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Montgomery County theaters losing money under orders to halt food sales

Montgomery Co., MD- Movie theaters have been among the hardest-hit businesses in the county since the pandemic started. Now with some restrictions lifted, movie theaters are finding that they cannot serve food or beverages to moviegoers as Covid-19 mask restrictions…

Montgomery County Alcohol Beverage Service encourages responsible drinking with alcohol-to-go orders

Since the beginning of the pandemic restaurants and bars have been offering alcoholic beverages in to-go containers for customers to take home. In response, the Montgomery County Alcohol Beverage Service, started the ‘Pause Program’ which encourages drivers to “pause” to…

More individuals in Maryland are now eligible for the COVID vaccine as phase 2B begins

Baltimore, MD- Following president Biden’s announcement that by April 19, 90% of adults will be eligible for the vaccine, Maryland’s current vaccine phase lags behind. Maryland’s Phase 3, which includes all adults over the age of 16, is currently set to begin April 27, eight days behind the federal government’s goal. Maryland reached its highest positivity rate since February 9 today, totaling 5.24%.

Three time cancer survivor creates business and provides hope for patients

Sonia Su founded her business Kits to Heart after overcoming cancer three times. Su hand delivers cancer care kits to hospital patients and provides joy in a time of loneliness and distress.

New facility in Baltimore aims to help urban communities grieve family loss

Baltimore, MD- Roberta’s House is a new 22,000 square foot facility in Baltimore that helps families in urban communities through the grieving process. The new facility has amenities such as a punching bag room, arts and crafts, a theater for…

The Maryland gymnastics team bounces back and secures a spot in NCAA regionals

College Park, MD– With Covid-19 ending the postseason before it even began for most Big Ten winter sports in 2020, the GymTerps were halted before what many believed to be a record postseason run for the program. Despite spending months…

Cameras on school buses catch drivers who illegally pass stopped buses

Silver Spring, MD- Starting April 8th, drivers in Prince George’s County will need to be careful when stopping near a school bus. The public school system has partnered with camera tech company BusPatrol to install cameras in all school buses…

Prince George’s County looks to return to normal with re-openings

Upper Marlboro, MD – As spring starts to bloom, nature centers and other attractions in Prince George’s County are re-opening and restoring a sense of normalcy. Residents are signing up to get outside and get back to their favorite points…

Del. Jheanelle K. Wilkins (MD) proposes an emergency bill to get doulas back in the delivery room

Annapolis – The U.S. has the highest maternal mortality rate of 11 developed countries, and the novel coronavirus pandemic’s impact on hospital restrictions has created an increased risk for expecting individuals. House Bill 1202 is an emergency legislation that would allow…

Group pushing to reopen Montgomery County Public Schools asks Governor Larry Hogan to intervene

Montgomery County, Maryland – After the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its schools reopening plan to modify physical distancing in elementary schools from six feet to three feet, Montgomery County Public Schools reopening group TogetherAgainMCPS urges Governor Larry…