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Ocean City Topless Ban Upheld As Judge Throws Out Lawsuit

2020欧洲杯赛事 Ocean City's leaders outlawed topless sunbathing by women in 2017; a ruling in a lawsuit filed by 5 women upholds the city's action.


By Deb Belt, Patch Staff

Annapolis  |  News  |  
Annapolis  |  News  |  

Strong Hurricane Season Could Hit Maryland After Coronavirus Peak

The odds are high that a major hurricane will land along the Maryland or Southeast coastline between June and November, forecasters say.


By Deb Belt, Patch Staff

Annapolis  |  News  |  
Annapolis  |  News  |  

MD Comptroller To Temporarily Stop Processing Paper Tax Returns

In an effort to keep essential employees safe amid the spread of the new coronavirus, MD Comptroller Franchot is halting paper tax returns.


By Kristin Danley-Greiner, Patch Staff

Annapolis  |  News  |  
Annapolis  |  News  |  

MD Coronavirus Testing Available At VEIP Sites By Appointment

Drive-through coronavirus testing sites are opening this week in Howard and Montgomery counties, said state health officials.


By Deb Belt, Patch Staff

Baltimore  |  News  |  
Baltimore  |  News  |  

MD Coronavirus Economic Stimulus Payments: What You Need To Do

Maryland residents are expected to start receiving stimulus payments soon. Here's what you need to do beforehand.


By Deb Belt, Patch Staff

Annapolis  |  News  |  
Annapolis  |  News  |  

End Of Cash Tolling In MD Is ‘Inevitable’: Leaders

For reasons that elude most MD leaders, many drivers refuse to get an E-ZPass transponder, opting instead to pay cash. But that will end.


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Bethesda-Chevy Chase  |  News  |  
Bethesda-Chevy Chase  |  News  |  

Hogan: 'Please Stay Home, Safe' As MD Coronavirus Cases Top 3.6K

2020欧洲杯赛事 Maryland now has 3,609 confirmed cases of the coronavirus. Of those cases, 67 have died. Gov. Hogan on Sunday urged residents to stay home.


By Alessia Grunberger, Patch Staff

Rockville  |  News  |  
Rockville  |  News  |  

Hogan Imposes Stricter Coronavirus Protocols On MD Nursing Homes

2020欧洲杯赛事 Gov. Larry Hogan has imposed stricter coronavirus protocols on nursing homes, in a bid to protect the state's most vulnerable residents.


By Alessia Grunberger, Patch Staff

Annapolis  |  News  |  
Annapolis  |  News  |  

Strong Hurricane Season Could Hit Maryland After Coronavirus Peak

2020欧洲杯赛事 The odds are high that a major hurricane will land along the Maryland or Southeast coastline between June and November, forecasters say.


By Deb Belt, Patch Staff

Annapolis  |  News  |  
Annapolis  |  News  |  

MD Coronavirus: Governor Hogan Issues Stay-At-Home Order

2020欧洲杯赛事 Gov. Larry Hogan is ordering Maryland residents to stay at home starting at 8 p.m. Monday.


By Elizabeth Janney, Patch Staff

Annapolis  |  News  |  
Annapolis  |  News  |  

Here’s How Well Maryland Complies With Stay-At-Home Order

2020欧洲杯赛事 Cellphone tracking data shows how Maryland is doing at staying at home to contain the coronavirus compared to the nation as a whole.


By Deb Belt, Patch Staff

Perry Hall  |  News  |  
Perry Hall  |  News  |  

Coronavirus: Can You Hunt, Fish, Go Crabbing In Maryland?

2020欧洲杯赛事 The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has answers about what's allowed under the governor's stay-at-home order.


By Elizabeth Janney, Patch Staff

Annapolis  |  News  |  
Annapolis  |  News  |  

MD Coronavirus: Governor Hogan Issues Stay-At-Home Order

Gov. Larry Hogan is ordering Maryland residents to stay at home starting at 8 p.m. Monday.


By Elizabeth Janney, Patch Staff

Annapolis  |  News  |  
Annapolis  |  News  |  

MD Governor Orders Restaurants, Bars, Gyms, Theaters To Close

Bars, restaurants, gyms and movie theaters must close at 5 p.m. Monday in Maryland, Gov. Hogan has ordered.


