Justice Thurgood Marshall's Baltimore Childhood School To Be Renovated Into Community CenterToday, July 2 is now considered a special day moving forward for Maryland. City leaders are calling for a statewide holiday to recognize Justice Thurgood Marshall. The plea comes from a historic monument in the city. This has been called the epicenter of Marshall's life and education. It may be vacant, but it soon will come alive once again.
State To Raise Salaries of Correctional Officers At Maryland PrisonsEmployees at Maryland's correctional facilities who take care of inmates will receive raises as part of a $13 million package Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday.
Six Historical Projects Across Maryland Receive Preservation GrantsThe Maryland Historical Trust will find six projects throughout the state with Historic Preservation Capital Grants, which assists brick and mortar historic preservation projects. Gov. Larry Hogan announced during Wednesday's Board of Public Works meeting.
Gov. Hogan Announces Maryland's COVID-19 State Of Emergency Will End On July 1Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced the end of the coronavirus state of emergency.
Another Teen Reports Violent Arrest Over Vaping In Ocean City; Governor Hogan Calls Videos ‘Disturbing’Gov. Larry Hogan is among the Maryland officials who are concerned about a viral video that shows the arrest of four Black teens in Ocean City over the weekend.
Baltimore City Leaders Urge Gov. Hogan To Reinstate Unemployment BenefitsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, City Council President Nick Mosby and Comptroller Bill Henry have sent a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan urging him to reverse his decision on stopping the payments.
Gov. Hogan Says Fells Point Violence Is A 'Basic Failure To Stop Lawlessness,' Calls It 'Unacceptable'As the weekend is set to begin, Fells Point area residents and business owners remain on edge after violence broke out in Broadway Square last weekend.
Maryland Schools Should Be Open In The Fall Without Mask Or Social Distancing Requirement, Gov. Hogan Says"Every kid should be back in schools," Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday when asked what schools should look like in the fall.
WATCH: Gov. Larry Hogan Tours New Novavax Site In Montgomery CountyGov. Larry Hogan toured the new Novavax Global Headquarters site in Montgomery County, Maryland Thursday morning.
Maryland Health Officials Partner With Community Groups To Expand Covid Vaccine AccessThe Maryland Department of Health is accepting applications from community-based organizations for the Community Covid-19 Vaccination Project, part of the state's "No Arm Left Behind" effort to ensure vaccines are available to every Marylander who wants one.
Maryland To End Extra $300 Federal Pandemic Aid, Adding Work Search Requirement For Unemployment RecipientsGov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that the state of Maryland will stop enhanced pandemic federal unemployment benefits and reinstate work search requirements by early next month. 
Gov. Larry Hogan Vetoes Bills Backed By Immigration AdvocatesMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed two bills supported by immigration advocates on Wednesday, including a measure that would prohibit local jails from entering into agreements with federal authorities on immigration-related detentions.
Gov. Larry Hogan Meets With South Korean Veterans Affairs Minister FridayGov. Larry Hogan met with Hwang Ki-chul, South Korea's minister of veterans affairs Friday in Annapolis. After the meeting, Hwang presented a plaque of appreciation to Sam Fielder, a Korean War veteran from Harford County.
Sports Betting Legal In Maryland Starting June 1Following a historic General Assembly session due to COVID-19, Governor Larry Hogan signed more than 200 bills into law on Tuesday
Gov. Larry Hogan Tours Improvements At BWI, Including 5 New Gates, 'World-Class' BathroomsGov. Larry Hogan Monday toured the Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport’s new Concourse A Extension project, which will add services and amenities for Maryland residents and visitors for one of the region's busiest airports.