Soap opera’s kisses outwit COVID-19 with tests, spouses, dolls
Baltimore expands access to COVID-19 testing with mobile resources, appointments at Pimlico without a doctor’s referral
As the confirmed rate of infection in Baltimore continues to tick downward, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced Thursday an increase of mobile, on-demand COVID-19 testing, including offering swabs at Pimlico Race Course without a doctor’s referral or an appointment.
Two men charged in connection to a deadly May 30 shooting in Edgewood are awaiting extradition from Rhode Island and North Carolina, police said.
The Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce recently launched the Help Catonsville fundraiser to benefit the organization so it can continue to support local businesses and nonprofits and sponsor community events.
Box Hill Pizzeria owner invites conversation on race after alleged racist exchange among customers, employee
One of Box Hill Pizzeria’s owners has reached out to members of Harford County’s Black community, asking for guidance after an incident earlier this week in which one of the restaurant’s servers and three customers were accused of being involved in a racist exchange about a Black customer.
Guide to the weekend: Music School for Aspiring Musicians, Chesapeake Arts Center summer classes, Annapolis Oyster Pop-Up
Whether you attend events from a social distance or from your living room, here is a list of a mix of in-person and at-home activities and videos to enjoy around Annapolis and Anne Arundel County this week.
Police: 5 arrested in Los Angeles death of rapper Pop Smoke
Maryland’s Prince George’s County is among nation’s wealthiest Black communities, but it leads state in coronavirus cases
Researchers are finding that even for Black people in higher income and educational brackets, simply the stress of navigating a discriminatory world — where doctors don’t take your symptoms as seriously, or seeing a police car on your street can be frightening rather than reassuring — takes a toll on health.
Major League Baseball hasn't yet started the 2020 season, but announced the Orioles' 2021 schedule Thursday.
Full reopening for Carroll County schools? In-person commenters say yes, union reps voice concerns at BOE meeting
Citizen commentators and employee unions weighed in on what is important to them come Sept. 8 when Carroll County Public Schools fall semeser is set to begin.
U.K. allows outdoor theater and music performances from July 11
For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began in mid-March, Maryland has reported 14 straight days of a seven-day average testing positivity rate below 5%, matching the World Health Organization recommendation of such a stretch before governments begin easing virus-related restrictions.
Closures start Thursday and run through September 7.
The Annapolis Planning Commission will hold a public hearing July 22 at 7 p.m. to hear from residents about the planned four-story, approximately 137-room hotel that would sit opposite the Annapolis Police Department.