More Than 56K Marylanders Applied For Unemployment Last WeekMore than 56,000 Marylanders applied for unemployment insurance last week, about 10,000 more than the previous week. 
3 Canton Restaurants Temporarily Closed Due To Employees Testing Positive For COVID-19Three restaurants in Baltimore's Canton neighborhood have announced they will temporarily close for cleaning after employees tested positive for coronavirus.
Old Bay Hot Sauce Sold Out Online, May Still Be Available In Some StoresThe limited-edition Old Bay Hot Sauce that flew off shelves when it was first announced earlier this year is sold out again, at least online.
Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week Set To Return Later This Month With Changes Due To COVID-19Attention, foodies: the Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week is set to begin later this month.
Amazon Signs 7 Leases In Maryland For New Delivery StationsAmazon has signed seven new leases in Maryland for their new delivery stations.
State Sen. Jill Carter Calls For Boycott Of Atlas Restaurant Group In Wake Of Dress Code Controversy At Ouzo BayState Sen. Jill Carter is calling for a boycott of Atlas Restaurant Group in the wake of the latest dress code controversy involving one of its restaurants.
Lawsuit Filed Against Baltimore County Executive Over Protests At Vince's CrabhouseA lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a Baltimore County restaurant that saw several days of protests following a racist comment the owner made on social media.
Reopening Maryland: More Maryland Casinos Open Doors To PublicMore Maryland casinos are opening their doors to the public as additional coronavirus-related restrictions in the state are lifted.
Reopening Baltimore: Horseshoe Casino Reopens To General Public On SundayAs Maryland moves through the stages of Gov. Larry Hogan's Roadmap to Recovery coronavirus plan, the Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore opened its doors to the general public on Sunday.
Baltimore Area Gets More Than $450K To Help Minority, Women-Owned Businesses, Lawmakers AnnounceBaltimore's congressional delegation on Thursday announced the region will get more than $450,000 to help support minority- and women-owned businesses and create jobs.
Reopening Maryland: Baltimore Mayor Lifts Restrictions On Large Outdoor Gatherings; Indoor Gatherings Must Be At 50% CapacityBaltimore Mayor Jack Young is lifting coronavirus restrictions on large outdoor gatherings, including mass, as of Friday, June 26 at 5 p.m.