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UMD Donating Medical Supplies, Designing New Equipment To Fight CoronavirusWhile some labs at the University of Maryland donate medical supplies to those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, other labs are trying to come up with solutions like reusable masks.
Loyola Faculty, Staff Making Face Shields Using 3D PrintersLoyola University Maryland faculty and staff are using 3D printers to make face shields to protect against the coronavirus.
Walters Art Museum Launches New Online FeaturesThe Walters Art Museum is putting out activities for those stuck at home, namely a step-by-step painting program for people of all ages.
3 More Residents Die At Carroll Co. Nursing Home Due To CoronavirusIn total, five residents of the facility have now died and dozens more have positive cases of COVID-19.
Corrections Official Fears More People Will Catch Coronavirus In Maryland JailsA correctional officer based in the Jessup area spoke about the dangers on the job.
Baltimore Leaders Urge People To Follow Coronavirus Safety Measures As 3rd Death In City ReportedBaltimore Mayor Jack Young announced Tuesday that another city resident has died from coronavirus. It's the third reported death in the city.
Here's How Maryland State Police Will Enforce Gov. Hogan's Executive OrdersMaryland State Police will be on the lookout for people violating Gov. Larry Hogan's executive orders.
Vida Taco Bar Transforms Into Pop-Up Grocery Store Amid Coronavirus PandemicAdjusting to the coronavirus pandemic, Vida Taco Bar is now a pop-up grocery store for the community.
Baltimore Native, Reporter In Montana Becomes Face Of Bison Safety PosterFormer WJZ web producer Deion Broxton's run-in with a bison at Yellowstone National Park has gone viral, and now it's being used to warn park visitors about the dangers bison can pose.
More Than $48M In Federal Funding Allotted For Maryland Communities Dealing With Economic Impacts Of COVID-19The Maryland Congressional Delegation announced more than $48 million in federal funding to support communities affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Worker At Baltimore-Area Amazon Fulfillment Center Tests Positive For CoronavirusThe company said employees at the facility have been made aware of one of their coworkers testing positive for COVID-19.
Medic Unit Arrives At Carroll County Nursing Home With Dozens Of Coronavirus CasesAdditional medical assistance has arrived at a Carroll County nursing home that has seen dozens of coronavirus cases, including two deaths.
Maryland Business Helps Kids Stay Active During Coronavirus-Related School ClosureA Maryland business is using social media and the internet to help kids stay active while they're out of school due to the coronavirus.
Great American Takeout Effort Continues TuesdayAn effort is underway to support local restaurants impacted by the coronavirus.
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Judge Refuses Bail For Suspect In White Supremacist CaseA judge has denied bail for a Maryland man accused of plotting violence at a gun rally in Virginia.
BSO Cancels All Appearances, Performances Through May 24The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has canceled all of its appearances and performances through May 24 due to the coronavirus.
How To Report A Business Not Following Maryland Laws, COVID-19 ProtocolsMarylanders concerned about businesses breaking the order have several ways to bring attention to any issues.

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