Baltimore Police Adjust Microzones To Target Neighborhoods With Higher Crime RatesBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison announced Wednesday a shift in the city's crime targeting strategy.
Jimmy's Famous Seafood Fund To Help Struggling Restaurants Surpasses $300KThe Jimmy's Famous Seafood Fund continues to grow, as does the effort to save Baltimore bars and restaurants struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
NBA Adjusts Schedules For Virus-Affected Teams, Like WizardsWashington’s second-half schedule might not be as jam-packed as first thought, after the NBA said Wednesday it was rescheduling some Wizards games after a half-dozen of their contests were postponed in recent weeks for virus-related reasons.
SMILE Laser Eye Surgery Becoming Increasingly Popular As Glasses Users Deal With Mask Fog Amid COVID-19 PandemicA new type of eye surgery has become increasingly popular during the COVID-19 pandemic because many people are finding their glasses fogging up when wearing a mask.
Want To Get The COVID-19 Vaccination In Maryland? Here’s What You Need To Know County-By-CountyWhile Marylanders waits for more covid-19 vaccines and the state to open six mass vaccination sites, local health departments are setting up their own plans to manage the demand for vaccines.
New Online Referral Portal Lets Maryland Physicians Refer COVID Patients For Monoclonal Antibody Treatments A new online referral portal will allow Maryland physicians to refer COVID-19 patients for monoclonal antibody treatment at certain locations across the state, the Maryland Department of Health announced Wednesday.
COVID In Maryland: Over 1.9K Cases, 33 Deaths ReportedMaryland reports 1,939 coronavirus cases and 33 deaths in the last 24 hours as the state positivity rate continues to drop Wednesday morning.
Single-Dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Would Be A 'Game Changer,' Maryland Officials SayAs states desperately await for more doses of the limited coronavirus vaccines created by Pfizer and Moderna, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is hoping that another company will begin producing their version of their COVID-19 vaccine soon.
Wellness Made Easy: 3 Basics For Better HealthWellness has 3 basic components: a balanced diet, regular exercise and wise lifestyle choices.
Some Harford County Students Will Return To School Once A Week Starting March 1Harford County Public Schools announced they would have elementary students return to in-person learning once a week starting March 1, followed by secondary students on March 15.
LifeBridge Health Clarifies Steps To Register For COVID-19 Vaccination Through Their Hospital SystemLifeBridge Health is clarifying their process to register for covid-19 vaccination after they received several inquiries from people who were confused around vaccine scheduling.
Maryland Expands Phase 1 COVID Vaccine Eligibility For Severely Immunocompromised MarylandersMaryland will expand Phase 1 eligibility for some immunocompromised Marylanders starting next week.
COVID Latest: Cecil County Public Schools To Bring Students Back One Day A WeekCecil County Public Schools will reopen schools for students one day a week, or at 25% capacity, starting February 8.
FEMA Gives Maryland Over $219.5M In COVID-19 Vaccine Federal FundingMaryland has received over $219.5 million in federal funding from FEMA for coronavirus vaccine distribution costs.
COVID In Maryland: Over 1.4K Cases Added As Hospitalizations Down, Positivity Rate Still Below 7%Hospitalizations are down but deaths are up Tuesday morning as Maryland reports 1,482 new coronavirus cases.