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COVID RISING: Forecast for MD and AA County

COVID RISING: Forecast for MD and AA County

| July 18, 2020, 05:56 PM

The rate of new COVID cases has risen at a worrisome pace these last 2-3 weeks in Maryland and Anne Arundel County. Projections for the next 10 days can be found below. Maryland COVID Cases Increasing The graph to the right shows the number of new COVID cases per day in Maryland (averaged over 7 […]

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Surprise Blue Angels Flyover today at 10:45am

Surprise Blue Angels Flyover today at 10:45am

| May 20, 2020, 09:56 AM

The U.S. Navy Blue Angels will be conducting an unannounced flyover in honor of the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 2020. They are expected to be above Bancroft Hall at 10:45 a.m. They plan to make three passes over the Naval Academy followed by a turn to the East across the Severn River and will […]

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COVID Restrictions Until June 8

COVID Restrictions Until June 8

| April 18, 2020, 12:09 PM

In a report released Friday afternoon, experts now predict COVID restrictions until June 8th. Governor Hogan, during Friday’s press conference, said, “Our case numbers are still growing every day. And the number of deaths is continuing to increase.” As of Saturday, Maryland had 12,308 confirmed COVID cases and 463 deaths. In the last 24 hours, 145 […]

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Governor Hogan confirms 3 Marylanders fighting Coronavirus

Governor Hogan confirms 3 Marylanders fighting Coronavirus

| March 05, 2020, 07:05 PM

UPDATE:  Here are the Governor’s remarks at tonight’s press conference (10:45): Governor Larry Hogan today issued the following statement regarding COVID-19: “The state’s Public Health Laboratory in Baltimore has confirmed the first three positive cases of novel coronavirus in Maryland. The patients, who contracted the virus while traveling overseas, are in good condition. We have […]

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Maryland Should Worry about Coronavirus

Maryland Should Worry about Coronavirus

| February 27, 2020, 02:34 PM

Maryland Should Worry about Coronavirus It is appearing more and more important that people in Maryland (and throughout the US) should be worrying about Coronavirus. Coronavirus (now called COVID-19) has been spreading globally at an alarming rate. In 3 months, the number of cases went from 0 to 78,000 and has now spread to at […]

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Congressman Elijah Cummings dies at age 68

Congressman Elijah Cummings dies at age 68

| October 17, 2019, 06:45 AM

US Rep. Elijah Cummings of Baltimore, died early this morning at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.  He was 68 years old. Cummings was a leading  figure in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump as chairman of House Oversight and Reform Committee and had been battling health issues over the past few years.  Recently he […]

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HPV Vaccine Benefit “Exceeds Expectations”

HPV Vaccine Benefit “Exceeds Expectations”

| July 10, 2019, 11:55 AM

The risk of HPV and the 6 cancers it causes may go the way of Polio and Smallpox. “The impact of the HPV vaccination has exceeded expectations,” according to the Lauri Markowitz, of the CDC. “The trials showed that HPV vaccines are very effective, and data from the real world has confirmed that.”  HPV is […]

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Johns Hopkins Opens Direct Primary Care

Johns Hopkins Opens Direct Primary Care

| February 08, 2019, 12:50 PM

Johns Hopkins has opened a new practice based on Evolve Medical’s Direct Primary Care model. Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a rapidly growing movement, started by regular people who were fed up with not being able to talk to their doctor when they needed him or her, waiting for ever to be seen and feeling […]

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BREAKING: Police make arrest in murder of Danielle Gunson

BREAKING: Police make arrest in murder of Danielle Gunson

| October 30, 2018, 04:20 PM

Anne Arundel County Police have made an arrest in the murder of Danielle Gunson in late September. See our prior coverage here, here, and here. The following is a release form the Anne Arundel County Police Department. As the investigation continued over the next few weeks, Anne Arundel County Homicide detectives were able to link […]

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Hand-Foot-Mouth Outbreak Causing Neurologic Disease in Kids

Hand-Foot-Mouth Outbreak Causing Neurologic Disease in Kids

| September 14, 2018, 11:27 AM

The CDC has reported today about a viral outbreak involving 34 children who have developed neurologic complications as a result of enterovirus (EV), a common cause of Hand-Foot-Mouth disease. The outbreak has currently been identified in Colorado only but healthcare providers have been alerted to watch for further spread.  The children affected so far have […]

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5 killed in Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis

5 killed in Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis

| June 28, 2018, 02:54 PM

UPDATE: CBS News is identifying the shooter as Jarrod Ramos who had a long running feud with The Capital, it’s former Editor Tom Marquardt, and former columnist Eric Hartley. UPDATE:  Police have said that the suspect is from Maryland and that he has been identified via facial recognition. He has mutilated his fingertips and fingerprints […]

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Kevin Kamenetz, 60, dies after cardiac arrest

Kevin Kamenetz, 60, dies after cardiac arrest

| May 10, 2018, 06:42 AM

Kevin Kamenetz, the Baltimore County Executive who was currently running for Governor passed away this morning after suffering from cardiac arrest. Kamenetz was 60. Baltimore County emergency crews were called to his Owings Mills home around 2am after the County Executive complained of feeling ill. He was transported to the University of Maryland St. Joseph’s […]

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Annapolis Market House glitch, new leaseholder to take over on Monday.

