Coronavirus Updates: Walk-Up COVID-19 Testing Site Will Open Monday In AnnapolisA walk-up COVID-19 testing site will open next week in Annapolis, but will only accept patients with appointments.
Coronavirus Latest: 3 Drive-Up COVID-19 Testing Sites Open At Locations Normally Used For Emission TestingCoronavirus testing has expanded now to several locations normally used for vehicle emission testing.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Upper Chesapeake Health Testing Pre-Screened Patients In Parking LotUpper Chesapeake Health, a part of the University of Maryland Medical System, is offering testing of pre-screened, physician-ordered coronavirus patients starting Friday.
Third Person Now Being Tested For Coronavirus In MarylandA third person is being tested in Maryland for the coronavirus, according to the state health department.
Advocates Want Less Testing In Md. Schools, Rank 49th For Test PrepAdvocates are calling for fewer standardized tests in Maryland's public schools.
Frederick Co. Considering Policy On Student Testing RefusalsThe Frederick County Board of Education is considering a policy to guide county schools when students refuse to take state standardized tests.
Md. Teachers Launching Campaign To Cut Number Of Standardized TestsAre Maryland students being tested too much? That's the concern of thousands of teachers across the state.
Army Unit From Md. Packing Up Ebola Mobile Labs In LiberiaA U.S. military medical unit from Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland is packing up four mobile Ebola testing laboratories in Liberia after a nearly four-month deployment.
Md. Court: DNA Evidence At Trial Must Be ConfirmedMaryland's highest court has ruled that criminal defendants cannot present evidence of DNA matches to other suspects at trial unless the results have been confirmed by more testing.
Schools In Baltimore's Poorest Neighborhoods Outpacing Others StatewideCracking the code. They are schools in the city's poorest neighborhoods. But when it comes to good grades and top test scores, students are outpacing other children in more affluent areas statewide.
Md. Gets Waiver On Federal Sanctions Over TestingStudents trying out a new standardized test this year won't have to take overlapping portions of a test already in use, the state announced Friday. The federal government has granted a waiver to avoid double-testing.