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Individual worshippers or families may attend services at six-foot distancing and with masks, if they do not exceed Governor Hogan’s 50% occupancy limit.
6/3/20 03:39 PM
Rund is one of 36 physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, occupational therapists and rehabilitation aides redeployed to work with COVID-19 patients on Anne Arundel Medical Center’s (AAMC) medical/surgical units as part of the new Prone and Mobility team.
Provided by Anne Arundel Medical Center |
6/2/20 11:42 AM
The COVID-19 crisis has been unrelenting, but two respiratory therapists find silver linings with support from family, friends and the community.
By Zach Sparks |
6/2/20 09:49 AM
Pittman will sign two executive orders to put these new policies in place.
5/28/20 05:42 PM
Barber shops, beauty salons and other “non-essential” retail businesses will open on June 1.
5/22/20 04:32 PM
The U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration team, the Blue Angels, did a surprise flyover at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis on May 20 to honor the class of 2020.
Photos courtesy of the U.S. Naval Academy |
5/20/20 05:01 PM
May 17-23 marks National Public Works Week, a time to appreciate public workers and shine a spotlight on the work they do that often goes unnoticed.
5/19/20 11:56 AM
Steuart Pittman has formed an advisory group to help inform county policy decisions on the long road to recovery from the COVID-19 public health crisis.
From the Office of the County Executive |
5/18/20 05:02 PM
County Executive Steuart Pittman has announced steps Anne Arundel County will take following Governor Larry Hogan’s stage one Road to Recovery press conference.
5/14/20 05:56 PM
In response to the unprecedented needs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Larry Hogan launched the Maryland Unites campaign to promote charitable giving and volunteerism in Maryland during this challenging time.
From the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development |
5/5/20 11:47 AM
We are all trying to imagine when and how this time of essential-only businesses, social distancing and mask-wearing will end.
By Dr. Victor Plavner l Maryland Primary Care Physicians |
5/4/20 10:13 AM
The $1.7 billion FY2021 budget comes at a time for fiscal restraint. Health and human services was one area that will get a funding boost.
By the Voice Media staff |
5/1/20 12:00 PM
If you are lucky enough to have lived in a military community at one point in time, you will fully understand what it means to be a community.
By Erin Shawbell |
4/30/20 04:52 PM
Hogan called his plan a "safe, effective and gradual approach to reopening the state as it continues to combat the COVID-19 pandemic."
4/27/20 11:19 AM
Here are a few recommendations that might help you and your loved one feel a better sense of control during this pandemic.
By Dr. Eric Bush l Chesapeake Supportive Care and Hospice of the Chesapeake |
4/24/20 12:46 PM
The $10,000 was turned into 500 meals, which each fed approximately a family of four.
4/23/20 08:38 AM
I’ve organized a few popular species into “introductory” and “advanced” levels to help guide you in your journey to exploring sharing your home with a new species.
Dr. Lacy GilMurray, Veterinarian and Co-Medical Director at VCA Calvert Veterinary Center |
4/21/20 01:53 PM
Each business must have a commercial address within Pasadena, Gibson Island or Stoney Creek, and had to receive five votes to qualify.
4/13/20 03:01 PM
The federal government’s upcoming stimulus package will help temporarily – but what is the best use of this addition to an already strained household budget?
United Way of Central Maryland (the nonprofit organization serving Baltimore City and the surrounding counties for 95 years by promoting equity, creating opportunity, and improving lives by increasing access to health, housing, employment, and education) continues to be committed to supporting families in the region during the COVID-19 crisis.
Submitted by United Way of Central Maryland |
4/8/20 12:22 PM
About 660 bills passed in the final days of the 2020 session, which adjourned roughly one month in advance of its scheduled end.
By Zach Sparks |
4/2/20 12:00 PM