SALISBURY, Md. – Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced eight counties in the state will receive more than $2 million dollars in the first round of Maryland Eviction Prevention Partnership grants.
SALISBURY, Md. – “You find a strategy that works and you stay with it."
The union representing more than 74,000 educators in Maryland is asking officials to release standardized procedures to handle coronavirus cases in classrooms across the state and be transparent about infections at schools.
SALISBURY, Md. – The trial of former James M. Bennett High School Principal Amy Eskridge has been postponed following a pre-trial conference in Wicomico County on Monday, February 3rd.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland will expand its pandemic-related compliance efforts ahead of Thanksgiving by sending additional state troopers to every county and Baltimore.
MARYLAND – According to a press release from Governor Larry Hogan’s office, those filing for unemployment now have 13 extra weeks to receive insurance benefits.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The number of new unemployment claims in Maryland increased by more than 10,000 last week.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — UnitedHealthcare has filed to offer individual health plans in Maryland's health care exchange next year.
SALISBURY, Md.- A new update has been released for Maryland on state jobs and unemployment in Maryland.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Customer advocates and utility companies are warning Maryland residents about utility-related scams now that the state's moratorium on shut-offs has ended.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – In Maryland, Starting October 1st, utility companies will be allowed to start sending out shut-off notices to residents in the state ending a nearly seven-month moratorium.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — More than 700 people in Maryland are in the hospital with the coronavirus.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's counsel has told The Associated Press it would cost more than $5,800 to produce records relating to COVID-19 and business, health and local government groups as the state weighed polices about reopening.
BALTIMORE (AP) — State health surveyors who've been visiting Maryland's nursing homes during the coronavirus pandemic are not required to be tested for the virus.
MARYLAND -- Watermen from across the Eastern Shore are raising concerns after Maryland legislators introduced certain bills they say would put them out of business.
WICOMICO CO., Md. – The Wicomico County State’s Attorney’s Office submitted a change to proposed legislation, regarding the consumption of marijuana in public, on Tuesday.
SNOW HILL, Md. – Worcester County Recreation and Parks officials say that they have reopened county parks for limited recreation.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The president of the Maryland Association of Election Officials has told the state elections board that it's becoming impossible to fill vacancies for nearly 14,000 election judges before Nov. 3.
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