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» MTA suspends all Express BusLink routes beginning Monday to help slow the spread of coronavirus
The Maryland Transit Administration announced Thursday that it’s eliminating all nine Express BusLink routes plus two LocalLink routes next week as concerns for stopping the spread of coronavirus continue to rise.
» Carroll County sees 27 more coronavirus cases, 21 linked to elder care facilities
The Carroll County Health Department Thursday afternoon announced nine additional cases COVID-19 in the county, bringing the total confirmed cases to 129. They also announced six recoveries in people who had been in isolation.
» Police: Man dies in Northwest Baltimore shooting Thursday
Baltimore Police said a man died Thursday in a shooting on Reisterstown Road in the Towanda-Grantley neighborhood of Northwest Baltimore.
» Lawmakers urge Gov. Hogan to close Maryland’s gun shops during coronavirus emergency that’s shut down other stores
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is getting pressure to close down the state’s gun stores, which have been allowed to remain open during the coronavirus pandemic when most other retailers have had to shut their doors.
» Maryland election board reverses course on mail-only June primary, recommends limited in-person voting
Yielding to pressure from voting rights advocates, the Maryland Board of Elections reversed itself Thursday, recommending the state offer at least one in-person voting center in each county for the June 2 primary in spite of concerns about the new coronavirus outbreak.

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» Ravens’ Willie Snead IV donates $15,000 to Baltimore’s coronavirus relief efforts
The donation will help the Y in Central Maryland provide 40-pound boxes of nonperishable foods to 750 families in the city.
» Ravens QB Lamar Jackson’s workout partners: Marquise Brown, Jerry Jeudy — and Antonio Brown
Antonio Brown, 31, a free agent, missed most of last season after ugly departures from Oakland and New England.
» Ravens' Chuck Clark is happy with offseason upgrades | VIDEO
“So it looks like we’re working to stop the run up front," said Ravens safety Chuck Clark.
» Ravens film study: How Calais Campbell and Derek Wolfe can bring ‘sack city’ to a middling pass rush
Campbell and Wolfe bring an added dimension to the Ravens' defensive line, and a more diverse pass rush should produce a more effective pass rush.
» 2020 NFL draft: The best landing spots for the top offensive players
Instead of a mock draft, The Baltimore Sun is taking a look at which offensive prospects are the best fits for teams looking to upgrade at the skill positions.

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» Gaithersburg man kills estranged wife and neighbor in Mount Airy, then himself during standoff, police say
Two people were killed in a shooting in Mount Airy on Thursday afternoon, and the shooter is dead as well, police have confirmed.
» Carroll County sees 27 more coronavirus cases, 21 linked to elder care facilities
The Carroll County Health Department Thursday afternoon announced nine additional cases COVID-19 in the county, bringing the total confirmed cases to 129. They also announced six recoveries in people who had been in isolation.
» Mount Airy shooting
Two people were fatally shot in the 7900 block of Bennett Branch Road in Mount Airy on Thursday, April 2, 2020. According to Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees, two people were killed in the shooting and the alleged shooter later killed himself after a brief standoff with police in Montgomery County.
» Carroll County Public Schools will not administer state standardized tests due to coronavirus
Carroll County Public Schools will not administer state assessments for math, language arts, science, social studies or alternative assessments. They will also not administer the climate survey which accompanied state testing for the first time last year.
» Carroll County commissioners delay tax sale, approve grant program for small businesses hurt amid coronavirus
Carroll County’s commissioners voted this week to approve postponing the annual tax sale and freezing penalties to ease the financial hardship some have experienced as the coronavirus has spread.

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