Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Larry Hogan Hopes To Lift 'Stay At Home' Order In MayGov. Larry Hogan is hoping to lift the stay at home order sometime in May as long as the state's number of coronavirus-related deaths and hospitalizations begin a downward trend.
Coronavirus Latest: Prince George's County To Require Face Coverings For All Shoppers, CommutersPrince George's County will now require any shoppers or commuters to wear face masks when they are out for essential reasons.
'Slap In The Face' | Firefighters Union Says City Shouldn't Be Discussing Layoffs, Furloughs During COVID-19 PandemicThe city firefighters union issued a statement Friday, calling the city's proposal to possibly layoff or furlough firefighters after they are risking their lives on the front lines during the coronavirus pandemic a "slap in the face."
'Most Dangerous Time' | Marylanders Most At-Risk For COVID-19 Easter Weekend, Next WeekAs Maryland and the National Capital Region were predicted to be the next hotspot for coronavirus, Gov. Larry Hogan said the "more dangerous time" will be this weekend and next week for the region.
Coronavirus Impact: Marylanders Eligible For Unemployment Insurance Will Receive An Additional $600 Per Week From FedsMarylanders who are eligible for unemployment insurance through the state will also now receive an additional $600 from the federal government, state officials announced Friday.
'Furious And Disgusted' | FOP President Says Of City's Plan To Possibly Lay Off, Furlough Officers To Recoup Costs Of COVID-19Baltimore city police officers may be furloughed or laid off in order for the city to recoup the cost of COVID-19.
Coronavirus Impact: National Aquarium Furloughs 100 Employees, Reduces Salaries After COVID-19 ClosureThe National Aquarium in Baltimore had to furlough 100 employees after it decided to close for six weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic. It also had to reduce the salary of employees that remain.
Coronavirus Pandemic Leave You Unemployed? Here's How Marylanders Can Get HelpAny Marylander who's without work due to the coronavirus epidemic can immediately apply for unemployment benefits, even if their business closed only temporarily.
Coronavirus Impact: Maryland Small Business Owners Affected By COVID-19 Pandemic Can Apply For Low-Interest Loans, Grants To Cover CostsMore than $350 million in funds has been opened up to help support Maryland small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Impact: Gov. Larry Hogan Issues Order To Protect Families From Price Gouging On Household EssentialsWhile Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan ordered the closure of all non-essential businesses Monday, he also made a number of other announcements, including an executive order to combat price-gouging.
Your Pet Won't Give You Coronavirus, So Hug Away, Experts SayTo the best of current scientific knowledge, can you get the coronavirus called Covid-19 from your dog or cat? Or give it to them?
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Trash & Recycling Will Be Picked Up Curbside; Rat Abatement, Street Sweeping Suspended IndefinitelyBaltimore's Department of Public Works is making several changes due to the coronavirus epidemic.
People Are Curbing Their Stay-At-Home Anxiety The Analog Way: With PuzzlesPeople sharing their quarantine routines online seem to be fascinated by a recently revived -- and very analog -- solution: Jigsaw puzzles.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Gov. Larry Hogan Closes All Indoor Shopping Malls & Entertainment VenuesGov. Larry Hogan orders the closure of any enclosed shopping malls and entertainment venues across the state effective at 5 p.m. Thursday to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Saval Foodservice Donates Food To Restaurant Workers Hit Hard By CoronavirusIt’s a situation a lot of restaurants are facing across the state but one local food distribution company is looking to help.