Shoppers in D.C. grocery stores will need to wear face masks according to a new order by Mayor Muriel Bowser.
A second educator from a Prince George’s County high school has died after contracting coronavirus.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved out of intensive care, his office said Thursday.
A University of Maryland College Park staff member has died from complications due to COVID-19.
The United States Postal Service offers a free service that lets you track incoming mail on its way to your home.
Some PAW-sitive news to report. Staff at the Riverside County Animal Services adoption center gleefully showed off their empty facility -- a welcome sight amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Often out of crisis comes opportunity.
Starting on Monday, April 13, shoppers in Montgomery County will be required to wear face coverings while in grocery stores, pharmacies and other retail establishments, according to health officials.
A teenage girl reeled in some birthday love amid the pandemic.
ICU manager Shelby Delaney was just about to start her shift when she received a Facetime call from the three-time NBA champion.
A biotech company in Montgomery County says it's ready to start taking its coronavirus vaccine program to a new phase earlier than they expected, as the company is still working on securing more funding and support for the program.
On Tuesday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan asked the Maryland Department of Health to begin releasing racial and ethnic breakdowns on coronavirus cases. The numbers were revealed on Thursday afternoon.
During the summer months, traffic on I-95 can be bumper-to-bumper with locals heading south to the Outer Banks in North Carolina, but few are heading there now, as Dare County has implemented some of the strictest coronavirus restrictions in the nation.
The Fed's initiative undergirds government efforts to combat fallout from the economic shutdown imposed to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 1 in 10 American workers have lost jobs amid the coronavirus, underscoring the growing damage the crisis is taking on the world’s economy.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning for a church selling chlorine dioxide products claiming to be used to treat COVID-19.
A recent study suggests that smoking could contribute to complications brought on by COVID-19.
Across the country, states are implementing stay at home orders in efforts to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The Wounded Warrior Project said that they will give financial assistance to veterans who are unable to meet their food or shelter needs because of the coronavirus pandemic.
As restaurants and bars across the country remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, one bar owner in Georgia is going to extraordinary measures to donate money to her staff.