US Naval Academy Changes Schedule To Remove Thanksgiving Break Due To CoronavirusMidshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis will now not have a Thanksgiving break this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Morgan State University Serves Baltimore As Early Voting, Election Day Polling CenterMorgan State's Edward P. Hurt Gymnasium will serve as an early voting and election day voting center, the University announced Friday.
Maryland Senate Panel Begins Police Reform HearingsA Maryland Senate panel began three days of hearings on police accountability Tuesday, with Democrats calling for long overdue reforms and Republicans criticizing the process for lacking their inclusion so far.
Firefighters Battle Two-Alarm Blaze At Apartment Complex In HagerstownFirefighters battled a two-alarm fire at a Hagerstown apartment complex Tuesday, the Maryland State Fire Marshal's office said.
Hogan Makes Final Push For Marylanders To Fill Out Census Ahead Of September 30 DeadlineWith just days left in September, time is running out to fill out the 2020 Census.
A Rare Blue Moon Will Light Up The Sky On HalloweenThe night sky on Halloween will be illuminated by a blue moon, the second full moon in a month.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Falls Again, Hospitalizations Up As State Nears 121K CasesMaryland's coronavirus positivity rate, already at its lowest level since the pandemic began, fell again Tuesday, the state's health department reported.
Coronavirus In Maryland: State Sees Lowest Positivity Rate Since MarchMaryland reports 412 new coronavirus cases Monday morning- the exact same increase as Sunday, as the state sees the lowest positivity rate since March.
These 63 Bed Bath & Beyond Stores, Including 3 In Maryland, Are Set To Close By The End Of 2020Bed Bath & Beyond has announced the first 63 stores it will close by the end of the year as part of a restructuring plan brought on by Covid-19.
Baltimore Police Charge Marquis Dukes With Attempted First-Degree Murder In September 2 ShootingPolice arrested a man on September 17 for a shooting that left a man injured earlier in the month.
Airbags Stolen From Multiple Cars In Hanover, Police SayPolice are investigating a spree of thefts from vehicles where airbags were taken in Hanover over the weekend.
Man Wanted After Setting Store Counter On Fire, Robbing Tobacco Store In LaurelPolice are searching for a suspect after he allegedly set a store counter on fire, robbed the clerk at a tobacco and vape shop in Laurel on Sunday.
Police Seek Suspect Identified In Murder Of 27-Year-Old Glen Burnie Man Fillmore James BurrissPolice have identified a suspect in the shooting death of the 27-year-old Glen Burnie man Fillmore James Burriss and are asking the public's help in finding him.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore County Aligns With Maryland's Stage 3 Plan, Opening At 75% Capacity Indoor DiningBaltimore County will continue to align with the state's reopening actions, and will allow restaurants to increase to 75 percent capacity starting Monday at 5 p.m.
Baltimore City Schools Meal Site Closed Monday For Potential COVID-19 CaseA Baltimore City Schools meal site is closed Monday for deep cleaning, the school system announced earlier Monday morning.