Baltimore Man Lloyd Simon Pleads Guilty To Robbing Same Bank Twice In A WeekA 71-year-old Baltimore man pleaded guilty Friday to robbing the same bank twice in one week in 2019, the U.S. Attorney's Office For Maryland said.
University of Maryland Medical System Pledges $1.2M To Ease Food InsecurityThe University of Maryland Medical System is committing $1.2 million to address food insecurity issues in communities across the state that are served by the organization's 13 hospitals, according to a hospital statement.
Best Hospitals In Maryland As Ranked By US News & World ReportThe U.S. News & World Report released its rankings of Best Hospitals this week and in Maryland, Johns Hopkins Hospital ranks no. 1 in the state followed by University of Maryland Medical Center, University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center.
75 Baltimore-Area Kids Getting Vaccinated As Part Of Moderna TrialSeventy-five Baltimore-area children participated in a clinical trial at the University of Maryland Medical Center to make sure the Covid-19 vaccines are safe for other children.
First Healthcare Workers Vaccinated As Initial Doses Of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Arrive In MarylandMultiple Maryland healthcare workers received the first of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccines Monday after the vaccines arrived in the state.
'A Much More Cohesive Approach': Maryland Hospitals Gearing Up For New Wave Of COVID-19 PatientsMore than 1,500 people were being treated for COVID-19 in Maryland hospitals Wednesday, and while the number fell slightly, a number of hospitals across the state are gearing up for a new wave of patients.
University Of Maryland Medical Center Set To Open 16-Bed Modular Care Unit For COVID-19 PatientsAs COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Maryland, the University of Maryland Medical Center is set to open its new modular care unit to care for coronavirus patients.
UMMC Building Modular Care Unit Ahead Of Possible Fall Surge In Coronavirus CasesThe University of Maryland Medical Center is building a modular care unit for what it calls an anticipated fall surge of coronavirus cases.
Chinese-American Volunteers From Maryland Work To Help Healthcare Workers During COVID-19 PandemicA Maryland group of Chinese Americans from Howard and Montgomery counties were motivated to help out in the struggle to get PPE after they saw how bad the pandemic was in China.
Coronavirus Latest: UMD Nursing School Asking For Help Sewing Cloth MasksStaff, students and alumni of the University of Maryland School of Nursing have sewn hundreds of cloth masks for medical workers and now they're asking the community to join in the effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
UMMC Delivers Boxed Meals To Families In Need During COVID-19 PandemicThe University of Maryland Medical Center is delivering food to Baltimore City families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
'We've Got Nothing But Time': Medical Students Step Up To Care For Kids Of Healthcare Workers On Front Lines Of Coronavirus PandemicWith the flood of COVID-19 cases in Maryland, medical professionals need to be at work more urgently now than ever, but many have seen their child care evaporate or become more uncertain.
Coronavirus Resources: UMMC Blood Drive At UMB Fills All Slots But Don't Worry, There's Another Drive April 7In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, thousands of events have been canceled- including blood drives. But that doesn't mean there's any less of a need for blood.
15-Year-Old Staying At UMMC Stabs Woman Recovering From Surgery Down The Hall, Police SayA 15-year-old patient at the University of Maryland Medical Center was charged in the stabbing of a woman who was recovering from a surgery at the hospital, police said.
High Schooler Collects 200K Diapers For Baltimore Families In NeedA 16-year-old's search for a service project resulted in a collection that will help countless area families avoid worrying about an essential baby item this Christmas: diapers.