COVID-19 Latest: Restaurant Dining, More To Reopen In Baltimore FridayBaltimore officials announced that both indoor and outdoor dining will be allowed with some COVID-19 restrictions in the city, starting this Friday at 6 a.m.
More Than $160K Raised For Baltimore Restaurants By Jimmy's Famous Seafood In Less Than 48 HoursJimmy's Famous Seafood has started a fund to help struggling restaurants amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and more than $160,000 has been raised in less than 48 hours.
Baltimore City Council Committee Passes Bill To Cap Delivery App FeesAs Baltimore City restaurants continue to rely on delivery services, the city council is taking another step to put money back into the pockets of small businesses.
National Aquarium Reopens After It Was Shut Down For Social Distancing, Overcrowding IssuesThe National Aquarium in Baltimore reopened Monday morning after it was temporarily closed Sunday for coronavirus-related violations.
Maryland Officials Hope Training Programs, Employer Incentives Help Unemployed Find JobsMaryland saw a jump in unemployment claims and lawmakers hope to make tackling the unemployment crisis a focus of the new administration.
Stimulus Check Update: 'I Believe We Have A Moral Obligation,' Says President-Elect Joe BidenPresident-elect Joe Biden disclosed plans for a $1.9 trillion stimulus package designed to counter the worsening COVID-19 pandemic and support the sinking economy.
Clothing Company Christopher & Banks Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Plans To Close 'Significant Portion, If Not All' StoresWomen's clothing retailer Christopher & Banks filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Thursday and plans to close "a significant portion, if not all" of its stores, the company said.
31.5K Marylanders Filed For Unemployment Last WeekThe number of Marylanders who filed for unemployment nearly tripled in just one week, according to the state's Department of Labor.
Anne Arundel County Extended COVID-19 Restrictions, Permits 'Garden Dome' Seating At RestaurantsAnne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman is extending COVID-19 restrictions with some adjustments due to a continuation of high case and hospitalizations numbers. 
Surging Stock Market Reflects 'Very Bright Outlook' For Economy, Finance Prof SaysThe stock market has enjoyed a historic rise, despite the pandemic and political upheaval, and looks poised to continue growing through 2021 and beyond.
USPS Delays Create Problems For Residents Paying Bills Through Mail, Receiving PackagesMajor delays in the United States Postal Service are having a trickle down effect and costing some customers hundreds of dollars through no fault of their own.