Tensions between a pair of Democratic mayoral candidates with strong backing among Baltimore's business community are escalating as the monthslong primary race turns into a sprint.Read More »
Most of Maryland’s major metro jurisdictions say they’ll extend restrictions designed to slow the spread of COVID-19 despite the governor’s announcement that on Friday he is lifting a statewide stay-at-home order. County executives throughout the Baltimore and Washington metro areas said they ...
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Maryland has granted Howard County Executive Calvin Ball’s request to defer payments on recovery loans made to Ellicott City businesses damaged in a pair of deadly floods. The Department of Housing and Community Development said it is postponing until September ...Read More »
Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced Tuesday that the city will spend $13 million in federal grant money to help residents avoid eviction. During an afternoon news conference at the War Memorial Building, Young said he’s dedicated Community Development Block ...Read More »
Baltimore continues to lag behind other major cities in terms of low-income and minority residents’ access to internet and computers, according to a new report. As of 2018 nearly 41% of households in Baltimore did not have wireline internet, such ...Read More »
The Hanover Co. said its inked its first retail lease at the Houston-based firm’s 299-unit luxury-apartment building The Hanover Cross Street at Stadium Square. Orangetheory Fitness agreed to lease roughly 3,600 square feet of ground-floor space at the property, and ...Read More »
Mary Miller, a white, former T. Rowe Price executive with no experience as an elected official, launched her bid to serve as Baltimore’s next mayor against long odds. Her path to potential victory started with little name recognition and depended ...Read More »
Gov. Larry Hogan will allow a bill providing state financing for upgrades at racing facilities that supporters say ensures the future of Preakness Stakes in Baltimore and the horse racing industry in Maryland to become law without his signature. The ...Read More »
Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed a bill settling litigation over state funding for Maryland’s historically black colleges and universities. Hogan vetoed the bill, which would have delivered $577 million in additional state funding over a decade to settle a years-old lawsuit ...Read More »
Baltimore intends to deal with a projected $103 million budget shortfall in the next fiscal year by reshuffling police and fire services, seeking pay freezes for city employees and streamlining development incentives. City budget officials presented details of a new ...
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