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Hogan Eases Indoor Dining Restrictions, But Some Local Leaders Will Hold Back

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Gov. Larry Hogan.

Gov. Larry Hogan will allow restaurants to expand indoor dining capacities to 75%  at 5:00 p.m. Monday. The governor is encouraging residents to partake in Maryland’s first statewide Restaurant Week, despite concerns over COVID-19 spread throughout the state.

Trash piles up as Baltimore DPW faces coronavirus challenges

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Trash cans and recycling bins sit in an alleyway in Baltimore. Photo credit: Emily Sullivan/WYPR

Baltimore City Department of Public Works officials told city council members Tuesday that more than a third of their trash and recycling crews didn’t work in August because of the coronavirus pandemic, allowing some neighborhoods to go weeks without pick-ups.

Where To Drop Off A Ballot, Vote Early Or Vote On Election Day In Baltimore

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Dunbar High School
Paul Laurence Dunbar High School. The high school will host a voting center on Election Day and a ballot drop box site to be opened by late September.

The Maryland Board of Elections approved Baltimore City’s early voting and Election Day voting centers during a Friday meeting.

Early voters can cast a ballot at eight early voting centers, which will open Oct. 26 through Nov 2. Those casting a ballot on Election Day will have 24 election day voting centers to choose from; early voting centers will also host voters on Election Day.

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