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May 11, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Baltimore Tech Entrepreneur Joining Democratic Race for Governor:

What the Johnny O and Trone Decisions Tell Us — And What They Don’t:

Del. Pat Young says he will run for open Baltimore County Council seat:

FCC commissioner blasts call from Mosby’s office for investigation of WBFF:

More Than $350B in Federal Recovery Cash Starts Rolling Out; $6B Headed to Md.:

Maryland NAACP Leader Blasts Gov. Hogan’s Posthumous Pardons Of Lynching Victims As ‘Political Posturing’:

Annapolis City Council approve pay increase of $4,600 by 2025 for next members, city unveils live testimony system:

Baltimore Water Treatment Plant Upgrade Expected to Dramatically Reduce Sewage Overflows:

Baltimore County Sets Up New Department of Housing and Community Development:

Local Leaders Join Call For Temporary Statewide Eviction Moratorium:

Dems Nominate Baltimore Attorney to State Board of Elections:

Federal News

Biden reaches agreements with Uber and Lyft to give free rides to vaccine sites:

Biden officials green-light nation’s first big offshore wind project:

Pipeline hack spotlights cyber risks to energy systems:

TikTok launching jobs service for Gen Z:

Jerusalem crisis escalates after Hamas and Israel trade rocket fire:


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