Firefighters battled a blaze that ripped through a vacant home in west Baltimore early Sunday morning, the city's fire department said.

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Maryland Board Of Elections Approves Early Voting Dates For 2020 General ElectionThe Maryland Board of Elections has approved a plan to allow early in-person voting for eight days prior to the general election on November 3.
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Teens Who Vape More Likely To Have Severe Coronavirus Symptoms, Study SaysWhile young people are not necessarily the most vulnerable to COVID-19, studies show young people do vape more and that makes them at risk.
57 Years After Maryland's First Amusement Park Desegregates, Discussion Looks Back On MilestoneNearly six decades after Gwynn Oak Park became Maryland's first amusement park to desegregate, a virtual discussion dove into the movement's history and its parallels with modern times.
Hundreds Of Cyclists Are Turning Out In Canton To Bike Ride To Stay Active During COVID-19 PandemicTwice a month, hundreds of cyclists turn out in Canton for a Friday night bike ride.
Saturdays In September Proclaimed 'Buy Maryland Seafood Days'Gov. Larry Hogan is encouraging Marylanders to buy local seafood during the month of September, proclaiming Saturdays throughout the month "Buy Maryland Seafood Days."
Hazmat Situation Caused By Moisture-Absorbing Materials; Deputy OKHazmat crews investigated the source of a strange odor after two EMS providers and a Harford County Sheriff's Deputy reported feeling ill after responding to a unattended death call in Forest Hill on Tuesday night.
Free Masks Will Be Given Out At Pimlico Race Course COVID-19 Testing Site On ThursdayIf you head to the Pimlico Race Course COVID-19 testing site on Thursday, you can get not just a test but a free mask as well.
Capital Gazette Closing Annapolis NewsroomThe Capital Gazette is closing its Annapolis office permanently in light of the coronavirus pandemic, a spokesperson from Tribune Publishing said Wednesday.
Investigation Into Baltimore Explosion Will Likely Take MonthsAs crews continue to clear rubble from the scene of the Baltimore explosion, investigators are still trying to determine what caused the blast.
Former Maryland Hospital Worker Charged With Sex Assault Of Unconscious PatientA former Maryland hospital worker has been charged with sexually assaulting an unconscious patient. Katie Johnston reports.

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