Roughly eight of every 10 Marylanders receiving unemployment benefits are set to lose them after July 3 due to Gov. Larry Hogan's decision to end the state's participation in federal unemployment programs extended during the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration has leaned heavily on emergency government spending powers to purchase nearly $1.5 billion in services and supplies during the coronavirus pandemic, covering the cost of everything from gloves to consultants.
Federal judges had sharp words Thursday for Baltimore’s defunct aerial surveillance program, warning that the spy planes when used unchecked afforded police almost limitless surveillance powers and threatened everyone’s personal privacy.
Dean Kremer got a rude welcoming to Buffalo, recording only one out while allowing the first six runs of a 9-0 defeat. It's the Orioles’ 20th straight loss on the road, tied for the second-longest streak in American League history.
More than 150 people remained missing Friday morning, a day after a 12-story Miami-area condo building collapsed into rubble early Thursday.
Despite being an outlier, Orioles public address announcer Adrienne Roberson never viewed herself as someone trying to break a barrier. “I’ve done it based on I love what I do,” she said. “And that alone, I’m thrilled to be here.”
The new location, in a strip mall where Route 7 intersects with New Forge Road, is set to open in early September. For regulars, it marks the end of an era and a reminder of just how much Highlandtown, and the city itself, has transformed.
The man who Chicago police believe fatally stabbed a Maryland graduate student Saturday in the Loop is also wanted in two other attacks, according to a Chicago police community alert.
Dust rose among the debris of Perkins Homes in East Baltimore Thursday as demolition began on one of the affordable housing development’s six remaining buildings, the latest step in the city’s plan to redevelop 244 acres of land stretching from Perkins, to Somerset and Oldtown Mall.
From the temperature of your room to decluttering the mess, scientific studies and sleep experts have found that the state of your bedroom and your bedroom habits can have a significant impact on the quality of your sleep. If you’re gulping down coffee in the morning due to one too many sleepless nights, your bedroom might be the real problem. Start here with some small steps to get the most out of your slumber.
The Unemployed Workers Union announced a lawsuit Thursday challenging Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to end several pandemic unemployment programs early. The class-action lawsuit in Baltimore Circuit Court also seeks benefits for people whose cases have been pending in the state’s claims system.
“If we allow Agent Orange to be forgotten, then the tragedy of pesticides will continue," Tran To Nga, one of the protagonists of the documentary "The People Vs. Agent Orange," says in the film that premieres Monday on PBS.
Former Democratic state Sen. Barbara A. Hoffman, who worked tirelessly as a supporter of environmental and public education initiatives during her years in the legislature, died of cancer Sunday at her Cheswolde home. She was 81.
The Howard County Board of Education voted 5-3 in a board meeting Thursday night to keep school resource officers in public schools next year.
Towson University has removed the names of two prominent slave-owning Marylanders from dormitory buildings after years of mounting pressure from students to rename the dorms. The University System green-lit renaming the buildings last week.
A statue honoring Ernest Burke, who played in the Negro professional baseball leagues in the 1940s, is set to be unveiled in Havre de Grace on Saturday, on what would’ve been his 97th birthday.
President Biden and a bipartisan group of senators reached an agreement to significantly boost infrastructure spending. Here’s a look at where those dollars would go and what changes lawmakers would make to pay for the new spending.
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- Roughly eight of every 10 Marylanders receiving unemployment benefits are set to lose them after July 3 due to Gov. Larry Hogan's decision to end the state's participation in federal unemployment programs extended during the coronavirus pandemic.