A half a million testing kits from South Korea arrived in Maryland over the weekend. According to Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday, his wife First Lady Yumi Hogan helped to close a deal with a laboratory there. See Also: There Are Now More Than 13,500 Positive Cases Of Coronavirus in Maryland The test kits arrived Saturday […]

There’s a group of Marylanders who want the state to reopen by May 1st. The “Reopen Maryland” group is planning a protest in downtown Annapolis on Saturday around noon. “We are the strongest country on the planet and have put a man on the moon, there is no compelling reason why we can’t protect the […]

Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order that face masks be worn while inside any Maryland retail establishment, including grocery stores, pharmacies or convenience stores, or while riding on any public transit. The governor’s order follows action by, Anne Arundel County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, and Baltimore City. Baltimore’s order also requires mask use […]

Mayor Jack Young is working on a policy that could require Baltimore residents to wear a mask in public during this Coronavirus Pandemic. The announcement comes after the Baltimore city council passed a resolution Monday night calling for Mayor Young to issue an executive order to require face coverings. PG County and Anne Arundel County […]

The coronavirus continues to impact residents of Baltimore and Mayor Jack Young has requested that Rec and Parks begin to take away all playground and exercise equipment throughout the city. The Mayor says he made the request after seeing the equipment being used despite warnings not to and recommendations to social distance. “After seeing people […]

New numbers show that of the confirmed Covid-19 cases in Maryland where race is known, African-Americans have been impacted the most. The state is reporting 2,064 African-Americans have confirmed cases. 55 have died. The next highest number is white people with 1,540 testing positive and 39 deaths. The state is reporting 122 of the cases […]

Providing much needed help to our first responders and medical personnel on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis here in Maryland – that is what is needed during these times and a major company in Baltimore is stepping up to help. Baltimore-based company Under Armour has begun to manufacture and assemble face masks, face […]

Baltimore City officials have hired squeegee kids to help out as the city deals with the coronavirus pandemic. The Mayor’s Office of Children & Family Success staffed several sites with squeegee kids to distribute meals this week. So far, the kids have helped serve 6,900 meals at eight sites. Read More: CBS Baltimore Sign Up […]

Some Marylanders are reaching out for help as the coronavirus pandemic wrecks havoc on businesses across the state. According to the state, more than 42,000 unemployment insurance claims were filed in Maryland last week. Baltimore County had the most claims filed at more than 6,500. There were 5,392 claims filed in Baltimore City. That’s up […]

A MDOT MTA bus operator has tested positive for the coronavirus. The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration received notification from the operator about the COVID-19 positive test Tuesday night. Right now, service to the Eastern bus division has been temporarily halted. The operator last reported to work six days ago on Thursday, March […]