US Reports Second-Highest Day Of Coronavirus Cases Since Pandemic Began, With Highest Day FridayIn Maryland, the governor said this week family gatherings were the No. 1 source of transmission in the state, followed by house parties.
Local Doctor Says Wearing A Mask Will Be 'Crucial' To Stopping Spread Of COVID-19 This WinterAs the COVID-19 pandemic continues on and cases spike across the country, there are concerns among health officials about fatigue and complacency, which could lead to a further spread of the virus.
Custom Furniture Company Makes Desks For Baltimore City Students Learning VirtuallyA custom furniture company in Baltimore found a way to use their talents to help kids learning virtually during the coronavirus pandemic.
Volunteers Deliver Meals To Senior Citizens Across Baltimore Amid Coronavirus PandemicUMMC and community members came together at Baltimore City Community College to deliver thousands of meals to local senior residents.
Rehoboth Beach Tree Lighting, Sing-Along Canceled This Year Due To COVID-19 RestrictionsThe City of Rehoboth Beach announced this week it will not host a public tree lighting and sing-along this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Howard County Board Of Elections Receives COVID-19 Response Grant From Center For Tech And Civic LifeCounty Executive Calvin Ball and the Howard County Board of Elections announced that Howard County received a COVID-19 response grant of nearly $700,000 from the Center for Tech and Civic Life.
Mayor Jack Young Approves Plan Allowing Fans At M&T Bank Stadium For Ravens-Steelers GameThe next time the Baltimore Ravens take to the field for a home game, they'll be able to have fans in the stands.
Howard County School Board Approves Health Metrics For Returning Students To ClassroomsHoward County is the latest school district to lay out a plan to return students to the classrooms.
'It's A Shot In The Arm' | Despite $250M In Relief From State, Small Businesses Worry It Won't Be EnoughAs businesses across Maryland continue to struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic, a new dose of economic aid is coming from the State's rainy day fund.
Maryland State Board Of Elections Reminds Voters To Wear Mask, Social Distance At The PollsThe Maryland State Board of Elections wants to remind voters to wear a mask when they show up to the polls for early voting or on Election Day.
Baltimore County Schools' Students, Parents Invited To Provide Feedback On First Quarter InstructionBaltimore County Public Schools’ students, parents and caregivers are invited to complete an online survey about their experiences with virtual learning during the first quarter of the 2020-2021 school year.
Wearing Masks Could Save More Than 100,000 US Lives Through February, New Study SuggestsIf 95% of Americans wore masks in public, more than 100,000 lives could be saved from Covid-19 through February, a new modeling study suggests.
Convalescent Plasma Did Not Reduce COVID-19 Deaths Or Keep Patients From Severe Illness In New StudyIn a new study, convalescent plasma did not reduce deaths among Covid-19 patients or prevent moderate disease from becoming severe.
Coronavirus In Maryland: 712 New Cases Reported, Hospitalizations FlatMaryland reported 712 new coronavirus cases and eight new deaths Friday as the positivity rate remained nearly flat, data from the state's health department showed.
Labor Department Reports 23K New Unemployment Claims In Maryland, Down From Previous WeekMaryland saw more than 23,000 new unemployment claims last week, the state's labor department reported Thursday.