UMD Asks Students In Denton Hall To 'Restrict Activities' After Surge In COVID-19 Cases ReportedThe union that represents the more than 3,400 employees at the University of Maryland College Park says workers are concerned for their own safety following what they report is an increase in coronavirus cases on campus.
Anne Arundel County Police Warn Parents To Monitor Children's Online ActivityA warning from Anne Arundel County police urges parents to monitor their children's online activity and use of social media. 
Coronavirus Latest: Masks Will Be Required For All Maryland Students, Staff When Schools Reopen, 'Local Flexibility' Allowed For FallFace coverings will be required for all students and staff if and when Maryland schools reopen, state officials said Wednesday.
Baltimore's Duck Duck Goose Restaurant Temporarily Closes Due To COVID-19 ConcernsDuck Duck Goose in Baltimore's Fells Point is temporarily closing due to COVID-19 concerns. 
Reopening After COVID-19: Maryland Zoo Will Reopen June 24 To Members, June 27 To General PublicThe Maryland Zoo will reopen following a three-month closure due to the coronavirus on Wednesday, June 24, but it will be for members only. They will reopen to the general public on June 27.
'Expectations Of Safety' Are Greatest Obstacles In Economy's Road To Recovery, Prof SaysWith so much uncertainty in the world, economic recovery will be a long, slow process.
Maryland Enters Stage 2 Of Coronavirus Recovery Plan FridayMaryland will enter the second phase of its coronavirus recovery plan Friday.
Reopening Maryland: Bengie's Drive-In Hopes To Open Next WeekBengie's Drive-In is getting ready to reopen following the green light from Maryland's governor lifting more coronavirus restrictions and allowing outdoor theaters to reopen Friday.
New AAA Study Says New Technology May Create Distractions While DrivingNew technology designed to help drivers may be distracting them.
Baltimore DOT Celebrates International Walk To School Day, Gives Safety Tips To Students, ParentsWednesday is International Walk To School Day, and Baltimore leaders, teachers and children alike were seen walking to Mt. Royal Elementary/Middle School in Bolton Hill. 
'Seat Belts Look Good On You' Campaign Aims To Get Teens To Buckle UpThe Maryland Department of Transportation and Motor Vehicle Administration Thursday announced a new initiative to lower the number of fatalities from drivers and passengers who don't wear a seatbelt in the car.