Coronavirus May Increase Risk Of Stroke, Keep Patients Away From Seeking Treatment, Doctors WarnDoctors warn the coronavirus can make people more susceptible to brain injury caused by a lack of oxygen as well as blood clots. They're also concerned people suffering a stroke may be afraid to go to the hospital due to COVID-19.
Maryland State Law Enforcement Agencies, American Red Cross Encouraging Public To Donate BloodThe "#SleevesUpMaryland" campaign aims to raise 150 pledges for blood donations. 
Motorcycle Procession To Honor Maryland's War Heroes On Memorial Day A special rolling tribute honoring Maryland's war heroes will take place this Memorial Day.
Johns Hopkins Bayview To Host Emergency Blood Drive May 27-29The blood drive will be May 27-29 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Johns Hopkins Asthma & Allergy Center. 
Ten New Ballot Drop-Off Locations Announced In Baltimore CityThe Maryland State Board of Elections will expand the number of ballot drop-off locations available in Baltimore for the upcoming June 2 primary election. 
University Of Maryland Researchers Conduct Clinical Trials To Test Effectiveness, Safety Of HydroxychloroquineThis week, President Donald Trump said he's been taking the controversial anti-malaria drug, hydroxychloroquine, for nearly two weeks. 
Gov. Hogan Expands COVID-19 Testing To Those Without SymptomsOn Tuesday, Governor Larry Hogan announced a major development in Maryland’s fight against COVID-19: The state will expand testing to patients without symptoms.
Patient First Opens Fifth COVID-19 Testing Site In MarylandPatient First is now expanding its COVID-19 testing sites in Maryland. 
Baltimore Orioles Hosting A Blood Drive On May 23The Baltimore Orioles will host a blood drive on Saturday, May 23 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Appointment-Free Coronavirus Testing To Begin Thursday At Some Locations In MarylandBeginning Thursday, some coronavirus testing sites in Maryland will begin allowing people to get tested without an appointment and without a doctor's referral, Gov. Larry Hogan's office said.
Baltimore City Voters Should Receive Primary Ballots Within The Next Week, State Board Of Elections SaysWith Maryland's June 2 primary election now just over two weeks away, Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott is calling for answers about why some voters in Baltimore have yet to receive their mail-in ballots.