COVID-19 in Maryland

GOP Lawmakers From Rural Areas Want Hogan to Ease Restrictions

Republican lawmakers from parts of Maryland that have seen fewer cases of COVID-19 infection are pushing back against the restrictions imposed on residents and...

Maryland Airports Get $107 Million in Federal Relief Funds

Maryland airports, which have been hit hard by the drop-off in air travel, received more than $100 million in federal relief funds this week,...

In-Person Voting Sites Announced for 7th District Special Election

Election officials in the 7th congressional district have chosen three voting sites where residents can cast ballots in person for the April 28 special...

Counties Coming Up With Ways to Aid Struggling Renters

Anne Arundel County has launched an eviction prevention program designed to help residential tenants struggling to make rent or utility payments due to the...

Vacation Mecca Wants Visitors to Stay Away — For Now

It's not the ad campaign Ocean City’s official cheerleaders thought they would be running right now.But a global pandemic has forced people to avoid...

AG’s Office Pursuing Hundreds of Price-Gouging Complaints

More than 100 businesses have received warnings from Maryland’s attorney general after being accused of price gouging during the COVID-19 pandemic.Attorney General Brian E....

Hogan: Reopening Plans Under Consideration, But Now Is Not The Time To Let Up

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) on Wednesday outlined the things he believes are necessary to reopen Maryland’s economy ― including more widespread testing...

Opinion: The Wrong Time For a Small Business Digital Tax

Maryland’s economy just hit a COVID-19 brick wall.Businesses are struggling, baseball stadiums are empty, and employees are being furloughed and laid off statewide.With Governor...

Study: Md. Is 9th Best State for Children’s Health

Maryland was ranked No. 9 in the nation when it comes to children's health, according to a study of national health care data released...

Groups Seek 6-Month Moratorium on Water and Sewer Bills in Baltimore

Although city officials appear to be resisting the idea, 25 organizations, under the umbrella group the Baltimore Right to Water Coalition, have written to...