Scott Emphasizes Police Improvements, Community Investment & Economic Relief In Second State Of The City AddressMayor Brandon Scott on Tuesday emphasized modernizing Baltimore's police force, investment in its communities and providing economic relief to residents in his second annual State of the City address.
Maryland Adds 16,700 Jobs In February, Unemployment Falls Slightly To 5%Maryland added 16,700 jobs in the month of February and the unemployment rate fell slightly to 5%, according to newly released figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Small Business Owners Discuss Pandemic Recovery Challenges With Rep. Kweisi Mfume“It’s very important for me to come into communities like this to hear this and to have the right sort of take away to go back to congress and to make adjustments,” the congressman said.
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Maryland Tourism Industry Encourages Residents To Support As They Continue To Recover From PandemicRestaurant owners, hotel managers, tourism industry workers might be down but do not count them out. The entire industry is trying to recharge so they can come back from this pandemic stronger than ever.
The Economy And Jobs Are Top Issues Heading Into 2022 Governor's Race, Poll SaysHeading into the 2022 gubernatorial election, the economy and jobs remain a top priority for Maryland voters, according to the new Goucher Poll released Thursday.
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.
Ocean City, Maryland Businesses Struggling To Find People To Work This SummerMany tourism and hospitality industries are struggling to find and hire employees, including in Ocean City.
Baltimore Businesses Looking To Recover After Pandemic Punch To Tourism In 2020Ravens games are one of those things that bring fans from near and far into the Baltimore city. It's great news for local businesses that took a huge hit during this pandemic.
Direct Deposit Now Available For Unemployment Benefits For MarylandersThose receiving unemployment in Maryland can now sign up for direct deposit.
Dollar General Hosting Hiring Events For Baltimore StoresDollar General is going on a hiring spree!
Wayfair To Bring Distribution Center To Harford County, Adding More Than 250 JobsWayfair is building a new distribution center at MRP Industrial's Eastgate Logistics Park in Aberdeen.
Vaccaro's Italian Pastry Receives $7,500 From Famous FundVaccaro's Italian Pastry Shop will get $7,500 to help with coronavirus impacts.
12.2K Unemployment Insurance Claims Filed Last Week In MarylandMaryland's unemployment insurance claims remained flat last week, according to the latest numbers released by the state's Department of Labor.
Grants Available For Baltimore City Hotels Impacted By COVID-19Tourism in Baltimore City was greatly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, like many other major cities across the U.S. Now, city hotels will have some relief in the form of grant money, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday.