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THE BUZZ! Baltimore City schools shares plan to address teacher shortage School is less than a week away here in Baltimore and school districts are still faced with some challenges. One of them being a shortage of qualified teachers. BCPS officials say they will be hiring the same amount of teachers they hire every year, […]

The Buzz! New York adult diagnosed with polio, first US case in nearly a decade Tired of these viruses yet? Covid 19, lately cases of monkey pox and now according to the New York Department of Health for the first time since 2013 someone gets diagnosed with polio. This case is a weaker strain of […]

Baltimore police officer faces federal charges on drug distribution to motorcycle club Corruption is nothing new but you hate to hear it, especially in certain fields like policing, a job that needs the trust from the community to be successful. And when stories like the Gun Trace Task Force and other police misconduct concerns are […]

Florida county under quarantine after return of invasive African land snail Quarantine is a word we are too familiar with especially over these past couple years with this pandemic. But in a town in Florida there are quarantining for a different reason not because of a covid 19 outbreak but because of a snail. Believe […]

Dave Chappelle’s Not Kidding Dave Chappelle is no stranger to the spotlight he’s been considered one of the best comedians of all time and with that comes with a lot of attention and at his level some great honors. But one of those honors though he declined to accept. Dave was in town recently at […]

Anyone can get monkeypox, but CDC warns LGBTQ community about ‘greater chance’ of exposure now So if you haven’t heard by now there have been cases of monkey pox detected in some countries and even one case has been confirmed here in the U.S. So the CDC has issued a warning concerning the spread of […]

Soon your money will be made in Maryland — literally Ok so Maryland is going to be making money, a lot. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing will be moving out of downtown D.C. and relocating to Beltsville , MD. The president and CEO of the PG County Economic Development Corporation said We’ll take great […]

TSA will not enforce Covid mask mandate on planes, public transit after court ruling, White House says For sometime now we have been under a mask mandate that required us to wear masks in certain ares such as public transportation, airplanes, etc. But things are a changing. And this comes after a federal judge in […]

Jussie Smollett has been released from jail pending an appeal of his conviction Well Empire star Jussie Smollett was sentenced to 150 days in jail and 30 months of felony probation but his time in jail wasn’t long after all.  The court sided with Jussie and his legal team after an emergency motion was filed […]

City recreation centers, parks will get upgrades from ARPA funds It looks like Baltimore’s City recreation parks, centers, trails, and more will get some well needed funds for some well needed changes. Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced an allocation of $41 million dollars for the recreation infrastructure and said he believes the investment will give […]