AAA: Maryland Gas Prices Continue To Climb, National Average Nearly $3 Per GallonThe national average price for a gallon of gas is nearly $3. Here in Maryland, we are paying slightly less than the national average, at $2.84 a gallon.
Norma Jean's Closed For Breaking Baltimore City's COVID RegulationsAn adult entertainment venue in Baltimore city was shut down Saturday after it broke the city's coronavirus regulations.
Cost Of Building Materials Are Up Following Pandemic, Contractors Say It'll Put Them Out Of BusinessMaryland contractors have noticed a steady increase in the price of building materials since the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020. One contractor tells WJZ at first he thought the pandemic was driving up costs, but now he thinks it's price-gouging.
Maryland Lifts COVID Capacity Restrictions On Restaurant Dining, Retail And Other Businesses FridayGov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday Maryland will lift capacity limits for outdoor and indoor dining, as well as other establishments Friday at 5 p.m.
Third Stimulus Check: Your Next Relief Payment May Not Be $1,400A third stimulus check has been signed into law, but it won't necessarily be the $1,400 amount that everyone keeps talking about.
Local, National Gas Prices Increase Again This Week, AAA Mid-Atlantic SaysGas prices across Maryland, and the rest of the nation, increased this week, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
Child Tax Credit: How Expanded Credit Works And Why It Means More Money To ParentsRaising a child is very expensive, but the expanded child tax credit is about to give parents some more money to help.
Maryland’s COVID-19 Layoff Aversion Fund Saves Over 21K Jobs, Helps More Than 1K Small Businesses, Gov. Hogan SaysGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday the Maryland Department of Labor’s COVID-19 Layoff Aversion Fund saved over 21,000 jobs and supported more than 1,000 small businesses through two rounds of funding, totaling over $31 million.
18 Months After Columbia Gas Explosion, One Of First Tenants Moves Back InA line of loyal customers stretched outside the doors of Pub Dog in Columbia on Monday as the restaurant reopened 18 months after a powerful gas explosion destroyed it and a number of neighboring businesses.
Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, 70% Of Women Feel They Need To Lower Career Expectations, LinkedIn Survey FindsMore than 67 million women are currently employed in the U.S. For many of them, the COVID-19 pandemic has turned life upside down.
Adult Entertainment Resumes In Baltimore Friday Afternoon After City Agrees To Lift COVID RestrictionAfter Baltimore city reached an agreement with strip clubs Wednesday, adult entertainment venues were allowed to reopen in the city on Friday afternoon.
Stimulus Check Update: Are Relief Payments Bad For The Economy?A third stimulus check is a very popular idea, but some experts believe it's not what the economy needs right now.
12.2K Unemployment Insurance Claims Filed Last Week In MarylandMaryland's unemployment insurance claims remained flat last week, according to the latest numbers released by the state's Department of Labor.
Maryland Considering Bill To Allow Beer, Wine In Grocery StoresMaryland lawmakers are considering legislation that would allow grocery stores in the state to sell beer and wine.
City, Strip Club Reach Agreement Allowing Adult Entertainment To Resume In Baltimore With COVID-19 Protocols, Law Firm SaysDays after the owner of a Baltimore strip club sued the city over COVID-19 regulations he said unfairly targeted adult entertainment, the club and the city have reached a settlement that will allow it to reopen, a law firm representing the club said Wednesday evening.