Prince George’s County Health Department Accepting Appointments For COVID-19 Testing

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, testing is becoming more readily available in the United States. In the beginning, COVID-19 testing was limited to specific groups and areas. According to data released by... Read more »

Maryland: Is Your Drinking Water Safe?

As Marylanders try to keep themselves healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic, concerns over drinking water safety have surfaced. Some locals rely on tap water for hydration and refreshment while others buy bottled... Read more »
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Maryland Covid-19 Cases Reach 107 Including 5-Year-Old Girl – Governor Hogan Closing Malls And More

On Thursday, Governor Larry Hogan announced that the number of positive coronavirus cases in Maryland had climbed to 107. Among the new cases is a 5-year-old girl from Howard County marking the... Read more »

Coronavirus In Maryland – Cases Jump To 85, Closures, Precautions, And More

COVID-19 is a disease first identified in China in December of 2019. The virus is new so it hasn’t caused illness in humans in the past. The number of cases in the... Read more »

Salvation Army To Close Three Maryland-Based Facilities & Cut 59 Jobs

The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation received a WARN from the Salvation Army on March 5, 2020. The notice alerted of the closure of an adult rehabilitation center and two... Read more »
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Baltimore Water Bill Issues Result In Some Customers Going Unbilled

Certain members of Baltimore’s City Council are questioning what the Department of Public Works is doing to rectify recently revealed collections issues. In October, WBALTV learned that a condo project had received... Read more »

Five Coronavirus Cases Confirmed In Maryland: Are You At Risk?

Maryland was declared a state of emergency following three confirmed cases of the coronavirus by Governor Larry Hogan last week. The three victims, all residents of Montgomery County, tested positive for COVID-19... Read more »

Maryland Lacrosse Score Shows Terps Are A Powerhouse

Maryland men’s lacrosse team has proven to be a powerhouse this season. The team has played 5 games this season winning 4. They’ve managed to win all three games at home. The... Read more »

Morningside Maryland Public Works

Morningside’s Public Works Team goes above and beyond to ensure that public services are available and able to contribute to the town’s health and safety. The Public Works Department offers a handful... Read more »

What Marylanders Should Know About The Coronavirus Outbreak

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has declared the coronavirus outbreak “an emerging, rapidly evolving situation”. Coronavirus is a type of respiratory disease that spreads between humans and some... Read more »