Rabbi Bernard Freundel, Who Spied On Women Taking Ritual Baths At DC Synagogue Released From Prison Early Amid COVID-19 Pandemic68-year-old Bernard Freundel got released Wednesday 551 days earlier than his original sentence.
Coronavirus Latest: Prince George's County First Responder Tests Positive For COVID-19A Prince George's County first responder has tested positive for the coronavirus, the county's fire department said Tuesday evening.
Coronavirus Latest: Employees At 2 Prince George's County Schools Test Positive For COVID-19Two employees at two Prince George's County high schools have tested positive for the coronavirus, the school system said Friday evening.
Coronavirus Latest: Montgomery County Schools Loaning Out Chromebooks For Students During ClosureWith schools closed for another month due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Montgomery County Public School system is loaning out computers for students who need them to do their homework.
Chef José Andrés Donates 800 Masks To Johns Hopkins Hospital Amid Coronavirus PandemicFamous chef José Andrés donated hundreds of masks to medical workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital Thursday as the hospital and countless others across the world respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Secret Service Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19A U.S. Secret Service employee has tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, the agency said Sunday night.
DC Using Street, Metro Stop Closures To Deter Crowds From Flocking To Cherry BlossomsAs signature cherry blossom trees go through peak bloom in the nation's capital, officials in the District of Columbia are resorting to mass street closures to keep large crowds away in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: FedEx Field Could Become COVID-19 Testing Site; National Guard Helping Set UpA caravan of National Guard vehicles made their way through Baltimore Friday en route to FedEx Field, which officials said could become a coronavirus testing site.
Coronavirus Latest: 59-Year-Old Man First COVID-19 Death In DCA 59-year-old man is the first person to die from the coronavirus in Washington, D.C., health officials said Friday.
Coronavirus Latest: Officials Urge Cherry Blossom Viewers To Avoid Metro; Working On Way To Watch OnlineWhile a number of events that were part of Washington, D.C.'s annual Cherry Blossom Festival have been canceled due to the coronavirus, the blossoms are nearing peak bloom and you can still go check them out.
Police: Man Shot By Officer Had Rifle, Ignored CommandsA Maryland man who was shot and killed by police was armed with a rifle and ignored commands to show his hands and get on the ground when officers entered his home, police said in a statement Tuesday.