Some Marylanders May Qualify For Additional 13 Weeks Of Extended Unemployment Benefits. Here's What You Need To KnowSome Marylanders may qualify for an additional 13 weeks of extended unemployment benefits, the state's labor department said Friday.
Deadline Extended For Coronavirus Rent Support Program In BaltimoreThe deadline to apply for a rent support program in Baltimore has been extended.
Mayor Jack Young Announces Extension Of Grocery Access Pilot Program In West And South BaltimoreThe Grocery Access Pilot program, offering qualified residents of West and South Baltimore a $2.50 flat rate fare to and from participating stores, has been extended through August.
Baltimore City Officials Warn Of Heavy Traffic Around Meal Distribution SitesThe World Central Kitchen will be distributing free meals from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Meals On Wheels Of Central Maryland Sees Dramatic Increase In Demand Amid Coronavirus PandemicMeals on Wheels of Central Maryland has seen a dramatic increase in demand since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Coronavirus Resources: Baltimore Begins Giving Out 'Farmers To Families' Produce BoxesThe city of Baltimore has begun giving out boxes of produce to families in need amid the coronavirus pandemic.
José Andrés' World Central Kitchen To Distribute Food At 2 Additional Baltimore LocationsThis Saturday, there will be two new spots for families to pick up some much needed food from World Central Kitchen.
State Health Department Offering Mental Health Support For COVID-19 Frontline WorkersThe Maryland Department of Health is offering mental health support for coronavirus frontline workers who may be struggling while treating or helping others.
Coronavirus Resources: Baltimore Recreation Centers, Other Sites Give Out Free Groceries FridayAt least a dozen sites across Baltimore gave out free groceries Friday for those struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic.
M&T Bank Will Donate $200K To Maryland Food Bank, Capital Area Food Bank To Help During Coronavirus PandemicM&T Bank will contribute $200,000 to the Maryland Food Bank and Capital Area Food Bank to help them buy and distribute food to those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak and related economic crisis throughout Maryland and Greater Washington area. 
Coronavirus Resources: Maryland To Provide Food For 427K Children Affected By School ClosuresMaryland officials secured approval from the USDA for a new program to help feed 427,000 students affected by the coronavirus-related school closures.