Maryland Gov. Hogan Warns 'Acting Recklessly' Could Spike COVID-19 Numbers, Threaten Economy Even MoreMore coronavirus-related restrictions will be lifted this Friday, May 29 in Maryland, but Gov. Larry Hogan warned that if people act "recklessly" it could prevent the state from opening faster and even lead to a spike in COVID-19 numbers. He was shocked to see the photos and videos from Ocean City, Maryland over the holiday weekend.
Cooler Weather Keeps Memorial Day Weekend Crowds At Bay Sunday In Ocean City, MarylandThe crowds that flocked to the beach and boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland, for the Memorial Day weekend seemed to subside Sunday morning as temperatures hovered in the low to mid-50s.
For Some, Necessary Isolation From Coronavirus Is Detrimental To Mental, Physical HealthSocial distancing and staying home have proven essential for flattening the coronavirus curve and minimizing harm from the virus, but research shows that these unprecedented guidelines to match our unprecedented times may negatively impact mental and physical health among Americans.
Officials Concerned Visitors At Catoctin Mountain Park Aren't Following Social Distancing GuidelinesOfficials with the National Park Service are concerned that visitors at Catoctin Mountain Park are not following social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Ocean City, Maryland Open For Visitors This Memorial Day Weekend, But There Are Some RestrictionsOcean City, Maryland is open to visitors this Memorial Day weekend, but it will be a little different than what's expected as some coronavirus-related restrictions remain.
Motorists Should Expect To Slow Down Near Patterson Park As Mayor Expands 'Slow Streets' Pilot ProgramTo help with social distancing around Patterson Park, the mayor's office says it's expanding its Slow Streets Pilot Program to the southeast Baltimore neighborhood.
12-Year-Old Girl Missing From Randallstown Last Seen TuesdayPolice said Stephanie is suffering emotional distress and anyone who sees her should call 911.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Council Weighing Plan To Temporarily Close Streets To Allow For More ExercisingThe Baltimore City Council is considering a plan that would temporarily create more space on city streets for pedestrians and bicyclists trying to exercise while also abiding by social distancing recommendations.
Coronavirus Latest: Roads Around Lake Montebello Closed For Essential ExercisePeople now may have an easier time walking or exercising around Lake Montebello and are encouraged to do so as long as they practice social distancing.
Family Celebrates World War II Veteran's Birthday With Drive-By ParadeThe family of a Maryland World War II veteran found the perfect way to celebrate his 99th birthday while also following social distancing guidelines.
'Welcome To My Crib': Texas ER Doctor Stays In Kids' Treehouse To Social Distance From Family Amid Coronavirus PandemicAn emergency room doctor in Corpus Christi, Texas, thought of a creative way to distance himself from his family and still stay close while on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: More Marylanders Staying At Home Amid Pandemic, Researchers SayResearchers have published a website showing which parts of the country are staying at home and practicing good social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Has Seen Progress In Flattening Curve, But Mayor Says 'This Is No Time To Let Up'Baltimore's efforts to combat the spread of the coronavirus appear to be working, but the city shouldn't get complacent, Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young stressed Tuesday.
Coronavirus Response: Baltimore City Council Favors Requiring Everyone To Wear Masks In PublicThe Baltimore City Council is asking Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young to issue an executive order requiring everyone in the city to wear masks or face coverings while out in public amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: City Rec & Parks Take Away All Playground, Exercise Equipment After Some Residents Ignore Calls For Social DistancingDespite reminders to maintain social distancing throughout the city, some Baltimore residents have still been using city parks and playgrounds, Mayor Young said Monday.