A University of Maryland, Baltimore County professor is dead after contracting the coronavirus. According to UMBC officials, Dr. Maurice Berger died Sunday. He was a research professor and chief curator of the school’s Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture. Dr. Berger joined the University in 1992. READ MORE: CBS Baltimore Sign Up For Our […]

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales is the latest name to test positive with CoronaVirus COVID-19. A spokesperson said that Prince of Wales and future King of Britan has tested positive for COVID-19 and has “been displaying mild symptoms but otherwise remains in good health.” Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall tested negative. Prince Charles is currently self-isolating […]

Trader Joe’s store in Howard County has closed temporarily for a deep cleaning. It comes after an employee “has either tested positive for COVID-19 or is receiving treatment for a suspected case.” TJ’s said the crew member was last in the store on Monday. Read More: CBS Baltimore Sign Up For Our Newsletter! For The […]

Governor Hogan issued a new Executive Order during today’s 11am press conference in Annapolis, ordering all non-essential businesses to close by 5pm. Essential businesses like drug stores, grocery stores, and banks many remain open and are exempt from the new executive order. This new executive action taken by the Maryland Governor is all in hopes […]

A woman in her 40’s from Montgomery County becomes the 3rd recorded death due to the COVID-19 virus. The Maryland Department of Health announced late Saturday night that the Montgomery County residence had passed away from the coronavirus and disclosed that she had suffered from underlying medical conditions. Governor Larry Hogan Tweeted on Sunday: We […]

Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, local churches around the Baltimore area are deciding to hold their church services on local radio, social media and through online video streaming. New Shiloh Baptist Church will be holding their church service every Sunday at 11 a.m. on Magic 95.5 FM. New Shiloh’s 11 a.m. Sunday service can also be […]

Parents are only a few days into keeping their kids home from school due to the coronavirus . The most common words to hear are “I’m bored!” If you’re avoiding gatherings of more than 10 people, social distancing and going out into public places as little as possible with your kids, try entertaining the children […]

The deadline for some businesses to file certain tax filings has been pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic. State comptroller Peter Franchot said these new rules apply to some businesses filing sales and use tax, withholding tax, and admissions & amusement tax, as well as alcohol, tobacco and motor fuel excise taxes, tire recycling […]

Baltimore Mayor Jack Young wants residents to put the guns down and heed orders to stay home as the state deals with the Coronavirus pandemic. Multiple people were shot Tuesday night in the Madison Park neighborhood and there was another shooting this past weekend after Baltimore city recorded its first coronavirus patient. There are now […]

As coronavirus spreads across the country causing people to practice social distancing, the American Red Cross is reporting a major blood shortage. The organization said they’ve had to cancel over 2,000 blood drives, putting those who need it at a major risk. “Coronavirus is not spread through blood transmission,” Justin Kreuter, Mayo Clinic Pathologist, said. […]