Maryland enters a key vaccination phase next week, with eligibility expanding to residents over 75, educators and key school staff and those living in group housing facilities.Read More
Author: Meg Tully
Maryland leaders on both sides are calling for resignations, removals, expulsions or election challenges for elected officials in the wake of Wednesday’s chaos at the Capitol, from the top with President Donald Trump to U.S. Rep. Andy Harris for his votes and floor speeches in support of Trump to Del. Dan Cox for tweets and organizing buses to the protest.Read More
More than 80% of available vaccine doses in Maryland need to be administered, restaurants in Anne Arundel will open at 25% capacity, and a Senate committee will address police reform, legal help for tenants facing eviction and parole reform.Read More
At Tuesday’s hearing, the judge pressed Anne Arundel County Health Officer Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman for answers, demanding to know why the county is relying on hospital bed capacity projections rather than actual numbers.Read More
Vaccine roll out isn’t taking a holiday as first responders and hospital workers roll up their sleeves, while state lawmakers eye what they can do to help renters who face evictions during the pandemic.Read More
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