Marylanders Affected By Pandemic Can Now Apply For Eviction Prevention GrantsGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday the application period for $16 million in grants is now open.
Despite Eviction Moratorium, Unemployed Marylanders Worry About What Happens When Rent Comes DueFor many of the thousands of Marylanders out of work, a fear of eviction is constant.
'Cancel The Rent' | Community Groups Call On Gov. Hogan To Extend Moratorium On EvictionsProtesters marched to the Governor's mansion Friday the same time the Administration announced it will be rolling out plans to help people on the brink of eviction.
$2.3M To Go To 8 Maryland Counties In First Round Of Eviction Prevention Grants During COVID-19 PandemicGov. Larry Hogan announced Monday that eight counties will receive more than $2.3 million in the first round of Maryland Eviction Prevention Partnership grants. 
Baltimore County To Give Financial Support For Residents At Risk Of Eviction Due To COVID-19Baltimore County will provide financial support to help cover the cost of rent for residents who are at risk of eviction during the coronavirus pandemic.
City Officials Detail Safety Problems After 'Bell Foundry' CondemnedThere is new information on the extent of safety problems inside an art and performance space in Station North.
Fired Rabbi Freundel Refuses To Leave His Synagogue-Owned HomeBarry Freundel is accused of secretly videotaping women in a ritual bath.
Tenants Of Prince George's Complex File ComplaintTenants of a District Heights apartment building have accused the owners of threatening to illegally evict them.
Glen Burnie Couple Faces Eviction After Pit Bull AttackA Glen Burnie couple attacked by a pit bull June 21 is being evicted from their Highland Drive apartment at the end of this month.
Baltimore Housing Community Residents Seek Restraining Order To Keep Their Pit BullsPit bull owners are taking their fight to keep their dogs and their homes to federal court.
Pit Bull Owners Face Decision To Abandon Their Dogs Or Be Evicted From Their HomesShelters and pit bull owners say they're now feeling the effects of a controversial ruling that labeled pit bulls as inherently dangerous.