More Than 201K Marylanders Enrolled In Coronavirus Emergency Special EnrollmentMore than 201,000 Marylanders enrolled in the Maryland Health Connection's Coronavirus Emergency Special Enrollment from March 16, 2020, to Aug. 15, 2021, according to the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange, which administers the connection program.
How To Prepare Your Finances Now That Things Are Opening UpIt's been more than a year since the pandemic started, and the US economy is showing signs of recovery. Covid-19 vaccinations are rising, states have lifted some pandemic restrictions and many travelers are back on the road.
Baltimore Matchmaker Talks Dating During The PandemicDating during a pandemic. It's not the easiest thing to do. But many people adapted and embraced the changes that came along with it. A Baltimore-based matchmaker, dating coach and relationship expert talked about what it was like then and what we're seeing now.
Unemployed Workers Rally, Demanding To Know When They Will Get Their MoneyIt's been more than a year since the pandemic forced businesses to close and thousands became unemployed. Outside the Maryland Department of Labor building Friday, many unemployed workers made their frustrations known.
Baltimore County Public Schools To Offer Vaccines To High School Students 16 And AboveBaltimore County Public Schools and the Baltimore County Department of Health will be offering COVID-19 vaccines at high schools for students 16 and above, their family and interested school staff.
Maryland Book Bank Provides Thousands Of Books To Kids Across State With The Help Of DonationsOne Baltimore-based non-profit is proving hundreds of thousands of books to under-resourced neighborhoods.