Maryland SNAP Recipients Will See Extra 15% Increase In Benefits, Gov. Hogan SaysAll Maryland SNAP recipients will receive an extra 15% increase in their total benefits starting this month, as new federal legislation has come in, Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday.
'No Doses Should Be Sitting In Freezers' | Gov. Hogan Announces Update To COVID-19 Vaccine Priority GroupsAs COVID-19 vaccinations lag behind distribution in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan issued an order Tuesday that says facilities that have not administered 75% of their total first COVID-19 vaccine doses may have their future allocations reduced until they can prove they're able to meet requirements.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces Three Judicial AppointmentsGov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday three judicial appointments to fill vacancies in Baltimore City and Wicomico County circuit courts. 
Ex-Hogan Aide Declines To Answer Questions About SeveranceMaryland lawmakers said Wednesday they will continue investigating a six-figure severance package and large expenses that a former chief of staff to Gov. Larry Hogan received as he transitioned from a state agency to the governor's office.
Comptroller Peter Franchot Launches 2022 Run For Maryland GovernorComptroller Peter Franchot has thrown his hat into the race to become the next governor of the State of Maryland.
Maryland Completes Utilization Of 500K Korean LabGenomics Tests, Gov. Hogan SaysGov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday the state has completed its utilization of 500,000 LabGenomics COVID-19 test kits acquired from South Korea.
COVID-19 Latest: Maryland National Guard To Assist With Vaccination Efforts Across StateGov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday the Maryland National Guard will be reactivated to assist with the state's distribution and planning of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Mask-Wearing Key To Maintain Health, Economy Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Doctor SaysDr. David Marcozzi, the University of Maryland Medical System’s COVID-19 Commander and Maryland’s Sr. Medical Advisor to Gov. Larry Hogan, said during a press conference Tuesday that wearing a mask to help limit the spread of the coronavirus is “a sign of respect.”
Marylanders Balance Thanksgiving Holiday With COVID-19 Safety ConcernsGovernor Larry Hogan offered a message of hope and thanks as Maryland struggles through a surge in cases of the coronavirus.
More Than $13M In Grants To Support Bicycle, Pedestrian Safety Across MarylandMore than $13 million in grants are set to help improve bicycle and pedestrian safety and connectivity in Maryland, Gov. Hogan's administration announced Wednesday. 
'It's Cool, Keep Calm': Gov. Hogan Talks to Maryland's Oldest Veteran, 109-Year-Old Ezra HillIt's a big milestone for one local World War II veteran. Sergeant Ezra Hill is getting ready to turn 110-years-old next month.