Coronavirus In Maryland: Gov. Hogan Implores Local Leaders To Enforce Social Distancing, Mask Wearing At Bars, RestaurantsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan implored local leaders to enforce public health requirements, like physical distancing and masks, in bars and restaurants after the state has linked an increasing number of COVID-19 cases to non-compliance.
Gov. Larry Hogan Says He's 'Disgusted' After Baltimore Councilman Ryan Dorsey Suggests Removing Police MemorialA Twitter war is raging on between a Baltimore city councilman and the city's police union after the councilman suggested a police memorial should be removed.
Gov. Hogan, State Superintendent Karen Salmon Announce $210M In COVID-19 Relief For Remote Learning, TutoringMaryland will allocate $210 million to help schools and students most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic deal with remote learning.
Gov. Hogan Stresses Fight Against Coronavirus Is 'Far From Over,' As Maryland Continues To Ramp Up TestingAs the state continues to announce further COVID-19 testing efforts in its jurisdictions, Marylanders now have 215 testing site options, the governor announced Monday.
Marylanders Must 'Remain Vigilant' As COVID-19 Hospitalizations Decline, Gov. Hogan SaysAs many states are seeing a resurgence in COVID-19 cases, Maryland's hospitalizations numbers are the lowest in 83 days and its positivity rate continues to steadily decline.
Gov. Hogan: Limited Outdoor Visitation Will Be Allowed At Some Maryland Nursing HomesGov. Larry Hogan announced Friday that he would allow limited outdoor visitation at some of Maryland's nursing homes.
Gov. Hogan Says He's Cancer Free After Final PET ScanGov. Larry Hogan says he is "100 percent cancer-free" after getting his final, five-year anniversary PET scan.
Concerns Raised About Baltimore Police Budget Cuts As City Deals With Persistent Violent CrimeWhile protesters nationwide have demanded cuts to large police budgets, Baltimore is one of the few cities taking action.
New Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opening At Baltimore Convention CenterGov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that the Maryland Department of Health will begin operating a free COVID-19 testing site at the Baltimore Convention Center starting Wednesday, June 17.
Maryland Delegates Ask Gov. Larry Hogan Ban Police Use Of ChokeholdsMaryland's House Speaker Adrienne A. Jones and the Democratic delegation sent a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan asking him to ban police use of chokeholds and implement various measures of police reform.
Hogan: 'It's Absolutely Absurd' That Large Crowds Can Gather For Protests But Small Businesses In Baltimore Can't ReopenGov. Larry Hogan took aim at city leadership in Baltimore during a news conference Wednesday, blasting the city for not lifting some coronavirus-related restrictions like most counties in the state have done.
Reopening Maryland: COVID-19 Restrictions Lifted On Non-Essential Businesses Friday; Does Not Include Restaurants, GymsGov. Larry Hogan announces he will lift coronavirus restrictions on non-essential businesses, but masks will be encouraged inside.
Reopening Maryland: Gov. Hogan Says Limit On Social Gatherings Still In Effect, But Nobody Is FollowingGov. Larry Hogan announced more coronavirus-related restrictions would be lifted on Friday, June 5 taking Maryland into stage 2 of his Roadmap to Recovery plan
'Incredibly Proud' | Gov. Hogan Thanks Baltimore Protesters For Peaceful Demonstrations, Stopping AgitatorsGov. Larry Hogan continued to thank Baltimore city residents and leaders "who are showing the power of a strong, compassionate and united community" in the city in the wake of George Floyd's death.
Gov. Hogan: George Floyd's 'Senseless' Death Shows Americans Still Have 'Long Way To Go'After a day of peaceful protesting in Baltimore ended with a clash between a small group of protesters and police, Gov. Larry Hogan tweeted that the city continues to be an example for the nation on how to protest for meaningful change.