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.
'I Was Very Impressed' Governor Larry Hogan And Mayor Brandon Scott Meet To Discuss Strategies To Decrease City CrimeThere has been a contentious back and forth between Maryland's Governor and Baltimore City's Mayor, however those disagreements were put aside when both parties met for a meeting on Thursday that they called productive. 
Colonial Pipeline Back Up, But It Could Take Days To Return To Normal Due To 'Panic Buying' Of GasThe Colonial Pipeline restarted at 5 p.m. but that didn't stop some panic buying in Baltimore, despite Maryland officials asking residents not to hoard gas.
Hogan Announces Members of Asian Americans Hate Crimes Group, Including His DaughterGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday the members of the workgroup he formed last month to address the rise in crimes against Asian Americans. One of the members of the Asian American Hate Crimes Workgroup is his daughter.
Maryland NAACP Leader Blasts Gov. Hogan's Posthumous Pardons Of Lynching Victims As 'Political Posturing'The head of Maryland's NAACP on Sunday lambasted Gov. Larry Hogan's posthumous pardon of lynching victims as "political posturing," criticizing the Republican governor for issuing a blanket pardon of dozens of the state's Black victims even though many were never convicted of any crimes, but merely charged or accused of wrongdoing before they were killed.
Hogan Honors Child Nutrition Workers As School Nutrition HeroesGov. Larry Hogan recognized the work of Maryland's child nutrition programs' staff, many who have continued providing meals to children even as schools were closed throughout the pandemic, by proclaiming Friday School and Community Nutrition Hero Day.
Hogan Pushes Young People To Get Vaccine During Mall In Columbia Site TourGov. Larry Hogan is trying to convince younger people to get the Covid-19 vaccine. On Thursday, he got a firsthand look at the Mall in Columbia mass vaccination site at the old Lord & Taylor store. He told reporters many Marylanders in their 20s and 30s feel they are not vulnerable to the virus and still need to get vaccinated. 
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Announces $25M Youth Recovery ProjectMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced a $25 million project on Thursday to help youths recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Hogan, Mayor Scott To Meet Next Week After Days Of Verbal Sparring Over How To Handle Baltimore ViolenceAfter a war of words, Gov. Larry Hogan and Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott will be meeting next Thursday to discuss city violence. Police Commissioner Michael Harrison will also be at the meeting.
War Of Words: Baltimore Mayor, Maryland Governor Disagree On How To Deter City ViolenceAfter several reports of violent crimes in Baltimore city in recent days, Gov. Larry Hogan said the city needs to do a better job focusing on crime. 
'I Was Outraged': Gov. Larry Hogan Says Of Attack Of Korean Women At Baltimore Liquor StoreMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan said he was outraged to learn about another attack on Asian Americans in Baltimore City.
COVID Latest: Maryland Lifts Outdoor Mask Mandate, All Outdoor Dining RestrictionsMasks outdoors are no longer required in Maryland in most settings, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday.
More No Appointment, Walk-Up COVID Vaccinations Lines To Open In Maryland ThursdayGov. Larry Hogan announced that more no appointment, walk-up vaccination lines will open in Maryland starting Thursday.
Gov. Larry Hogan Signs 66 Bills Into Law, The Largest Tax Cut In Maryland's History Among Bills Passed This YearGov. Larry Hogan signed 66 bills into law Tuesday a day after the Maryland legislative session ended.