Stimulus Check Latest: Revised HEROES Act, Passed By House, Includes $1200 Payment; $600 Additional UnemploymentThe revised HEROES Act, passed by Democrats in the House, would still include stimulus payments and enhanced unemployment benefits.
Harford County Restaurants Can Soon Apply For $10K Coronavirus Relief GrantsHarford County restaurants impacted by the coronavirus pandemic will soon be able to apply for grants to help them cover their expenses.
While Cruise Ships Remain At Shore, Cargo Volume At Port Of Baltimore Rebounding, Port Administration SaysWhile cruise ships have remained off the seas for more than six months due to the coronavirus pandemic, cargo volume at the Port of Baltimore is rebounding, the Maryland Port Administration said Thursday.
Stimulus Check Update: What's The Latest On A Second Payment Package?Stimulus discussions are back on the table in Washington, but time is growing short to deliver a second round of stimulus payments before the election.
Maryland Revenues Improve, But Officials Warn Of UncertaintyThe state's Board of Revenue Estimates raised revenue projections to $18.7 billion for the current fiscal year, which began in July.
New Lexington Market Vendor Application Period Closing FridayConstruction on the new Lexington Market is well under way, and as the project's completion nears, vendors hoping to move in have just days until the first wave of applications is due.
National Coffee Day: Where To Get A Free Cup, DealsSeptember 29th is National Coffee Day in America and you can get a free cup of coffee from several places.
Macy's Hiring Ahead Of Holiday Season, Including At Joppa Fulfillment CenterMacy's is looking to fill 25,000 jobs in order to get ready for the fast-approaching holiday season.
Baltimore Leaders Expected To Announce Winter Outdoor Dining Plan This WeekThis week, Baltimore City Councilman Eric Costello and Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young are expected to announce a new winter outdoor dining plan.
Clothing Retailer DTLR Holds Run, Ride Event To Encourage Baltimoreans To VoteClothing retailer DTLR encouraged Baltimoreans to vote by holding a "Run, Ride and Register" event in the city on Friday.
Restaurants Should Be Able To Use Barriers To Avoid 6-Foot Distance Between Tables, Group ArguesThe Restaurant Association of Maryland is calling on the state to allow restaurants to use physical barriers between tables and booths as a way to avoid the mandatory six feet of distance required amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Cinemark Egyptian 24 At Arundel Mills Reopens FridayAnother movie theater in the Baltimore area is reopening more than six months after being forced to close due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Local Oyster Opening New Location In Locust PointThere will soon be a new restaurant to check out in Baltimore's Locust Point neighborhood.
Unemployment Drops In Maryland With More Than 9,000 Claims Filed In Last WeekUnemployment numbers in Maryland dropped by more than 4,000 with 9,185 new claims filed in the last week.
IKEA Plans To Donate More Than $2M, Amount Employees Got In Unemployment, To Md., DC NonprofitsIKEA plans to donate more than $2.1 million, the amount its employees got in state unemployment benefits during store closures and furloughs, to nonprofits in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., areas.