Graduations, Proms Should Be Allowed 'As Long As We Follow All Health Advice,' Gov. Hogan SaysSome great news for graduating seniors -- graduations, proms and other "normal" senior activities will be possible "as long as we follow all health advice."
Some Maryland Students Head Back To Classroom As Hybrid In-Person Learning BeginsHybrid learning begins across most districts in Maryland Monday, March 1.
Verizon Fios Outage Affects Users From Boston To DC, Including In BaltimoreInternet users across the northeast U.S. experienced widespread outages for several hours Tuesday, interrupting work and school because of an unspecified Verizon network issue.
$35.8M In Education Relief Funding To Go To Non-Public Maryland Schools Gov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that $35.8 million in federal COVID-19 relief funding for non-public schools. 
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Calls On Schools To Move To Hybrid In-Person Learning By March 1Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Thursday "urgently" called on local school systems to return to hybrid in-person learning by no later than March 1.
City Schools Staff Hold Car Rally, Worried About Safety Should Schools Reopen As COVID Pandemic ContinuesWith the uncontrolled spread of COVID-19 over the past several weeks, some educators in Baltimore are worried about safety inside school buildings.
BCPS Parents Report Issues With Google MeetsBaltimore County Public Schools parents are reporting issues with Google Meets Friday morning, creating login issued for students who are distance learning.
Howard County Announces $6.5M In COVID-19 Pandemic AidHoward County Executive Calvin Ball filed emergency legislation to reallocate $6.5 million of county funds in fiscal year 2021 for coronavirus pandemic aid.
Many Maryland Public Schools Switch To All Virtual Learning Thursday After Winter StormMaryland public school students will continue to learn virtually Thursday as the season's first major winter storm rolled through the state Wednesday bringing snow, sleet and freezing rain with it. 
Baltimore City Schools Website Back Up After Briefly Going DownThe Baltimore City Schools website is back up after it went down for a bit. Engineers worked on determining and resolving the issue.
Maryland School Officials Ask That Teachers, School Staff And Child Care Professionals Be Added To COVID Vaccine Priority ListMaryland Schools Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon is requesting that teachers, school staff and child care professionals be added to the priority list for the COVID-19 vaccine.