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.
First Lady Yumi Hogan Receives Order Of Civil Merit Of The Republic Of KoreaDuring a ceremony held Tuesday at the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Washington D.C. First Lady Yumi Hogan was awarded the Order of Civil Merit of the Republic of Korea, the nation’s highest and most prestigious civilian honor.
Maryland COVID-19 Cases Surge As New Restrictions Take Effect And Businesses Fight To Stay AfloatGovernor Larry Hogan made the rounds on cable news and sounded the alarm as cases of the coronavirus surged in Maryland and new restrictions went into effect Friday night.
Governors, Including Larry Hogan, Meet With Joe Biden, Kamala Harris To Discuss COVID-19 ResponseGov. Larry Hogan joined a video conference Thursday with President-elect Joe Biden, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and other leaders to discuss the ongoing fight against COVID-19.
Long Lines For Testing As COVID Cases Surge In Maryland; State Buys Freezers For New VaccineMaryland recorded more than two thousand new COVID-19 infections Wednesday—only the third time ever the state has seen new cares rise above that number.
Gov. Hogan: Despite Widespread Community Transmission, Maryland's COVID-19 Metrics Remain Better Than Most Of The U.S.Despite the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Maryland, the state's metrics remain better than most of the U.S., Gov. Larry Hogan said during a news conference Thursday evening.
Gov. Hogan's 'Wear The Damn Mask' Quote Now On Masks From Route One ApparelGov. Larry Hogan was very blunt during a recent press conference when talking about the importance of wearing masks amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland Records Third-Highest Number Of New Coronavirus Infections In A Single Day; Some Counties Open To More Restrictions If Numbers WorsenOne day after Gov. Larry Hogan’s blunt words telling Marylanders to “just wear the damn masks,” the state recorded its third-highest daily rise in infections since the pandemic began with 1,541 new cases—a majority among younger people—and 11 more lives lost.
‘Baltimore Needs A Shakeup’ | Baltimore City Mayor-Elect Brandon Scott Sees Election As Mandate For Change, Transition Team In PlaceDemocrat Brandon Scott, just elected Baltimore’s next and youngest-ever mayor, was back at work before the city’s spending board the morning after his victory.
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.