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Time magazine on Tuesday recognized journalists, including the slain Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi, as its 2018 Person of the Year in what it said was an effort to emphasize the importance of reporters' work in an increasingly hostile world.

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The University of Maryland's journalism school on Tuesday dedicated a memorial to the five Capital Gazette employees shot and killed in an attack on the Annapolis newspaper's office.

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Close to 2,000 walkers braved chilly weather Nov. 10 at Canton Waterfront Park to participate in The Greater Baltimore Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The participants walked the 3-mile and 1.5-mile courses to help raise money for the Greater Maryland Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. The walk was the last of six walks held throughout the ...

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The University of Maryland, College Park, says its dorms will be thoroughly disinfected to fight an adenovirus outbreak that has killed one student and sickened at least 30 people.

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A group of aquariums, including Baltimore's National Aquarium, says it's opposed to seismic blasting along the East Coast as part of efforts to extract offshore oil and gas. The six aquariums are all on the East Coast, and they say they oppose the recent affirmation of sound blasting from Delaware to Florida by the National ...

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Maryland legislators in the 2019 General Assembly session will consider several measures aimed at reducing health care costs and protecting the Affordable Care Act in Maryland, but it appears unlikely they will focus on a long-term plan to stabilize the state’s individual insurance market. Lawmakers will consider a state-level individual mandate, ensuring health insurance for ...

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The number of open jobs rose in October to the second-highest on record, evidence that U.S. employers remain determined to hire despite ongoing trade disputes and rocky financial markets. The Labor Department said Monday that the number of job openings increased 1.7 percent to a seasonally adjusted 7.1 million. That is not far from the ...

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State Employees Credit Union of Maryland, the state’s largest credit union, wants to become one-stop shopping for all of its members' financial needs, part of a push to expand business services and wealth management to its offerings, said David Sweiderk, the credit union’s president and CEO. Sweiderk wants to make the credit union more relevant ...

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City officials and partners celebrated the 5,000th pair of glasses provided through the Vision for Baltimore program to Baltimore City Public Schools students. Launched in May 2016, Vision for Baltimore is a partnership that includes the Baltimore City Health Department, Baltimore City Public Schools, Johns Hopkins University, nonprofit provider Vision To Learn, and lifestyle brand ......

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Maryland's medical marijuana industry brought in $96.3 million during its first year of operation.

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