Maryland State Treasurer Nancy Kopp To Step Down After 50 Years Of Public ServiceMaryland State Nancy K. Kopp announced Monday that she plans to resign, after a 50-year career in public service, by the end of this year.
Howard County Home To New Koreatown, One Of The First In The CountryWith the cut of the ribbon, the plan to expand diversity in Maryland has been realized. Koreatown has officially made it to our state making it one of the very few in the country.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces Framework To Use Maryland's $2.5B Budget SurplusMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has called a news conference Thursday afternoon to issue an update on the state's budget.
Who's Eligible? Maryland Authorizes Pfizer Booster Shots For Vulnerable Adults In Coronavirus FightMaryland immediately authorized Pfizer booster shots following the CDC director’s stamp of approval. Those eligible include everyone age 65 and older who has been fully vaccinated for six months, adults with certain underlying health conditions, adults living in congregate living, and those at risk because of their job.
23 High School, College Students To Serve On Maryland Youth Advisory CouncilTwenty-three high school and college students from 10 Maryland counties will serve one-year terms on the Maryland Youth Advisory Council, according to a statement Friday from Gov. Larry Hogan's Office of Crime Prevention, Youth and Victim Services.
95% Of Maryland Seniors Have Received At Least One Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine, Hogan SaysMaryland has given at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 95% of the seniors in the state, Gov. Larry Hogan announced on Tuesday.
Baltimore County Ready For State Fair, BMW Championship Despite State Of Emergency, Executive SaysJust as the state of Maryland surpasses a major milestone of administering 7.5 million COVID-19 vaccinations, the health department reports more than 1,000 new cases for the fourth day in a row. This comes as Baltimore County hosts two major events Saturday, the BMW Championship and the Maryland State Fair.
Maryland Reaches Vaccination Goal, But The Fight Against COVID-19 Is Not Over YetMaryland has reached its goal of vaccinating 80% of the population against COVID-19 before Labor Day. But the fight against this virus is not yet over.
Gov. Hogan Says He Has Received A Third Dose Of The COVID-19 VaccineGov. Larry Hogan, a cancer survivor, on Sunday said he has received a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, following federal and local guidance that immunocompromised people get booster shots to protect against the virus.
State Awards $3.5M Grant To Family League Of BaltimoreThe Governor's Office of Crime Prevention, Youth and Victim Services on Thursday awarded $3.5 million to the Family League of Baltimore.
Governor Will Not Extend Eviction Moratorium; Lawmakers Question Labor Secretary Over Unemployment ClaimsMaryland’s coronavirus state of emergency has now officially ended. That includes the state’s ban on evictions.
COVID-19 State Of Emergency Set To End, Lawmakers Ask Gov. Larry Hogan To ReconsiderGov. Larry Hogan appears ready to let Maryland’s state of emergency from COVID-19 fully expire Sunday as planned, despite urging from some legislators to extend it further due to case increases from a highly contagious variant.
No New Mask Mandate Despite Surge In COVID-19 Cases, Gov. Larry Hogan SaysGov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday that while he is concerned about the Delta variant of COVID-19, he has no plans to reinstate a mask mandate.
Unemployment Workers Union Hold Rally Thursday Night In Baltimore Over Flagged Claims, UnavailabilityFor months, David waited for his unemployment benefits but he never got a dime and didn't know why. Then, he found out his claim was considered fraudulent.
Gov. Hogan Issues Maryland Paralympian Becca Meyers A Governor's Citation, Signs Order To Make July Visibility Culture and Achievements MonthA standing ovation fills the Governor’s Reception Room at the State House Monday but it was a different type of ceremony for Maryland Paralympian Becca Meyers.