- Business Insider 17:56September 18, 2021'Grease' actor Eddie Deezen was accused of causing a disturbance at a Maryland restaurant and throwing plates at police during his arrestActor Eddie Deezen has been charged with assault, disorderly conduct, and trespassing, following an incident at a restaurant, TMZ reported.
< Retail, Weekend BI UK, Grease, Film Industry, Movies, Maryland, restaurant, restaurant workers, Life & Culture >
- Flashbak 20:23August 30, 2021Living the American Dream: Marion Post Wolcott’s Photographs of Working life in the USA 1930s-1940sThe work was year round. Photographing men and women picking cotton, shucking corn, cutting tobacco leaves, citrus fruit packing, coal mining, or hanging around the theatres and halls on Beale Street, from where rock ‘n’ roll would one day come. The photographer was Marion Post Wolcott (1910-1990). She was born in New Jersey, a June … Continue reading "Living the American Dream: Marion Post Wolcott’s Photographs of Working life in the USA 1930s-1940s"
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- Breitbart News 22:41August 7, 2021Poll: 20% of Americans Say They Have Lost Friendships over Coronavirus DisagreementsOne in five Americans say they have lost friendships over disagreements on the Chinese coronavirus, a daily YouGov survey updated Friday found.
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- Business Insider 21:43July 14, 2021How 4 of the US's most vaccinated counties got shots to more than 70% of their residentsPublic-health officials in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Washington shared their recipes for success.
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- Business Insider 01:03July 9, 2021Every single person in Maryland who died of COVID-19 in June was unvaccinated. The pattern applies to other states, too.Last month, 130 people in Maryland died from COVID-19. All of them were unvaccinated, according to the governor.
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- Business Insider 23:46July 6, 2021Laid-off workers are scoring early wins in lawsuits against GOP governors attempting to cut off federal jobless aidJobless workers in Indiana and Maryland temporarily won back federal unemployment - but it could still be overturned. Now they're trying in Ohio.
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- Breitbart News 19:58July 4, 2021WATCH: Fireworks Accidentally Explode at Ocean City Beach, One InjuredFireworks went off Sunday at Maryland's Ocean City Beach, injuring a worker who was setting up for a July 4 celebration.
< Health, Local, Pre-Viral, Fireworks, Fourth of July, Maryland >
- Business Insider 22:19July 3, 2021Maryland to continue paying federal unemployment benefits after judge rules against Governor HoganHogan is one of 25 Republican Governors who have moved to end the federal unemployment benefits of $300 per week before they expire in September.
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- Business Insider 23:23June 26, 2021An 1870s-era rail tunnel used by Amtrak could be a possible beneficiary of federal infrastructure fundingAccording to The Washington Post, the Baltimore & Potomac Tunnel, built in 1873, is "the biggest chokepoint between Washington and New Jersey."
< Politics, Transportation, Amtrak, Baltimore, Maryland, railroad, tunnel, Infrastructure, infrastructure bill 2021, President Joe Biden, Congress, High-speed train >
- Business Insider 22:51June 9, 2021Fire reported at an Amazon warehouse in MarylandMaryland Deputy State Fire Marshals are at the scene investigating how the fire started.
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- Business Insider 00:47May 28, 2021The 9 best hotels in Ocean City, Maryland to explore the area's iconic boardwalk, beaches, and lively nightlifeOur top picks for the best hotels in Ocean City, Maryland, include family-friendly resorts, charming inns, and all-suite properties with ocean views.
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- Breitbart News 17:37May 10, 2021Baltimore City State Attorney's Office Asks FCC to Censor Local News: 'Enlist the Full Enforcement Powers'The Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office, headed by the embattled Marilyn Mosby, has filed a formal complaint with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) against a local news station for alleged "blatantly slanted, dishonest, misleading, racist, and extremely dangerous" coverage in a move many believe is an attempt by Mosby to censor reporting on her own federal criminal investigation.
< Media, Politics, Baltimore, Federal Communciations Commission, First Amendment, Jessica Rosenworcel, Marilyn Mosby, Maryland, Media Matters >
- Business Insider 05:31May 9, 2021In a first, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan will posthumously pardon 34 victims of racial lynching who weren't given due processThe pardons were inspired by a petition by students at Loch Raven Technical Academy that urged Hogan to pardon Howard Cooper, a 15-year-old Black boy.
< Politics, Larry Hogan, Maryland, Lynching >
- Flashbak 12:44May 4, 2021When Gas was 15c a gallon – US Filling Stations 1937-1942Before the ubiquitous gas stations people bought gasoline literally out of a barrel at a grocery or hardware store. Some of which even offered gasoline home delivery in five-gallon jugs. The world’s first purpose-built gas station was built in St. Louis, Missouri in 1905 at 420 South Theresa Avenue. Although the Smithsonian magazine says that … Continue reading "When Gas was 15c a gallon – US Filling Stations 1937-1942"
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- Business Insider 19:26April 30, 2021Jared Kushner's apartment company made 'widespread and numerous' violations of Maryland law, judge rulesAn administrative law judge ruled that Kushner's company overcharged nearly 15,300 prospective tenants in application fees above the state limit.
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- Breitbart News 01:20April 30, 2021Kamala Harris: Our Capitol Was 'Attacked by Insurgents'Kamala Harris spoke after visiting a vaccination site at the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore and declared significant progress for the Biden administration in its first 100 days.
< Politics, Baltimore, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Maryland >
- Observer 21:30April 21, 2021Harriet Tubman’s Family Home’s Site and Other Artifacts Have Reportedly Been FoundA drawer pull, a pipe stem, pottery and bricks are among the items that reportedly indicate Tubman once lived at the home's site.
< Artifacts, family home, Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration, Underground Railroad >
- New York Magazine 04:59April 12, 2021Maryland Becomes First State to Repeal Its Police Bill of RightsDemocrats overrode the veto of the Republican governor to create a civilian role in police discipline and heightened standards for use of force.
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- Breitbart News 16:17April 7, 2021Fort Detrick Shooting Suspect ID'd as Fantahun Girma WoldesenbetThe shooting suspect killed at Maryland's Fort Detrick on Tuesday has been identified as Fantahun Girma Woldesenbet.
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- Breitbart News 17:25April 6, 2021Suspect 'Down' Following Active Shooter Report Near Fort DetrickThe Frederick County Sheriff's Office (FCSO) indicates a suspect is "down" following an active shooter situation at Fort Detrick, Maryland.
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- Business Insider 19:05March 14, 2021Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says more people should be 'speaking out' against hate crimes targeting Asian AmericansMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan on CNN praised Biden's denouncing attacks on Asian Americans, citing his own family's experiences with discrimination.
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- Defence Blog 13:08March 13, 2021U.S. Air Force mimics operations from a forward locationThe U.S. Air Force has reported that the 167th Airlift Wing recently teamed up with the 175th Wing, Maryland Air National Guard, to conduct their first agile combat employment exercise Feb. 17. During the single-day exercise, cargo and Airmen were transported via a C-17 Globemaster III from Warfield Air National Guard Base at Martin State […]
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- Business Insider 21:31February 16, 20219 governors asked President Biden to fix 'unnecessary confusion' created by the CDC's vaccine reportingThe CDC's tracker doesn't reflect various vaccine rollout programs that the states don't have a say in, the governors said.
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