Coronavirus Latest: Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore City Community College To Offer Online-Only Instruction For Fall SemesterLoyola University Maryland and Baltimore City Community College announced Thursday they will offer online-only instruction for their students for the fall semester.
Maryland AG Frosh Urges Senate To Pass Legislation Ensuring Relief For All Federal Student Loan Borrowers Impacted By COVID-19 PandemicMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined a coalition of 28 attorneys general urging the U.S. Senate to provide relief for all federal student loan borrowers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Residential Parking Permit Enforcement To Resume In Baltimore September 1, City SaysResidential parking permit enforcement in Baltimore will resume next month, the city's parking authority said Thursday.
Howard County Launches Interactive Map For Residents Needing Food AssistanceHoward County officials launched an interactive map for residents in need of food assistance. The map will show residents where they can find food pantries, free meals, groceries and more.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Hospitalizations Down; 500+ New COVID-19 Cases Reported As Total Surpasses 93KMore than 500 new coronavirus cases were reported Thursday morning as the state's total surpassed 93,000.
Over 18K Marylanders Filed For Unemployment Last WeekOver 18,000 Marylanders filed for unemployment in the last week.
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland State Fair Canceled, Some Livestock Shows Will Go OnThe Maryland State Fair is officially canceled for 2020, WJZ confirmed Wednesday.
White House Warns 10 Local Areas About Coronavirus Numbers In Private Call, Including BaltimoreThe White House Coronavirus Task Force sees troubling coronavirus numbers in 10 local areas across the country, including Baltimore, the group's leader said Wednesday in a private call obtained by the Center for Public Integrity.
COVID-19 Patients May Develop Skin Rashes And Discoloration, Studies FindAs COVID-19 started to spread across the United States earlier this year, dermatology offices began to see suspicious signs on some patients' skin.
Coronavirus Latest: Tattoo Parlors, Tanning Salons Reopen In Montgomery County Under Revised Executive OrderMore places in Montgomery County are back in business thanks to a revised executive order.
Experts Looking At Convalescent Plasma As Possible Coronavirus TreatmentIf you’ve had COVID-19, there is one way you can help out those currently suffering from the virus.
Hogan Administration, MIA Take Action To Prevent Cancellation Of Health Insurance PoliciesMarylanders who are at risk of having their health insurance canceled due to payment issues now have extra time to keep their benefits, or find an alternative plan.
Maryland Casinos Generate Over $130M In First Full Month After ReopeningDespite operating at 50 percent capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Maryland's six casinos generated over $130 million during their first full month after reopening.
Coronavirus In Maryland: More Than 550 New Cases Reported, Hospitalizations FlatMore than 550 new coronavirus cases were reported Wednesday morning as the state passes 92,000 total cases in Maryland.
Virginia First State To Try Pandemic App From Apple, GoogleVirginia has rolled out a smartphone app to automatically notify people if they might have been exposed to the coronavirus, becoming the first U.S. state to use new pandemic technology created by Apple and Google.