Maryland Small Businesses Get $3.4M In Funding From CARES Act To Help Cover Costs, Make Offices Socially DistantSmall businesses in Maryland hit hard during the coronavirus will soon be getting some financial help from the federal government.
Maryland Department Of Commerce Announces Additional COVID-19 Funding Made Available For Maryland NonprofitsThe Department of Commerce and Department of Housing and Community Development have announced more funding is available for the state's 501(c)(6) nonprofits that meet specific criteria.
Some Local Businesses Prepare To Reopen, Implement New Measures To Keep Customers SafeWJZ spoke with some of the local businesses who are able to reopen when the stay at home order is lifted Friday evening. Here's what some had to say about their much anticipated reopening.
Orrstown Bank Officials Meet With President Trump About Paycheck Protection ProgramOrrstown Bank took a trip to the White House Tuesday to discuss how the Paycheck Protection Program is helping small businesses across Maryland and Pennsylvania during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Resources: Baltimore County Commits $10M To Support Small Businesses, Launches Contact Tracing Training ProgramThe county is setting aside $10 million in new grant funding for small businesses and offering $100,000 in grants to assist professional artists, musicians and performers.
Baltimore Businesses Wait For Paycheck Protection Program To Replenish Funds As Lawmakers Work To Approve More FundingWhile some have been able to secure loans from the federal government, others applied too late. And now, they're hopeful there will be a second round of funding approved at some point this week.
Coronavirus Response: More Than 26K Maryland Small Businesses Get Loans Through Paycheck Protection ProgramAccording to a report from the SBA, 26,068 businesses in Maryland got more than $6.5 billion as part of the Paycheck Protection Program as of noon on Thursday.
Mayor Young Announces Partnership To Assist Small Businesses Seeking Access To Financial Relief ProgramsMayor Jack Young announced Friday the expansion of assistance and support services available to Baltimore City-based businesses through a new public-private partnership.
Judge Denies Injunction Against Bank Of America In Lawsuit Over Coronavirus Small Business Stimulus ProgramA federal judge has denied a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction against Bank of America in a class-action lawsuit accusing the bank of prioritizing its existing customers when doling out billions of federal dollars as part of a coronavirus stimulus package.
Lawsuit Accuses Bank Of America Of Prioritizing Existing Customers When Doling Out Federal Coronavirus Relief FundsA federal court in Maryland heard a class-action lawsuit Friday on how banks administer federal small business loans.
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Small Businesses Qualify For Financial Help Due To COVID-19Small businesses in Maryland hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic now qualify for financial help from the U.S. Small Business Administration, Gov. Larry Hogan's office said Thursday evening.
'Everything Is Wiped Out Now Till May' | Harford Sound, Small Businesses Struggle Amid Coronavirus ShutdownKirkendall is trying to remain as positive as possible, urging his clients and colleagues to not give up hope, help out another business as much as you can to pay it forward, and please wash your hands!
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Mayor Asks For State, Federal Help For Small Businesses Impacted By CoronavirusBaltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young is asking state and federal leaders to make money available to help small businesses in the city that are struggling due to the coronavirus.
Local Program Offers Baltimore Entrepreneurs Ability To Successfully Manage Small BusinessesIt was graduation day for over 100 of Baltimore's small business owners.
Maryland Small Businesses Struggle Amid Government ShutdownFor them, it's not just lost sales, some are losing staff. Others say they can't get the permits they need to keep operating. They say all of these issues are a ripple effect of this nearly month-long shutdown.