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Julius White

Baltimore City police say a woman who was killed while helping a panhandler was actually murdered in a staged attack by her husband and stepdaughter.  Mayor Catherine Pugh released a statement saying the family of Jacquelyn Smith was arrested for her death. 

Baltimore County Hereford Zone

Opening 2 hours late; No AM PRE-K FOR HEREFORD ZONE

Carroll Co. Public Schools

Opening 2 hours late

City of Baltimore

Online application period ends Friday, March 1 for 14-21-year-old Baltimore City residents interested in employment through the popular summer jobs program


Baltimore City’s wintry weather isn’t distracting its young people from thinking ahead to the summer and making a strong statement that they want to work. More than 14,000 city residents between the ages of 14 and 21 have applied online at youthworks.oedworks.com since the portal opened on January 2, 2019. Over 1,700 applied within the first 24 hours, and more than 6,000 did so within the first week.


A new teen policy is being implemented at The Avenue at White Marsh. Any child that is 12 and under must be accompanied at all times by a parent or guardian 21 years of age. After 9:00 p.m. parents must also accompany visitors under the age of 17. Teens who violate the new policy will face a three month ban from the shopping center.