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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday announced the creation of new healthcare and logistics “strike teams” to provide immediate support to nursing homes experiencing outbreaks of coronavirus cases across the state.

A Howard County resident who is a Johns Hopkins Home Care Group nurse and Carroll County corporate wellness nurse have created a Facebook group that is serving as a place for thousands of nurses to honestly reflect about the current realities of the health care system during the coronavirus pandemic.

Wray, a Loyola Maryland commit, led the Lions with 46 goals and 24 assists for 70 points last spring — good for sixth-best among Carroll County Athletic League players.

In the scramble to locate more ventilators for critically ill coronavirus patients, Maryland received some that did not work, according to Sen. Ben Cardin, a Maryland Democrat who has been pushing federal authorities for proper supplies.

It’s a very different mode of operation than they ever anticipated, with much more virtual communication in lieu of 12-hour shifts manning a command center,

Scientists are working on coronavirus models to help guide state leaders about when to reopen businesses, schools and homes. The only conclusion so far: It's going to be awhile.

Four more residents of the Pleasant View Nursing Home in Mount Airy have died from complications of the coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, the Carroll County Health Department announced Monday.

A local organization is helping members of an independent living community get the essential supplies they need amid the COVID-19 closures and regulations.

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One woman is a descendant of people who were enslaved in Taneytown for generations. The other woman’s ancestors belonged to the family line of the owner of those slaves.

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