Here are some of the share-worthy stories from Maryland Patches to talk about tonight:
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.
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.
Someone who purchased a lottery ticket in Perry Hall is $2 million richer.
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.
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.
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
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