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  Two years after sports betting was legalized in the state, The Maryland Sports Wagering Application Review Commission has awarded mobile sports wagering licenses to 10 businesses. The businesses include: Arundel Amusements (Bingo World) BetMGM Maryland Sports LLC Crown MD Online Gaming LLC (DraftKings) CZR Maryland Mobile Opportunity LLC (Horseshoe Casino Baltimore) Greenmount OTB LLC […] The post Maryland Sports Wagering Commission Approves 10 Mobile Sports Betting Licenses appeared first on 92 Q.

Thanksgiving is fast approaching and for all my last-minute planners, time is running out. If you’re skipping the traditional family meal, want to start a new tradition, or just want to switch things up to save a few coins, Baltimore has plenty of options to choose from! Below are places open on Thanksgiving Day in […] The post Here’s A List Of Restaurants Open On Thanksgiving Day In The Greater Baltimore Area appeared first on 92 Q.

Coppin State University receives a $3.7 million federal grant for its teaching-training program in an effort to reverse the nationwide teacher shortage. Coppin’s Pathway to Professions Program hopes to address teacher diversity while boosting student success in high-need Maryland schools. In a press release shared by the university, recent data shows that Black and Hispanic […] The post Coppin State University Receives $3.7M For Teacher Training Program appeared first on 92 Q.

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  Here’s some news that could brighten up your Monday: Maryland bettors could possibly be able to bet online before Thanksgiving! The Sports Wagering Application Review Commission (SWARC) will hold a license award meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 16, during which it will consider awarding licenses to 10 mobile sports wagering entities including: Arundel Amusements (Bingo […] The post Mobile Sports Betting Could Launch In Maryland By Thanksgiving appeared first on 92 Q.

Two schools in Northeast Baltimore schools are closed Monday due to an hours-long barricade situation. According to officials, students and faculty at Sinclair Lane Elementary and Archbishop Curley High School were told not to come to school because of the barricade that started late Sunday and continued into Monday morning. Police sent their crisis negotiation […] The post Two Northeast Baltimore Schools Closed Monday Due To Nearby Barricade Situation appeared first on 92 Q.

This past Thursday, Mayor Brandon Scott revealed his squeegee collaborative plan which will ban squeegeeing at some of the city’s more prominent and busy intersections. The intersections apart of the ban would be: President Street and Jones Falls Expressway/Interstate 83 Conway and Light streets Mount Royal Avenue and North Avenue/Interstate 83 Martin Luther King Jr. […] The post Mayor’s Squeegee Collaborative Plan Will Ban Window Washing At Some Of Baltimore’s Prominent Intersections appeared first on 92 Q.

Mayor Brandon Scott along with other Baltimore City leaders are expected to unveil their plan on how to address issues with squeegee workers on city streets. Last week, parts of the plan were released including a guaranteed income program that was met with some criticism. However, it is unclear if the proposed ideas will be […] The post Baltimore City Leaders Expected To Unveil Squeegee Plan Thursday appeared first on 92 Q.

Maryland’s weekend will start off a bit cloudy and rainy as remnants of Tropical Storm Nicole are expected to hit the area. Nicole made landfall in Florida as a Category 1 hurricane. Clouds are expected to move into Maryland Thursday night, but rain isn’t expected until early Friday morning. Meteorologists are anticipating the rainfall to last […] The post Remnants Of Tropical Storm Nicole Expected To Hit Maryland Friday appeared first on 92 Q.

Baltimore voters have approved the “Question K” ballot question which will establish term limits for city officials. The mayor, the comptroller, the city council president, and city council members will now be limited to two terms over a 12-year period. RELATED: Democratic Candidate Wes Moore Makes History In Maryland After Being Elected As State’s First Black […] The post Baltimore Voters Approve Term Limits For City Officials appeared first on 92 Q.