The U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed Tuesday that Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists discovered eggs from a “highly destructive” moth attached to a coal freighter at the Port of Baltimore two weeks ago.
A Baltimore City Police officer shot and killed a male who was firing upon a crowd in retaliation to an earlier dispute that left another male injured, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said Monday night.
A Baltimore City Public School System Cherry Hill employee tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Sunday, according to officials. This is the first confirmed case of coronavirus among Baltimore City schools.
The seven specialists have all been key in helping advise Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, spokesman Mike Ricci said, and were selected because the “governor wanted the best public health minds at the table to help lead this fight.”
The chief curator at the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, Baltimore County died Monday of complications related to coronavirus, the Jewish Museum in New York City said.
As Maryland braces for a possible patient surge related to the global coronavirus outbreak, Mercy Medical Center in downtown balance received state approval to add a new floor for acute care patient treatment, the hospital announced Wednesday. The $12.5 million project will begin immediately, the hospital said, and it expects to finish construction in 75 days.
Hours after Gov. Larry Hogan warned bar owners that they must comply with the state’s ban on large gatherings, eight businesses in Fells Points announced that they are shutting their doors out of an abundance of caution due to coronavirus.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison held a community forum Wednesday night at an elementary school in the Reservoir Hill neighborhood to discuss a pilot program to fly private surveillance planes over the city.
Jaheem Burrows, 18, of the 4700 block of Shamrock Ave., was charged with first- and second-degree assault and destruction of property. Police said he knocked a woman over after breaking her rear car window.
Baltimore City Council members expressed frustration with the mayor’s administration and said they still have unanswered questions after an oversight meeting about water billing problems and an ongoing audit.
An institute at the Community College of Baltimore County is designed to fill a shortage of skilled workers in the horticultural industry by getting businesses to subsidize students’ education and show them that landscaping is more than mowing lawns.
Maryland State Police said they were called to the 1400 block of S. Salisbury Blvd., just a half-mile from campus, Wednesday night after the business owner reported racist comments in the women’s bathroom.
Anderson Covel Jr., was charged with first-degree murder, using a handgun during a crime and being a disqualified person in possession of a regulated firearm, according to prosecutors. He is set to be sentenced May 5 and could face life in prison.
Omar is the 15th name on the Atlantic hurricane list, according to the National Hurricane Center. Tropical storms have been named through the World Meteorological Organization’s strict procedure since 1953.