Program To Help Struggling Baltimore Businesses Amid COVID-19 Pandemic ExpandsAs numerous small businesses try to hang on amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Maryland Baltimore is expanding a program to help them keep their doors open.
COVID Latest: Gov. Hogan Signs Order Protecting Businesses From Increases In Unemployment Taxes, Forgives $75M In Small Business DebtMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan made two major announcements during a press conference Thursday that will protect small businesses reeling from the coronavirus pandemic. 
Maryland Small Businesses Lean Heavily On Cyber Monday Amid COVID-19 PandemicSmall businesses in Maryland are relying heavily on Cyber Monday and online sales to get them through the 2020 holiday season.
Baltimore County Expanding Funding For Small Business, Business Association Grant ProgramsBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Thursday announced an expansion of grant programs for business associations and small businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
‘We’re Getting Crushed’ | Small Business Owners Demand Baltimore Allow Them To Reopen Like Surrounding CountiesAs the city enters stage one of Gov. Larry Hogan's Roadmap to Recovery plan, Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young has mandated in-store retail stay closed despite every neighboring county allowing stores to reopen. Curbside retail is allowed.
Reopening Maryland: Baltimore Enters Modified Opening Phase 1Baltimore will enter a modified phase 1 reopening Monday.
Annapolis Small Businesses Petition To Shut Down Streets When Restrictions Lift, Bring Shops To Streets To Increase BusinessAs businesses remain closed across Maryland, many shop owners are wondering what restrictions will be in place when they’re finally able to open their doors.
Coronavirus Latest: Mayor Young Announces Multi-Million Dollar Aid Package For Small Businesses In BaltimoreMayor Jack Young announced Thursday a multi-million dollar aid package to help Baltimore's small businesses who are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
'Nobody Could Have Prepared For This': Hair Salon Worries About Financial Hit Of CoronavirusIf the business stays closed a full week, Harmon said she and her cousin will lose about $1000 in business. If they stayed closed longer, it will be a big financial hit.
Coronavirus Impact: Maryland Small Business Owners Affected By COVID-19 Pandemic Can Apply For Low-Interest Loans, Grants To Cover CostsMore than $350 million in funds has been opened up to help support Maryland small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic. 
2020 Brings Higher Labor Costs For Small BusinessesSmall business owners have plenty of changes to deal with as 2020 begins — higher labor costs for many companies, and some owners will discover that they have to comply with new laws that aren’t on the books in their own states.