Baltimore County Releases Guidelines For Restaurants, Bars When State Coronavirus Restrictions Are LiftedBaltimore County officials released guidelines Tuesday to help bars and restaurants reopen when coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
Local Summer Camps, Swim Teams Ask For Reopening Guidance Amid COVID-19 PandemicLocal summer camps and swim teams are asking Gov. Larry Hogan for guidance on reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Ravens Re-Open Under Armour Performance Center Under Phase One Of NFL's GuidelinesThe Ravens re-opened their training facility Tuesday under Phase One of the NFL's process, the team announced. 
Former Student At Ner Israel Rabbinical College Campus In Pikesville Arrested For Allegedly Trying To Run People Over, Police SayA man was arrested earlier Tuesday for driving erratically in Pikesville, police say.
Police Investigating Now Fatal Shooting Of 28-Year-Old Keynon Jerrod BryantA 28-year-old man is dead following a May 15 shooting in Baltimore County.
Baltimore Man Dies In Motorcycle Crash On I-695A 47-year-old Baltimore man died in a motorcycle crash along I-695 Monday evening.
Church In Owings Mills Holds Drive-Thru Memorial Day CookoutDue to restrictions on gatherings this Memorial Day because of the coronavirus, an Owings Mills church hosted a drive-thru cookout.
Rolling Memorial Day Bell Ceremony Remembers Fallen Maryland Service MembersA rolling ceremony on Memorial Day was smaller than normal, but organizers said it's still important to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect the country.
Dundalk Pastor Rips Up Cease-And-Desist Order, Vows To Continue Sunday Services Despite Coronavirus Shutdowns"If Walmart's open it's time for the churches to be open," said David Gibbs III, attorney for Calvary Baptist Church.
Baltimore County Offering COVID-19 Testing At All Sites Without Doctor's OrderBaltimore County is now offering COIVD-19 tests at all of its testing sites without a doctor's order, the county announced Friday. 
Coronavirus In Maryland: Cases Top 46K; Hospitalizations Drop Below 1,300The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Maryland has topped 46,000, but the number of hospitalizations has fallen below 1,300, according to data published Sunday morning.