Senate Overrides 16 Hogan Vetoes From Last Year — Maryland Matters
Bill would protect workers who risk Covid-19 to keep their jobs — Baltimore Brew
Former Capital Gazette newsroom to become Big Bean Coffee House — Baltimore Business Journal
The clash between residents of an historically African American neighborhood in East Towson and a developer of affordable housing is coming down to a final legal battle.
Gov. Larry Hogan has declared a state of emergency ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden on Jan. 20.
The Baltimore Ravens have committed $500,000 to help build a playground near the team’s training facility and headquarters in Owings Mills, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. announced Friday.
Maryland is awarding $30 million to more than 90 live music and performance venues, live entertainment promoters, and independently-owned local movie theaters, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday.
Baltimore won’t have its annual Martin Luther King Jr. parade this weekend because of COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings, but several local cultural institutions have come up with alternate ways to honor the civil rights leader.
Despite COVID limitations, this week is a fun one in the Baltimore restaurant community, with Ravens playoff specials, a few ways to give back while eating and drinking well, and lots of new menus to peruse.
Here’s a look at what’s happening around town:
Maryland reported 45 additional deaths on Friday, raising the state’s total number of coronavirus fatalities to 6,322.
Lobbyists Out in the Cold — and One on the Inside – Maryland Matters
Vegan donut shop opens in Lauraville – Balt. mag