Online Learning Issues, $2M Ticket, Dementia Case: News Nearby

Here are some of the share-worthy stories from Maryland Patches to talk about tonight:

  • $101M Revenue Loss: Schools Brace For Possible FY22 Budget Cuts

  • Drug Bust At Pasadena Royal Farms Seizes Cocaine: Police

  • Maryland Awards $10M In Grants To 16 Community Colleges

Crofton Mom Shares Family’s Virtual Learning Experience

A hug. A smile. A high five. These are just three of many things students learning from home really miss. Elizabeth Fine of Crofton shared her family’s experience with virtual learning.

Former MD Politician Shares Dementia Diagnosis

The former mayor of Havre de Grace has been diagnosed with dementia. David Craig, also a former Harford County executive, went public with his condition to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s and call for more research funding.

Royal Farms Sells $2 Million Lottery Ticket

Someone who purchased a lottery ticket in Perry Hall is $2 million richer.

Halloween In MD: Avoid Risky Trick-Or-Treating, CDC Urges

Traditional trick-or-treating, plus haunted house visits and other typical Halloween fun, should be avoided this year to halt the spread of the coronavirus, say state and federal health officials.

General Assembly Could See First Black Republican Woman

Educator Brenda Thiam was nominated to fill a vacancy in the House of Delegates, and if appointed by the governor she will become the first Black Republican woman to serve in the General Assembly.

This MD Community Is Among Money’s Best Places To Live In 2020

One Maryland community No. 5 on a list of the 50 best places in the United States to live, according to a new ranking by Money magazine.

Coronavirus Restrictions Ease, New Metrics

  • Eateries Can’t Expand Seating, But All County Businesses Can Open

  • Face-To-Face Classes Open Up For Select HCPSS Students

  • Record Low In Key Coronavirus Metric Achieved By Prince George’s

  • Montgomery County Surpasses 800 COVID-19 Deaths

  • Annapolis Mayor Encourages Shopping Local As Businesses Recover

  • MoCo Lifts Limits On Religious Gatherings, But Not Indoor Dining

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Also Worth a Look Today

  • Voter Registration Day 2020 In Maryland: 5 Things To Know

  • Warrior Canine Connection Names Future Service Dog After Maryland Senator

  • Latinx ‘Promotores’ Program Leads The Way For Environmental Action In Prince George’s County

  • Survey: Maryland Ranked No. 8 In Union Strength

  • Senate Republicans, ACLU Knock Proposed Police Reform Legislation

  • Police Crack Down On Illegal Racing, Aggressive Driving

  • Hammond Middle School Instructor Receives National Award

  • Air Bags Stolen From Cars Parked At Arundel Mills: Police

  • HCPS In-Person Learning Plans Come Into Focus

  • Man Found On Joppa Road Has Been IDed: Police

  • Woman Missing From Harford Memorial Hospital: Police

  • Struggling Child Care Providers Now Have Help Keeping Doors Open

Across America

  • Obesity, On The Rise Nationally, Makes Coronavirus Worse: CDC

  • When Is The Best Time To Start Claiming Social Security Benefits?

  • Coronavirus Claims 200,000 U.S. Lives: BLOG

  • Romney OKs Vote On Trump Supreme Court Nominee, All But Assuring Approval

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