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Retail sector embraces reopening news

Executives in the retail and restaurant industries were excited to hear the reopening news and are busy preparing to make it a success. “The Mall...

RTA restores bus service

The RTA announced regular bus service will be restored, with limited evening and early-morning trips effective June 14. Routes 402B, 406, and 414 will...

Anne Arundel adds to ‘Stage Two’

Anne Arundel County Executive Pittman announced that the county implemented additional Stage 2 reopenings on Friday, June 12 at 5 p.m., in line with...

Howard follows protocols for reopening

Howard County has continued to align with Gov. Larry Hogan’s reopening plan. Hogan announced the following reopenings beginning Friday, June 19, at 5 p.m.: ...

Testing data added to Howard’s virus dashboard

Howard County has updated its COVID-19 Dashboard to include testing data. The fifth section of the dashboard details the seven-day rolling average positivity rate, the number...

Maryland awards $1.6M to produce PPE

Gov. Larry Hogan announced that Maryland has awarded an additional $1.6 million in a second round of grants to 25 Maryland companies for pivoting...

Forward Maryland podcast

Daniel Medinger, The Business Monthly publisher, was the guest on “Forward Maryland” podcast hosted by Bill Woodcock and Jason Booms. The topic was the...

Opioids trend upward in Howard County

Though Howard County has seen a 27 percent decrease in nonfatal overdoses in 2020 compared to this time last year, there has also been...

Casino revenues drop significantly

With Maryland’s six casinos closed since mid-March due to the COVID-19 virus, total gaming revenues are down by nearly $372.5 million compared to last...

State to start contact tracing campaign

The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) has begun rolling out a statewide campaign to educate Marylanders about the importance of contact tracing and how...

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