Plasma Donation Center Opens As Call For Convalescent Plasma GrowsDoctors are hopeful the plasma of recovered COVID patients may be an important tool in the pandemic fight.
Maryland Weather: Code Red Extreme Health Alert In Baltimore Issued For Monday, TuesdayBaltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa has issued a Code Red Extreme Health Alert for Monday, July 27 through Tuesday, July 28. 
Volunteers To Build Desks For Howard County Students In NeedA group of volunteers will be building desks for students in need in Howard County, and repairing homes on Saturday.
More City Roads Added To Baltimore's 'Slow Streets' ProgramStarting Monday, Baltimore City residents will have an extra eight miles of space to get out of the house and enjoy some fresh air.
Renters Hit Hard By COVID-19 Who Live In State-Financed Properties Can Apply For Four Months Of Rent AssistanceRenters hit hard by the coronavirus and who live in state-financed properties can now apply for a voucher that will cover four months of their rent, Gov. Larry Hogan's office said Friday.
Coronavirus Latest: Festival Of Trees 2020 Transforms For COVID-19 PandemicThe holiday event put on by the Kennedy Krieger Institute will go from a three-day in-person festival to a hybrid-online experience. 
Maryland Back To School 2020 | County-By-County Decisions On School Reopenings Amid COVID-19Several county school districts have already made a decision to be online-only for at least the first semester.
Plumpton Park Zoo In Cecil County Recovering After Six Animals Die In Weekend FireA zoo in Cecil County is trying to pick up the pieces after one of their buildings caught fire over the weekend, killing six animals.
Learning Undefeated Brings STEM 'Anywhere Labs' To MarylandLearning Undefeated, a non-profit organization committed to bringing STEM education opportunities to underserved communities, is releasing brand new distance learning units. 
Baltimore OEM Providing Resources On Flash Flooding In Parts Of West BaltimoreMembers of Baltimore's Office of Emergency Management are canvassing the Frederick Avenue Corridor in west Baltimore, providing information and resources about flash flooding. 
Johns Hopkins, Local Non-Profits Teaming Up To Collect Computers For Those In NeedJohns Hopkins University is teaming up with Central Baltimore Partnership and Code in the Schools to help provide computers and internet access to those in need amid the coronavirus pandemic.