10 Stories That Made Us Smile, Brought Us Together In 2020Despite the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on Maryland, there were numerous stories of hope, survival and love this year. Here are ten that brought Marylanders together.
2,100 Bags Packed For Baltimore's Families In Need As A Part Of Week-Long Mitzvah DayThe Jewish Volunteer Connection is helping out the community this Christmas eve during its annual Mitzvah event by assembling care packages for those in need.
Maryland Zoo's Zoo Lights Event Raises 800 Toys For Kids At Sinai Children's HospitalThe Maryland Zoo helped put smiles on the faces of kids at Sinai's Samuelson Children's Hospital Wednesday, dropping off hundreds of toys from visitors at the zoo's Zoo Lights event.
Santa Visits Baltimore County On Special Lawnmower Ahead Of Christmas EveSanta Claus is getting ready to make his trip around the world Thursday night, but before he zips across the globe with presents for good boys and girls everywhere, he's been spotted making the rounds in Baltimore County.
Baltimore's Franciscan Center Plans To Serve 2,500 Meals In 24 Hours To The Homeless, First RespondersMembers of the Franciscan Center are planning to pull an all-nighter Wednesday night to feed the homeless and essential workers who will be on the job on Christmas Eve.
Atwater's Christmas Cookie Decorating Kits Helping Families In Need This Holiday SeasonA Baltimore restaurant is partnering with a local nonprofit to help those in need this holiday season in the form of cookies.
It's A Boy! Orioles Outfielder Austin Hays, Wife Welcome SonJust three days before Christmas, Baltimore Orioles outfielder Austin Hays welcomed a new bundle of joy into the world!
3 Baltimore Area Families Get Free Vehicles Just Before Christmas Thanks To Nonprofit Vehicles For ChangeThree families in the Baltimore area got the gift of transportation just before Christmas this year.
Beats Not Bullets Program Shows Baltimore Teens How Rap Can Teach Life Skills, LessonsBaltimore teenagers are learning how rap can teach life skills and lessons in a relatively new program teaching "rap education."
Baltimore Teachers Deliver Christmas Presents To Students After COVID-19 Prevents In-Person Holiday CelebrationTeachers often wear multiple hats in the classroom, and on Monday, some Baltimore teachers added another: Santa's helpers.
'Provide Hope' | United Way Of Central Maryland Assembles Over 200 Christmas Packages For Families In BaltimoreOn Friday, the United Way of Central Maryland pulled off a Christmas miracle with the help of DoorDash.
Server Gets $2,020 Tip At Evelyn's Restaurant In Annapolis Days Before COVID Restrictions Pause Regular DiningA server in an Annapolis restaurant picked up a check last weekend to find a generous tip- of $2,020.
Baltimore, Westminster Police Departments Hold Their Annual Shop With A Cop EventThe Baltimore and Westminster police departments each held their annual Shop With a Cop event Saturday.
MedStar Franklin Square Releases Its 1,000th COVID-19 PatientMedStar Franklin Square Medical Center celebrated a huge milestone this week. They discharged their 1,000th COVID-19 patient, an 83-year-old from Rosedale.
Cecil County Sheriff's Deputies Help Escort Santa To Surprise Teen For Their BirthdayDeputies at the Cecil County Sheriff's Office, along with officers at the University of Delaware Police Department, made one 15-year-old's birthday very special this year!