Hogan Announces $4M In Relief For Homeowners, Businesses Impacted By Ida Following FEMA DenialGov. Larry Hogan on Friday released $4 million to provide money for home repairs, short-term rental assistance and business loans to homeowners and business owners who suffered damages from the remnants of Hurricane Ida in early September.
Baltimore Congressional Delegation Announces $9M For Baltimore County To Reimburse COVID-19 ExpensesBaltimore County will receive nearly $10 million in federal funds as a reimbursement of some pandemic-related expenses, U.S. Sens. Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin and Reps. Dutch Ruppersberger, John Sarbanes and Kweisi Mfume announced on Tuesday.
FEMA To Conduct Assessments Of Damage From Remnants Of Hurricane Ida Next WeekStaff with the Federal Emergency Management Agency will next week assess the damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida in Anne Arundel and Cecil counties to determine if the state qualifies for federal assistance.
Port Of Baltimore Receives $1.6 Million Federal Grant For Cybersecurity ImprovementsThe Port of Baltimore received a $1.6 million grant from FEMA to enhance its cybersecurity infrastructure, the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration announced on Monday.
FEMA Accepting Applications To Reimburse Up To $9K In COVID-Related Funeral ExpensesFEMA is providing support to families who have had to pay for funerals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
FEMA Community COVID Vaccination Center Opening At Greenbelt Metro Station April 7FEMA will open a community vaccination center in Prince George's County next week.
FEMA Gives Maryland Over $219.5M In COVID-19 Vaccine Federal FundingMaryland has received over $219.5 million in federal funding from FEMA for coronavirus vaccine distribution costs.
FEMA Awards Maryland $341M Grant For COVID-19 ResponseThe Maryland Emergency Management Agency announced Friday that the state will receive a $341 million grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for its COVID-19 response.
Gov. Hogan Requests Presidential Disaster Declaration Following Damages Caused by Tropical Storm IsaiasGov. Larry Hogan requested on Thursday the White House issue a Major Disaster Declaration to assist communities impacted by Tropical Storm Isaias in August.
Montgomery County First Responders Return Home From South Following Hurricane Laura Assistance EffortsMontgomery County's Task Force One has returned to Maryland after heading south to help with Hurricane Laura recovery efforts.
Maryland Delegation Announces More Than $840K To Baltimore City For Preparing For PandemicsMaryland lawmakers announced new federal funding for Baltimore City to help the city prepare for pandemics.
FEMA Employee Indicted For Allegedly Preparing Fraudulent Tax Returns For Herself, 11 ClientsA federal grand jury has indicted a U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency employee for allegedly preparing fraudulent tax returns for herself and 11 clients.
FEMA Approves Maryland's Application For Additional $300 Per Week In Federal Unemployment BenefitsGov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday that the Federal Emergency Management Administration approved the state’s application to provide unemployed Marylanders with an additional $300 per week in benefits under the Lost Wages Assistance program.
Port Of Baltimore Gets $1.1M In Funds For Security ImprovementsThe Port of Baltimore has been awarded more than $1.1 million in funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to enhance its security, the Maryland Port Administration said in a news release Monday.
Md. Delegation Members Call On FEMA To Provide More Medical Supplies To National Capital RegionSome members of the Maryland Delegation wrote to FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor on Wednesday urging the Administration to increase the federal government’s allotment of emergency medical supplies and equipment to the National Capital Region.