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 2020-11-27 13:34 

Capital Gazette

Can a computer devise a theory of everything?...

The Theory of Everything is still not in sight, but with computers taking over many of the chores in life — translating languages, recognizing faces, driving cars, recommending whom to date — it is not so crazy to imagine them taking over from...

 2020-11-27 13:32 

Capital Gazette

Bill Gates, the virus and the quest to vaccinate the world...

Working behind the scenes is the world's second-richest man, neither a scientist nor a doctor, who sees himself and his $50 billion foundation as uniquely prepared to take a central part. Gates and his team are drawing on connections and infrastructur...

 2020-11-27 13:30 

WJZ

[ CBS Baltimore ]

Firefighter Injured In Catonsville House Fire...

A firefighter has minor injuries as crews are working to extinguish a fire at a Catonsville home....

 2020-11-27 13:24 

Capital Gazette

Cher in Pakistan to help 'world's loneliest elephant'...

Cher in Pakistan to help 'world's loneliest elephant'...

 2020-11-27 13:16 

Capital Gazette

'Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions' review: Taylor Swift gives a stripped-down performance...

'Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions' review: Taylor Swift gives a stripped-down performance...

 2020-11-27 13:13 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

Harford County Chamber of Commerce encourages shoppers to buy local this holiday...
 2020-11-27 13:07 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

Firefighter injured in two-alarm fire in Catonsville...
 2020-11-27 13:03 

Capital Gazette

Eric Clapton, Van Morrison team for anti-lockdown single 'Stand and Deliver'...

Music Legends Eric Clapton, Van Morrison team for anti-lockdown single 'Stand and Deliver'...

 2020-11-27 13:02 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

SantaCon 2020 in New York canceled amid coronavirus pandemic...

New York City's SantaCon 2020 is canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers say....

 2020-11-27 12:58 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

Businesses extending deals, hours to lessen crowds ahead of Small Business Saturday...
 2020-11-27 12:49 

Capital Gazette

'The Masked Singer' reveals the identity of Broccoli...

'The Masked Singer' reveals the identity of Broccoli...

 2020-11-27 12:47 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

KidsPeace Angel Tree program is collecting Christmas gift donations for foster children in Maryland...
 2020-11-27 12:45 

Capital Gazette

The best Black Friday deals of 2020...

With most holiday shopping happening online this year, retailers have been pushing deals earlier than usual some offering week- or month-long Black Friday sales events to encourage consumers to shop earlier. With the Thanksgiving sales weekend being virtu...

 2020-11-27 12:38 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

South Korea: Kim Jong Un warns diplomats against provoking US amid transition...

Dictator worried about President-elect Joe Biden's expected new approach toward the North....

 2020-11-27 12:25 

WBOC

[ Salisbury ]

Four-Vehicle Car Crash on Interstate 95 in Delaware Kills 2...

Law enforcement authorities in Delaware say two people died in a crash involving four vehicles on the northbound and southbound lanes of Interstate 95 near Newark....

 2020-11-27 12:12 

WBFF

[ FOX Baltimore ]

Tips for safe and successful shopping during Black Friday...

BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WBFF) - While you can expect less shoppers out this Black Friday that doesn't mean you shouldn't plan ahead to stay safe. In Maryland retail stores are capped at 50 percent capacity. Some jurisdictions like Baltimore City ha...

 2020-11-27 12:00 

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore and Maryland Quiz: 15 questions from Sun columnist Dan Rodricks, Volume VII...

While you're waiting out the pandemic at home, here are 15 more questions to test your knowledge of Baltimore and Maryland — a little history, a little trivia, some sports, a dash of politics — and, as in earlier editions, we made all the ...

 2020-11-27 11:56 

WBAL-TV 11

You cooked for 20 and fed 6 people. What to do with all of those leftovers...

After the last plate has been cleared from the table and everyone — except the person stuck washing dishes — has migrated to the couch, it's time to begin the next part of the Thanksgiving tradition: to divvy up and work through the leftov...

 2020-11-27 11:50 

WBFF

[ FOX Baltimore ]

Tropics Stay Alive as End Nears...

BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- The end of the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane season is coming up on November 30th but we're still tracking two areas of concern. First we're monitoring a well-defined non-tropical low pressure system located several hundred miles sou...

 2020-11-27 11:46 

WBFF

[ FOX Baltimore ]

Fall Feel in Maryland for Start Holiday Shopping Season...

BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- The weekend after the Thanksgiving holiday remains dry and mild with a new weather maker moving in early next week. In wake of a cold front, Friday won't be as warm as Thursday (we reached a balmy 70 degrees in Baltimore). Today...

 2020-11-27 11:00 

Capital Gazette

Ahead of a painful holiday season, Anne Arundel County offers free grief counseling sessions...

Anne Arundel County launched a new grief support group for residents who lost a loved one to COVID-19. It also expanded its regular mental health and grief support services so residents can receive eight free counseling sessions from Chesapeake Life Cente...

 2020-11-27 11:00 

Capital Gazette

Spotlight: Artist Carl Harris integrated Germantown Elementary in 1956. Now he captures historic images in glass...

Carl Harris was one of the first Black students to attend Germantown Elementary School in Annapolis in 1956. After growing up in Annapolis, Harris retired to Charles County where he creates glass paintings of historical landmarks out of his home studio....

 2020-11-27 11:00 

Capital Gazette

After back-to-back losing seasons, Navy women's basketball aims to make progress under first-year coach Tim Taylor...

Along with mentoring, inspiring and preaching accountability, first-year Navy women's basketball coach Tim Taylor hopes he and his staff instill confidence in one another to slowly regenerate a Navy women's basketball program that finished last in...

 2020-11-27 11:00 

Baltimore Sun

Make America kind again | COMMENTARY...

Toxic discourse has corrupted speech, sown discord and division, and increased polarization. Are we beyond repair?...

 2020-11-27 11:00 

Baltimore Sun

With Ravens-Steelers game in jeopardy, what could the NFL do? Here are the options....

As of Friday morning, the Ravens are scheduled to play the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday afternoon. That might not be the case for long....

 2020-11-27 11:00 

Baltimore Sun

The library and the candy store: a story of generational change | COMMENTARY...

Library metamorphosis: from repository of our cultural heritage to after school hangout....

 2020-11-27 11:00 

Capital Gazette

With Ravens-Steelers game in jeopardy, what could the NFL do? Here are the options....

As of Friday morning, the Ravens are scheduled to play the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday afternoon. That might not be the case for long....

 2020-11-27 10:55 

WBAL-TV 11

In Santa's mailbag, a peek into children's pandemic worries...

"Take care of yourself Father Christmas, and of the Elves." Letters, notes and cards — some mere scribbles, other elaborate labors of love — are revealing windows into the minds of their young authors at the tail end of a year of sickn...

 2020-11-27 10:52 

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore is trying a holistic approach to homicides. Will it work? | COMMENTARY...

City officials hope to disrupt a culture of violence that existed long before the pandemic, with a promising collaboration between several city agencies, including the Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice, Baltimore Police Department, and the Office of ...

 2020-11-27 10:35 

Capital Gazette

Thousands of artifacts donated to Anne Arundel slowly opening a new window into the past...

The history of Anne Arundel County and the people who inhabited this land for the past 13,000 years is expanding before the eyes of county archaeologists, as they sit six feet apart in a small lab overlooking the South River, surrounded by acid-free cardb...

 2020-11-27 10:32 

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore’s ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ will light up as usual this year, but visitors are discouraged due to coronavirus...

Baltimore's "Miracle on 34th Street" will be held this year, but the most prominent light will be a figurative yellow for caution. Some other holidays events are either canceled or will be held virtually....

 2020-11-27 10:30 

Capital Gazette

Our Say: Shopping local is more than a slogan this year. It may mean survival....

Tthere is one thing those of us hanging on to a paycheck or with reserves deep enough to withstand the economic storm. Buy local....

 2020-11-27 10:30 

Baltimore Sun

Maryland designates Towson as Main Street affiliate...

The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development this month named downtown Towson a Main Street affiliate, a program that strengthens local revitalization efforts with grants and technical assistance....

 2020-11-27 10:30 

Baltimore Sun

Batavick: Championed by slave owners, Electoral College ignores will of the people | COMMENTARY...

The South's economy was totally dependent on forced, unpaid labor, and its convention representatives needed a scheme to rig presidential elections to protect their cushy way of life. To claim a larger population, Madison proposed allowing the souther...

 2020-11-27 10:30 

Baltimore Sun

Holiday Hope: The Shepherd’s Staff is ‘blessed beyond measure’ with community support...

The Shepherd's Staff has provided assistance to Carroll County residents in crisis for more than 30 and is one of five beneficiaries of Holiday Hope, the Times' annual campaign aimed at driving donations to organizations that help those in need....

 2020-11-27 10:30 

Baltimore Sun

Lawyers Mall, the state capital’s First Amendment gathering space, to reopen after two years of repairs...

After more than two years of work and $13 million, the state is preparing to reopen Lawyers Mall, the prominent First Amendment gathering space outside the State House in Annapolis....

 2020-11-27 10:26 

Baltimore Sun

Raney Aronson-Rath: the person behind the best non-fiction series on television | COMMENTARY...

In a year of monumental, complex and challenging stories, no TV journalism outlet has done a more in-depth and responsible job of covering them than "Frontline" on PBS. Meet the person behind this powerhouse production, Raney Aronson-Rath....

 2020-11-27 10:22 

Baltimore Sun

New owners of a Baltimore Christmas house: Could you please leave the lights on? | COMMENTARY...

If someone buys a Christmas house, typically adorned with decorations and lights, are they obligated to keep the tradition going?...

 2020-11-27 10:15 

Baltimore Sun

Letters: Column filled with conspiracy nonsense; McDaniel grateful to Westminster community; Opposed to rezoning Zabel property; Trump doing what he always does | READER COMMENTARY...

Letters to the editor published in the Nov. 27 edition of the Carroll County Times....

 2020-11-27 10:06 

Baltimore Sun

Nominate The Sun’s 2020 Marylander of the Year | COMMENTARY...

The Sun is asking for your nominations for the 2020 Marylander of the Year....

 2020-11-27 10:05 

Baltimore Sun

Airport retailers and restaurants struggle, hope to hang on through pandemic...

BWI Airport retailers and restaurants, struggling amid declining passenger traffic, hope for relief from the state to pull through the pandemic....

 2020-11-27 10:05 

Capital Gazette

Airport retailers and restaurants struggle, hope to hang on through pandemic...

BWI Airport retailers and restaurants, struggling amid declining passenger traffic, hope for relief from the state to pull through the pandemic....

 2020-11-27 10:00 

Capital Gazette

Three murder-suicides in recent months abnormal for Harford; more seeking services from Harford crisis center as pandemic drags on...

Three recent murder-suicides in Harford County have cast light on issues of mental health and self-harm — coinciding with more people seeking help at the Klein Family Crisis Center as the coronavirus pandemic wears on....

 2020-11-27 10:00 

Capital Gazette

Westminster fundraiser Paws of Plenty looking to help crisis center...

The creation had to be "something that we're passionate about and to be able to give back to the community," Perez said. Her first thought was something that would help the hungry, then Perez turned to her love for animals....

 2020-11-27 10:00 

Capital Gazette

Thanksgiving looked different at the firehouse, too. Anne Arundel firefighters reflect on pandemic front lines....

Members of the Anne Arundel County Fire Department's 26th Fire Company in Glen Burnie celebrated Thanksgiving on the job this year. After months of being on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, firefighters and medics reflected on what's b...

 2020-11-27 10:00 

Capital Gazette

Bone marrow drive to help Southampton counselor diagnosed with leukemia set for Saturday at Kiddie Academy in Abingdon...

Harford County residents have an opportunity this weekend to find out if their bone marrow is a match to help an Abingdon woman undergoing treatment for cancer — and even if they are not a match, they will still become part of a nationwide database ...

 2020-11-27 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Special senior class at Beth Tfiloh makes a big mark on small athletic program...

For the first time since the school added high school grades in 1986, the athletic program at the small Jewish private school in Pikesville produced five student-athletes who will continue their playing careers in college....

 2020-11-27 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Westminster fundraiser Paws of Plenty looking to help crisis center...

The creation had to be "something that we're passionate about and to be able to give back to the community," Perez said. Her first thought was something that would help the hungry, then Perez turned to her love for animals....

 2020-11-27 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Three murder-suicides in recent months abnormal for Harford; more seeking services from Harford crisis center as pandemic drags on...

Three recent murder-suicides in Harford County have cast light on issues of mental health and self-harm — coinciding with more people seeking help at the Klein Family Crisis Center as the coronavirus pandemic wears on....

 2020-11-27 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Bone marrow drive to help Southampton counselor diagnosed with leukemia set for Saturday at Kiddie Academy in Abingdon...

Harford County residents have an opportunity this weekend to find out if their bone marrow is a match to help an Abingdon woman undergoing treatment for cancer — and even if they are not a match, they will still become part of a nationwide database ...

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