Maryland lawmakers continue to express concerns about the low numbers of Blacks and other minorities who are being vaccinated against the coronavirus. The continued concerns come even as the state has opened a mass vaccination site in Prince George’s County. ...Read More »
Before the pandemic, Samantha Arrow regularly refinished and staged custom furniture at her Chestertown gift shop, vintage clothing and furniture store known as Walnut & Wool. But when a customer asked her to come out to her house and offer ...Read More »
A $3.3 million program to support Prince George’s County restaurants opened to applicants this week. The COVID-19 Restaurant Resiliency Program will distribute grants of up $25,000 to restaurants in the county, as well as to food trucks, farmer’s market stands ...Read More »
Given the haste with which it was rolled out in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a few Paycheck Protection Program recipients profiting from the cannabis industry, at least indirectly, no doubt slipped through the cracks. Those businesses may face some ...Read More »
BALTIMORE — Rising coronavirus infections across dozens of states are threatening the U.S. economic recovery, forcing businesses and consumers to freeze spending and keeping the unemployment rate stubbornly high. The government reported Thursday that retail sales rose a sharp 7.5% ...
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Maryland schools will receive $210 million to bolster remote learning programs and improve tutoring and rural broadband access as educators and students deal with the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, the Hogan administration announced Monday. “Long-standing gaps in educational opportunity ...Read More »
Survivors of COVID-19 are donating their blood plasma in droves in hopes it helps other patients recover from the coronavirus. And while the jury’s still out, now scientists are testing if the donations might also prevent infection in the first place.Read More »