Novavax, a Gaithersburg-based pharmaceutical company, reported Monday that its coronavirus vaccine was highly effective against COVID-19 infections.
As the Ravens look to rebuild their receiving corps, assistant coach Keith Williams has been heralded this spring by players, coaches and analysts alike.
Ocean City Police are facing mounting criticism this week after videos surfaced on social media showing violent encounters with officers at the boardwalk.
Candice Blackwell has been director of YouthBuild since 2018. The program, like so many others, went virtual last March and has been hybrid for the last year.
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde was ejected in the first inning of Monday night’s game in Cleveland for arguing a hit-by-pitch on Dean Kremer’s second batter of the game.
A 38-year-old man experiencing a medical crisis tried to drive himself to a hospital in a Baltimore City Fire Department ambulance from Cherry Hill early Monday, police said.
Prices are sky-high for Maryland restaurantgoers’ favorite ingredient. It’s leaving business owners with a difficult choice: To raise prices and risk alienating consumers, or limit crab offerings and disappoint crustacean-hungry guests.
Baltimore police on Sunday said detectives are investigating a shooting that occurred in Fells Point overnight that left one person with a laceration injury and damaged several cars in the neighborhood.
From why Rice Krispies snap, crackle and pop, to foods that explode when microwaved, to the number of licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop, here are 36 fun food facts you have no reason to know but will enjoy knowing anyway. (Kaitlin Miller and Bianca Sanchez, The Daily Meal)
Of course, if the July 4 deadline passes and the magic number is not yet met, that won’t mean the vaccine effort has failed or will stop. The effort must be kept up until we reach a herd immunity, or we risk another outbreak, and the loss of more lives.
When Shelley Sharkey announced that she was shutting the doors of Miss FIT in Ellicott City, she said customers reached out in droves, like they never had before, asking about fundraising efforts. That’s what led Sharkey to create a GoFundMe to try and keep the gym open.
Reality Winner, a former government contractor convicted of transmitting national security information to the news media, has been released from prison.
Historic East Towson, a Black neighborhood founded by slaves from the Hampton Plantation over 200 years ago will host its first ever Juneteenth music festival at Elks lodge, located at 411 East Pennsylvania Ave., on June 19, 2021 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Juneteenth celebrates the end of slavery as it commemorates June 19 of 1865, the day that enslaved people in Galveston, Tx. finally got news of the emancipation proclamation. Here are a few ways to celebrate this year in Maryland.
Through three weeks of organized team activities, the Ravens have begun to build the foundation for the 2021 season — or apply the first layer of paint, as offensive coordinator Greg Roman said. The beginning of mandatory minicamp serves as an opportunity to add another coat,
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- Candice Blackwell has been director of YouthBuild since 2018. The program, like so many others, went virtual last March and has been hybrid for the last year.