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Allstate and Tom Joyner Foundation support black colleges for 9th year

Allstate Insurance Company and the Tom Joyner Foundation have kicked off its ninth year of supporting Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and their students through the annual Quotes for Education (QFE) program. Allstate will donate up to $100,000 in scholarship funds to the Tom Joyner Foundation to assist students attending HBCUs.

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Reginald Lewis Museum brings Jacob Lawrence to Baltimore

Maryland collectors partner with RFL Museum for new exhibition

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum is excited to announce its fall 2017 exhibition Maryland Collects: Jacob Lawrence, on view from September 9, 2017 to January 9, 2018.

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Baltimore Residents Can Recycle Car Seats at Target

Between September 10 and 23, 2017, Baltimore area residents can recycle used car seats!

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It’s time for Congress to pass Hurricane Harvey Emergency Funding Package

Historically, during times of national emergency, Americans unite to meet the challenge.

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MD residents encouraged to create storm preparation kits

AdvantaClean, the nation’s leader in storm preparation and emergency storm response along with local experts in the area have put together tips on building a Hurricane Emergency Kit. Hurricane Irma’s path is unpredictable, so it’s imperative that local families get this project done now.

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St. Anne’s celebrates 325th Anniversary with special eucharist

The celebration on Sunday, September 10, 2017 culminates a year-long commemoration at St. Anne's of Annapolis

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If I Were a Parent: Teaching kids good manners

What happens when you ask a group of elementary-school kids how they would teach their children manners if they were the parents? Based on the group of kids we brought together in Atlanta, you get a number of really good ideas. So, parents, listen up!

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Blood clot risk -- and other problems -- might be tied to how tall you are

How tall you are might hold clues to your risk of various health problems, such as blood clots, according to a new study.

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Siri saves sick girl from Harvey floodwaters

Stranded outside in the rising waters of Hurricane Harvey, feverish and in great pain, 14-year-old Tyler Frank tried desperately to think of ways to get herself and her family to safety.

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Massachusetts is one of the healthiest states in the country

Massachusetts is one of the healthiest states in the country. That's according to a report published last week. It found the obesity rate is under 24% in the state.

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Teen beating the odds after motorcycle crash

A Valley teen is beating the odds after being told he would never walk again.

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Hollywood had its worst summer in 20 years. Can fall save the box office?

The last time Hollywood suffered through a summer season box office this sluggish, the top films were "Men In Black" and "The Lost World: Jurassic Park."

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Scents on a plane: Why the aviation industry is waking up to fragrance

Ever walked past the open door of a bakery, caught the scent of warm cinnamon rolls, and been transported back to your mother's kitchen?

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The brothers behind New York City's waterfront restaurant boom

Even though Manhattan is an island, it's easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of the interior of the city and forget that it is, in fact, a waterfront city.

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Pay with your face at this KFC in China

Paying for food at one KFC restaurant in China just got a lot more personal.

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Flying for Labor Day? Pack your patience after Harvey

The U.S. air travel system is heading into the holiday weekend with one arm tied behind its back, with a surge of Labor Day travelers taking to the skies while Houston's busy airports remain hobbled from Hurricane Harvey.

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Businesses donate over $141 million to Harvey relief efforts

Corporate giants are making big contributions to disaster relief organizations to help victims of Tropical Storm Harvey.

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The Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar Hosts “Back-to-School Brown Bag” Event with Specials, Giveaways on September 3

Celebrate the unofficial “last weekend of summer” with the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar’s “Back-to-School Brown Bag” event Sunday, September 3, 2017.

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Catholic Charities Graduates Seven From Workforce Progam

Catholic Charities of Baltimore and its St. Edward’s Workforce Development Center (SEWDC) automotive training program graduated seven participants from a 12-week program this month, helping to secure a future for those who may have doubted they had a chance.

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Baltimore resident won’t let cancer change her life

Cancer has had a huge effect on the life of Brina Furman.

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