Comptroller Peter Franchot Urges Gov. Hogan To Use Some Of State's Reserve Fund To Help Small BusinessesComptroller Peter Franchot urged Gov. Hogan to use some of the $500 million in the state's reserve fund to help small businesses.
Governor Hogan, U.S. Naval Academy Announce Brigade Of Midshipmen To Attend Football Game Vs. TempleGov. Larry Hogan and U.S. Naval Academy Superintendent Vice Admiral Sean Buck announced Thursday that the Brigade of Midshipmen will be able to attend the team's football game against Temple on Saturday.
Gov. Hogan Announces Over $3M In Grant Funding For Expansion Of Boys & Girls Clubs, Crime Reduction EffortsGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday $3.4 million in Edward J. Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant awards for local projects that support efforts to reduce crime in Maryland.
Gov. Larry Hogan, Attorney General Direct Nearly $12M To Help Families Facing Eviction, Housing Insecurity With Legal HelpGov. Larry Hogan and Attorney General Brian Frosh announced Thursday that nearly $12 million is being directed to the Maryland Legal Services Corporation to provide legal services for families facing eviction and other housing insecurity issues.
You Can Support The 100 Million Mask Challenge By Buying A New Gov. Larry Hogan BobbleheadThe National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum is selling bobbleheads for governors across the United States.
'I Thought It Was A Train Wreck' | Gov. Larry Hogan Says He Could 'Barely Watch' First Presidential DebateGov. Larry Hogan did not mince words when asked about Tuesday's presidential debate during a press conference Thursday.
Gov. Hogan Announces New Testing Can Detect COVID-19, Influenza A & B; Encourages Marylanders To Get Flu ShotIn anticipation of flu season, the State of Maryland transitioned its signature lab at the University of Maryland, Baltimore to allow for the use of a CDC-developed "multiplex" assay, which will be able to detect both COVID-19 and Types A and B of the flu.
Coronavirus Latest: Local Concert Venues Prepare To Host Concerts For First Time Since MarchAfter Gov. Larry Hogan relaxed restrictions on live entertainment venues earlier this month, now some concert venues are hosting shows for the first time in months.
Maryland Revenues Improve, But Officials Warn Of UncertaintyThe state's Board of Revenue Estimates raised revenue projections to $18.7 billion for the current fiscal year, which began in July.
Gov. Hogan Says It Would Be 'A Mistake' For Senate To 'Ram Through' SCOTUS NomineeIn an interview at the Texas Tribune Festival, Hogan said it would be a mistake for members of his party to push through a Supreme Court nominee before Election Day.
MDOT MPA Receives $10M In Federal Funds To Help Protect Port Of Baltimore From Severe Weather, Climate ChangeThe Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration will receive $10 million in federal funds to help protect the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore's Dundalk Marine Terminal against severe weather, sea level rise and other potential climate change impacts.
Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Hogan Announces Expanded Capacity For Indoor DiningGov. Larry Hogan announced Friday expanded capacity for indoor dining in Maryland can begin next week.
Gov. Hogan Awards Nearly $12M To Traffic Safety Groups To Cut Down Deadly Crashes
Gov. Hogan Gets Flu Shot; Urges Marylanders To Do The Same Amid Coronavirus PandemicFlu season is almost here and it could be a bad one when combined with the coronavirus pandemic, according to health experts.
Gov. Hogan, Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon Visit Eastern Shore Schools As They Open With Some Teachers, Students In ClassroomsGov. Larry Hogan and State Schools Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon toured schools on the Eastern Shore as the state got back to school on Tuesday.