VA Maryland Has Administered COVID Vaccines To 9,700 VeteransThe VA Maryland Health Care System has administered 9,700 first doses to veterans and 2,700 second doses.
95-Year-Old WWII Army Veteran First To Get COVID-19 Vaccine At Loch Raven VA Medical CenterA 95-year-old World War II Army Veteran and Purple Heart recipient has been vaccinated for COVID-19.
Baltimore Station Goes Virtual For Chili Cook-Off This Year, Benefitting Homeless VeteransAs organizations pivot during the pandemic, some have gotten creative with how they hold events in a safe way.
Maryland Department Of Veterans Affairs Surpasses 12K Telehealth Visits In 2020A major milestone reached in getting Veterans in Maryland the healthcare they need.
Rolling Memorial Day Bell Ceremony Remembers Fallen Maryland Service MembersA rolling ceremony on Memorial Day was smaller than normal, but organizers said it's still important to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect the country.
Babylon Vault Company Organizes Food Drive To Help Local VeteransA special event held Saturday in Carroll County helped our local veterans.
'Operation Roll Call' Launched To Support Maryland Veterans During COVID-19 PandemicThe state's Department of Health has launched an 'Operation Roll Call" to check in on Maryland's veterans during the coronavirus pandemic.
Paca House Gives Baltimore's Vulnerable Veterans, Homeless A Place To Call HomeThe Paca House is not only a new home for some of Baltimore's veterans, but it can also help them grow and become self-reliant so they can get back on their feet.
FDA Approves Expanded Research Into MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy For PTSD PatientsThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved an expansion of a trial that allows researchers to see how MDMA could help people with posttraumatic stress disorder.
8-Year-Old Dedicated To Helping Homeless Veterans Starts Company To Give Out "Hero Bags" Filled With EssentialsEight-year-old Tyler Stallings is the son, grandson and nephew of veterans, and he's dedicated to helping those who have served.
Walmart Says Its Hired 2,850 Veterans In Maryland Since 'Veterans Welcome Home Commitment' Launched In 2013Walmart says it has hired more than 243,000 veterans nationwide since 2013 as part of its "Veterans Welcome Home Commitment," the company said Monday.
New Hampshire Woman Enlists Candidates To Send Thousands Of Holiday Cards To TroopsIt all started 16 years ago with a handful of assorted Christmas and Hanukkah cards, a turkey in the oven and an ultimatum.
'It's Just Amazing' | Volunteers Renovate Homeless Veteran Treatment Facility In South BaltimoreHundreds of volunteers spent Thursday renovating a homeless veteran treatment facility in south Baltimore.
Virginia Company Falsely Claimed To Be Military Charity, Scammed Md. ResidentsA for-profit company operating in Virginia has been shut down after falsely claiming to be a charity that sent care packages to U.S. service members overseas.
Faces Of Valor USA Throws Annual Fundraiser For Wounded VeteransFor the past decade an Anne Arundel County couple has devoted their time and energy to raising money for our wounded veterans, and now they're doing it again on Sunday.