Baltimore County Schools' Students, Parents Invited To Provide Feedback On First Quarter InstructionBaltimore County Public Schools’ students, parents and caregivers are invited to complete an online survey about their experiences with virtual learning during the first quarter of the 2020-2021 school year.
'Our Joyful Noise' Spreads Music To Underserved Baltimore CommunitiesA local organization is making sure the underserved and forgotten Baltimore communities stay connected with live music.
Towson Couple Honors Son, Bring Laughs To Children With Cancer Through Farting Stuffed AnimalsTo carry on Andrew's love of laughter and jokes, his parents started "Andrew's Laughing Gas" in January. It's a charity that provides these gassy stuffed animals to any child battling cancer.
Frederick County Kids Can Get Their Flu Shot At These 2 ClinicsFrederick County has two new vaccine clinics set up for kids this November.
Retired Race Horse Farm In Maryland Holding Fundraiser This WeekendThis weekend, there’s an open invite for Marylanders to check out horses, try apple cider, play games and take part in a scavenger hunt.
Maryland Food Bank Asking For Volunteers As Holiday Season ApproachesWith growing demand due to the coronavirus pandemic, they said they need more people to keep up with the demands through the holidays.
Don't Forget: Tuesday Is The Deadline To Request A Mail-In Ballot In MarylandIf you're planning to vote by mail in Maryland this election, the deadline is today.
Baltimore County Health Officials Call On Faith-Based Institutions To Help Curb COVID-19 SpreadBaltimore County Health Officials issued a health notice Monday to faith-based institutions, calling for their help to curb the spread of COVID-19 and the flu season.
FBI, Maryland Officials Warn Of Voter Suppression Schemes, Some On Social MediaThe Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office and the FBI are warning voters about election misinformation.
Baltimore Tree Trust Celebrates 10,000th Tree Planting In City As Part Of Effort To Expand Tree CanopyThe Baltimore Tree Trust just marked a major milestone: the nonprofit organization commemorated its 10,000th tree planting Tuesday at Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces $10M Maryland Farmer COVID-19 Relief ProgramA big boost is coming for farmers on Maryland's Eastern Shore and elsewhere who have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland Researchers Asking For More People To Take Part In COVID-19 Vaccine TrialsResearchers are hoping for more participants to come forward to take part in coronavirus vaccine trials.
Baltimore County Expanding Funding For Small Business, Business Association Grant ProgramsBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Thursday announced an expansion of grant programs for business associations and small businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
8-Week-Old Emaciated Puppy Needs Your Help, BARCS Asking For DonationsThe Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter is asking for donations to help a rescue named Nugget.
Fire Officials Continue To Investigate What Cause Loud Boom At NW Baltimore Site; 2 Victims Remain HospitalizedTwo victims of a three-alarm fire in northwest Baltimore Sunday night remain hospitalized, as officials continue to investigate the cause.