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Hogan to move 3,300 state employees to downtown Baltimore

Photo Credit: (Screenshot)  @BryanRenbaum In an attempt to help revitalize Baltimore’s downtown central business district the state plans to relocate more than 3,000 of its employees to offices in that area of the city, Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday. In […]

Hogan to move 3,300 state employees to downtown Baltimore

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Photo Credit: (Screenshot)  @BryanRenbaum In an attempt to help revitalize Baltimore’s downtown central business district the state plans to relocate more than 3,000 of its employees to offices in that area of the city, Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday. In […]

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Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 11

Chapter 11: When Pain Returns Thursday: July 30, 2020 What a difference a few days makes. In the past week, I have gone from feeling excited about completing big

Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 10

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Normal Comes With Scars Sunday: July 19, 2020 It has been two and half weeks since the epidural and I am still enjoying great relief. Besides

Facebook Jail, Matt Gaetz and more

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Once again I found myself in Facebook Jail, this time for seven days. What were my offenses? “You can't post or comment for 7 days This is

Study: Maryland’s economy has weathered the pandemic better than most states

Image by Paul Brennan from Pixabay @BryanRenbaum Maryland’s economy has weathered the storm of the coronavirus pandemic better than that of the economies of the overwhelming majority of states in the nation, according to

Hogan: All Marylanders are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine starting Tuesday at mass vaccination sites

@BryanRenbaum All Marylanders age 16 and older will be eligible for a coronavirus vaccine at any of the state’s mass vaccination sites starting tomorrow, Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday. “We are

Hogan: All Marylanders can now pre-register to get a COVID-19 vaccine

@BryanRenbaum Pre-registration is now open for Marylanders who will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in the state’s third and final phase of its vaccine distribution plan, Gov. Larry

April Letters to Jim: We Are All April Fools

Top illustration by Tim Forkes We are one-fourth the way through the year and already it is much different than last year. A year ago, our president was bragging about

Hourly Why: Life as of late, in the 2020s

Top Illustration by Jeff Worman All Vaxxed Up Usually in the sci-fi movies, everything is solved in about two hours. We are on the second year. This is beyond a mini-series and as

Did Maryland’s public schools reopen too early?

Image by S. Hermann & F. Richter from Pixabay @BryanRenbaum Since the beginning of the phased reopening of Maryland’s public schools on March 1 at the urging of Gov. Larry Hogan, parents and educators and administrators

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