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Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Stetson:

School police hold supply giveaway at Baltimore's Moravia Park Elementary/Middle School

Dozens of Baltimore City students received free school supplies on Friday just before the start of the school year. → Read More

'Destroy them wherever you find them': Spotted lanternfly population spreading across Md.

Why is it a problem? Spotted lanternflies suck sap from trees and plants, taking energy away from them, and they have the potential to devastate vineyards, orchards and nurseries. → Read More

Baltimore hits 200 homicide milestone as city violence increases in 2022

A spate of deadly shootings overnight increases the total number of homicides in Baltimore this year to over 200. → Read More

Body found at Quarry Lake in Pikesville, police say

Baltimore County police are investigating after a body was found Thursday afternoon in Quarry Lake in Pikesville, authorities said. → Read More

CDC Approves COVID-19 Vaccines For Children Under 5

The first COVID-19 vaccines for children under the age of five will soon be administered in Maryland and across the country. → Read More

Two Teenagers Shot, One Killed, At Inner Harbor During Memorial Day Weekend, Police Say

Two teenagers were shot in downtown Baltimore—one of them fatally—near the harbor on Saturday, according to authorities. → Read More

Baltimore Duo Beatbox Dads Performing At JCC Block Party This Weekend

Two Baltimore fathers on a mission to entertain and educate children through beatbox performances are performing this Sunday at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore’s Annual Community Block Party. → Read More

Baltimore Leadership School For Young Women Celebrates 100% College Acceptance Rate Streak

The school has had a 100% college acceptance for seven years in a row. → Read More

Tick That Causes Red Meat Allergy Becoming More Common In Maryland

A tick that can make people allergic to red meat called the lone star tick is becoming more common in Maryland. → Read More

Baltimore-Area Students Learn How To Lead, Serve Others Through Ravens’ Leadership Institute

The students, who were selected by their schools, participated in six sessions since the beginning of the school year to develop leadership qualities by engaging with the community, working on a service project and listening to discussions with former Ravens and entrepreneurs. → Read More

Kennedy Krieger Institute’s ROAR for Kids 5K To Be Held in Cockeysville This Weekend

The run and walk event will be held in person for the first time since the start of the pandemic at Oregon Ridge Park from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. → Read More

Man Killed During Shooting Involving Harford County Deputies, Sheriff Says

A Harford County Sheriff’s Deputy has been involved in a shooting, according to authorities. → Read More

Community Cleans Up Middle Branch Park with Blue Water Baltimore for Earth Day

Dozens of volunteers from companies like Amazon and BGE came out for the event. → Read More

Maryland’s Gas-Tax Holiday Ends And Budget-Scrimping Plans Begin – CBS Baltimore

Gas prices in Maryland are set to surge above $4 per gallon tomorrow after Maryland’s gas-tax holiday expires. → Read More

Bunny Bonanzoo Returns to Maryland Zoo for Easter Weekend

The spring celebration features all-day egg hunts, crafts, games, live entertainment, visits from the Easter Bunny and plenty of chocolate. → Read More

Park Honoring Fallen Firefighter Racheal Wilson Opens In West Baltimore

A new park in West Baltimore that honors one of the city's fallen heroes opened Thursday after years of planning. → Read More

Amazon Employee Breaks Barriers To Become Learning Ambassador

Eduardo Tejeda had a simple goal when he came to work for Amazon in 2020. → Read More

Southwest Baltimore Residents Distressed Over Child Who Died In Fire

The Baltimore City Fire Department is continuing to investigate a fatal fire that left a child dead in Southwest Baltimore on Friday evening. → Read More

HBCU Sports Series Exposes Children To Joys Of Baseball

Major League Baseball’s HBCU ‘PLAY BALL’ Series helps ensure that all boys and girls have the chance to enjoy America’s pastime. → Read More

Maryland Soldier Surprises Son With Reunion At Severn Elementary

There was more than lunch waiting in the cafeteria Friday for one Severn Elementary School student. → Read More