Hogan Appoints Paul Corderman To Maryland SenateGov. Larry Hogan has appointed Paul Corderman to a Maryland Senate seat in Washington County.
Hogan Offers Maryland's Support To Texas, Louisiana Ahead Of Hurricane Laura's LandfallMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has offered the state's support to Texas and Louisiana as Hurricane Laura nears landfall.
Gov. Hogan's New Chief Of Staff Roy McGrath Resigns After Severance Pay Package From Previous State Job Becomes PublicGovernor Larry Hogan's new chief of staff Roy McGrath resigned Monday, days after it was learned he accepted a severance package from another state job to join the governor's office.
Hogan OKs Plan For Voting Centers For 2020 General ElectionMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan approved recommendations by the state elections board on Monday to reduce the number of polling places to accommodate a shortage of poll workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Where Do States Stand On Trump's Unemployment Insurance Executive Order?States react to President Trump's executive order extending additional weekly unemployment insurance payments in the amount of $400.
Rolling Stone Calls Governor Larry Hogan Most Popular Governor In U.S.Governor Larry Hogan remains one of the most popular governors in the United States, according to polls.
Coronavirus Response: Young, Leaders Of Maryland's Largest Counties Want 'Coordinated Response' To Reopening StateBaltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young said the leaders of some of the state's largest jurisdictions want to see a "coordinated response" to the state's reopening plan.
'Not A Red State Or Blue State Crisis’: Hogan, Cuomo Renew Calls For Congress To Approve Coronavirus Financial Aid For StatesMaryland Governor Larry Hogan and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo are renewing their calls for the federal government to quickly approve financial aid to states amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland Lawmakers Pass Legislation To Strengthen Hate Crime StatutePrince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy announced Tuesday the successful passage of legislation to strengthen Maryland’s hate crime statute.   
Coronavirus Risk At Retirement Community In Rockville, Maryland Health Officials SayMaryland's health department on Friday announced a potential risk of exposure to the new coronovirus at a retirement community in Rockville, Maryland.
Gov. Hogan Announces Initiative Requiring State Insurers To Waive Costs For Coronavirus TestingGov. Larry Hogan issued a directive Friday requiring all state health insurers to waive costs associated with testing for coronavirus.