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Published on May 18, 2020
Top Baltimore news: City remains under stay-at-home order; ballots mailed for June primary; morePhoto: Sue/Flickr

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Baltimore.

Governor announces reopenings, but stay-at-home order remains in Baltimore 

While the governor lifted Maryland's stay-at-home order across the state, the city of Baltimore remains under a stay-at-home order until further notice.

Read the full story on Patch.com.

Baltimore City ballots in the mail 

Responding to complaints that residents had not received ballots for the June 2 primary election, the Maryland State Board of Elections said Sunday night that ballots to city residents were mailed Thursday and Friday, and voters should receive them by the end of this week.

Read the full story on WBAL.

Baltimore County police shoot 2 in Essex

Two people were shot by Baltimore County police after they were called to a crowded parking lot in Essex Saturday night, officials said.

Read the full story on Baltimore Sun.

Woman, man injured in separate shootings 

A woman was shot in the head in west Baltimore on Sunday morning, police said, and in a separate incident earlier in the morning, a man suffered a gunshot wound to his right knee.

Read the full story on CBS Baltimore.


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