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December 7, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Paul Sarbanes, Longtime U.S. Senator From Maryland Who Championed Protection Of Chesapeake Bay, Dies At 87:

‘Still Just Getting Started:’ Baltimore County Executive Olszewski Reflects On First Half Of His Term:

Maryland Lawmakers Announce More Than $8M To Support Community Health Centers:

Ports America Chesapeake To Spend $166 Million On Improvements To Baltimore’s Seagirt Marine Terminal:

Jobless Marylanders Could Find Success In Manufacturing, Experts Say:

As Hospitals Reach Capacity, Maryland Launches Central System To Find Available Beds:

‘A Lost Generation’: Surge Of Research Reveals Students Sliding Backward, Most Vulnerable Worst Affected:

How Maryland Public Schools Have Responded To COVID-19 Pandemic:

Community Colleges In D.C. Area And Beyond Are Contending With An Enrollment Crisis:

Multiple Challenges Await as Scott Prepares to Assume ‘Thankless Job’:

Advocates Warn of Looming Homeless Crisis:

Republican Member of State Elections Board Resigns:

Take a Seat! House Lottery Picks ‘Chamber Annex’ Members for Socially Distant 2021 Session:

Maryland Board of Public Works – December 16, 2020 Agenda:

Frederick Council Re-Elects Keegan-Ayer as President, Blue as Vice President:

Dodd, Holloway Chosen to Lead Wicomico Council:

Tara Jackson Named New Prince George’s CAO:

Federal News

Biden’s ambassador to the GOP:

Biden’s 100-day mask plan ‘a good idea,’ Trump’s vaccine chief says:

Biden selects Becerra to lead Health and Human Services:

Special session over Georgia election would ‘nullify the will of the people,’ secretary of State says:

Biden announces health team:

Azar: Vaccine will be available to all by mid-2021:

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