Here are the share-worthy stories from Maryland Patches to talk about tonight:
When the governor's stay-at-home order is lifted at 5 p.m. Friday, not all jurisdictions are following suit.
- PG County Stay-At-Home Order Extended By 2 Weeks
- Stay-At-Home Order Remains In Baltimore: Mayor
- HoCo Won't Reopen Friday Due To High Case Numbers, Low PPE Supply
- What MD's Reopening Plan Means For Montgomery County
- Baltimore County Opens Some Businesses, Others Stay Closed
- Harford County Executive To Follow Governor's Lead In Reopening
- Carroll County Moves To Phase One Of Recovery Plan
- Ocean City Lifts Lodging Restrictions
- Cecil County To Announce Plans 'In-Tune' With Governor Friday
New data shows Marylanders have been on the move despite being under a "stay-at-home" order.
Broadneck High School is not actually for sale, according to Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
The latest figure represents a 39.7 percent decrease from the previous week.
The archdiocese has its own plan that is not the same as the governor's.
Also Worth A Look Today
- Woman Killed In Pasadena Fire, 2 Firefighters Injured: Officials
- Bel Air Independence Day Parade Canceled Amid Coronavirus
- Montgomery County Cancels Summer Camps Over Coronavirus
- Havre de Grace Fourth Of July Parade Canceled For 2020
- Rabid Coyote In Owings Mills Prompts Warning
- Digital Graduation Ceremony Planned For AACPS Seniors
- Harford Community College Holding Virtual Graduation For 2020
- Reopening Grant Available To Anne Arundel Small Businesses
- MD Adds 1,091 New Coronavirus Cases As Reopening Approaches
- Groups Helping Baltimore County During Coronavirus Can Apply For Grants
- PG County Police Seek Public's Help In Locating Missing Man
- Birthday Parade Celebrated Havre de Grace Man Turning 100
- Coronavirus Hotline To Help Those In MoCo Without Primary Care Provider
- Victim Pulled From Water At Lake Waterford Park, Hospitalized
- Baltimore Approves $3M For Distance Learning Technology
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