Freebies, Deals For Healthcare Workers On National Nurses DayIt's National Nurses Day on Thursday, May 6 and to thank them for all their hard work several businesses are offering deals and freebies.
What Is Cinco De Mayo Really About? Baltimore's Mexican Community Shares How They Observe The DayIt's Cinco de Mayo! And while it's a day of celebration in the U.S., it's not a holiday celebrated in Mexico.
Maryland Paying State Workers To Get COVID Vaccine, Gov. Hogan Encourages Private Businesses To Do The SameMaryland Governor Larry Hogan announced the state will be offering $100 as a financial incentive for state employees to get the vaccine.
COVID Latest: Maryland Lifts Outdoor Mask Mandate, All Outdoor Dining RestrictionsMasks outdoors are no longer required in Maryland in most settings, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday.
CDC Issues New Outdoor Mask Guidance For Fully Vaccinated PeopleThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday issued new guidance on outdoor mask use for fully vaccinated Americans.
Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Maker Emergent BioSolutions Asked To Stop Making Doses While FDA Investigation UnderwayEmergent BioSolutions, the Baltimore, Maryland-based company manufacturing the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccines, was asked to stop manufacturing COVID-19 related products, while the Food & Drug Administration continues its investigation into quality control issues at the plant that ruined 15 million potential doses of the vaccine.
No Charges Against Officer Who Fatally Shot Ashli Babbitt During Insurrection At US Capitol In JanuaryFederal prosecutors say no charges will be brought against the officer who fatally shot a woman during insurrection at US Capitol in January.
'For Me, It Was A Celebration' | Maryland Woman Wears Wedding Dress To Get VaccinatedA Maryland woman wore her wedding dress to get vaccinated over the weekend.
Maryland Opens All Vaccination Sites To Anyone 16+; Infections In Baltimore City Up 172% In 4 WeeksTwo more mass vaccination sites are opening Monday in Maryland as the state moves into Phase 3.
Maryland Lawmakers Ok Sports Betting, Sweeping Police Reform On Last Day Of SessionMaryland lawmakers have reached the final day of their legislative session with mostly fine-tuning to do. They had a productive three months despite being slowed by pandemic precautions.
COVID In Maryland: All Adults 16+ Eligible For COVID Vaccine At Mass Vaccination Sites Starting TuesdayAny and all Marylanders 16+ will be eligible at mass vaccination sites effective Tuesday morning, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday.
Baltimore City Removes Statue Of Slaveowner Captain John O'Donnell From Canton Square Monday NightThe statue of Captain John O'Donnell no longer stands in Canton Square in Baltimore City as of Monday night.
All Marylanders Ages 16+ Can Now Pre-Register For A COVID-19 VaccineGov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday that all Marylanders ages 16 and older can pre-register for the coronavirus vaccine in the state.
COVID In Maryland: Over 1M Fully Vaccinated, State Adds Over 1,500 COVID Cases ThursdayMaryland adds 1,584 new coronavirus cases and 17 more deaths as the state's positivity rate continues its rise Thursday morning.
Here's How Maryland Will Use Federal COVID Relief Funding To Help Struggling Residents, BusinessesGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday a bipartisan-supported plan to use the $3.9 billion Maryland is expected to receive from the federal government to help recover after the coronavirus pandemic.