COVID In Maryland: All Adults 16+ Eligible For COVID Vaccine At Mass Vaccination Sites Starting TuesdayAny and all Marylanders 16+ will be eligible at mass vaccination sites effective Tuesday morning, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday.
Gov. Larry Hogan Designates April 5 As Taekwondo Day In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan issued a proclamation Monday designating April 5 as Taekwondo Day in Maryland.
Audit Finds Problems With State's Purchase Of COVID-19 Tests From South KoreaThe Maryland General Assembly’s Office of Legislative Audits released an audit of Gov. Larry Hogan's controversial purchase and replacement of COVID-19 tests from LabGenomics in South Korea.
Gov. Larry Hogan Wants Feds To Allow For More H-2B Visas To Help Maryland's Seafood IndustryGov. Larry Hogan urged federal officials Friday to make more H-2B nonimmigrant temporary worker program visas available to help protect Maryland's $355 million seafood industry and supply chain.
All Marylanders Ages 16+ Can Now Pre-Register For A COVID-19 VaccineGov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday that all Marylanders ages 16 and older can pre-register for the coronavirus vaccine in the state.
Here's How Maryland Will Use Federal COVID Relief Funding To Help Struggling Residents, BusinessesGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday a bipartisan-supported plan to use the $3.9 billion Maryland is expected to receive from the federal government to help recover after the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Larry Hogan Declares March 30 'National Doctors' Day In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan has named Tuesday at 'National Doctors' Day.'
FEMA Will Launch First Federal Mobile COVID Vaccination Units Along Maryland's Eastern ShoreThe first federal mobile vaccination units will launch in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan announced.
Frederick Property Where Curtis Mason Smith Was Found Dead Is Partially Owned By Gov. Hogan's FamilyThe Frederick County property where 19-year-old Curtis Mason Smith was found dead is partially owned by Gov. Larry Hogan's family.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Signs $577M HBCU Settlement Bill At Bowie State WednesdayMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed a measure to settle a 15-year-old federal lawsuit relating to underfunding at the state's four historically Black colleges and universities for $577 million over a decade, the governor's spokesman said Wednesday.
Maryland Sees Rise in COVID-19 Infections, Hospitalizations, Variant CasesMaryland is seeing a troubling rise in COVID-19 cases with more than one thousand new infections reported again Wednesday. Maryland is one of at least 19 states seeing a larger increase.