One-Year-Old Maryland Boy Dies From COVID-19; Youngest Victim In State, Gov. Hogan SaysA one-year-old boy from Maryland has died from COVID-19, the youngest victim of the pandemic in the state, Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday.
Study: Students Are Falling Behind In Math More Than Any Other Subject Amid Virtual LearningA testing nonprofit says students are falling behind in one subject more than another.
Baltimore Performing Art Venues Asking For Public's Support To Survive Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs Baltimore's performing arts venues remain closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, those who run the facilities are asking for the public's support to survive.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Third-Highest Daily Case Increase Since Pandemic Began, Positivity Rate Over 7%Maryland hits its third-highest daily increase Tuesday morning as it adds 2,765 new coronavirus cases and the statewide positivity rate jumps back up past 7%.
Orioles Providing Free COVID-19 Testing For Elev8 BaltimoreEducators and staff for Elev8 Baltimore will receive free COVID-19 testing through January 2021, as part of the Major League Baseball's community testing program.
COVID-19 Latest: Gunther & Co. In Brewers Hill Suspends Regular Indoor Dining ServiceA Brewer's Hill neighborhood establishment is suspending its normal service for the time being due to coronavirus capacity restrictions.
WJZ To Air Downtown Partnership Of Baltimore's 49th Annual Monument Lighting As Holiday Special On Dec. 3Baltimore's annual monument lighting is going virtual this year like many things in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore Ravens' Games Against Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys Moved Due To COVID-19 CasesThe Baltimore Ravens' games against the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys have been moved due to a COVID-19 outbreak among the Ravens' organization.
Baltimore County Schools Plan To Resume Virtual Learning Wednesday Following CyberattackStudents in Baltimore County will resume virtual learning Wednesday following a cyberattack, the Baltimore County Public Schools system said Monday.
TIMELINE: Here's Who Is On Baltimore Ravens' COVID-19/Reserve ListThe Baltimore Ravens have made numerous roster moves over the past week due to an outbreak of COVID-19 within the team.
'Virtual Tuesday Night Game?' Raven's Marlon Humphrey Suggests Alternative To Thrice-Delayed Matchup Against SteelersAs the Baltimore Ravens continue to deal with a COVID-19 outbreak among the team, one player has come up with an alternative solution if they can't face off against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Baltimore Convention Center Now Offering COVID-19 Testing 5 Days Per WeekOne of Baltimore's most popular COVID-19 testing locations has expanded its days and hours of operation as the state sees a surge of virus cases.
Coach Says Anne Arundel County Took 'Easy Route' In Shutting Down Youth Sports Instead Of Making Changes Due To COVID-19More than 800 people quarantined in Anne Arundel County during the fall sports season, all linked to youth athletics. Despite that, some coaches are advocating for practices and games to resume.
Maryland Small Businesses Lean Heavily On Cyber Monday Amid COVID-19 PandemicSmall businesses in Maryland are relying heavily on Cyber Monday and online sales to get them through the 2020 holiday season.
Moderna To Apply Monday For FDA Authorization For COVID-19 VaccinePharmaceutical company Moderna intends to apply Monday to the US Food and Drug Administration for authorization of its Covid-19 vaccine.