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.
'It's Still Not Helping Everybody': Hogan Lays Part Of Blame For Unemployment Issues With Federal GovernmentGov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday addressed the continued hurdles some Marylanders have had trying to get unemployment benefits, saying that while the state has processed more than 400,000 unemployment claims, the system is "still not helping everybody."
Johns Hopkins Researchers Raise Concerns About 'False Negative' COVID-19 TestsJohns Hopkins School of Public Health researchers are expressing concerns that people are testing negative for COVID-19 when they are actually infected with the virus.
'It's Completely Devastating' | Johns Hopkins Doctor Who Lost His Brother To COVID-19 Shares Emotional StoryDoctor Joseph Cofrancesco considers himself a “hands on” physician and professor.
Deadline For Triple Crown Nominations Extended To June 3The final deadline to nominate horses to the rescheduled Triple Crown series is June 3.
Maryland Reaches Goal Of 10K COVID-19 Tests Conducted Per Day; Rate Of Positive Results Drops By More Than Half, Hogan SaysAs the number of coronavirus cases and tests in Maryland continues to grow, the rate of people testing positive for the virus has dropped by more than half, Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday.
Who's Open, Who's Closed: County-By-County Breakdown As Maryland ReopensThe state of Maryland's stay-at-home order will end at 5 p.m. on Friday, under Gov. Larry Hogan's orders- but not every area of the state says it's ready to move into phase one of reopening.
Six Flags America Implements New Safety Measures Ahead Of ReopeningSix Flags America is preparing for the new normal ahead of its reopening. 
Megabus To Resume Operations In Baltimore With Limited CapacityMegabus announced Tuesday it will resume operations throughout some of the region beginning next week. 
Latino Communities In Maryland Hit Hard By Coronavirus Pandemic; Advocates Urge Hogan To Offer Aid To Undocumented ImmigrantsThe coronavirus pandemic is hitting the Latino community particularly hard across the nation, and Baltimore City is no exception. 
What's Old Is New: Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Milkmen Return To Delivery Routes In MarylandFor those old enough to remember, the milkman used to be a staple in most neighborhoods across the country. Now, it appears this at-home delivery service is making a comeback.