Less Than 24% Of Marylanders Remain Unvaccinated As Delta Covid Variant Continues To SpreadAs coronavirus cases continue to increase in Maryland, officials are monitoring the numbers.
Gov. Hogan Says He Doesn't Want Any GOP 'Whitewashing' Of Jan. 6 Capitol RiotGov. Larry Hogan believes some House Republicans are "whitewashing" the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Gov. Larry Hogan Asks Feds For Reimbursement After Sending Maryland National Guard To Help With Capitol RiotersGov. Larry Hogan tweeted Tuesday that the federal government has yet to reimburse the state after he sent the Maryland National Guard to the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 riots.
Travel By Road, Air Now Exceeds Pre-Pandemic Levels In MarylandTraffic on Maryland roadways is exceeding pre-pandemic levels, according to Gov. Larry Hogan's office.
Gov. Hogan Signs Order To Help Support Services During Post COVID Grace PeriodGovernor Larry Hogan signed a support order for the 45-day administrative grace period, which will allow certain regulations to continue to be relaxed.
Maryland Congressional Delegation Announces Nearly $3M Aimed To Improve Maternal & Child Healthcare AccessMaryland lawmakers along with U.S. Senators announced nearly $3 million in federal funding aimed to improve maternal and child healthcare services across the state on Thursday.
Maryland Announces Disability Plan To Improve Services, Programs For DisabledMaryland state agencies will coordinate services and policies that ensure compliance with state and federal civil rights laws and provide support to Marylanders with disabilities under the new Maryland Disabilities Plan released Wednesday.
Baltimore Judge Rules That Maryland Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Can Continue Until SeptemberBaltimore Circuit Court Judge Fletcher-Hill decided Tuesday morning to grant a preliminary injunction so that enhanced federal unemployment benefits can continue into September.
Baltimore Judge To Announce Decision In Unemployment Benefits Lawsuit On TuesdayA hearing in two lawsuits challenging Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's decision to end federal pandemic unemployment benefits early will begin in Baltimore City Circuit Court Monday morning.
Maryland's Democratic Delegates Ask Gov. Larry Hogan To Remove Tiffany Robinson As Labor Secretary, Drop Defense Against Unemployment LawsuitMaryland's House Of Delegates have asked Gov. Larry Hogan to remove Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson from her post in a letter Friday.
Bioenergy DevCo Opens New Anaerobic Digestion Facility In JessupBioenergy DevCo opened a new anaerobic digestion facility Wednesday on the Maryland Food Center campus in Jessup.
‘It’s Devastating’ | Demonstrators Demand Gov. Hogan Continue Federal Unemployment Benefits; Court Hearing Scheduled For FridayA group of protestors have gathered outside Maryland's Department of Labor building Tuesday demanding Gov. Larry Hogan drop his legal challenges against the federal unemployment benefits.
$72M State Initiative Launched To Improve Maternal, Child Health Over Next 4 YearsGov. Larry Hogan and the Maryland Department of Health have launched a $72 million initiative aimed at improving maternal and child health care over the next four years, according to a statement from Hogan's office Tuesday.
Maryland Court Of Appeals Upholds Temporary Restraining Order Keeping Federal Unemployment Benefits In PlaceMaryland's top court upheld a 10-day temporary restraining order that allows for unemployed residents to continue to receive federal unemployment benefits through at least July 13 unless it's renewed or extended.
Judge To Issue Decision On Federal Unemployment Benefits Class Action Lawsuit Hours Before Benefits ExpireJudge Fletcher Hill announced Friday that he will issue a written decision by 10 a.m. Saturday. The benefits expire Saturday at 11:59 p.m.