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Prince George’s County residents celebrate Halloween during the pandemic

LAUREL, Maryland – Prince George’s County has launched a Halloween yard decorating contest for residents to get into the holiday spirit. With Halloween looking different this year due to the pandemic, residents have found creative ways to decorate for spooky…

Presidential Campaigns are using social media ads to engage young voters

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – Social media advertisements are one of the ways the presidential candidates are reaching young voters, in an effort to engage them in the election process. We spoke with young voters about if these ads are working…

Capital News Service, CNS-TV, Nov. 5, 2020

Capital News Service, CNS-TV, Nov. 5, 2020

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Howard is the HBCU making headlines during College basketball’s offseason

WASHINGTON – Blakeney and Howard drew headlines around the country when five-star recruit Makur Maker chose the Bison over the likes of UCLA, Kentucky, and Memphis back in July. The Bison landed their second high-profile player this summer when Purdue…

Travis Pastrana is going to jump Ego Alley in his newest stunt

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland – Travis Pastrana, American professional motorsports competitor, stunt performer and native of Annapolis, is gearing up to jump over Ego Alley for an upcoming movie.

Early voting is now underway in Maryland

The Xfinity Center at the University of Maryland has been selected as one of the 11 early voting locations in Prince George’s County. It will be utilized from Tuesday, October 26th until Tuesday, November 3rd.

Restaurants adjust to winter dining

HYATTSVILLE, Maryland – Governor Hogan has announced $50 million in federal relief for restaurants. This will help keep restaurants open when the weather turns cooler and they have to adjust for outdoor dining.  

The Poll Hero Project encouraging students to work the polls

The Poll Hero Project was started by high school, college, and a graduate student to encourage young people to volunteer as poll workers. They believe poll workers are essential to the election succeeding.

Maryland’s early and mail-in votes outpace 2016

Mail-in vote totals are around 500% higher than in 2016, and early vote numbers are up as well. That likely will not affect who Maryland picks for president this year.