Gov. Hogan, University Officials Celebrate Transfer Of Spring Grove Hospital Center To UMBCThe Maryland Board of Public works approved the transfer of the hospital campus to the neighboring college last week.
Maryland Lawmakers Expected To Approve New Congressional MapThe new map would remove a portion that stretched Andy Harris’ Eastern Shore district across the Chesapeake Bay into an area with more Democrats and would restore GOP strength in the 1st Congressional District.
Gov. Hogan Announces New COVID-19 Testing Centers As Hospitalizations DecreaseHospitalizations in Maryland fell below 3,000 for the first time in more than two weeks, according to Maryland Department of Health data.
Hogan Announces State Employee Union AgreementsGov. Larry Hogan on Monday announced that Maryland has reached historic agreements with the two largest employee unions that include substantial salary increases.
Gov. Hogan Mobilizes State Agencies Ahead Of Winter StormMaryland is mobilizing resources in preparation for a winter storm that could impact the state's roads and infrastructure, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Sunday.
‘Asian Americans Across This Country Are Under Attack’ Maryland Takes Action To Address Discrimination, Hate Crimes That Surged During PandemicThe actions announced fall into three main categories: enhanced safety and enforcement measures, increased access to community resources and additional tools for educators and students.
Unemployed Workers Union Vows To Keep Fighting After Baltimore Judge Dismisses LawsuitA class-action lawsuit filed by a coalition of Marylanders seeking unemployment benefits for those who haven’t received them has been thrown out.
Growing Number Of Covid Deaths Among Vaccinated In Maryland Linked to Diabetes; Hogan Pushes Booster Shots As State Prepares To Vaccinate ChildrenGovernor Hogan said the state is completing final preparations to vaccinate the 515,000 children who will become eligible once the CDC issues formal approval.
First African American To Lead The Maryland National Guard Was Honored After 38-Years Of Service Major General, retired Linda Signh, the 29th adjutant general of Maryland and the first African American and the first woman to lead the Maryland national guard had her official portrait unveiled at the brand new readiness center in Sykesville.
'A Phase Of Maintaining Immunity': Gov. Hogan Pushes COVID-19 Booster Shots, Prepares State To Vaccinate ChildrenGov. Larry Hogan implored eligible Marylanders to get COVID-19 booster shots and announced the state is already gearing up to vaccinate children in a press conference Thursday.
Governor Hogan Creates The Office Of Outdoor Recreation To Support Outdoor ActivitiesGovernor Larry Hogan announced the creation of the Office of Outdoor Recreation within the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Newly hired J. Daryl Anthony will serve as its first executive director.
Anne Arundel County Executive Says He's Willing To Compromise As State Highway Officials Continue To Push For Third Span On Bay BridgeBacked-up traffic and anxious travelers, it's no question, traffic on the bay bridge can be a nightmare.
Maryland Awards Over $16M In Grants To Bicycle & Pedestrian ProjectsThe grants were made possible by both state and federal funding.
'This Is 10K People Who Have Died' Maryland Woman Shares Story After Mom Dies From COVID-19, Urges People To Get VaccinatedThe Maryland Department of Health reported Thursday morning that 10,011 total Marylanders have lost their lives to COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic in March 2020.
Governor Hogan Meets With Afghan Interpreter Resettled In MarylandThe Governor's Office said Maryland ranks fourth in the nation for accepting special immigrant visa holders.