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The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we do most things. Should it change Halloween in Maryland, too? Take Patch's survey on trick-or-treating during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Howard County Department of Corrections has begun only holding ICE detainees at the Howard County Detention Center who have been convicted of murder, manslaughter, rape, robbery and more serious assaults and sexual offenses.
A Bowie mother of two used to lead a group of 28 women in the Moms Offering Moms Support Club, more commonly known as the MOMS Club. But the nonprofit's neutral stance amid ongoing racial tensions prompted many chapters, including Bowie's, to disband.
It's official: Garden of Lights is canceled. The annual outdoor light display and garden railway exhibit at Brookside Gardens in Montgomery County attracts thousands of families a year.
State Education Board Members Disagree Over Whether It's Time For Students To Return To School Buildings
State Board of Education members disagreed Monday about whether schools should reopen, even as some parents, eager for a return to classrooms, are "crying out for help" from the state panel because they feel they aren't being heard locally, a board member said.
Pumpkin Patches Open, Closed In Maryland
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