Lidl Adding 400 Jobs, 10 Stores As It Expands Across MarylandLidl, a grocery store chain and America's fastest-growing retailer, will open 10 new stores and add 400 jobs in Maryland by the end of 2021.
Gov. Hogan Announces $10M In Grants To Expand Broadband Access For EducationGov. Larry Hogan announced $10 million in grant awards on Thursday to support expanded broadband access for education in Maryland. 
All-Electronic, Cashless Tolling Now Permanent At MDTA-Operated Facilities; Gov. Hogan Urges Motorists To Get E-ZPass To Pay Lowest TollsAll-electronic, cashless tolling will now be permanent at all Maryland Transportation Authority-operated tolls in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday.
Some COVID-19 Testing Suspended Tuesday As Maryland Braces For Tropical Storm IsaiasAs the state prepares for heavy rains due to Tropical Storm Isaias, some COVID-19 testing sites will close Tuesday.
Coronavirus Latest: Masks Will Be Required For All Maryland Students, Staff When Schools Reopen, 'Local Flexibility' Allowed For FallFace coverings will be required for all students and staff if and when Maryland schools reopen, state officials said Wednesday.
Hogan: Trump Administration 'Bungled' Efforts To Prevent Spread, Detect Coronavirus EarlyIn his new book, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan detailed how President Donald Trump's administration "bungled" efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus early as well as his thoughts on the 2015 Baltimore unrest after Freddie Gray's death.
Gov. Hogan Declares July 18-26 'Maryland Buy Local Week'Gov. Larry Hogan names July 18-26 as "Maryland Buy Local Week" to encourage Marylanders to shop local. 
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.