Maryland Teachers Unions, PTA Send Letter To Gov. Hogan Calling For Virtual School Start Amid PandemicMaryland teachers’ unions are pushing the governor to keep classrooms closed for at least the first semester of the new school year, citing safety concerns during the COVID—19 pandemic.
Baltimore County Schools Superintended Says It May Be Best To ‘Lean Toward A Virtual Return’ For Next YearBaltimore County is one of many school districts trying to figure out how it will proceed come the start of the academic year.
Harford Community College Receives $1M Donation For Nursing ScholarshipsFuture nurses studying at Harford Community College are getting a boost.
Pfizer, BioNTech Phase One COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Showing Promise, UMD School Of Medicine SaysPreliminary data from the Pfizer, BioNTech Phase 1 mRNA COVID-19 vaccine trials are showing promise, according to the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Ampersea In Fells Point Temporarily Closed For Cleaning Due To Possible COVID-19 CaseAmpersea in Fells Point said Tuesday that the restaurant would temporarily close after an unscheduled employee told managers they were exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19.
Annapolis Restaurant Owner Donates Over 8K Half-Gallons Of Milk To Those In Need Across MarylandA restaurant owner in Annapolis is stepping up to help those in need amid the coronavirus pandemic.
BWI Airport Installs New Personal Protective Equipment Vending Machine For TravelersIf you're traveling anytime soon and forget your mask or hand sanitizer, don't worry.
Baltimore's YouthWorks Program Continues Virtually Amid COVID-19 PandemicThousands of Baltimore teens started their summer jobs this week through the city’s YouthWorks program.
Maryland Comptroller: Ahead Of Tax Day, State Is About 700K Returns ShortUp until March 23, it was a busy tax season at Cuomo’s Income Tax Service in southeast Baltimore; then, the coronavirus pandemic brought the world to a standstill.
Student-Run Group 'VolunTeens' Works To Connect High Schoolers With Local Non-Profit OrganizationsA student-run group out of Howard County with a mission to help connect high schoolers with local non-profits has been hard at work throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Howard County Residents Who Fall Behind On Rent, Mortgage During COVID-19 Pandemic Can Apply For HelpThere's help for people living in Howard County who may have fallen behind on their rent or mortgage.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Gov. Hogan Implores Local Leaders To Enforce Social Distancing, Mask Wearing At Bars, RestaurantsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan implored local leaders to enforce public health requirements, like physical distancing and masks, in bars and restaurants after the state has linked an increasing number of COVID-19 cases to non-compliance.
Doctor Warns Focus On COVID-19 Causing 'Disruption' In Cancer Screenings, Treatments: 'Resources, Attention Has Been Diverted Away'The President of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America discusses the impact of COVID-19 on cancer treatments and screenings and the main concerns right now for cancer patients.
Working From Home? You Could WFH In Barbados For A YearThose working remotely in the Covid-19 pandemic may soon be able to move the home office to Barbados, according to the Barbados Government Information Service.
City Schools Buys 10,000 Hotspots From T-Mobile To Give To Baltimore Students To Keep Them Connected Amid Coronavirus PandemicT-Mobile donated 10,000 WiFi hotspots to the Baltimore City Public School system to help keep students connected to online learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.