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The theme for Juneteenth is resilience in Baltimore

Saturday, June 19, Juneteenth, commemorates African American freedom. It is an official state holiday that is celebrated all across the country. Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. After what the black community has endured in just the last year, they feel the importance of celebrating together now more than ever.
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Maryland’s Covid-19 case rate and hospitalizations are down while vaccinations are on the rise

As of June, half of Marylanders are fully vaccinated, hospitalizations are the lowest since March 2020, and the state is reporting the second lowest case rate in the nation. According to the Maryland Department of Health, over 3 million Marylanders are fully vaccinated, with over 70 percent of adults having received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
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Maryland's Best Ice Cream Trail kicks off for summer

Maryland’s Best Ice Cream Trail is back again for the 2021 season and the state’s ten on-farm creameries are ready to serve up their unique farm to table ice cream. Now in its ninth year, the trail is the Maryland Department of Agriculture’s way of promoting the state’s dairy farm industry. For a creamery to get on the trail it has to serve ice cream directly to customers on the farm.
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Why crab meat is so expensive in Maryland right now

Local Marylanders may not be happy the next time they go to order crab cakes. Many are finding the prices are higher or they aren’t even available. Crab cakes are just as popular or a close second to the well-known steamed hard shell blue crabs, and lately restaurants have had a hard time keeping up with rising prices to serve them.
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Baltimore County Library to reopen next week

(BALTIMORE) When businesses closed their doors last year due to the pandemic, many started to rely on curbside pickup and delivery services to serve their customers. That's when Sonia Alcantara-Antoine, director of the Baltimore County Public Library, realized it was time for them to do the same.