Carlisle, Pa. as the new Maryland state record holder for the gray triggerfish (Balistes capriscus). The 34-year-old angler caught the 6.0-pound, 20-inch long fish on Sept. 25, while fishing near a shipwreck 14 miles off the coast of Ocean City. Using both clams and squid for bait, …