American Red Cross, Dunkin' Team Up To Encourage Marylanders To Donate Blood Amid COVID-19 PandemicJanuary is National Blood Donor Month and the American Red Cross says the need for blood is now even greater during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Morgan State University's President Tweets Job Offer To Amanda Gorman Following Inauguration PerformanceMorgan State University President David Wilson hopes to get poet Amanda Gorman to join his staff.
'It's An Emotional Thing' | Baltimore Man Finds Passion For Painting After Being Seriously Injured In Car CrashOn February 15, 2015, Baltimore resident Ron Greene was in an accident. A semi-truck smashed into him during a snowstorm, totaling his car with him inside. 
Law Enforcement Presence Heightened At Maryland State House As Joe Biden Sworn In As President In DCAs President Joe Biden was sworn in as the next commander-in-chief, security was heightened not only in Washington, D.C., but also at state houses across the country.
Maryland Man Who Allegedly Beat Officer With Bat During U.S. Capitol Riots Says He Was 'Not Here For Trump'Emanuel Jackson, a Maryland man who allegedly beat a police officer with a bat during the U.S. Capitol riots has turned himself into authorities. 
COVID-19 Latest: Restaurant Dining, More To Reopen In Baltimore FridayBaltimore officials announced that both indoor and outdoor dining will be allowed with some COVID-19 restrictions in the city, starting this Friday at 6 a.m.
8-Year-Old Maryland Boy Introduces Justin Timberlake During Primetime Special 'Celebrating America'An 8-year-old boy from Gaithersburg, Maryland who has been making care packages to help during the COVID-19 pandemic, introduced Justin Timberlake during Wednesday's primetime TV special "Celebrating America".
Marylanders Look Ahead To What's Next After President Joe Biden Sworn InMany Americans were glued to their TV Wednesday as President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were sworn into office.
Baltimore City Community College To Open COVID Vaccination ClinicBaltimore will open a new vaccination site at Baltimore City Community College starting January 25. 
Woman Killed, Man Injured In Wednesday Morning Fire In Middle River, Officials SayA woman was killed and a man was injured in an early morning fire in Middle River Wednesday, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.
Maryland National Guard Helps Protect Washington DC Ahead Of InaugurationThe Maryland National Guard is among those who have a crucial component in ensuring the peaceful transfer of power.
72K People Registered For COVID-19 Vaccine Since Baltimore County Launched Vaccination Portal FridayBaltimore County executive Johnny Olszewski and Baltimore County Health Officer Dr. Gregory Wm. Branch are asking residents to pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccines, even if your tier group won't be eligible for vaccinations until later.
Anne Arundel County Police Officers Use Vehicles To Stop Driver Suffering Medical Emergency In Walmart Parking LotThe fast-thinking of some officers from the Anne Arundel County Police Department is being credited with helping prevent a potentially serious incident.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, Now In Federal Prison, Denied Presidential ClemencyDisgraced former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh wants out of the Alabama prison where she has been behind bars since June.
'You Cannot Survive On Carryout Only': Jimmy's Famous Seafood Starts Fund To Help Struggling Restaurants Amid PandemicIt’s been weeks with no end in sight to the dining ban across Baltimore, but there’s help on the way for struggling restaurants thanks to Jimmy's Famous Seafood.