Maryland Reaches Vaccine Milestone With 99 Percent Of Seniors VaccinatedGovernor Larry Hogan announced that 99 percent of Maryland seniors have now received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to CDC data.
Who's Eligible? Maryland Authorizes Pfizer Booster Shots For Vulnerable Adults In Coronavirus FightMaryland immediately authorized Pfizer booster shots following the CDC director’s stamp of approval. Those eligible include everyone age 65 and older who has been fully vaccinated for six months, adults with certain underlying health conditions, adults living in congregate living, and those at risk because of their job.
Montgomery County Announces Fourth Annual Active Aging WeekMontgomery County officials announced their fourth annual Active Aging Week on Wednesday.
95% Of Maryland Seniors Have Received At Least One Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine, Hogan SaysMaryland has given at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 95% of the seniors in the state, Gov. Larry Hogan announced on Tuesday.
Baltimore Mayor Announces $9.6M In Housing Upgrades For SeniorsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced $9,650,000 in funding to support the Housing Upgrades to Benefit Seniors (HUBS) initiative.
SEED School Celebrates Seniors With BreakfastThe SEED School of Maryland held a breakfast for its 26 graduates. SEED is the state's only public boarding school that focuses on students who would succeed in a 24 learning environment.
Baltimore City Schools Offer Helpful Guide To Graduating Seniors During COVID-19 PandemicBaltimore city schools are offering a helpful guide for seniors to keep them on-track for graduating.
'Extremely Disappointing' | Baltimore County Public Schools Cancel Prom, All Senior Activities Due To COVID-19Baltimore County Public Schools have canceled prom amid the coronavirus pandemic and announced that graduation could be impacted as well.
Seniors More Likely To Work Longer In Big Metropolitan AreasSeniors in major metropolitan areas, especially in the Northeast and around Washington, D.C., are more likely to continue working past age 65 than those in other areas around the country,
Skyping The Doctor? Poll Shows It's Not Just For The YoungEvery morning, 92-year-old Sidney Kramer wraps a blood pressure cuff around his arm and steps on a scale, and readings of his heart health beam to a team of nurses — and to his daughter's smartphone — miles from his Maryland home.
Baltimore Officials Announce Resources For SeniorsBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Health Commissioner Leana Wen will announce a new initiative to provide resources and information for the city's seniors.
Market-Rate Apartments Come To Stadium PlaceThe $7.2 million Heritage Run at Stadium Place could just be the start for market-rate apartments for seniors on the site of old Memorial Stadium in Baltimore.
Meals On Wheels Face Hard Choices With Funding CutBudget cuts from Congress are forcing some Meals on Wheels providers to slash programs for seniors or shut down completely.
Federal Budget Cuts May Harm The Most VulnerableNonprofit groups in the Washington area say automatic budget cuts from Congress will likely slash services for low-income families, seniors and people with disabilities.
Opinion: Despite Obama Attacks Romney Will Win The Senior VoteObama has been moving the needle with seniors using distorted arguments about Social Security and Medicare. Fortunately for GOP presidential challenger Mitt Romney, seniors' top concern is the economy's struggles under Obama and seniors have overwhelming voted Republican in the last two presidential elections.