'We Are Just One Step Away From Sheltering In Place' | Montgomery Co. Executive Urges Residents To Stay Home After 51 COVID-19 Cases ReportedMontgomery County Executive Marc Elrich said Friday that the county is, "just one step away from sheltering in place" amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Future Unknown For Y Of Central Maryland After Coronavirus Pandemic Closes Facility, Leads To LayoffsThe Y of Central Maryland is one of the largest Y's in the country with over 100,000 members.
Coronavirus Latest: Here's What's Being Done To Help The Homeless During COVID-19 PandemicThe homeless population, and those who serve them, have needed to adapt to many changes amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Coronavirus Latest: Local Businesses Forced To Close, Turn To Online RetailBusiness is drying up for local shops in Howard County amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Coronavirus: 'The Safest Place For A Child Is To Be At Home,' Doctor SaysOfficials in Maryland announced Friday two more children have contracted the coronavirus, bringing the total to three pediatric cases across the state. 
Groups Pull Together To Help Learning Continue Despite Coronavirus School ClosuresDuring the coronavirus pandemic, community members and local non-profits have stepped up to help those in need. 
Baltimore Nonprofits Helping Feed Those Most At Risk During Coronavirus PandemicTwo non-profit organizations whose clients are the most vulnerable in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic are going above and beyond to make sure their needs are being met.
Coronavirus Closings: Golf Courses In Baltimore City Remain Open, Baltimore County's Courses Closed Amid COVID-19 PandemicDespite the Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan ordering people to avoid large groups, several open golf courses remained open Friday as the weather got into the eighties in Baltimore.
Coronavirus In Maryland: At Least 149 Positive COVID-19 Cases Reported Across The State, Including InfantThere are at least 149 positive coronavirus patients in Maryland, according to new data by the state's health department. 
Coronavirus In Maryland: 5-Year-Old Girl Contracts COVID-19; Officials Say Elkridge Elementary Community 'Not At Risk'A five-year-old girl is among the latest patients of coronavirus in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan announced, just a day after the state reported its first death.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Gov. Larry Hogan Closes All Indoor Shopping Malls & Entertainment VenuesGov. Larry Hogan orders the closure of any enclosed shopping malls and entertainment venues across the state effective at 5 p.m. Thursday to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus Talk Can Be Overwhelming. Here's How Doctors Say You Can CopeGet up, get exercise, read a book, do something that takes your mind off of the "what ifs" and focus on what you can control. 
Marylanders Adjust To Working From Home During Coronavirus PandemicAcross the state, many people are dealing with the new reality of working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Distilleries Using Alcohol To Make Hand Sanitizer, Address ShortageHand sanitizer is hard to come by these days, so some distilleries across the country are using the alcohol they make to create it themselves, including one right here in Maryland. 
Coronavirus In Maryland: Only Ticketed Passengers Allowed At BWI, Avoid Public TransitMaryland Gov. Hogan now said Thursday that no one should be going on any public transportation unless they meet certain guidelines.