Maryland's Reopening 'Paused' Due To Latest Increases In COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations, Hogan SaysFurther reopening plans for Maryland amid the coronavirus are "paused" in place, Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday.
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Expands Mask Order Effective FridayEffective July 31, Marylanders must wear a mask or face-covering in public areas of businesses and buildings and in outdoor public areas when it is not possible to maintain social distancing. 
O's Fans Find New Ways To Cheer On Team This Year Amid Coronavirus PandemicBaseball has a different feel this year without fans in the stands amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
'Exactly What This World Needed' | Friends, Teachers Reflect On The Life Of Beloved Baltimore Sports Superfan Mo GabaBeloved Baltimore sports superfan Mo Gaba passed away Tuesday night at the age of 14 after his fourth battle with cancer.
Advocates Urge Gov. Hogan To Adjust Plan For In-Person Polling Centers Ahead Of General ElectionA panel of agency leaders and state organizations is continuing to call on Gov. Larry Hogan to implement mail-in ballots instead of in-person polling places for the general election in November.
Local Photographer Takes Free Headshots For Those Unemployed Amid COVID-19 PandemicA local photographer is joining a nationwide effort to help out the millions of Americans who are unemployed by taking free headshots.
Every Student Will Have Necessary Devices For Virtual Learning, Baltimore City Schools CEO Dr. Sonja Santelises SaysBaltimore City Public Schools CEO Dr. Sonja Santelises pledged Tuesday that every student will have a device for the upcoming academic year. 
Carroll County Public Schools Superintendent Recommends Mostly Virtual Start To The Academic YearThe superintendent of Carroll County Public Schools is recommending a mostly virtual start to the school year amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Johns Hopkins Experts Address COVID-19 Vaccine Challenges, Realistic TimelinesJohns Hopkins public health experts laid out challenges in distributing and administering coronavirus vaccines.
Fran Phillips, Maryland's Deputy Health Secretary, Retiring Amid Coronavirus PandemicFran Phillips, the Deputy Secretary for Public Health Services for the Maryland Department of Health and a common attendee at Gov. Larry Hogan's coronavirus press conferences, is retiring, the governor announced Wednesday.
Waterfront Wellness Series Returns To West Shore Park With New Safety Measures In Place Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe popular Waterfront Wellness series is returning to West Shore Park in Baltimore this weekend with some new restrictions due to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Over 750 New Cases In 24 Hours, 20 New Deaths With Hospitalizations UpNew numbers show there is now a total of 86,285 cases in Maryland, up 761 since Tuesday.
Harford County Sheriff's Office Investigating Alleged Shooting Following Road Rage Incident In EdgewoodDetectives with the Harford County Sheriff's Office are investigating an alleged shooting following a road rage incident in Edgewood. 
14-Year-Old Boy Killed In Shooting In AnnapolisPolice in Annapolis are investigating after a 14-year-old boy was shot and killed late Monday night.
Gov. Hogan Pays Tribute To Dr. Joseph Costa, Chief Of Critical Care At Mercy Medical Center Who Died Of COVID-19Gov. Larry Hogan paid tribute Tuesday to Dr. Joseph Costa—the head of critical care at Baltimore’s Mercy Medical Center.