Dr. Richard Bruno wears a colorful cloth mask made by his wife over his N95 respirator to boost morale.
While you're home social distancing, Bar Vasquez executive chef Mario Cano Catalán has some basic tips for you to up your scrambled eggs & broccoli game.
"I was more confident going to Baltimore even if I have to take less than going to another place," said Campbell. "Not many teams are better."
Sights and sounds from around Camden Yards on what was supposed to be Opening Day for the Orioles and a look back at last year's Opening Day.
Senior housing complexes have restricted visits in an effort to keep people safe during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
MTA bus riders react to news, on Mar 25, of a driver tested positive for the COVID-19 virus causing the closure of the Eastern Division depot for deep cleaning.
Police helicopter footage of a crash in Northwest Baltimore. Credit: Baltimore Police Department via source
State Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon announces that Maryland schools will be closed an additional four weeks.
"Children can absolutely have this disease and be spreaders," said Frances Phillips, Deputy Secretary for Public Health Services within the Maryland Department.
Katie Long is one of a few musicians providing "sidewalk serenades" through Creative Alliance as people are self quarantining and social distancing.
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Governor Larry Hogan updates Marylanders on the coronavirus while at a tour of the Baltimore Convention Center, which is being used by the National Guard.
Governor Hogan shares plan to add 250 emergency beds
Governor Hogan shares Maryland Surge Response Plan to add 250 emergency beds inside the Baltimore Convention Center.
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Gov. Larry Hogan orders all nonessential businesses to close today because of the COVID-19 pandemic
SportClips Haircuts and Mountain Branch Golf Course will close as Gov. Hogan ordered all nonessential businesses to close because of the COVID-19 pandemic
Baltimore Mayor Young urges residents to stay home | VIDEO
Mayor Jack Young, along with Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa, urges residents to remain home and not congregate in groups of 10 or more.
Gov. Hogan: All non essential businesses to close effective at 5pm
"We are not ordering a shelter in place directive," said Hogan. "Stay at home unless you have essential reasons to leave."
Marylander Kelsey Day speaks about life in Italy amid coronavirus
Maryland native Kelsey Day speaks about life in Italy while the country is in lockdown over the spread of coronavirus.