BA.2, Where Are You? Dominant Strain Hasn't Shown Signs Of Starting A SurgeIf BA.2 does go quietly, it may be because the US did such a poor job of stopping transmission of Omicron and the variants that came before it, that we have failed upward, bungling our way to a high level of immune protection.
Baltimore City Hall Reopens To The Public, Resumes In-Person MeetingsBaltimore City has come under pressure for being one of the last jurisdictions to re-open. The mayor has said he's been following scientific guidance.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Hit A Pandemic Low In The US, But Strain On Hospitals PersistsExperts say that many hospitals are still burdened by staffing shortages and other patients who are coming in sicker after postponing care during the height of the pandemic.
City Schools Providing COVID-19 Tests To Students Ahead Of Spring BreakBaltimore City Public Schools will provide COVID-19 test kits to students and school staff before Spring Break next month, the school system said.
What We Know About BA.2 -- Now The Dominant Cause Of Covid-19 In The USMost predictions about BA.2 in the US haven't been dire.
Maryland Man Accused Of Killing Pharmacist Brother In Rampage Ruled Incompetent To Stand TrialA Howard County judge has found Jeffrey Burnham—the 47-year-old Cumberland man accused of killing his brother, sister-in-law, and an elderly family friend—incompetent to stand trial.
Maryland Judiciary Ending COVID-19 Emergency Period, Effective April 4Remote proceedings scheduled to happen after the emergency period can proceed.
Where The US Stands On Covid-19 Vaccines For Children Under 5
Baltimore City Health Department Unveils Overhauled COVID-19 DashboardThe Baltimore City Health Department on Thursday unveiled an update to its COVID-19 dashboard, based on feedback from the community and public health experts.
Giants Of The Airline Industry Take United Front On Mask MandatesSome giants of the airline industry formed a united front on Wednesday and called on President Joe Biden to end federal requirements for mask mandates on planes. 
21 Murders In Baltimore This Month; Northwest Baltimore Leaders Reflect On Response After Mass ShootingChris Ervin and Joyce Smith have been fighting for their community of Howard Park.
Moderna Seeks Green Light For Vaccinating Toddlers And Young ChildrenModerna hopes to get the green light from the Food and Drug Administration “in the coming weeks” to give the youngest population a low-dose COVID-19 vaccine.
Baltimore Community Reacts After Test Assessments Show COVID-19 Pandemic Impact On Learning in MarylandThe Maryland State Board of Education presented data on Tuesday that showed how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted students in the state. 
Do You Have A Cold, The Flu Or Covid-19? Experts Explain How To Tell The DifferenceThe illnesses all share similar symptoms, sometimes making it hard to distinguish which is putting you under the weather.
With Omicron Sub-Variant Becoming More Prevalent, Anne Arundel County Officials Say They Have The Tools For Next WaveWith the Omicron sub-variant BA.2 now making up nearly one-quarter of U.S. COVID-19 cases, Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman on Tuesday encouraged residents with symptoms to get tested and, if positive, receive treatment to prevent a surge in hospitalizations.