Young adults are fueling a rise in coronavirus cases in the state, as it is in many others around the country.
The state's case numbers increased again on Wednesday, although the number of deaths from the virus remained below 20 for the 20th straight day.
Four months into an unemployment crisis spawned by the coronavirus pandemic, about 24,000 people remain unable to get the full benefits they’ve applied for through Maryland’s Department of Labor.
Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, seeking to sharpen his national profile as he ponders his political future, casts himself as a tough-minded Republican ally of law enforcement in a memoir that could foreshadow a 2024 presidential bid.
Baltimore County Schools Superintendent Darryl L. Williams said he is leaning toward remote learning with a phased-in return as the school board considers how to reopen schools for the 2020-21 academic year.
Orioles outfielder Anthony Santander confirmed Wednesday that the reason for his extended absence to begin the team’s training camp was a positive test for the coronavirus.
These American mansions all clock in at more than 20 times the size of the average American home when measured by square footage. Many of them are now museums, others are college campus halls and some are still private residences. A few aren’t even fully constructed yet. Here are 21 of the biggest mansions in America. (Bianca Sanchez and Dan Myers, The Active Times)
The 29-year-old man from Landover who was gunned down in Annapolis Saturday afternoon was a native of Cameroon who had arranged to purchase a cell phone as part of a plan to realize his American dream.
Ten years ago when Fox News was riding high in the ratings with Glenn Beck talking about Nazis and Bill O’Reilly dividing the nation into “pinheads and patriots,” I thought I would never see a cable channel that was as dangerous a political tool. I was wrong. Fox News 2020 is so much worse as evidenced by the Monday night shows of Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity.
The Archdiocese of Baltimore received at least $25 million in taxpayer-funded Paycheck Protection Program loans spread among its churches, schools and central office, taking advantage of a special exemption to U.S. Small Business Administration rules which typically bar religious groups from receiving money.
“Health care workers are notoriously negligent when it comes to self-care,” says Zen Den creator Kathryn Fritze, noting they were taking care of patients at work and family at home. “They needed a way to decompress.”
Hogan called for warnings, fines and other action to be taken against bars and restaurants "flagrantly violating the law and endangering public health.”
In a monthlong program, arts professionals are participating in the Maryland Centers for Creative Classrooms Summer 2020 Virtual Professional Learning workshop for arts educators, arts integration teachers and teaching artists.
The Caucus of African American Leaders will recognize at their monthly meeting Tuesday 26 young activists and organizers who have played integral roles in the county’s “unprecedented” number of marches and protests against racial injustice and inequality.
The cancellation of the season opener at Maryland on Sept. 5 is a tough blow for a Towson athletic department seeking a 25% reduction in the operating budgets of every sport and unit within the department.
Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced on Tuesday that a new program will distribute thousands of fans and air conditioners to older adults across the city.
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