Maryland State Police Joins Agencies In Campaign To Protect First RespondersThe Maryland State Police is joining agencies across the country in a national campaign aimed at keeping first responders safe.
Hogan Submits Supplemental Budget Aimed At Supporting First Responders, HomeownersGov. Larry Hogan has submitted a $480 million supplemental budget to the General Assembly aimed and providing economic support to Maryland’s first responders, renters, homeowners, and economic development in rural Maryland.
Vaccine Mandate To Kick In For First Wave Of Health WorkersWhile the requirement is welcomed by some, others fear it will worsen already serious staff shortages if employees quit rather than comply.
Annapolis, Anne Arundel Fire Departments Ask For Public's Help To Alleviate COVID-19 Strain On First RespondersThe Annapolis and Anne Arundel County fire departments are asking for the community's help in alleviating the strain its first responders are facing as a result of the strain COVID-19 and its variants are causing.
Neighbors, Good Samaritans, Recount Fire That Left A Mother & Her Two Children Dead, Six Others InjuredA tragic situation in Northeast Baltimore this morning left a mother and her two children dead in an early morning fire.
On Crash Responder Safety Week, MDOT Worker Recounts Being Hit By A Car Four TimesEvery day Steven Stinchcomb goes to work as an emergency response technician, he knows he’s risking his life. Stinchcomb has been hit by a car four times in his career.
Crash Responder Safety Week Urges Motorists To Slow Down Approaching Traffic IncidentsIn an effort to protect first responders at accident scenes, Gov. Larry Hogan has declared Nov. 8 to 14 as Crash Responder Safety Week in Maryland.
First Responders Say Many MD Drivers Do Not Move Over Or Slow Down For Vehicles Offering Roadside AssistanceMaryland law requires that drivers move over for vehicles providing roadside assistance or slow down if it is not safe to change lanes, but an overwhelming majority of first responders said motorists are not following the rule, according to a new survey.
Man Rescued From House Fire In Baltimore, Reports SayInitial reports say a man was rescued from the second floor and taken to Shock Trauma for smoke inhalation.
Who's Eligible? Maryland Authorizes Pfizer Booster Shots For Vulnerable Adults In Coronavirus FightMaryland immediately authorized Pfizer booster shots following the CDC director’s stamp of approval. Those eligible include everyone age 65 and older who has been fully vaccinated for six months, adults with certain underlying health conditions, adults living in congregate living, and those at risk because of their job.
Biden Signs Bill Awarding Medals To Jan. 6 First RespondersPresident Joe Biden on Thursday offered “profound gratitude” to law enforcement officers who responded to the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection as he signed legislation to award them Congressional Gold Medals for their service.
Baltimore City First Responders Take First Doses Of COVID VaccineThe initial doses of the coronavirus vaccines were delivered to some of Baltimore city's first responders on Tuesday.
COVID Study: Howard County Safety Precautions Are Protecting First Responders From Coronavirus Howard County government is taking a data-driven approach as they look to see what has been working to protect first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Search & Rescue Teams From Maryland, Virginia Head To Gulf To Help With Hurricane Laura ResponseSearch and rescue teams from Maryland and Virginia fire departments are on their way to Louisiana and Texas to help with the response after Hurricane Laura made landfall as a Category 4 storm.
Ruth's Chris Pikesville Serves Free Lunch To Baltimore County First RespondersRuth's Chris Steakhouse in Pikesville gave away free lunch to Baltimore County first responders on Monday.