Maryland To Spend $3.7M On Electric Car ChargersMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday announced $3.7 million in funding for electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Multiple Members Of Gov. Hogan Staff Tests Positive For COVID-19, Sources SayMultiple members of Governor Larry Hogan's staff have tested positive for COVID-19, according to sources. 
In Letter To Biden, Hogan Calls For Approval Of Vaccines For ChildrenNow that the Maryland-based FDA has fully approved the Pfizer vaccine, the state Department of Health hopes the move will be a boost to its vaccine operations.
Hogan Criticizes Biden Administration's Handling Of AfghanistanGov. Larry Hogan on Sunday criticized the way the Biden administration has exited Afghanistan, calling the evacuation an "unmitigated disaster" during an appearance on CBS' "Face the Nation."
Roxane Prettyman Appointed To House of Delegates For West Baltimore DistrictGov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday appointed Roxane Prettyman, a former paralegal with the U.S. Social Security Administration and the community outreach director at First Mount Calvary Baptist Church, to the House of Delegates for District 44A.
Officials Break Ground On Pond In Ellicott City To Assist With Dangerous FloodingState and local leaders broke ground on a new pond in Ellicott City on Monday. The pond is expected to help prevent a repeat of the 2016 and 2018 floods. 
Baltimore City Council To Call For Hogan To Reinstate Eviction MoratoriumThe lead sponsor of the resolution, Councilwoman Odette Ramos (D-District 14), said the city has millions in relief dollars coming from the state and federal governments and needs more time to distribute the money to renters.
Maryland Coronavirus State Of Emergency Ends As Cases SpikeGov. Larry Hogan allowed Maryland’s coronavirus state of emergency to expire Sunday despite pleas from some Democrats who wrote to him that it is still needed.
Renters Worried As Maryland's Eviction Moratorium ExpiresAs Gov. Larry Hogan's executive order prohibiting residential evictions is set to expire Sunday with the rest of the COVID-19 state of emergency, families who are struggling to pay rent are left worrying about the future.
Maryland Population Rose 7% Over Past Decades But Areas Including Baltimore City Lost Residents, Census FindsMaryland recorded 7% more residents in the 2020 U.S. Census than in the 2010 count, according to data released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
'I Tell People Don't Give Up' First Lady Yumi Hogan Shares How She Uses Her Position To Spread Hope While Denouncing HateShe's Maryland's first Asian American first lady and during a time when members of the Asian American community were under attack, First Lady Yumi Hogan used her position to spread a message of hope while denouncing hate.