'It's Scary': Employees At Sparrows Point Amazon Fulfillment Center With Coronavirus Case Say Company Needs To Do More To Protect ThemEmployees at an Amazon fulfillment center in Baltimore County are concerned about how the e-commerce giant is handling a confirmed coronavirus case involving another employee.
Great American Takeout Effort Returns To Help Local Restaurants Impacted By CoronavirusFor the second week in a row, an effort is underway to help local restaurants hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
DJ Kopec's Live Party Leads To 60K Pound-Chicken Donation To United WaySaturday night was all about giving back for Ellicot City DJ Chris Kopec and his virtual party viewers.
'What Do You Mean You Don't Have Any Tests?' | More Maryland COVID-19 Testing Sites Open, But Actual Tests Still LimitedThree emission inspection sites open Wednesday in Waldorf, Bel Air and Glen Burnie.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Announces Its Third COVID-19 DeathBaltimore Mayor Jack Young announced Tuesday that another city resident has died from coronavirus. It's the third reported death in the city.
Coronavirus Latest: Second Resident Dies At Pleasant View Nursing Home Amid Outbreak; National Guard To Deploy Medical UnitTwo coronavirus-related deaths have now been reported at a Carroll County nursing home, officials said Monday evening.
Coronavirus Impacts: Maryland Gas Prices Drop As Fewer People Hit The RoadLow demand for oil thanks in part to the coronavirus has resulted in gas prices across Maryland being some of the lowest residents have seen in years.
Bel Air Postal Worker Gives Neighborhood Kids Chalk, Neighborhood Responds By Supplying Her With Hand Sanitizer, Other Gifts For Her RouteEvery weekday afternoon in Bel Air, packages come and go but it’s what’s incoming from USPS which has excited the entire country walk neighborhood.
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Natives Bishme Cromartie, Bresha Webb, Christian Siriano Donate Hundreds Of MasksEven from Los Angeles, fashion designer and Baltimore native Bishme Cromartie is doing what he can to help healthcare staff on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: EMTs Prepared For Influx Of COVID-19 Calls As Hospitals Get BusierThe coronavirus outbreak is changing how firefighters prepare for their day. The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked new policies for the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company, like daily temperature checks, and constant sanitation of equipment.
Coronavirus Latest: Organization Helping People With Developmental Disabilities Forced To Make Changes Due To COVID-19The coronavirus and the measures to control it can pose extra challenges for people with special needs, their families and the organizations that serve them.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore County Volunteers Sew Hundreds Of Masks For Healthcare Workers In NeedA group of neighbors in Millers Island are answering the call from healthcare workers in need of masks due to the coronavirus pandemic.
'In Two Weeks Around Easter, We're Going To Be Looking A Lot Like New York', Gov. Larry Hogan Says"We think in two weeks around Easter we're going to be looking a lot like New York." He said. "It's continuing to grow at really kind of frightening paces and we think it's going to be worse in two weeks not better." Gov. Hogan said.
Coronavirus Latest: 1 Resident At Carroll County Nursing Home Has Died, Officials SayThe resident was a man in his 90s with underlying medical conditions.
Drive-Thru Baby Shower Held For Soon-To-Be Maryland Mom Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe coronavirus is no match for moms who want to celebrate big moments and special events for their kids.