skip to Main Content

April 26, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Confused over Marilyn Mosby’s new policy on Baltimore drug prosecutions? Here’s what her office says it means.:

Prince George’s executive says two top police officials will leave after officer is charged with tax evasion:

Maryland begins statewide effort to lessen digital divide:

Public debate on $152 city budget proposal, police reform bill on crowded Annapolis City Council agenda:

Hogan convenes bipartisan meeting of national leaders to discuss infrastructure:

Despite racial reckoning, reparation efforts stall in Md., elsewhere:

Kamala Harris to visit Baltimore to mark 100 days in office:

New Md. broadband law, funding may be shot in the arm for city, community-level access efforts:

Once Part of the Opposition, Suburban Lawmakers Embrace D.C. Statehood:

After Budget Amendment, Some State Essential Workers Still Excluded From Hazard Pay:

Federal Health Regulators Urge States to Restart Use of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine:

Maryland reports lowest daily COVID case count since early March; positivity rate, active hospitalizations in decline:

Federal News

Supreme Court to hear major NRA-backed gun rights case:

The big push for a clean power mandate:

73% of unvaccinated Americans say they won’t take the J&J shot:

Biden’s next 100 days:

The next wave of the pandemic: Long Covid:

Back To Top