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Past articles by Max:

Baltimore County Students Will Begin The Week With Virtual Learning

Students in Baltimore County won’t be in school to start the week. → Read More

While Adults Spin Their Wheels In The Snow, The Kids Break Out Their Sleds

It’s the calm of a winter storm bringing snow across the Baltimore region - the perfect condition for some competition. → Read More

Baltimore Refugee Service Writes 20K Letters To Immigrants In Detention This Holiday Season

The Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) is writing a record setting 20,000 letters to immigrants who are stuck in detention or separated from their loved ones this holiday season. → Read More

Supply Chain Issues Force Businesses, Shoppers To Adjust For Cyber Monday

The USPS and FedEx have a shipping deadline of December 15 for packages to arrive by Christmas Day. UPS did not set a deadline yet, but they want everyone to ship as early as possible. → Read More

Baltimore County Restaurant Spreads Holiday Cheer With Festive Cocktails & Decor

A Baltimore County restaurant has come up with a festive way to serve its customers while also giving back to the community during the season of giving. → Read More

The Liberty Grace Church Aims To Unify The Community

A better Baltimore is the goal of everyone at Liberty Grace Church Sunday. → Read More

On Crash Responder Safety Week, MDOT Worker Recounts Being Hit By A Car Four Times

Every day Steven Stinchcomb goes to work as an emergency response technician, he knows he’s risking his life. Stinchcomb has been hit by a car four times in his career. → Read More

City Dock Business Owners Recover From Friday’s Flood Damage – CBS Baltimore

City Dock is a place where people treat it as a day of leisure as they feed the ducks just to relax. But Friday, it was underwater. → Read More

Pumpkins Are The Latest Affected By The Supply Chain Shortage

A month into Autumn and the pumpkin prices have yet to “fall” thanks to a shortage nationwide. → Read More

Amtrak & Maryland’s Leaders Break Ground On Penn Station Transformation – CBS Baltimore

Officials and Amtrak representatives broke ground Friday on an ambitious redevelopment project that aims to modernize Baltimore Penn Station. → Read More

Stranded Travelers Fed Up With Southwest Airlines Cancellations

The frustrations continued Monday for Southwest Airlines travelers stranded by cancellations at BWI and airports across the country. → Read More

Howard County Home To New Koreatown, One Of The First In The Country

With the cut of the ribbon, the plan to expand diversity in Maryland has been realized. Koreatown has officially made it to our state making it one of the very few in the country. → Read More

‘I Do It For Our Students,’ Maryland Teacher Of The Year Brianna Ross Says – CBS Baltimore

As molders of young minds, teachers have arguably the most important job of all. That fact isn't lost on Brianna Ross, Maryland's Teacher of the Year. → Read More

Ravens Fans Turn Up For Purple Friday Ahead Of Denver Game

After Sunday's stunner in Detroit, the Baltimore Ravens (2-1) are back on the road this weekend, this time in the Mile High City. → Read More

Baltimore Hunger Project Partners With Papa Johns To Help Food-Insecure Children Across City

September is hunger action month and as kids head back to school, a local organization is working to close the gap while using a figure larger than life. → Read More

Baltimore County Woman Is Brought Back To Life After A Medical Miracle

A Baltimore County woman is calling it a medical miracle after being brought back to life. → Read More

Community, Colleagues Mourn Fallen Firefighter Joshua Laird

IJAMSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — “Tell my family I love them.” Those were Fire Capt. Joshua Laird’s last words before he died of injuries suffered in a devastating house fire in Frederick County on Wednesday. He served his community for 21 years. READ MORE: Frederick County Fire Department Announces Ways To Help Family Of Fallen Firefighter Joshua Laird The burning 5,300-square foot home still carries… → Read More

TSA Reminding Travelers Of What Not To Bring Through Security

There's a growing number of people trying to bring through items at BWI that are banned. Even though the TSA is making adjustments during the pandemic, they want to let you know of the do's and don'ts of traveling. → Read More

Baltimore City Teacher Wins CIA Contest To Upgrade School Technology

What teacher Jenna Porter thought was a meeting with the principal turned out to be the biggest surprise she's ever had. → Read More

Charity Opens Pigtown Restaurant, Offers Free Culinary Training To Residents

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There’s a brand new flavor in Pigtown. The charity Paul’s Place has opened a state-of-the-art, 14,000-square foot facility called Groundwork Kitchen that houses both a restaurant and a free, 12-week culinary arts program for adults 18 to 80. “They’ll have the chance to learn back of the house culinary skills, ServSafe certification […] → Read More