MARYLAND — Good news stories in the past week included two recently born eaglets can be viewed in their natural habitat, Baltimore Orioles outfielder Anthony Santander has recovered from a mild case of the coronavirus, and two sisters celebrate their birthdays by helping others. Plus, the author of "How To Be Antiracist" is a storytime guest, a Montgomery County company has been given $1.6 billion to develop a coronavirus vaccine, a second Madison Reed salon opens, and more in our roundup of good news stories from Maryland's Patch sites this week.
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Here are some of this week's good news headlines:
- Sisters Celebrate Birthdays By Helping Others
- Orioles' Santander Returns After Testing Positive For Coronavirus
- 'How To Be Antiracist' Author Is Virtual Storytime Special Guest
- Newly Born Eaglets Available To Be Viewed At Masonville Cove
- Gaithersburg Company Awarded $1.6B To Develop COVID-19 Vaccine
- Madison Reed Salon Opens Second County Location In Rockville
- Pasadena Gets New Pet Store; Company Sponsors Adoptions
- Graduating H.S. Senior Baseball Players To Be Recognized Tuesday
- 3 Ellicott City Grads Receive National Merit Scholarships
- Coronavirus Paycheck Protection Loans In Edgewater: Who Got Paid
- Coronavirus Relief Loans In Bethesda Area: Where PPP Money Went
- Uncanny: Natural Resources Police Free Raccoon From Metal Can
- Park Entrance Fees Waived Weekdays In Anne Arundel Count
- More Than 200 Businesses Receive HoCo RISE Business Relief Grants
- Annapolis Businesses Receive Nearly $1M In Coronavirus Relief
- Baltimore City Schools Offer Free Wireless Hotspots To Families
- County Pools Will Soon Require Residents To Pay An Entrance Fee
- Harford Co. Youth Livestock Show, Sale On Pace To Be Held Live
- Coronavirus Test Appointments Can Now Be Made Online In MoCo
- Harford Co. Electric Car Charging Stations Ready For Public Use
- More Summer Meals For Youth Offered At Baltimore County Libraries
- Cooling Centers Open In Baltimore City Monday Through Wednesday
- Community College Of Baltimore County Offers Free Tuition
- Shrimp, Scallop Sale Hosted By Crofton Chamber Moved To July 25
- Adorable Adoptables From Prince George's County SPCA
- Adorable Adoptable Pets Of The Week In Howard County
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