More than 109,000 people filed for first-time unemployment benefits in Maryland, the highest number of claims since the coronavirus pandemic brought a grinding halt to economic activity in the state. The number of claims was swollen by a new category ...Read More »
A Baltimore City delegate is calling on the state to release additional data regarding patients diagnosed with COVID-19. Del. Nick Mosby said the additional data could potentially allow public health officials to better understand and address the disease in minority communities. The ...
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Gov. Larry Hogan is under fire from some fellow Republicans who claim the governor is overstepping his bounds when it comes to executive orders imposed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Del. Dan Cox, R-Frederick and an attorney, filed for ...Read More »
LAUREL — In a corner of northern Prince George’s County, two miles from a newly opened medical facility to treat patients infected with COVID-19, is a way station for some who have died — an ice rink. Before the coronavirus ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan said he is going to ensure that fixes are implemented quickly on a failing website that is preventing tens of thousands of workers displaced by the COVID-19 pandemic from filing for unemployment benefits. Hogan made ...Read More »