US Sees Record Single-Day COVID-19 Deaths, Maryland Sets Hospitalization RecordThe U.S. saw its highest number of COVID-19 deaths in a single day since the start of the pandemic.
COVID-19 Restrictions Not Lifted In Baltimore, Dining Will Remain Closed At RestaurantsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said Friday that he will not lift COVID-19 restrictions as the city continues to see a bump in cases post New Year's Eve. This means both indoor and outdoor dining will remain closed at city restaurants.
Merritt Clubs In Canton Temporarily Closed Following COVID-19 Rule ViolationsA popular gym in southeast Baltimore is temporarily closed due to violations of COVID-19 restrictions.
Some In-Person Classes To Resume At Johns Hopkins University For Spring SemesterJohns Hopkins University plans to resume some in-person learning for the spring semester, the university said Friday.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Case Total Approaches 300K; Hospitalizations Reach Record HighMaryland is closing in on the 300,000 COVID-19 case threshold, with more than 3,700 new cases reported on Friday, data from the state's health department showed.
As Maryland Hits 6,000 COVID-19 Deaths, People In Howard County Line Up For VaccinePeople lined up around the Howard County Health Department in Columbia to get the coronavirus vaccine Thursday, an encouraging sign on the day Maryland officially surpassed 6,000 deaths.
Claddagh Pub, Don't Know Tavern Recently Selected For Barstool FundMore Maryland restaurants are receiving financial assistance from the Barstool Fund.
More Than 11K Marylanders File For Unemployment In First Week Of 2021Unemployment remains high in 2021 as 787,000 Americans filed for unemployment in the first week of the new year.
Baltimore County Officials Lay Out This Week's COVID-19 Vaccine Doses, 7 Clinics Set Up For Healthcare Workers, First RespondersBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski and Baltimore County Health Officer Dr. Gregory Wm. Branch are giving an update on the county's COVID-19 vaccine distribution efforts.
COVID In Maryland: Over 6,000 Marylanders Have Now Died From COVID-19 Since The Pandemic BeganMaryland reports 2,970 new coronavirus cases as hospitalizations remain above 1,800 though they went down slightly Thursday morning.
'Shorty Pull Your Mask Up' | Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott's Viral Comment Remixed Into RapBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott is going viral after he asked a man to pull up his mask during a press conference Tuesday.
Maryland's The Narrows On List Of 100 Restaurants America ‘Can’t Afford To Lose’ During PandemicEsquire Magazine put The Narrows in Grasonville on the list because of their good crabcakes.
Goucher College To Conduct Spring Semester Virtually Due To COVID-19 PandemicGoucher College announced Wednesday that it will conduct the spring semester virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Frederick County Public Schools Delaying Moving To Hybrid Model Due To Worsening COVID-19 MetricsThe Frederick County Public Schools system is delaying moving into a hybrid in-person learning model due to worsening COVID-19 metrics, the school system said Wednesday.
Maryland SNAP Recipients Will See Extra 15% Increase In Benefits, Gov. Hogan SaysAll Maryland SNAP recipients will receive an extra 15% increase in their total benefits starting this month, as new federal legislation has come in, Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday.