Butternut Squash Products Sold In 11 States, Including Maryland, Recalled Over Listeria ConcernsA number of butternut squash products sold in 11 states, including Maryland as well as Washington, D.C., are being recalled due to possible listeria contamination.
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.
Curbside Recycling Resumes Tuesday In Baltimore Following Suspension Amid COVID-19 PandemicCurbside recycling is set to resume in Baltimore on Tuesday, four-and-a-half months after it was suspended due to staffing shortages amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Johns Hopkins University Warns Of Email Scam Targeting Staff, FacultyJohns Hopkins University is warning of an e-mail scam that's targeting staff and faculty members.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces $1B COVID-19 RELIEF Act, Includes $750 Income Tax Credit For Maryland FamiliesGov. Larry Hogan announced a $1 billion RELIEF Act that includes tax cuts and an income tax credit to help Maryland families, individuals and small businesses reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maryland AG Report Outlines How State Should Help Residents Recover From Impacts Of COVID-19 PandemicMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh released a report Monday that outlines recommendations to help residents recover from impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Weis Ice Cream Recalled Over Possible Metal ContaminationHeads up, people with a sweet tooth: Weis is recalling thousands of containers of ice cream that could have metal in them.
Columbia Among Best Cities For Jobs In 2021, Study SaysColumbia has been named the second-best city for jobs in the U.S. for 2021.
More Than 11K Marylanders File For Unemployment In First Week Of 2021Unemployment remains high in 2021 as 787,000 Americans filed for unemployment in the first week of the new year.
Maryland Among 'Most Moved From' States In 2020, Study SaysMaryland is among the top 10 states people moved away from in 2020, according to a new study.
Maryland Now Accepting Claims, Issues Payments For Extended Pandemic Unemployment InsuranceThe Maryland Department of Labor has begun to accept claims and issue payments for extended pandemic unemployment insurance, Gov. Larry Hogan's office announced Tuesday.
Johns Hopkins University Wins $400K Grant To Help Black Cancer PatientsA grant totaling $399,924 will help Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore fund improved cancer treatment options for Black patients in the area.
Gift Card Scams On The Rise In Parts Of Maryland, State Police SayGift card scams primarily targeting the elderly are on the rise in parts of Maryland, state police said.
Maryland Gas Prices Hold Steady As 2021 BeginsThe new year has started, but prices at the gas pump in Maryland and across the nation are holding steady.
Planet Fitness Offering Free Classes On Facebook To Help People Get Back Into Shape In 2021Many have taken up some new pandemic hobbies like making sourdough bread or other crafts. For some of you, your workout regimen may have fallen by the wayside, but gyms around Maryland are getting ready to help you get back to the gym safely.