Here are the share-worthy stories from Maryland Patches to talk about tonight:
POTUS approved Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's request for federal relief.
Montgomery County businesses can now sell cocktails to-go in addition to beer and wine.
The department has asked for help getting things like Lysol, gloves, masks and hand sanitizer.
Here's what the federal stimulus package could mean for Maryland residents.
It's one of hundreds of joyful sculptures made by balloon artists around the world Thursday.
Providers can only stay open after Friday if they are serving children of essential personnel.
Two EMS providers and a police officer have tested positive, the mayor said.
State health officials released the number of men and women with the virus.
More Maryland Coronavirus News
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- Montgomery County's $25M Emergency Fund, Explained
- Baltimore Bus Driver Tests Positive For Coronavirus: MTA
- Coronavirus Keeps Seniors Apart But Anne Arundel Fills The Void
- HoCo Launches Rapid Response Team For Coronavirus Cases
- PG County Extends School Closures Due To Coronavirus
- Meals Offered By AACPS Through Extended Closure
- BCPS Superintendent Says 'New Learning' Is In Works: Coronavirus
- Harford County Public Library Remains Closed Indefinitely In Response To COVID-19
- Coronavirus Social Distancing Score: How Anne Arundel Is Doing
- Meals, Laptops, Schoolwork Given By HCPSS During Extended Closure
- Coronavirus Social Distancing Score: How Howard County Is Doing
- Homeowner Stabs Burglar In Bel Air: Sheriff
- Fatal Hit-And-Run Victim's Identity Remains A Mystery: Police
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