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Jewish pitchers Kremer and Fried have rare off days

Orioles' Israeli rookie still happy with first taste in majors • Atlanta ace twists ankle in final start before playoffs.

Israel’s Kremer dominates Yankees in debut as pitcher for Orioles

Orioles pitcher, 24, becomes first blue-and-white draftee to reach baseball’s highest level.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
07/09/2020

Towson shifts to online following an increase in positive COVID-19 results

The shift is slated to last for the remainder of the semester.

Baltimore Jewish community helps out those impacted by explosion

Two people were killed and four people were hospitalized in serious condition.

13/08/2020

Major explosion reported in Baltimore, several houses destroyed

One person is reported to be dead, one person is reported to be trapped and multiple people are reported to be critically injured.

By REUTERS
10/08/2020
Jewish Museum of Maryland on the left and the Chizuk Amuno Synagogue on the right, Baltimore city

Man robs 4 teens at Baltimore mall, calls them ‘dirty Jews,’ gets arrested

The teens said Rice told them they were “dirty Jews” and took one of their kippahs. They also said he took their shopping bags, cellphones and wallets.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
21/07/2020

Ashkelon sends 2,000 reusable face masks to Baltimore's Jewish community

The move is part of an ongoing partnership between the two cities, who have been twin cities since 2003.

16/07/2020
Jewish Museum of Maryland on the left and the Chizuk Amuno Synagogue on the right, Baltimore city

4 Jewish Baltimore teens robbed, say they were targeted for religion

The assailant told the teen that they were “dirty Jews” and stole one of their kippahs, police told the newspaper.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
15/07/2020
A CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS statue lies on the ground outside the Minnesota State Capitol, after taking a

Christopher Columbus statue in Baltimore toppled, rolled off harbor

The statue, which was dedicated in 1984, is among the latest of historical figures with problematic legacies linked to racism and slavery to be toppled by protesters throughout the country.

Jewish Museum of Maryland on the left and the Chizuk Amuno Synagogue on the right, Baltimore city

Swastikas drawn on home and bench in Jewish neighborhood of Baltimore

Area residents found the swastika spray-painted on the bench.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
02/07/2020
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