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9/11: 20 Years Gone

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Has it been 20 years? September 11, 2001. The world changed for those of us in the United States. Maybe it did for our European

DHCD: About 25% of the state’s rental assistance funds have been paid out or processed

Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay @BryanRenbaum About $100 million of the $401 million in rental assistance funds that the state has received from the federal government this year have been paid out or processed,

Hogan greenlights COVID-19 booster shots for seniors who live in group homes

Gov. Larry Hogan speaks at a news conference on Wednesday afternoon (Screenshot) @BryanRenbaum Maryland’s seniors who live in nursing homes and/or related facilities are now able to receive COVID-19 booster shots,

How will the end of enhanced UI benefits affect the state’s labor market?

Image by 3D Animation Production Company from Pixabay @BryanRenbaum Republicans long argued that the enhanced unemployment insurance benefits that were made available to claimants under the CARES Act discouraged people from returning work, while Democrats often countered that

Can the state’s unemployment system be fixed? If so, how?

Image by Markus Winkler from Pixabay @BryanRenbaum The Maryland Department of Labor’s distribution of unemployment insurance benefits has been so badly mismanaged that state lawmakers and the state’s entire congressional delegation are still baffled as to why 18

September Letters to Jim: Afghanistan and the Climate Crisis

Top Illustration by Tim Forkes In honor of Labor Day, I am choosing not to wear white while I answer some fan mail. I have no idea why we are

Bette Smith brings rock and soul to Rams Head Live! with Drive-By Truckers

Photo by Chris Swanson Read BPE’s exclusive pre-show interview with Bette Smith here. Brooklyn native Bette Smith brought her thundering brand of “rock & soul” to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor on Friday

Former delegate seeks records from Ball related to communications with zoning lobbyist

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball speaks at an event in Ellicott City on Jan. 6, 2020. (MarylandReporter photo by Bryan Renbaum) @BryanRenbaum Former GOP delegate and former state transportation secretary Bob

Monster Jam to roar into Royal Farms Arena

Tyler Menninga will always have a special place at Royal Farms Arena, as he became the first to do a backflip with a Monster Truck in the storied downtown