Baltimore Organization Hopes To Use George Floyd's Death To End Police Brutality For GoodIn the wake of the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the organizers of a new group called "The Last 100 Years" have decided to take a stand for change.
Election Guide: Maryland Holds First Mail-In Primary On June 2Maryland will hold its first mail-in primary on Tuesday, June 2.
Here Are The 6 In-Person Voting Locations In Baltimore For June 2 PrimaryBaltimore City voters who are unable to vote by mail in the June 2 primary will have some in-person voting options on Election Day.
Nonprofit TasteWise Kids Takes Message Of Healthy Eating Online Due To CoronavirusTasteWise Kids is taking its efforts to encourage kids to eat healthy online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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.