'It's A Shot In The Arm' | Despite $250M In Relief From State, Small Businesses Worry It Won't Be EnoughAs businesses across Maryland continue to struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic, a new dose of economic aid is coming from the State's rainy day fund.
Maryland Gas Prices Drop 3 Cents In Past Week, 20 Cents Below Same Time In 2019, AAA SaysMarylanders are seeing some slight savings at the pump, with gas prices dropping an average of three cents statewide over the past week, AAA Mid-Atlantic said Friday.
You Can Get $10 Off A Lyft To Vote Thanks To Nike. Here's HowNike and Lyft have partnered to offer voters $10 off a ride to drop off or cast their ballots in a number of cities, including Baltimore.
Labor Department Reports 23K New Unemployment Claims In Maryland, Down From Previous WeekMaryland saw more than 23,000 new unemployment claims last week, the state's labor department reported Thursday.
Comptroller Peter Franchot Urges Gov. Hogan To Use Some Of State's Reserve Fund To Help Small BusinessesComptroller Peter Franchot urged Gov. Hogan to use some of the $500 million in the state's reserve fund to help small businesses.
As Average Rent Prices Fall In DC, Baltimore Seeing Rates Climb, Report FindsDespite dozens of the largest counties in the country seeing rent prices fall from one year ago, Baltimore rents are increasing at some of the highest rates, a new report found.
Peloton Recalls Pedals On 27,000 Exercise Bikes After Reported InjuriesPeloton has issued a voluntary recall on pedals used on about 27,000 of its exercise bikes because of a reported "laceration hazard."
Baltimore County Launches New Redesigned WebsiteBaltimore County launched its new redesigned website Thursday.
Two Maryland Cities, DC Among Best Places To Live In The U.S.Two Maryland cities are among the U.S. News & World Reports Best Places to Live.
Apple Ditching The Ear Buds And Charger For Its Newest iPhone LineupApple will ship the iPhone 12 without headphones or a charging brick, a move aimed at cutting down on waste.
All Maryland VEIP Sites Reopening Next Week, MDOT MVA SaysAll Vehicle Emission Inspection Program sites in Maryland will reopen next week, the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration announced Tuesday.
Some Cottonelle Flushable Wipes Recalled Over Bacteria ConcernsA number of Cottonelle flushable wipe products are being recalled due to bacteria concerns, Kimberly-Clark announced.
Baltimore, DC Among Best Places To RetireBaltimore and Washington D.C. are among the Best Places to Retire, according to the U.S. News & World Report.
JUMP Electric Bikes To Roll Out In Baltimore This WeekendStarting on Saturday, Baltimore residents and visitors will have another way to get around the city.
Maryland Pump Prices Up This Week But Still Less Than One Year Ago, AAA Mid-Atlantic SaysGas prices in Maryland were up this week but remained lower than this time last year, AAA Mid-Atlantic said Friday.