Harford County To Begin Accepting Applications For COVID-19 Relief Grants For Businesses, NonprofitsHarford County officials announced that they will begin accepting applications for grants to help local businesses and nonprofits with telework and online operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Mayor Scott Announces $2 Million In Relief Funds For NonprofitsThis is the second round of funding from the 2021 Baltimore Nonprofit Relief Fund, a program created to help nonprofits deal with the negative financial impacts and unexpected costs of COVID-19.
Maryland Public Service Commission Announces $83M In State Funding To Assist With Past Due Utility BillsThe Maryland Public Service Commission announced $83 million in state funding to help assist Maryland residents with electric and gas utility bills. 
Maryland Officials Announce More COVID-19 Relief For Renters, Grants To Help Build More Affordable HousingMaryland officials announced $12 million more in rental housing assistance and announced additional funding to help build more affordable housing in the state, as some residents continue to struggle through the coronavirus pandemic. 
Wonder Opens Hurricane Relief Benefit With 'Lean On Me'Stevie Wonder asked television viewers across to "Lean on Me" and a collection of celebrities encouraged people watching a telethon for hurricane relief to open their wallets on Tuesday.
2 Fallen Marines Added To Military School's Hall Of HeroesTwo Marines who were killed while on a relief mission in Nepal have been inducted into the Defense Information School's Hall of Heroes.
Feds Give $102M In Storm Prevention To 11 States, Including Md. Eleven states in the eastern U.S. will share $102.7 million in grants from the federal government to protect against future storms, with the greatest amount of funded projects in New Jersey and New York.
WEATHER BLOG: Slight Relief Before The Next StormWe'll benefit from some relief from the arctic chill Saturday.
Filipino Family In Baltimore To Hold Benefit Concert For Typhoon VictimsWeeks after a destructive typhoon wipes out thousands in the Philippines, residents are still rebuilding. And Baltimore families are doing their part to help.
Marylanders Doing Their Part To Help Residents In The PhilippinesResidents in the Philippines are still sorting through the wreckage of their homes left after Typhoon Haiyan. Now, local organizations here in Baltimore are doing their part to help.
Marylanders Roll Up Sleeves To Help Those Suffering In PhilippinesNearly a week after Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, hundreds of thousands of victims continue to struggle to survive. Almost 600,000 people are homeless.