Coronavirus Closings: Pratt Library Offering Online Job Search Help, Tutoring While Buildings Remain ClosedPratt Libraries will remain closed through the state of emergency, library officials announced Friday, but are offering a number of services to help the unemployed find jobs, students with online learning and tutoring and even making 3D printed protective gear for healthcare workers. That's in addition to the eLibrary being operational 24/7.
Coronavirus Impacts: Annapolis Film Festival To Be Streamed Online This YearThe Annapolis Film Festival is now going virtual amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
'I'm Not Messing With You' | Former WJZ Staffer, Baltimore Native Deion Broxton Becomes Viral Hit Over Yellowstone Bison VideoEast Baltimore native Deion Broxton was working his job as a reporter for NBC Montana Wednesday when his camera caught his now-viral reaction as a herd of bison started walking toward him.
Coronavirus Closings: National Aquarium Extends Closure Through April 26The National Aquarium is extending its coronavirus-related closure for another month, officials said Thursday.
WJZ Traffic Reporter Sharon Gibala Talks About Having A Newborn In The House AgainLinh Bui caught up with Sharon, her husband Baltimore Blast captain Tony Donatelli, and baby Sophia on Facetime.
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.
Surprise! With Birthday Plans Dashed Due To Coronavirus, 7-Year-Old Maryland Girl's Friends Make Her A ParadeA group of well-wishers gave a Maryland girl whose birthday plans were canceled due to the coronavirus a very special surprise.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Starts Online Concert Series Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe orchestra is putting on live-streamed concerts on Facebook Live while their in-person shows are canceled due to the virus.
People Are Curbing Their Stay-At-Home Anxiety The Analog Way: With PuzzlesPeople sharing their quarantine routines online seem to be fascinated by a recently revived -- and very analog -- solution: Jigsaw puzzles.
Something To Smile About | 5 Good News Stories In Maryland During The Coronavirus PandemicWe need something to smile about, here are some good news stories you may have missed.
Coronavirus Closings: Live Racing Paused At Laurel Park, Rosecroft RacewayDue to the coronavirus, live racing at Laurel Park and Rosecroft Raceway has been paused, the Maryland Jockey Club said Friday morning.
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.
Ideas For Parents Working From Home That Will Keep The Kids Busy During The Coronavirus PandemicHere are some crowdsourced ideas from parents about how to keep the kids busy while they are home for two weeks.
Coronavirus Latest: Preakness To Be Postponed, Likely To SeptemberThe Preakness Stakes in Baltimore, the second leg of the Triple Crown, is being postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.