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$83M for Md. utilities to cover overdue gas and electric bills $83M for Md. utilities to cover overdue gas and electric bills 06/15/2021 04:12pm • Tens of millions of dollars in state funding was allocated to utility companies in Maryland to help struggling customers who fell behind on their bills during the pandemic. The Maryland Public Service Commission allocated $83 million through the RELIEF Act that Gov. Larry Hogan signed earlier thi A's manager Bob Melvin's contract option exercised for 2022 A's manager Bob Melvin's contract option exercised for 2022 06/15/2021 02:27pm • OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) When the Oakland Athletics turned to Bob Melvin midway through the 2011 season they were seeking managerial stability. Melvin provided it and more with what he has done on the field and off and the respect he has gained from his players for being fair, personable and unafrai Beckham back, Clowney on field for first time at Browns camp Beckham back, Clowney on field for first time at Browns camp 06/15/2021 02:21pm • BEREA, Ohio (AP) Jadeveon Clowney finally introduced himself to new teammates. Odell Beckham Jr. looked further along in his speedy recovery following reconstructive knee surgery. Coach Kevin Stefanski received another award for a 2020 season not to be forgotten. And center JC Tretter, also the Q&A: Rita Moreno on finding self-worth and never giving up Q&A: Rita Moreno on finding self-worth and never giving up 06/15/2021 02:12pm • NEW YORK (AP) Rita Moreno emigrated with her mother from Puerto Rico at age five. By six, she was dancing at Greenwich Village nightclubs. By 16, she was working full time. By 20, she was in Singin in the Rain. In the documentary Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It, Advocates continue efforts to close vaccine gap for Latino communities in Md. Advocates continue efforts to close vaccine gap for Latino communities in Md. 06/15/2021 01:46pm • Last May, the University of Marylands Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health started clinical trials to test vaccine candidates. Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines went on to show robust immune response rates, something that Elsa Vargas didnt know when she signed up for th Q&A: Rita Moreno on finding self-worth and never giving up Q&A: Rita Moreno on finding self-worth and never giving up 06/15/2021 12:59pm • NEW YORK (AP) Rita Moreno emigrated with her mother from Puerto Rico at age five. By six, she was dancing at Greenwich Village nightclubs. By 16, she was working full time. By 20, she was performing in Singin in the Rain. I cant think of anyone Ive ever met in the business who US seeks to fine Air Canada $25.5 million over slow refunds US seeks to fine Air Canada $25.5 million over slow refunds 06/15/2021 12:18pm • WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. Transportation Department said Tuesday it is seeking to fine Air Canada about $25.5 million for what it termed extreme delays in giving refunds to thousands of passengers whose flights across the U.S.-Canada border were canceled or rescheduled. The department said that s Browns' Chubb on contract: 'Cleveland's where I want to be' Browns' Chubb on contract: 'Cleveland's where I want to be' 06/15/2021 10:33am • BEREA, Ohio (AP) Nick Chubb wants to go on a long run with the Browns. Entering the final season of his rookie contract, Chubb, who has rushed for 2,561 yards over the past two seasons and become a fan favorite in Cleveland, said his agent has had talks with the team about a long-term contract e Harris announces $1.25 billion for community lenders Harris announces $1.25 billion for community lenders 06/15/2021 09:59am • WASHINGTON (AP) Vice President Kamala Harris announced Tuesday that the Biden administration is distributing $1.25 billion to hundreds of community lenders in an effort to help boost the economic recovery from the coronavirus for small businesses and disadvantaged business owners. President J Reds cool off Brewers 10-2 to earn 4th straight victory Reds cool off Brewers 10-2 to earn 4th straight victory 06/14/2021 08:41pm • MILWAUKEE (AP) At a time when the Milwaukee Brewers are playing as well as just about any team in the majors, Cincinnati Reds rookie Vladimir Gutirrez is the one guy who has their number. Gutirrez and three relievers combined on a four-hitter with 12 strikeouts to help the Reds trounce the B Best Stocks to Buy in 11 Different Sectors 06/14/2021 08:00pm • These picks are among the best stocks in each sector.2021 has been a year marked by shifting investment themes. Investors have gone into special-purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, electric vehicle stocks, economic reopening plays, cryptocurrencies and more. That's all well and good, but this m How to Come Out of Mortgage Forbearance 06/14/2021 08:00pm • Mortgage forbearance offered much-needed relief to millions of homeowners during the coronavirus pandemic, but now many borrowers are leaving the programs. The CARES Act established forbearance programs last year for federally backed mortgages, but private lenders and servicers often provided their Prince George's County's summer school programs look to address student needs Prince George's County's summer school programs look to address student needs 06/14/2021 07:15pm • The school system in Prince George's County's, Maryland, stayed in a virtual learning format longer than other jurisdictions in the rest of the state. Now, it is offering summer classes to do more than just address "learning loss." Dr. Kia McDaniel, director of curriculum and instruction for Prin Vlad Jr homers to tie it, Red Sox top Blue Jays in 9th, 2-1 Vlad Jr homers to tie it, Red Sox top Blue Jays in 9th, 2-1 06/14/2021 06:46pm • BOSTON (AP) The Toronto Blue Jays hit 15 homers in a four-game series at Fenway Park, with 11 of them sailing over the Green Monster. The Boston Red Sox only needed to bang two off it to earn a split. Rafael Devers hit a line drive off the left-field wall in the bottom of the ninth inning on Mo John Marinatto, ran Big East in time of tumult, dies at 64 John Marinatto, ran Big East in time of tumult, dies at 64 06/14/2021 01:56pm • John Marinatto, the Big East commissioner during a tumultuous period of conference realignment across college sports, has died. He was 64. Providence College, Marinatto's alma mater and the school where he began a long career in college sports, said he died Saturday. The cause was not disclosed. Ma
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