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Nine-Year-Old ‘Little Big Shot” Tyler Stalling Serving Those Who Have Served Our Country

This is Part 1 of a 2-Part Series on nine- year-old Tyler Stallings. Part 2 of this series will be published next week.

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Black engineer launches simple cleaning product

Houston— Engineer and entrepreneur Devon Fanfair has proudly launched his sanitizing product, Just Wipes to help consumers “Live Life Clean.” A serial entrepreneur, Fanfair is also the co- founder of the Venture Capital & Private Equity firm, Devland and has a decade’s worth of experience in technology and startups.

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Rambling Rose Positive Things about Positive People

Hello everyone, I pray that you are healthy and safe. These days are so hard to write about positive things with so much negativity going on. I do not write about politics or crimes as you know and with the COVID-19 going on, I am try- ing very hard to put a smile on your face by talking about positive things.

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Weathered Ravens ready for playoff push

The old saying, “Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” applies perfectly to this year’s Baltimore Ravens.

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Five leadership traits of the founding fathers that can unify America

News & Experts— With the COVID-19 pandemic worsening, the economy faltering, and protests against racial injustice continuing, millions of Americans face difficult times and worry about the nation’s future.

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Black owned burger joint ‘Noisy Burger’ brings sauce to Remington permanently

Noisy Burger first made its debut at R House, a trendy food hall in the Remington neighborhood in 2017.

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Martin Luther King Jr Day: Nine things you might not know about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Well respected, honored and appreci- ated for his civil rights activism, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. rightfully earned his place as one of the most influential figures in American and world history. Through his religious teachings and so- cial activism, Dr. King played a key role in the American Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s.

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The Art of Activism: The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

This weekend: Four days of virtual events feature arts and activism programming in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Feature: The Baltimore Legacy Builders Collective ‘Baltimore Uprisings: Have Things Changed or Remained the Same?’

Three nonprofits join forces to encourage and empower city youth

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Baltimore social worker pens book to draw attention to pandemic of child sex abuse

“Body Safety Zones Activity and Coloring Book” is a publication that Baltimore-based social worker and therapeutic consultant Terri Johnson has long wanted to publish.

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Georgia farmers create 40 acre portrait of John Lewis in last minute call to vote

Atlanta— In a stunning poetic short, John Lewis’s words about our planet united with the imagery of his crop art portrait drawn into 40 acres of Georgia farmland.

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Warnock, Ossoff win Georgia Senate runoffs

Just ahead of the Senate Runoff Election, President-elect Joe Biden went to Georgia and rallied voters by demanding, “Send me these two men!”

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Governor Hogan and Maryland Health Benefit Exchange announce new special enrollment period

Baltimore— Gov. Larry Hogan announced a new special enrollment period in which all uninsured Maryland residents have the opportunity to enroll in health coverage now due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the recent rise in the positivity rate throughout the state. The enrollment period begins immediately and will run until March 15, 2021.

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At-risk populations need to be priority beyond vaccine

“If ICER’s valuation methods continue to gain clout, vulnerable groups may find that the medication upon which they once relied is no longer covered by insurance. Meanwhile, the prospect of advancing innovative new treatments that benefit Americans with chronic illnesses, disabilities, and mental illness will become bleaker.”

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Local Baltimore organizations provide handicap accessible van to police Sgt. Isaac Carrington

Baltimore— Following a shooting out- side his home in August 2019, Sgt. Isaac Carrington, then a 22-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department, spent weeks at Shock Trauma recovering.

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Ravens aren’t looking to ‘Remember the Titans’

Making the playoffs was the first goal for the Baltimore Ravens. It took a five- game winning streak, but here they are after finishing with an 11-5 record.

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Best Friends Animal Society offers top five ways pets can make our 2021 New Year’s resolutions stick

It’s that time of year again when many of us start making New Year’s resolutions. After a tumultuous 2020, it may be more imperative than ever to strive for physical, mental, and emotional balance.

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Thirteen Local Civil and Human Rights Activists to be Honored First Virtual MLK Jr. Awards Program Friday, Jan. 15, at 6 p.m.

Annapolis— The 33rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Awards Program will air virtually on Friday, January 15, 2021 at 6 p.m. The program will conclude with a viewing of the award-winning short film, “The Dream Revisited: Civil Rights In Perspective,” followed by a virtual discussion of local leaders and activists, “Is Dr. King’s dream being nurtured in Anne Arundel County today?” The largest celebration of Dr. King’s birthday in Anne Arundel, this will be the first year the event will be held virtually via cable and social media. The U.S. Naval Academy Gospel Choir will perform during the program.

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Former NBA Star Junior Bridgeman Purchases EBONY Magazine

According to the Michigan Chronicle, Bridgeman, who played for the Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Clippers, was once featured on a 2016 Forbes top-paid athletes list. He is the CEO of a Coca-Cola bottling company and part-owner of Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited. The former athlete attempted to purchase Sports Illustrated in 2018 but eventually withdrew his bid a year later.

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Boston Red Sox Hire Bianca Smith as First Black Woman Coach in Baseball History

Bianca Smith, 29, becomes the first Black woman to coach in professional baseball. She will work with the team’s infielders at the Red Sox minor league facility in Fort Meyers, Fla.

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