Gov. Hogan testifies on Capitol Hill on transportation infrastructure projects, but faces push-back over killing Baltimore City Red Line project.
Without any doubt, the global pandemic of coronavirus can be described as the first big obstacle in the 21st century. There ...
Emergency use authorization of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine would provide a huge boost to Maryland’s efforts to fill the gulf ...
Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday that even though Maryland’s coronavirus positivity rates have steadily declined for weeks and ...
Many people are conscious of their appearances as they often determine how they are perceived by society. In other cases, people don’t feel confident about working out because they think they are too ...
MD GOP PROPOSES SMALL BUSINESS BILLS: Members of the House Minority Caucus introduced a series of bills on Thursday that are aimed at providing relief to small businesses that are struggling due to ...
Maryland is so close to legalizing adult-use recreational cannabis that many Marylanders are holding their breath to see what their state legislature does in the coming months. Yet, until recreational ...
MarylandReporter.com spoke with Restaurant Association of Maryland President and CEO Marshall Weston on Monday to get an update on how that industry is faring in the face of ongoing COVID-19 ...
HOGAN SIGNS $1.2B RELIEF ACT: When Gov. Larry Hogan put pen to paper on Monday afternoon and signed the RELIEF Act into law, he triggered a series of maneuvers that will enable hundreds of thousands ...
Brit Kirwan, the former university chancellor who chaired the education reform commission that came to bear his name, repeatedly stressed that “Accountability must be a key element in increased money ...
If you have recently binge-watched The Crown on Netflix, then you must have got an idea about the role of a young Queen Elizabeth II behind the resurgence of pearls. You will rarely find the talented ...
Maryland’s health care providers have administered more than 1 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine, Gov. Larry Hogan said Friday. “I want to thank all of the vaccinators—the Maryland Department ...