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1 Marylanders ages 12-15 can now get Pfizer vaccine, state prepares to lift COVID restrictions on Saturday
2 Maryland's coronavirus hospitalizations drop below 700 for first time since November
3 About 36% of Marylanders are fully vaccinated against COVID-19
4 May 15: Another 30,000 Marylanders vaccinated against COVID; Anne Arundel reports one more death
5 1 in 4 Marylanders admit to learning about history only from shows on streaming services like Netflix, reveals survey.
6 About 30% of Marylanders are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19
7 About one quarter of Marylanders are fully vaccinated, state confirms more than 1,000 cases for fourth straight day
8 COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 2.4M Marylanders Fully Vaccinated
9 Andy Harris pushes governor to lift mask mandates for vaccinated Marylanders
10 ‘It’s Exciting But I Still Think It’s Important We All Wear Our Masks’ | Marylanders React To CDC No Mask Announcement
11 Maryland's COVID hospitalizations decrease for third straight day but remain above 1000
12 Gov. Hogan on Colonial Pipeline: "We will keep Marylanders informed of significant impacts on our supply..."
13 Reznik seeks investigation into Maryland’s purchase of Korean COVID-19 test kits
14 ‘This Is Everyone’s History’ | StoryCorps Recording Two Rounds Of Interviews With Marylanders
15 Fewer than 1,000 Marylanders hospitalized with COVID as key metrics continue to decline
16 In Sharply Worded Letters, Franchot and Kagan Spar Over Progress on 911 Fee Audits – Maryland Matters
17 All Marylanders can now immediately book a COVID vaccine appointment, or walk in
18 As hospitalizations continue to drop, MHA urges Marylanders to get vaccine
19 Marylanders React To CDC No Mask Announcement
20 Opinion: Maryland's Learners Need Closure of Digital Divide – Maryland Matters
21 New Partnership Between Guinness, Black Marylanders Helping Local Communities
22 Eligible Marylanders can now get vaccinated without an appointment at any of the state's 13 mass vaccination sites
23 Health care legislation to benefit Marylanders’ access and affordability
24 Majority Of Marylanders Believe Vaccine Passports Should Be Issued, Survey Finds
25 Starting May 1, Marylanders Can Book Their Own COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments
26 'No arm left behind' initiative aims to get more Marylanders vaccinated
27 Some Maryland drivers panic buying gas amid Colonial Pipeline partial shutdown
28 Maryland Department Of Natural Resources Remind Marylanders To Leave Wild Deer Alone
29 2 in 5 Marylanders expect a pay raise this year, poll reveals.
30 Colonial Pipeline prompts some Marylanders to panic buy gas
31 Maryland’s COVID cases, active hospitalizations continue dayslong slide
32 Nearly 3.5 Million Marylanders Already Have REAL IDs, New Deadline May 3, 2023
33 Marylanders Reminded to Leave Deer Wild
34 Marylanders weigh in on President Biden’s speech marking his first 100 days
35 As Virginia finds consensus on expanding highways, Marylanders are at each other’s throats
36 Guinness Brewery teams with Black Marylanders to create specialty beers that fund social justice efforts
37 White House on Biden Families Plan: 'An Investment in Maryland's Children' – Maryland Matters
38 Study: Marylanders Google How To Back Up iPhone The Most
39 Three Marylanders Indicted Over BEC Scam
40 State Officials Urge Marylanders Not To Panic At The Pump Amid Gas Shortages
41 ‘The spirit of nursing’: During National Nurses Week, Maryland’s nurses reflect on COVID fight
