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Governor Hogan Announces Additional Steps to Protect Marylanders From Coronavirus

Will Include $10 Million in Emergency Funding in Supplemental Budget, Details Statewide Preparedness Efforts Underway, Encourages Marylanders to Use 2-1-1 Hotline for Questions and Concerns, Discusses Coordinated Response with Vice President Pence ANNAPOLIS, MD—At a press conference today at the […]

Governor Hogan Announces Additional Steps to Protect Marylanders From Coronavirus

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Will Include $10 Million in Emergency Funding in Supplemental Budget, Details Statewide Preparedness Efforts Underway, Encourages Marylanders to Use 2-1-1 Hotline for Questions and Concerns, Discusses Coordinated Response with Vice President Pence ANNAPOLIS, MD—At a press conference today at the […]

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“The People of Maryland Are Not Going to Stand For That”: Governor Hogan on the Proposed Largest Tax Increase In State History

It Is A Tax on Working Families. It Is A Tax On Single Moms. … On Daycare, On Barbers, On Dog Walkers, On Landscapers.” ANNAPOLIS, MD—At a press conference today,

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Governor Hogan Hosts Therapy Dogs at State House in Support of Court Dog and Child Witness Programs

Bipartisan Legislation Would Enable Therapy Dogs to Accompany Children Testifying in Maryland Courts ANNAPOLIS, MD— Governor Larry Hogan today welcomed over a dozen therapy dogs and their handlers to the Maryland

Rabid Cat Found in Ellicott City

Columbia, MD – The Howard County Health Department is seeking anyone who may have come into contact with a feral/stray cat in the area of the 8700 block on

Social Security Launches New Campaign to Fight Scammers

The Social Security Administration launched a new Public Service Announcement (PSA) campaign to continue warning people about the ongoing nationwide telephone impersonation scheme.  The PSAs feature a message from

Four Twelve Roofing launches Baltimore Roof Trust: Donates Free Roof To Deserving Baltimore CityFamily

Baltimore, MD,  — Four Twelve Roofing is pleased to announce the launch of its Baltimore Roof Trust program. 2019 will be the inaugural year of this program. The Baltimore

Wishes really do come true – just ask this 14-year-old

Anthony is a 14-year-old who has fought cancer all in his life,  but he is just like any other teenage boy. He is all about clothing, video games, electronics, and

Roger Hebden Named Chief Executive Officer of Livanta LLC

ANNAPOLIS JUNCTION, Md., Oct. 10, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Chairman of the Board, Anthony C. Wisniewski, officially announced that Roger Hebden will serve as Chief Executive Officer of Livanta

Dozens of Baltimoreans give impassioned testimonies at hearing for Water Accountability & Equity Act

Unaffordable and Incorrect Water Bills have Ruined Lives and Shattered Communities Baltimore, MD -- On Thursday evening, Mayor Young’s Water Accountability & Equity Act received remarkable local testimony at a hearing before Baltimore’s

Become a 2018 Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award Recipient

Applications are open for the annual Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award. This $15,000 award is given to a community-based organization that has partnered with a faculty, staff member, or student

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