Pierre Gibbons Awarded Carnegie Medal For Running Into Burning Patterson Park Home To Rescue Elderly Neighbor In 2019Pierre Gibbons, the man who ran into a burning home in Patterson Park to rescue his neighbor in Sept. 2019, was honored Wednesday with a heroism award.
COVID-19 Latest: 2021 Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week CancelledThe 2021 Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week was cancelled amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Ocean City Blood Drive Expands To 3 Days To Comply With COVID Restrictions It's National Blood Donor Month, and if you're looking for a way to help during the pandemic, now's your chance.
As Mental Health Difficulties Continue Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Catholic Charities Encourages People To Reach Out For HelpAmid the COVID-19 pandemic, many mental health clinics and crisis resource centers are seeing an increase in the number of calls they're getting from people in need of support.
Ravens Fan Among 6 Nominees For 'Hall Of Fans'One lucky Ravens fan was among the six fans nominated nationwide for the "Hall of Fans."
Group Remembers Baltimore's 335 Homicide Victims Of 2020For the sixth year in a row, Baltimore reported more than 300 homicides in one year.
Police Urge New Year's Eve Revelers To Celebrate Safely Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Avoid Driving DrunkImpaired driving is an annual concern on New Year's Eve, so police are urging revelers who drink to either choose a designated driver or use a ridesharing app to get home safely at the end of the night.
Donate Blood, Get Free Coffee. Here's What You Need To KnowJanuary is National Blood Donor Month, and to mark the event, the American Red Cross and Dunkin' are teaming up to give thousands of people who donate blood some free coffee.
More Money Available For Energy Assistance Programs This Year, Hogan's Office SaysMarylanders in need of energy assistance this winter will see around 40% more money available than last year, Gov. Larry Hogan's office said Wednesday.
LIST: Christmas Tree Disposal, Recycling By CountyOnce Christmas is over and the decorations come down, many people are left wondering what to do with their trees. Here's when they can be disposed of in different parts of the state.
LIST: Where To Pick Up Grab & Go Meals From The Maryland Food Bank Through Summer 2021The Maryland Food Bank will continue to help families affected by the coronavirus pandemic by distributing grab & go meals through next summer.
Baltimore's Free Flu Shot Clinic Continues On TuesdayTo avoid what doctors are calling a possible "twin-demic", the Baltimore City Health Department is teaming up with CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield for a free pop-up flu shot clinic.
Baltimore County Public Schools Students Must Trade In HP, Windows Devices Following Ransomware Cyber AttackBaltimore County Public Schools announced Friday all students and staff with an HP or Windows-based device from BCPS must go to a Baltimore County public high school to have it replaced following the recent ransomware cyber attack.
U.S. Marine Corps Toys For Tots Program Spreads Holiday Cheer In MarylandThe COVID-19 pandemic is hitting families hard financially across America and right here in Maryland. That’s why this year’s Toys for Tots efforts are more important than ever.
COVID-19 Resources: Baltimore County Schools To Give Out 3 Days' Worth Of Meals On Dec. 21 Ahead Of HolidaysThe Baltimore County Public Schools system will give out three days' worth of meals to students on December 21 ahead of the holiday break, officials said Friday.