Maryland State Board Of Education Votes To Keep Dr. Karen Salmon As State Superintendent During Coronavirus ResponseThe Maryland State Board of Education held a meeting via teleconference Tuesday morning, but due heavy site traffic, the live stream crashed several times leading the board to end the call early.
'You're Less Vigilant' | Working From Home Due To The Coronavirus? Here's How To Avoid Cybersecurity IssuesMillions of Americans are working and going to school from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, raising concerns about cybersecurity.
'Nobody Could Have Prepared For This': Hair Salon Worries About Financial Hit Of CoronavirusIf the business stays closed a full week, Harmon said she and her cousin will lose about $1000 in business. If they stayed closed longer, it will be a big financial hit.
Coronavirus Latest: At Least 349 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases In Maryland, Up 61 Cases From MondayThere are now at least 349 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Maryland, including a fourth child case.
'If It Could Happen To Me, It Could Happen To You' | Baltimore County Woman Recovering From COVID-19 Tells People To Follow Pandemic Rules“I had this weird feeling in my chest—there was like a tightness in my chest. It felt like something was brewing,” Fernandez said. “I know something was respiratory-wise was about to happen.”
Coronavirus Impact: Maryland Small Business Owners Affected By COVID-19 Pandemic Can Apply For Low-Interest Loans, Grants To Cover CostsMore than $350 million in funds has been opened up to help support Maryland small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: While Some Businesses Are Closing, Others Need More WorkersThe coronavirus pandemic has forced many businesses to shut down, impacting millions of workers nationwide, but a handful of companies are hoping to ramp up their workforces in order to keep up with the demand for their services.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore County Police Add Protective Gear To Uniform, Adjust For Social DistancingAdding to the gear they already have, Baltimore County Police are taking health precautions while still performing their duties.
Coronavirus Latest: Marylanders Stranded In Central, South America Due To COVID-19Several Marylanders are among those stuck thousands of miles from home.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Groups Making Masks, 3D Face Shields For Local HospitalsNon-profit groups are coming together to help medical systems short on supplies find alternatives during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Learning Continues At Institute Of Notre Dame Thanks To Virtual ClassroomsWhen the Institute of Notre Dame in Baltimore began testing online distance learning in December, few people in the world had heard of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Latest: At Least 190 Cases Of COVID-19, 3 Deaths Reported In MarylandThere are at least 190 cases of COVID-19 in Maryland and three people have died as a result of the virus, according to numbers released by the State Health Department.
Hotel Revival Works To Help Other Baltimore Businesses During Coronavirus PandemicAs people are being asked to stay home due to the coronavirus pandemic, businesses like Hotel Revival knew they would take a hit.
Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Hogan Announces First COVID-19 Death In Baltimore County, 2nd Death In StateGov. Hogan announced Friday the first coronavirus death in Baltimore County.
Bars, Restaurants Can No Longer Serve Customers Inside Due To Coronavirus Pandemic. Here's How Some Are AdjustingBaltimore's bars and restaurants can no longer serve customers inside their establishments amid the coronavirus pandemic, but they're now getting creative with their carry-out and delivery options.