Annapolis Market House glitch, new leaseholder to take over on Monday.

| April 01, 2018, 09:41 AM

Eye On Annapolis has learned that New Market (the vendor selected to operate the Market house in Annapolis) has run into some unforeseen issues in renovating the building and has proposed a significant change. With  an emergency late night meeting on Friday, five members of the Council and Mayor Buckley have decided to not allow […]

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Shooting in Annapolis

Shooting in Annapolis

| March 24, 2018, 12:44 PM

UPDATE 2: From APD On March 24th at 12:27 p.m. officers responded to the 1700 block of Forest Drive for a report of an adult male victim suffering from a gun shot wound. Officers located the man who appeared to have injuries consistent with being shot. The man was transported to an area hospital for treatment.  There is […]

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Anne Arundel Winter Storm Safety Alert

Anne Arundel Winter Storm Safety Alert

| March 21, 2018, 02:03 PM

Annapolis Winter Storm Safety Alert: Winter storms and cold temperatures can be deadly. Power outages, frozen docks and slippery roadways all contribute to injuries and deaths every year. Evolve Medical brings you a reminder of what you should (and shouldn’t) do to protect you and your family during Winter Storm Toby.   Start with these Steps […]

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BREAKING: School shooting in St. Mary’s County Maryland

BREAKING: School shooting in St. Mary’s County Maryland

| March 20, 2018, 09:37 AM

  UPDATES: Governor Larry Hogan issued the following statement following the shooting incident at Great Mills High School in St. Mary’s County, Maryland: “The school shooting that took place this morning at Great Mills High School remains an active investigation, and Maryland State Police are on the scene assisting local and federal law enforcement. I […]

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Flu Deaths Spike in Children: 75% Didn’t Get Flu Shot

Flu Deaths Spike in Children: 75% Didn’t Get Flu Shot

| February 17, 2018, 02:08 PM

A sharp spike in flu deaths among children was reported Friday by the CDC.  Called the worst flu season in a decade, another 22 children died last week.  Across the US, 84 children have died of the flu since the season began.   But there may be some good news. This week, researchers reported  that […]

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Shooting at Ft. Meade, suspect in custody

Shooting at Ft. Meade, suspect in custody

| February 14, 2018, 10:18 AM

Details are few (as are most details surrounding Ft. Meade and the National Security Agency campus) but at least one person has been injured in a shooting this morning at a gate into the Canine Road entrance of Ft. Meade off of Maryland Route 32 as a black SUV attempted to breach the gate. Anne […]

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2018 Flu Worsens — Weeks More Ahead

2018 Flu Worsens — Weeks More Ahead

| February 06, 2018, 11:45 AM

2018 FLU SEASON UPDATE: Hospitalizations for flu are at the highest level since the CDC began collecting this data — and climbing. Many flu experts predict the 2018 flu season has weeks more to go.  In Maryland, ERs and doctors are seeing an increased percentage of people sick with the flu for the third straight week. […]

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How Doctors and Nurses Prevent Flu

How Doctors and Nurses Prevent Flu

| February 02, 2018, 04:15 PM

Prevent Flu Ever wonder how doctors and nurses prevent flu? After all, they are surrounded by people with high fevers and the flu, coughing at them in small exam rooms. The answers may surprise you–and mainly because some of the most important preventative steps are so simple! 1. Wash Your Hands (or use hand sanitizer) […]

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Flu Deadlier – Spread by Breathing

Flu Deadlier – Spread by Breathing

| January 22, 2018, 11:54 AM

The flu virus is deadlier this year, killing an average of 100 people per week beginning last month. The flu has killed 30 children this year so far.  On top of that, the University of Maryland School of Public Health published a study showing that just breathing may spread the flu. Read more.  The CDC is […]

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Flu Level Spikes in Maryland

Flu Level Spikes in Maryland

| January 09, 2018, 02:05 PM

Influenza rate has spiked suddenly here in Maryland. Flu intensity is now listed at the highest level and widespread. In the US, 13 children have died this year from the flu. At the same time, the influenza strain being detected this year is H3N2 and according to a commentary published in the New England Journal of […]

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