Hogan Announces Low-Interest Loans Available For Those Impacted By Hurricane IdaThe remnants of Hurricane Ida spawned two confirmed tornados over Anne Arundel County that left significant damage to homes and businesses.
Hogan Announces $4M In Relief For Homeowners, Businesses Impacted By Ida Following FEMA DenialGov. Larry Hogan on Friday released $4 million to provide money for home repairs, short-term rental assistance and business loans to homeowners and business owners who suffered damages from the remnants of Hurricane Ida in early September.
Harford County To Begin Accepting Applications For COVID-19 Relief Grants For Businesses, NonprofitsHarford County officials announced that they will begin accepting applications for grants to help local businesses and nonprofits with telework and online operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Businesses & Venues Continuing With Reopening Plans Despite Rise In Covid-19 CasesDespite the recent uptick in covid cases, live venues, theaters and museums are continuing with their reopening plans but that doesn’t mean they’re in the clear.
With Tourism On The Rise, Businesses In Maryland Hope To Have A Better SummerTourism took a huge hit last year because of the pandemic but now with the restrictions now easing, locals are hoping to have a better summer.
Mayor Brandon Scott Didn't Attend Fells Point Town Hall Because He Was At Another Community MeetingA town hall was held Thursday night to help outline how police would be address recent crime in the Fells Point area.
Ocean City Officials Ask Visitors To Be Patient As They Continue To Struggle With Staffing Hotels, Restaurants And AttractionsThe Town of Ocean City is asking visitors to pack their patience, as a workforce shortage has wait times at restaurants, hotels and attraction longer than normal.
Ocean City Maryland Welcomes Memorial Day Tourists, But Officials Say Be Safe, Pack PatienceOcean City, Maryland's restaurants and businesses are ready to welcome Memorial Day weekend tourists and kick off the summer season. But officials say visitors should make their safety a priority and pack their patience this weekend.
Gov. Hogan Signs Bill To Allow Cocktails-To-Go, Alcohol Delivery Through June 2023Gov. Larry Hogan signed a bill into Maryland law Tuesday to allow bars and restaurants to sell cocktails-to-go and deliver alcohol.
Maryland Businesses Split On Whether Or Not To Keep Mask Mandates After CDC, Hogan AnnouncementFor the first time in over a year, Maryland restaurants and businesses could open on Saturday without masks and other pandemic restrictions.
COVID Latest: Mask Mandates Remain Indoors While Dining, Shopping In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday afternoon while he's lifting mask mandates outdoors, masks will still be required while indoors whether dining or shopping.
Howard County Announces $6.5M In COVID-19 Pandemic AidHoward County Executive Calvin Ball filed emergency legislation to reallocate $6.5 million of county funds in fiscal year 2021 for coronavirus pandemic aid.
COVID-19 Latest: Judge Blocks Anne Arundel County Dining Ban, Says Restrictions Unfairly Target RestaurantsA judge blocked Anne Arundel County's dining ban just hours before it was set to take effect and said the county executive "appears to have relied on a selective interpretation of the data relating to COVID-19 matters that ignores or minimizes other sources of COVID-19 contact..."
Baltimore County To Provide $2.5M For Restaurants To Extend Outdoor Dining Season, Improve COVID-19 SafetyBaltimore County will provide $2.5 million to help restaurants and food service establishments extend the outdoor dining season and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Coronavirus Latest: Indoor Dining Capacity Increases To 75% In Maryland MondayMost Maryland restaurants will increase their indoor dining to 75% Monday at 5 p.m. However, Anne Arundel County and Baltimore City will not be increasing capacity.