Legislators And Educators Hold Roundtable On Closing ‘Digital Divide’ In BaltimoreOfficials and educators in Baltimore are trying to close what they call the digital divide.
Shelves Empty At Maryland Grocery Stores Again, Omicron & Winter Weather To BlameMaryland's grocery stores are struggling to keep products on their shelves as well as workers amid the surge in Omicron and ongoing supply chain issues.
Frustrating Tax Season Anticipated As COVID-19 Surge Sabotages IRS, Comptroller's OfficeThe comptroller urges everyone to take it easy on government agencies as they deal with the same difficulties we're all facing during this surge.
Aberdeen Walmart Shuts Down In Wake Of New COVID-19 CasesThe store will re-open again on Friday at 6 a.m. It is one of two supercenters in the northeast corner of Maryland.
Covid Rapid Test Prices Are Going UpDemand for Covid-19 tests has surged as the Omicron variant has spread in the United States in recent weeks.
Maryland Minimum Wage Climbs To $12.50 Per Hour Starting Monday, Slightly Less For Smaller BusinessesOn Monday, the minimum wage in Maryland will rise from $11.75 an hour to $12.50 an hour
Latest US Travel Rules: What You Need To Know About The Changes Prompted By OmicronThe dominoes fell quickly after South African health authorities informed the world of their discovery of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus in late November.
United And Delta Cancel Flights Just Before Christmas EveUnited has canceled more than 100 Friday flights, according to flight-tracking site FlightAware.
We Really Did Buy More Alcohol During The Early Pandemic, Study FindsThe spike was likely fueled, the authors said, by fears of contracting Covid-19, social isolation, job loss and an uncertain future at the time of the study.
These Christmas Trees May Improve Your HealthExposing yourself to a natural environment is known to reduce psychological stress, according to a 2018 study published in Behavioral Sciences.
'We Can’t Wait': Frosh Pushes For Funding, Staffing To Maryland Water Supply SystemThe Maryland Department of the Environment’s Water Supply System said it is understaffed, overworked and underpaid.
Antiperspirant Recall: What The Finding Of A Cancer-Causing Chemical Means For YouBenzene is created by natural and man-made processes.
Here's How Omicron Could Make The Supply Chain Mess Worse"It's way too soon to tell. But I do worry, because we know people are afraid to go to work," Raimondo told CNN during an interview at her Washington office.
This Maryland Woman Just Claimed Her Third $50,000 Lottery PrizeShe plans to use the money for some much-needed home improvements, she told lottery officials.
Here's How Your Gas Could Hit $5 A Gallon$150 oil is more than double today's Brent price of about $73.50.