42 AARP Maryland Transit Ad Campaign Encourages Marylanders to Get the Fact About the COVID-19 Vaccine
43 Direct Deposit Now Available For Unemployment Benefits For Marylanders
44 Marylanders frustrated over frozen unemployment accounts amid fraud investigation
45 When should I wear a mask? What to know about new Maryland rules, CDC guidance and experts’ advice.
46 Maryland’s top health officials tout benefits of COVID vaccines at nursing homes during visit to Bel Air
47 Maryland’s Health Department Expands Primary Care Vaccination Program
48 A call for accountability in Maryland’s mishandling of education amid the pandemic | COMMENTARY
49 Governor Hogan Proclaims May Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month; MDOT MVA urging Marylanders to Be the LOOK TWICE Driver
50 Governor Hogan Provides Update On State Of Maryland's Response To Colonial Pipeline Incident
51 Prepare to Place Your Wager, Marylanders — Sports Betting's Coming Soon
52 Activists file lawsuit to remove ‘Talbot Boys’ Confederate monument on Maryland’s Eastern Shore
53 Maryland reports fewest COVID cases since October as positivity rate continues to decline
54 Maryland's Unemployment Claimants Can Enroll In New Direct Deposit Payment Program
55 State, county coronavirus hospitalizations continue decline | Health |
56 Maryland Department Of Health Reaches COVID-19 Response Milestone, 10 Million Tests Administered
57 Research must guide Maryland’s pandemic recovery | COMMENTARY
58 Redistricting Commission Selects U. Of Md. Official To Help With Hispanic Outreach
59 Secretary's Message – May 2021
60 Maryland teens and preteens join fight against pandemic as kids 12-15 start getting COVID vaccine
61 COVID-19 hospitalization numbers continue to rise in Maryland
62 Maryland's Commissioner of Financial Regulation Extends Foreclosure Moratorium Through June 30
63 Eating Cicadas Is Actually Good For The Environment And Apparently They Taste Like Shrimp
64 Statement: Gov. Hogan's proposed Capital Beltway highway expansion dramatically scaled down
65 Lawmaker seeks AG state prosecutor investigation into S. Korean test kits
66 May is Boating Safety Month |
67 Marylanders Could See RELIEF Act Stimulus Payments This Week, Franchot Says – Maryland Matters
68 Maryland's $577M settlement finalized for HBCU federal lawsuit
69 COVID-19 Joint Information Center Update: May 12, 2021 | Washington County
70 Former Catalyte, Arena Analytics CEO Mike Rosenbaum announces run for Maryland governor
71 About 19% of Marylanders have beeen fully vaccinated as state expands vaccine eligibility
72 Pittman, Hogan lift restrictions on indoor dining; Anne Arundel will vaccinate 12 and older
73 Maryland Gov. Hogan appoints members to anti-Asian hate crime group, including one of his daughters
74 Nearly 1.4 million Marylanders are fully vaccinated against COVID-19
75 Poll: Two-Thirds of Marylanders Favor Legalization of Recreational Marijuana – Maryland Matters
76 Baltimore City Health Department Partners With St. Agnes Hospital To Offer Vaccinations For Ages 12 And Up
77 Opinion: Geothermal Legislation That's Good for Union Jobs, Marylanders and the Climate – Maryland Matters
78 COVID-19 Joint Information Center Update: May 14, 2021 | Washington County
79 Hogan Honors Child Nutrition Workers As School Nutrition Heroes
80 State AARP President: Working Marylanders Need Access to Paid Family Leave – Maryland Matters
81 ‘The Vibe Is The Best Part’ After More Than 700 Days, Black Eyed Susan Day Returns
82 Abell Foundation report examines digital disparities among Marylanders
83 MDOT MVA Announces New Deadline Schedule for Expired Driver's Licenses, Registrations and Related Products
84 Maryland's average positive coronavirus test rate continues to rise
85 Bill Protecting Low-Income Marylanders from Expensive Energy Suppliers Advances – Maryland Matters
86 Marylanders Still Being Evicted Despite State, Federal Orders – Maryland Matters
87 Hogan Proposes $1 Billion In State Relief, Direct Payments To Marylanders
88 Hogan 'concerned' about COVID variants, says Maryland's rising cases are unrelated to recently eased restrictions
89 Poll Shows Marylanders on Board With Police Reform – Maryland Matters
90 Maryland's coronavirus hospitalizations rise on first day of March
91 4th Circuit upholds $15M award to Baltimore exoneree
92 Columbia Gas of Md. files rate hike request to upgrade infrastructure
93 Maryland and Baltimore City to End Most COVID-19 Restrictions
94 Maryland's coronavirus-related hospitalizations remain the same
95 Comptroller's Office Mails 27,000+ Payments to Marylanders Stuck in Unemployment Disputes
96 State Roundup: Hogan posthumously pardons 34 lynching victims in Maryland
97 More Than 140,000 Marylanders Covered Since Maryland Health Connection Launched COVID-19 Special Enrollment One Year Ago
98 Maryland's COVID-19 hospitalizations hold steady at 805
99 Amazon seeks to hire 75000, including in Maryland; $100 offered to vaccinated hires
100 US retail sales were flat in April as stimulus spending waned