Need A Job? Six Flags Is Hiring 1,500 Employees At Virtual EventIf you need a job, Six Flags America in Prince George's County will be hiring 1,500 employees for their 2021 season in a virtual event.
Multiple Winter Storm Systems Keep Maryland Contractors, Crews BusySix hundred tons of salt sit piled up a story high in Joppa, one of eight salt hubs for Akehurst Landscaping ahead of the first of two winter storms expected across the Baltimore area this week.
Maryland Child Care Providers Eligible For $60M In COVID-19 Pandemic Relief Grants, Gov. Hogan AnnouncesChild care providers in Maryland will soon be getting economic help in the form of $60 million in pandemic relief grants.
Looking For Valentine's Day Ideas? Annapolis Town Center Cupid's Drive-In Is Offering Movie ShowingsIf you're looking for a romantic night for Valentine's Day weekend, look no further than the Annapolis Town Center for their Cupid's Drive-In event.
Maryland Extends State Health Insurance Special Enrollment Until May 15If you're uninsured, you now have more time to sign up for Maryland Health Connection. 
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Launches Online Progress Tracker For First 100 Days ActionsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday the launch of his "100 Days of Action Tracker," an online tracking page for all of the priorities the mayor has said he will focus on his first 100 days in office.
New Program Aims To Attract More Black-Owned Businesses To Downtown Baltimore, Fill Empty StorefrontsA new program hopes to attract more Black-owned businesses to Baltimore's downtown.
Virtual Event From Facebook Teaches Baltimore Business Owners How To Better Use Platform For MarketingFacebook is trying to help struggling entrepreneurs be more successful with their efforts.
Multiple Black History Month Events Announced In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan is recognizing historic African American figures in Maryland's history.
Anne Arundel County Launches 'Inclusive Ventures Program' To Help Minority-Owned Businesses Expand, GrowAnne Arundel County is launching a new program to help minority-owned businesses expand and grow.
Second Wave Of Applications For Spots In Renovated Lexington Market Now Open Through March 19Vendors hoping to get a spot in the redeveloped Lexington Market in Baltimore have another opportunity to do so.
Want To Get The COVID-19 Vaccination In Maryland? Here’s What You Need To Know County-By-CountyWhile Marylanders waits for more covid-19 vaccines and the state to open six mass vaccination sites, local health departments are setting up their own plans to manage the demand for vaccines.
You Can Register Online Now For Baltimore YouthWorks 2021 Summer Jobs ProgramRegistration is now open for Baltimore teens interested in making some money this summer. 
Comcast Launches 29 WiFi-Connected 'Lift Zones' In Baltimore, Virginia, DC AreaComcast will equip 29 locations across the DC-Baltimore-Virginia area with WiFi-connected "Lift Zones" over the next few weeks.
Gov. Hogan Adds $20.7 In COVID-19 Relief Funding For Schools, Community Colleges To Help Get Students Back Into ClassroomsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced an additional $20.7 million in education relief funding to help get students back into classrooms amid the coronavirus pandemic.