Thousands Of State Jobs No Longer Require A College Degree Under Maryland InitiativeMaryland partnered with Opportunity@Work, a D.C.-based nonprofit, to develop the initiative.
Historically Black Beach In Annapolis To Become City ParkBlacks of the Chesapeake Foundation and Chesapeake Conservancy entered into an agreement with the Conservation fund to acquire the property. 
Anti-Trump Republicans Lining Up For 2024 Shadow PrimaryThe range of prospects suggests an openness within the GOP to move past Trump and his divisive politics, even as many Republican voters suggest they would like to see him run a third time.
Governor Hogan At Ukrainian Mass: 'Slava Ukraine'Hogan announced he has ordered a review of the state’s financial ties to Russia, with the intent to divest.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 14 Deaths Reported Sunday As Key Metrics Continue To DeclineMaryland reported more than 300 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday as hospitalizations continued to decline, according to the latest data from the Maryland Department of Health.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 14 Deaths Reported Saturday As Hospitalizations Continue To FallMaryland reported more than 900 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday as hospitalizations continued to decline, according to the latest data from the Maryland Department of Health.
Hogan Announces $50M Rural Economic Development FundThe governor's office says the grant program is designed to be flexible, allowing each rural council to determine the best use of funds within the program’s guidelines.
Gov. Larry Hogan Pushes Legislative Agenda, Calls For Bipartisanship In Final State Of The State AddressThe governor closed his speech by calling for bipartisanship in the state.
Maryland Tourism Industry Advocates Push for More State Funding To Their IndustryThe coalition is pushing for state lawmakers to fund an additional $2 million to the tourism development board as proposed in Governor Larry Hogan’s state budget which would help market the state to visitors and locals.
Maryland Lawmakers OK New Map For 188 General Assembly SeatsIn Maryland, where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-1, critics of the redistricting process have long criticized the state's map for egregious gerrymandering — in which politicians draw district lines to favor one party.
Gov. Hogan Criticizes Federal Response To COVID-19 Surge In CBS InterviewGovernor Larry Hogan said the federal government has "fallen short" in its response to COVID-19.