Emily Freeman, Bowie Native And Princess Cruise Lines Performer Stranded At Sea Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Now Back HomeFor over two months, a Bowie native was one of thousands of cruise ship workers stuck on board the Emerald Princess Ship after the CDC issued a no sail order amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maryland Food Bank Provided Nearly 4.5M Pounds Of Food In April To Families In NeedFor struggling families, the Maryland Food Bank has been a vital resource. In April, they distributed almost 4.5 million pounds of food, that’s 2 million pounds more than last April.
Renowned Photographer Gifts Graduating Baltimore School For The Arts Students Senior Prom PortraitsA Baltimore photographer is giving back to his students and helping them cap off their senior year despite the coronavirus.
Stevensville Woman Using Free Flowers To Spread Smiles Amid Coronavirus PandemicA woman's idea to spread smiles throughout her community amid the coronavirus pandemic is causing her generosity to rub off on others.
Baltimore Man Surprises People During Alcohol Deliveries Dressed Up As Elvis Presley, Other CostumesJimbo Glick, who works at Canton Crossing Wine & Spirits, has been dressing up as Elvis and other costumes while he delivers wine, beer and spirits to Baltimore residents to spread some fun and laughter as people are staying home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Prince George's County High School Fire Cadet Samarie Brackett Receives Emergency Services AwardA first-year student in Prince George's County's High School Fire Science Program was recently honored with an award for her efforts that helped save a life.
'It's Very Important' | Orioles Host Blood Drive As Donations Remain Needed During Coronavirus PandemicThe Baltimore Orioles teamed up with the American Red Cross, Budweiser and the University of Maryland Medical System to hold a blood drive on Saturday.
Baltimore Native Who Graduated At The Top Of Her Class From Spelman College Returns Home To Inspire Local YouthSpelman College in Atlanta, Georgia, has a small motto that holds a monumental meaning: “A Choice to Change the World”
'Meals For Healthcare Heroes' Programming Feeds Nursing Home Staff Members Across MarylandStaff at some of Maryland's nursing homes and assisted living facilities ate well this week.
10-Year-Old Baltimore Girl Publishes Children's Book 'Tell Me a Reason Why: A Skunk and Rat Story'A fourth grader published a children's book about friendship during Maryland's stay at home order. A Morgan State University student illustrated the book.
Rabbi's Family Raises More Than $7.5K To Buy Pulse Oximeters For Baltimore's Vulnerable Groups After Doctors Say They Could Detect COVID-19 EarlierPulse oximeters measure oxygen levels in the blood, which could serve as a warning for how coronavirus often attacks the body.
Maryland Man Who Survived Severe Complications From COVID-19 Being Called A 'Miracle' By DoctorsA Maryland man who spent nearly 30 days in the ICU as a result of COVID-19 is now home recovering.
Filbert Street Garden Says Stolen Goat Named Ed Has Been Returned Safe, Reunited With MotherThe group that runs a community garden in south Baltimore said Tuesday night that their stolen baby goat has been returned.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools Creates Banners To Honor Class Of 2020While their final year was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Anne Arundel County Public Schools wants its senior class to know how proud the district is of their accomplishments.
Group Creates Video To Say Thank You To Teachers At Carver Center In TowsonAs the 2019-2020 school year wraps up with all the hurdles students and teachers have had to face due to the coronavirus, a group at the George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology created a heartwarming video to thank school staff members.