'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.
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.
Residential Parking Permit Enforcement To Resume In Baltimore September 1, City SaysResidential parking permit enforcement in Baltimore will resume next month, the city's parking authority said Thursday.
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.
FBI Reports Rise In Shopping Scams Via Fraudulent Websites, Social MediaThe Federal Bureau of Investigation's Baltimore office is reporting a rise in shopping scams linked to fraudulent websites and social media.
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.
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.
Some Marylanders May Qualify For Additional 13 Weeks Of Extended Unemployment Benefits. Here's What You Need To KnowSome Marylanders may qualify for an additional 13 weeks of extended unemployment benefits, the state's labor department said Friday.
Mysterious Seeds To People Across US, Including Maryland, Likely Part Of 'Brushing Scam,' USDA SaysThe mysterious seeds from China showing up in mailboxes across the country, including in Maryland, are likely part of a "brushing scam," the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
Coronavirus Latest: Masks Now Required At BWIMasks will now be required at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport for both employees and passengers starting Friday at 5 p.m.
Gov. Larry Hogan Extends Order Prohibiting Utility Providers Shutting Off, Charging Late Fees Through Sept. 1Gov. Larry Hogan extended an emergency order Friday prohibiting utility providers from shutting off or charging late fees for residential services through Sept. 1.
City Officials Ask Baltimore Residents To Clear Storm Drains To Prevent Major FloodingCity officials asked residents to help clear storm drains to help prevent flooding.
Johns Hopkins Ranks 3rd In The Nation's Best Hospitals ListJohns Hopkins Hospital ranked no. 3 among the nation's best hospitals, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Sheppard Pratt Among Nation's Top 5 Psychiatric HospitalsSheppard Pratt was ranked among the nation's top five psychiatric hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.