Neighbors, First Responders Celebrate 94-Year-Old Maryland Veteran's Birthday With ParadeMorris Semiatin turned 94 on June 1. His son helped him celebrate with a special birthday parade.
Reopening Maryland: Bengie's Drive-In Hopes To Open Next WeekBengie's Drive-In is getting ready to reopen following the green light from Maryland's governor lifting more coronavirus restrictions and allowing outdoor theaters to reopen Friday.
Cooler Weather Keeps Memorial Day Weekend Crowds At Bay Sunday In Ocean City, MarylandThe crowds that flocked to the beach and boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland, for the Memorial Day weekend seemed to subside Sunday morning as temperatures hovered in the low to mid-50s.
10-Year-Old Baltimore Girl Publishes Children's Book 'Tell Me a Reason Why: A Skunk and Rat Story'A fourth grader published a children's book about friendship during Maryland's stay at home order. A Morgan State University student illustrated the book.
All City Events In Baltimore, Including Artscape, Fourth Of July Fireworks, Canceled Through August 31 Due To CoronavirusAll city events in Baltimore have been canceled through August 31 due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young said Wednesday.
'Business Has Come To A Standstill' | Future Of Local Concert Venues Uncertain Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe live music businesses has been hit hard over the last couple months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and some venue operators say they may have no choice but to close for good.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Postpones Star Spangled Spectacular ConcertThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Wednesday it will not perform its Star Spangled Spectacular concert due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Oprah Winfrey Gives Grants To ‘Home’ Cities, Including Baltimore, Chicago, During PandemicOprah Winfrey is giving grants to the cities she’s called home through her $12 million coronavirus relief fund.
Rollbacks On Environmental Policies Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Have Some Experts ConcernedWhile the world has been focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government has rolled back some environmental policies or decided not to enforce them.
Baltimore Musicians Gather Virtually To Sing Journey's 'Don't Stop Believin''More than a dozen musicians came together to perform "Don't Stop Believin'" by Journey. The goal: spread positivity and lift spirits.
'Sweetest Ending Possible': Ellicott City's DJ Kopec Reaches Goal Of $1M For Charity Through Virtual Dance PartiesChris Kopec, known as DJ Kopec, has been throwing virtual dance parties on Facebook to raise money and donations for area groups in need.
Maryland Native Brady Fritz Wins Big On 'The Price Is Right'A Maryland native won big on Monday's episode of "The Price Is Right."
Baltimore Singing Group To Share Virtual Stage With Barack Obama, LeBron James To Honor Class Of 2020High school seniors across the country will be honored Saturday on the special, virtual event #GraduateTogether: America Honors The Class of 2020. 
Preakness Was Supposed To Be This Weekend In Baltimore. New Date To Be Announced SaturdayRacing officials said a new date for the 145th Preakness Stakes will be announced Saturday, May 16, the day the race was originally scheduled. But, the COVID-19 pandemic postponed the Triple Crown race.
SEE IT: Morgan State's Choir Sings Beautiful Rendition Of 'We Are The World'At a time when the world needs a little hope, Morgan State University's choir offers just that with their rendition of "We are the World."