Maryland officials will launch a one-stop, preregistration web portal soon for people looking to book COVID-19 immunization appointments at the state
The Baltimore Sun has compiled a list of links by county for where to go to make appointments for the vaccine if you’re eligible to receive it.
More than 1 out of every 100 Americans have now been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus, the virus that has overturned life as we know it for nearly a year. In the D.C. region, more than 200,000 people have gotten shots.
How should philanthropy support young people in this perilous time in U.S. history? The confluence of a global pandemic, an economic crisis, and a nationwide call for racial justice will fundamentally alter the lives of all American learners.
Children in Baltimore suffer from asthma at a rate more than double the national average, but the city’s response to this long-recognized disparity has continued to fall short, according to a new report.
Under fire from Baltimore-area bus riders, business leaders, politicians, parents and advocates, the Hogan administration on Wednesday canceled its p
Almost half of the licensed daycare providers in Prince George’s County, Maryland, were forced to close their doors since the pandemic began.
Maryland’s state schools superintendent announced on July 22 that schools should set a goal of returning students to classrooms by the end of the yea
In an effort to combat the COVID-19 pandemic – and to comply with state and local governmental stay-at-home orders – virtually all nonprofits across the country closed their offices in March and required their employees to work remotely.
The Baltimore Health Corps launched this week to train and hire unemployed city residents to work in neighborhoods hit hardest by COVID-19. The initiative is seeking to hire 300 people to perform roles including contact tracing, public health educ