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Health Care Heroes Day on Saturday to include flyover
Maryland will light up blue, while the Blue Angels and the Thunderbirds will fly over the state in a show of support for front-line workers.
Read the full story on Patch.com.
Johns Hopkins tearing down 'Old Carnegie,' training ground for generations of biologists
Completed in 1960 with funding support from the Carnegie Institution of Washington, the structure was the longtime home of the Department of Embryology, training ground for generations of biologists and the site of numerous groundbreaking experiments and discoveries.
Read the full story on Baltimore Fishbowl.
Street vendors use horse-drawn carts to deliver donated chicken to residents
Several pounds of free frozen chicken were delivered Wednesday to residents of Baltimore's west side by street vendors who normally sell produce from horse-drawn carts.
Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.
Medical center accepting cards for patients who can't see family due to COVID-19
The University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center is finding a way to offer patients joy and compassion.
Read the full story on CBS Baltimore.
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