Need to build an SQL query with a count and 2 tables

I have 2 tables. Table A has a column called SameIDs, Table B also has a column called SameIDs. In Table B, the SameIDs column will only have unique entries, but in table A it can have many with the same results in that column.  I need to query the results of Table B, and also create a column in my query to count the number of times the unique entry is listed in Table A. Below are sample tables and what I'd like the query to output... can someone help? Thank you!

Table A                      Table B      
SameIDs                   SameIDs           Notes           Date
     5                               5                    fake note     9/18/15
     5                               7                    test note      9/18/15

I want the query to output this:

 SameIDs    Notes           Date            TheCount
          5     fake note     9/18/15                    3
          7     test note      9/18/15                    2
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SELECT TableB.ID, TableB.Notes, TableB.Date, COUNT(TableA.*)
     INNER JOIN TableA ON TableB.ID = TableA.ID
GROUP BY TableB.ID, TableB.Notes, TableB.Date

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Scott PletcherSenior DBACommented:
SELECT b.SameIDs, b.Notes, b.Date,
    (SELECT COUNT(*) FROM TableA a WHERE a.SameIDs = b.SameIDs) AS TheCount
FROM TableB b
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