'It's Been A Week Or More' | Baltimore County Residents Frustrated By Recent USPS Mail DelaysFor weeks, many Marylanders have been frustrated by mail delays, and some haven’t been getting their mail at all.
Several Fells Point Restaurants Will Not Open For Indoor Dining; Cite COVID-19 ConcernsBaltimore Mayor Jack Young said Thursday restaurants in the city could resume indoor dining at 25 percent capacity starting 5 p.m. Friday.
'Job Gains Have Slowed Considerably,' Says Economic Policy Institute EconomistUnemployment's sizable decline in July still reflects a slowing economic recovery in the face of the unchecked coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Mayor Updates Guidance On Reopening For Restaurants, Businesses, Religious InstitutionsBaltimore Mayor Jack Young released updated guidance for city businesses and religious institutions as the restaurants will be allowed to reopen indoor dining at 25% capacity. Some restrictions were also tightened for businesses.
Shop Maryland Tax Free Week Set Begin August 9The annual Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week is set to begin this Sunday, August 9 and run through the following Saturday, August 15.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Indoor Dining, Gatherings Reopening Friday At 25% Capacity, Tightens Some RestrictionsMayor Jack Young signed an executive order reopening indoor dining at a reduced capacity, while still adding some updated restrictions on gatherings.
'It Brings Back The Reason Why We Do This': Nonprofit Helps Struggling Restaurants Feed Workers On Front Lines Of COVID-19 PandemicA nonprofit organization has found a way to help both frontline workers and restaurants simultaneously amid the coronavirus pandemic.
All-Electronic, Cashless Tolling Now Permanent At MDTA-Operated Facilities; Gov. Hogan Urges Motorists To Get E-ZPass To Pay Lowest TollsAll-electronic, cashless tolling will now be permanent at all Maryland Transportation Authority-operated tolls in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday.
Over 18K Marylanders Filed For Unemployment Last WeekOver 18,000 Marylanders filed for unemployment in the last week.
The FDA's List Of Dangerous Hand Sanitizers Has Now Grown To More Than 100The US Food and Drug Administration has expanded its warning about hand sanitizers to avoid, with the list now topping 100.
Customer Allegedly Spits On Brew Belly Employee Who Asked Him To Wear A MaskMontgomery County Police are investigating after a customer allegedly spit on an employee at an Olney restaurant after he was asked to wear a mask.
These Companies Are Working From Home Until 2021-- Or ForeverSome employees won't return to their offices until at least 2021, while others might not ever see their office again.
Guinness Open Gate Brewery Launches Two New Beers To Celebrate Second AnniversaryThe Guinness brewery in Maryland is getting ready to celebrate its second birthday, and it's brewing up some new beers to mark the occasion.
'We Know This Is A Recession, But We Don't Want This To Go Into Depression Territory,' Says Economics ProfessorWith the first round of economic stimulus running out, millions of Americans are about to take a massive hit to their household budget.
United States Economy Shrinks By Record 32.9 Percent In Second QuarterThe United States economy endured its worst quarter in recorded history this past spring, brought on by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.