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Commentary: Maryland COVID-19 Metric Stats ‘Skewed and Faulty’

BALTIMORE — As a data analyst, I have closely watched a series of recent press conferences by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, where he said he believes the state is now in a position to slowly begin re-opening. Unfortunately, after privately […]

Covid-19 metric tests in Maryland may be skewed and faulty. )Pixabay)

Commentary: Maryland COVID-19 Metric Stats ‘Skewed and Faulty’

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BALTIMORE — As a data analyst, I have closely watched a series of recent press conferences by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, where he said he believes the state is now in a position to slowly begin re-opening. Unfortunately, after privately […]

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Parrott highlights his legislative experience and independent streak ahead of GOP congressional primary

@BryanRenbaum Del. Neil Parrott (R-Washington) said his near decade-long experience in the legislature and his independent streak set him apart from the other Republican candidates in the race for Maryland’s

Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Gabby Hayes publicity photo.

CONSARNIT! (Plotting My New Career in Westerns After COVID-19)

Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Gabby Hayes in a publicity still. (Republic Pictures) BALTIMORE -- The mirror doesn’t lie. Nor does the bottom of a prospector’s pan. After more than a

Van Hollen touts legislation to help small businesses affected by COVID-19

@BryanRenbaum U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) Thursday touted legislation that would allow small business owners to receive help from the federal government with payroll costs as well as receive

Hogan: Restaurants can reopen for outdoor dining effective Friday at 5 p.m.

@BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday that the state’s fight against the coronavirus has progressed to a point at which restaurants may reopen for outdoor dining starting on Friday evening. “Over

Ball: Howard County will lift some restrictions on retail establishments and religious services

@BryanRenbaum Howard County Executive Calvin Ball said Tuesday that some of the restrictions imposed on retail establishments, hair salons and places of worship that are aimed at preventing the spread

Carbon Monoxide: The Key to Understanding COVID-19

Air pollution seems to be a catalyst for the seriousness and lethality of Covid-19. It is indeed true that Covid-19 struck during the heating season when air pollution is at

Tent Meeting is planned at Countryside Fellowship Church in Savage, MD. (credit Mark Wigley)

Howard County Church Tent Meeting On Hold Awaiting COVID-19 Guidance

SAVAGE, MD -- When you mention the phrase “tent meeting”, those with unusually long memories will recall the evangelistic efforts of Pentecostal preacher Oral Roberts. Those with still longer

Labor report: Maryland lost 349,300 jobs in April

@BryanRenbaum The numbers in Maryland’s latest labor report are troubling with 349,300 jobs lost and business leaders say it is going to be a long road to recovery. “The numbers are

Hogan: Statewide contact tracing operation will be fully operational next week

@BryanRenbaum Maryland’s contact tracing operation for coronavirus cases will be fully operational in the entire state starting next week, Gov. Larry Hogan said on Thursday. “To support our local health officials,

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