Reminder: Early In-Person Voting Starts Monday In MarylandEarly in-person voting starts Monday in Maryland. Eligible voters can cast his or her ballot at any authorized voting location within their jurisdiction of residence.
Local Doctor Says Wearing A Mask Will Be 'Crucial' To Stopping Spread Of COVID-19 This WinterAs the COVID-19 pandemic continues on and cases spike across the country, there are concerns among health officials about fatigue and complacency, which could lead to a further spread of the virus.
Custom Furniture Company Makes Desks For Baltimore City Students Learning VirtuallyA custom furniture company in Baltimore found a way to use their talents to help kids learning virtually during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor Jack Young Approves Plan Allowing Fans At M&T Bank Stadium For Ravens-Steelers GameThe next time the Baltimore Ravens take to the field for a home game, they'll be able to have fans in the stands.
Howard County School Board Approves Health Metrics For Returning Students To ClassroomsHoward County is the latest school district to lay out a plan to return students to the classrooms.
'It's A Shot In The Arm' | Despite $250M In Relief From State, Small Businesses Worry It Won't Be EnoughAs businesses across Maryland continue to struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic, a new dose of economic aid is coming from the State's rainy day fund.
Non-Profit 'The Nolita Project' Aims To Generate Strong Community Ties Among Baltimore City YouthWesley Hawkins leads a group of Baltimore’s youngest residents through his non-profit, The Nolita Project, named after his late mother, Nolita Smith.
At Least 7 Shot, 2 Fatally, Across Baltimore Between Wednesday Afternoon, Thursday MorningAt least seven people were shot across Baltimore between Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning, police reported.
Gov. Larry Hogan Calls On Remaining Counties, Baltimore City To Move To Third Phase Of Coronavirus Recovery PlanGov. Larry Hogan on Thursday called for all 24 jurisdictions in Maryland to move to the third phase of the state's coronavirus recovery plan, which several counties have not yet done.
New Study Finds Taking Aspirin Significantly Lowers Risk Of Complications, Death In COVID-19 PatientsA new landmark study at the University of Maryland School of Medicine found that COVID-19 patients taking a daily, low-dose aspirin to protect against cardiovascular disease significantly lowered the risk of death and complications from COVID-19.
Baltimore Mayoral Candidates Make Their Pitch To Voters At Virtual Forum Ahead Of ElectionThursday marked one of the last opportunities for voters to hear from Baltimore's mayoral candidates.
Gov. Larry Hogan Plans To Use $250M From Maryland's Rainy Day Fund For Businesses Struggling During COVID-19 PandemicGov. Larry Hogan said Thursday he plans to use $250 million from Maryland's Rainy Day Fund for small businesses hit by the pandemic.
Non-Profit 'The Well' Provides Women With Purpose, Life Skills As They Produce Bath, Body Products For 'Hon's Honey'Many of the women who come to the Well have survived some kind of trauma, exploitation, poverty or abuse. As soon as they walk through the door, they receive fellowship and training.
Towson Couple Honors Son, Bring Laughs To Children With Cancer Through Farting Stuffed AnimalsTo carry on Andrew's love of laughter and jokes, his parents started "Andrew's Laughing Gas" in January. It's a charity that provides these gassy stuffed animals to any child battling cancer.
Dorchester County Schools Goes Back To Virtual Learning After COVID-19 Case IncreasesDorchester County Schools switched back to virtual learning Thursday after a coronavirus surge in their community.