Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Extends Public Schools Closure Until April 24; Officials Looking At Summer School OptionsMaryland public schools will be closed through April 24. 
Not Enough Tests: Marylanders Left To Wonder If They Have CoronavirusGov. Larry Hogan said COVID-19 testing sites can’t open yet because the state doesn’t have enough testing kits. 
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Delegation Urges FEMA To Accept State Request For Field Medical Stations In BaltimoreThe full Maryland congressional delegation has written to the Federal Emergency Management Agency asking for immediate approval of Gov. Hogan's request for two federal medical stations in Baltimore in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
'People Have To Listen': Gov. Larry Hogan Says Social Distancing Due To Coronavirus Is 'Absolutely Essential'Hogan, who ordered last week a statewide reduction in the number of people allowed to congregate from 50 to 10, said those not heeding the warnings are "endangering not only yourselves but your fellow citizens."
Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Hogan Announces Telephone Check In Service For Maryland Senior CitizensGov. Hogan announced a new telephone service to check in on Maryland's senior citizens amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Gov. Hogan Enacts Emergency Legislation To Enhance Ongoing Response To Coronavirus PandemicGov. Larry Hogan signed Thursday emergency legislation in an effort to enhance the ongoing response to the coronavirus pandemic. 
Coronavirus Latest: 5 Things Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Is Requesting President Donald Trump Address To Combat COVID-19 And Help States Across the U.S.The governors have agreed to five immediate priorities that they are requesting of the federal government that they are taking to President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
Gov. Hogan Explains Decision To Shut Down Bars, Restaurants Amid Coronavirus PandemicMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan explained in an interview Tuesday why he decided to shut down all bars and restaurants amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Gov. Hogan Calls On Lawmakers To Pass Emergency Coronavirus MeasuresGov. Larry Hogan called on Maryland lawmakers Friday to immediately approve emergency coronavirus measures. 
Maryland Lawmakers Override 5 Vetoes By Gov. HoganThe Maryland General Assembly, which is controlled by Democrats, held off on trying to override the Republican governor's vetoes on three other measures. It takes a three-fifths vote by each chamber to override a veto.
Gov. Hogan, Health Officials Monitor Coronavirus Situation; Maryland Patient Tests Negative For CoronavirusSo far, one person in Maryland has met the criteria to test for coronavirus and on Thursday, state health officials reported the person tested negative for the illness.