Shanteari Weems made headlines after she shot her husband for allegedly molesting children at her daycare. Many on social media came to her defense and called for her immediate release after learning of the abuse. Now, as more details begin to emerge, a tentative trial date has been set for her. https://www.instagram.com/p/CgbzpdKrPyF/ According to reports from […]

  It’s vacation season and we all deserve a break and now, might be your chance! Frontier Airlines announced Tuesday that they will be offering nonstop daily services between Baltimore and Las Vegas! The airline is offering tickets for as low as $89. Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests And […]

  Heads up, parents! Baltimore County Public Schools announced that they will no longer be providing free meals to all students. The district said healthy meals will continue to be offered, by Congress did not extend the program implemented by the U.S. Department of Agriculture that allowed for all students to receive free breakfast and […]

  It’s that time of the year again! The school year is quickly approaching and it’s time to start shopping. Maryland’s tax-free week is returning on Aug. 14- 20 and Comptroller Peter Franchot is encouraging Marylanders to take advantage. “August’s temperatures are sizzling, and so are the savings during Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week,” Franchot said. […]

A family is pleading for help after an Amazon driver was carjacked and run over in Baltimore early Saturday morning. According to reports from CBS Baltimore, the single mom was delivering packages for Amazon around 4 a.m. Saturday. The family says she does it as part of her second job. While she was attempting to […]

As a reminder, the grace period ends on November 30 and any unpaid EZ Pass tolls must be resolved by then.

With nearly 3,500 confirmed cases of monkeypox throughout the U.S. and 87 of those in Maryland, Baltimore City officials are set to discuss the ongoing response. 

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  A little over a week ago, Marylanders across the state went out to vote in what many are saying will be the most impactful election for our state in recent years. Because more people opted for mail-in ballots, results were delayed for a few days. However, we can now call the projected winners for […]