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Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Sean:

Baltimore braces for influx of abortion assistance requests in wake of Roe v Wade ruling

It has been two months since Roe v Wade was overturned and shockwaves are still rippling across the country. → Read More

Harford County's Snowball Trail highlights 17 local stands

This year's trail​ features 17 stops across the county. → Read More

2 found shot multiple times at Middle River intersection, police say

Two people were found shot Tuesday morning at an intersection in Middle River, authorities said. → Read More

Tourists Pour Onto Ocean City Boardwalk Despite Gloomy Weather To Kick Off Summer

The sights and sounds of summer are starting to fill the air in Ocean City, Maryland, and visitors are ready for the unofficial start of summer: Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

Striking Pair: Pastor & Rabbi Team Up To Bring Community Together With Duckpin Bowling

It’s not what you would expect to see in the basement of a 100-year-old church: A Duckpin bowling alley retrofitted with the latest in bowling technology. → Read More

Baltimore’s Fallen Firefighters Get An Earth Day Tree – CBS Baltimore

Mayor Brandon Scott said on Saturday that he was filled with joy after watching the community come together to celebrate the lives of three Baltimore firefighters who died while battling a house fire in January. → Read More

Families Across Baltimore Celebrated Easter Sunday Sans COVID Restrictions

People filled churches for Easter Service—and this year something was different. → Read More

Runners Race To Raise Funds For Injured And Fallen First Responders

Runners lined up in Towson on Saturday to honor Maryland’s fallen first responders. → Read More

Swim Safety Program Aims To Reduce Water Dangers

Temperatures are rising, which means it won’t be long before pools start opening for the summer. → Read More

Kindred Connection: Two Women Embark On Journey Of Racial Reconciliation

Dr. Betty Kilby Baldwin and Phoebe Kilby are on a journey, traveling through Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia for speaking engagements to help heal a divided nation. → Read More

Baltimore Library Gives Out Free Chromebooks, Closes Digital Divide

Some families in Baltimore received free Chromebooks from the Orleans Street branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library on Saturday. → Read More

Maryland Zoo Closes Aviaries, Moves Birds Indoors To Head Off Avian Flu

Stop by the Maryland Zoo sometime soon and you'll likely notice a conspicuous change: some of the birds are missing from their habitats. → Read More

Amazon Operations Manager Combines Work With Community Development

One woman has worked her way up at Amazon while running a nonprofit organization. → Read More

Curtis Bay Paintball Battle Raises Money For Families Of Veterans

Paintballs were sent flying across the P3 paintball fields in Curtis Bay Saturday for good fun and a good cause. → Read More

Zero-Proof Cocktails Creating A Buzz At Topside Baltimore

It’s happy hour at Topside in Baltimore with drinks flowing as freely as the conversation, but the beverages being served at this rooftop establishment are missing one seemingly key ingredient: alcohol. → Read More

1 Arrested After Pikesville High Students Get Sick From Eating ‘Laced’ Food Item – CBS Baltimore

A Pikesville High School student was arrested after three others got sick from eating something laced with an unknown substance. → Read More

Confederate ‘Talbot Boys’ Statue Removed From Courthouse For Relocation – CBS Baltimore

The Talbot County Council voted last September, exactly six months ago, to take down the monument. → Read More

Maryland Army National Guard And Estonian Soldiers Finish Four-Day Competition

The Maryland Army National Guard Best Warrior Competition wrapped up today with an awards ceremony. → Read More

Winter Weather Woes: Maryland Sees Wind Gusts And Snow

Most of Maryland woke up to a mix of winter weather on Saturday. → Read More

Small Business Administration Reps Tour ‘Made In BMore’ Clothing Factory – CBS Baltimore

A day after President Biden delivered his State of the Union address, Small Business Administration representatives paid a visit to Baltimore to tour the Made in BMore Clothing factory. → Read More