Coronavirus Impact: More Than $48M In Federal Funding Allotted For Maryland Communities Dealing With Economic Impacts Of COVID-19The Maryland Congressional Delegation announced more than $48 million in federal funding to support communities affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore Woman Indicted For Alleged Theft From Former Employer To Pay For Vacations, Plastic Surgery, ClothesPritchett would allegedly collect tenant payments in the form of money orders and change the payee field to her own name. 
This Maryland Town Is Among The Top 100 Priciest Neighborhoods In The CountryOne of the most expensive zip codes for housing in the country is in Maryland. 
More Young Adults In Baltimore Are Living With Their Parents, New Data ShowsBaltimore households are seeing more young adults living with their parents- otherwise known as a nuclear family- compared from 2007, a new report finds based on U.S. Census data. 
Baltimore Rents Take Up 44 Percent Of Entry-Level Teachers' Income, Zillow Report FindsBaltimore rent takes up to 44 percent of entry-level teachers' income, a new Zillow analysis finds.
Baltimore Rent Prices Increased Nearly One Percent In June, Study SaysCompared to the same point in 2018, rents in the Baltimore area are 0.7 percent higher this year.
Baltimore Gets $30M Grant To Help Housing RedevelopmentBaltimore has been awarded a $30 million federal grant that will support the city's $889 million plan to revitalize three neighborhoods.
Researchers: Urban Sprawl Could Impact D.C./Baltimore Housing Market By 2040Researchers at the University of Maryland, College Park have examined how certain changes could affect the quality of life for people in the Baltimore-Washington area about 20 years from now in 2040.
Baltimore Makes List Of Top Cities For Cheap HomesIf you think purchasing a home is not in your future, there are 20 U.S. cities where it's affordable.
Former Johns Hopkins Neurosurgeon Ben Carson Chosen As Housing SecretaryPresident-elect Donald Trump has chosen former Campaign 2016 rival Ben Carson to become secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Hogan Says Housing Secretary Will Stay On The JobGov. Larry Hogan met with his top housing official Monday to express disappointment in the secretary's comments about landlord liability in lead paint cases, a spokesman said, but the official will remain on the job after 30 lawmakers called for his resignation.