By Elizabeth Janney, Patch Staff

Baltimore  |  News  |  
Baltimore  |  News  |  

MD Coronavirus Cases Climb To 32: Here's Where They Are

Maryland health officials give a breakdown of where the cases of new coronavirus are as more positive tests are reported.


By Elizabeth Janney, Patch Staff

Bethesda-Chevy Chase  |  News  |  
Bethesda-Chevy Chase  |  News  |  

$500 Fine for Pet Owners Who Leave Animals Outside

Montgomery County Animal Services officers are enforcing an ordinance that prohibits leaving dogs tied up in extreme cold weather.


By Deb Belt, Patch Staff

Annapolis  |  News  |  
Annapolis  |  News  |  

Sea Lice Outbreak Makes Ocean City Beach-Goers Miserable

Swimmers at Ocean City beaches have been plagued by sea lice this week. The pests are actually the larvae of jellyfish and carry a sting.


By Deb Belt, Patch Staff

Bel Air  |  News  |  
Bel Air  |  News  |  

Celebrity Chef Carl Ruiz Died Near Bel Air

There was "nothing suspicious" about the death of the celebrated chef, who was 44 years old, according to officials in Maryland.


By Elizabeth Janney, Patch Staff

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Curfew, Masks: Boston Mayor Announces New Coronavirus Rules

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has asked that anyone leaving their home wear a face covering to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.


By Jenna Fisher, Patch Staff

Milford  |  News  |  
Milford  |  News  |  

CT Coronavirus Updates: When Will Surge Of Cases Hit?

State officials released new details on when they expect the surge of coronavirus cases to hit Connecticut. Here is their breakdown.


By Brian McCready, Patch Staff

Point Pleasant  |  News  |  
Point Pleasant  |  News  |  

Coronavirus Economic Stimulus Payments: What You Need To Do In NJ

New Jersey residents are expected to start receiving stimulus payments soon. Here's what you need to do beforehand:


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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Darien  |  News  |  

CT Coronavirus: Grocery, Retail Store Changes Ordered By Lamont

Gov. Ned Lamont ordered several major changes for grocery and retail stores in Connecticut to slow the spread of the coronavirus.


By Brian McCready, Patch Staff

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Englewood-Englewood Cliffs  |  News  |  

NJ Coronavirus Updates: Here's What You Need To Know

Here are the latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in New Jersey.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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Gwinnett  |  News  |  

Gwinnett Says Stay Home Or Face Fine, Jail Time: Coronavirus

Gwinnett residents who violate the coronavirus stay-at-home order may face 60 days in jail or a $1,000 fine if prosecuted.


By Jim Massara, Patch Staff

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Englewood-Englewood Cliffs  |  News  |  

NJ Coronavirus Updates: Here's What You Need To Know

Here are the latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in New Jersey.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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Across Pennsylvania  |  News  |  

PA State Wine, Liquor Stores To Close Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

All Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties will close Tuesday 'until further notice.'


By Kara Seymour, Patch Staff

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Moorestown  |  News  |  

Gov. Murphy Announces NJ 'Stay-At-Home' Order Due To Coronavirus

WATCH: Gov. Phil Murphy ordered non-essential NJ retail businesses to close and he banned gatherings. Here are the latest updates.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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New York City  |  News  |  

Live Cam Of April The Giraffe, Baby Calf Goes Dark: Watch An Adorable Replay

Here's video of April the giraffe and her new calf bonding at the Animal Adventure Park in upstate NY.


By Simone Wilson, Patch Staff

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Banning-Beaumont  |  News  |  

Drink Any of These Calif. Wines? They Contain Poisonous Arsenic, Class-Action Suit Alleges

Suit alleges winemakers knowingly sell arsenic-contaminated wines such as Menage a Trois, Sutter Home, Wine Cube, Charles Shaw, and Beringer


By Renee Schiavone, Patch Staff

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Alameda  |  Neighbor News  |  

Please Don't Help My Kids

"I am not sitting here, 15 whole feet away from my kids, because I am too lazy to get up and help them climb the ladder. . ."


By Kate Bassford Baker, Patch Contributor

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