Governor Hogan Weighs In On The Congressional Passage Of The Infrastructure BillGovernor Larry Hogan praised congressional members on Saturday morning after the passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
Roy McGrath Claims Gov. Hogan Initially Backed His Severance PackageMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan initially expressed support in a private message to his former chief of staff when a severance payment to him at the center of a federal indictment became public, but Hogan's spokesman says the message was sent before he learned about how the payment was obtained.
Gov. Hogan Announces $10M Homeownership Pilot Program In Baltimore City, Dorchester CountyThe governor's office said more than 100 Maryland homeowners are expected to benefit from new affordable homeownership opportunities
Gov. Larry Hogan Encourages Marylanders To Comment On Draft Legislative & Congressional MapsThe maps are published by the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission. The independent commission is the first of its kind in state history. It is challenged with drawing fair legislative and congressional maps for the 2022 elections.
Howard Community College Gets Lion's Share Of Over $25M In Grant Funding For New ConstructionThe community college will receive an $18,458,000 grant to replace its existing athletic and fitness center with two new buildings that will house its athletic department and mathematics department.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces Framework To Use Maryland's $2.5B Budget SurplusMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has called a news conference Thursday afternoon to issue an update on the state's budget.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces More Than $155M To Support Maryland Child Care ProvidersGovernor Larry Hogan announced that more than $155 million in Child Care Stabilization Grants will be distributed across Maryland to licensed child care centers and registered family child care providers.
Maryland Ends 2021 Fiscal Year With $2.5 Billion Budget SurplusMaryland will have a head start on next year’s spending thanks to a $2.5 billion budget surplus.
Governor Hogan Requests Presidential Disaster Declaration For Maryland To Help Assist Those Affected By Hurricane IdaFamilies continue to pick up the pieces after an EF-2 tornado that touched down in Anne Arundel County nearly four weeks ago.
CDL Testing Appointments Still Open At The MVA For Bus Drivers' DayThe Maryland Department of Transportation is reminding bus driver trainees that CDL testing appointments are still available for Bus Drivers' Day at the Motor Vehicle Administration on Sept. 25.
BWI Set To Add A Sheetz Chain In The SpringA new Sheetz gas station and store has been approved by the Maryland Board of Public Works at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) last week.
Two BCPS Students & Two Recent Graduates Appointed To Serve On Maryland Youth Advisory CouncilTwo Baltimore County Public Schools students along with two recent graduates were appointed to serve on Maryland's Youth Advisory Council, officials announced.
Governor Hogan Announces $3M For Grants to Protect Against Hate CrimesGovernor Larry Hogan awarded more than 30 Maryland organizations and religious institutions $3 million to protect against hate crimes.
Governor Larry Hogan Releases Statement On Full FDA Approval Of Pfizer's COVID-19 VaccineThe U.S. gave full approval to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, a milestone that may help lift public confidence in the shots as the nation battles the most contagious coronavirus mutant yet.
Governor Larry Hogan Announces $4M Broadband Initiative Connect MarylandGovernor Larry Hogan announced the launch of Connect Maryland on Friday.