skip to Main Content

November 30, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Six Possible Contenders Eye Mosby’s Soon-To-Be-Vacant House Seat:

Baltimore County Establishes Blue Ribbon Panel for Procurement Reform:

Ransomware Attack Shuts Down Baltimore County Public Schools:

Scott Talks Accountability, Crime And Bridging Differences In Baltimore:

Updates On Trone And Delaney ― But No Big Clues About 2022:

Maryland, Purple Line Firms Reach $250 Million Deal To Keep Project Moving:

Hunger Has Skyrocketed As A Result Of The Coronavirus, But These Nutrition Programs Can Feed Kids And Promote Equity:

Maryland Hotel Association Petitions Hogan Administration For More Funds Amid Worsening Pandemic:

Md. Small Retailers Diversify, Innovate As They Enter Critical Sales Season:

Baltimore County Hiring Social Distancing Task Force Workers Ahead Of Increased COVID-19 Restriction Enforcement:

Howard County Receives $2M In Eviction Prevention Grants:

Renters still being kicked out during COVID-19 pandemic despite nationwide eviction ban:

Lawyers Mall, Maryland capital’s First Amendment gathering space, to reopen after two years of repairs:

COVID-19 Infections On The Rise In Maryland’s Prisons:

Frederick Dedicates $2.5M in CARES Funds to Support Schools:

Federal News

Biden unveils diverse economic team as challenges to economy grow:

Sen. Blunt deflects on calling Biden ‘president-elect’:

Surgeon General makes plea: Wearing a mask ‘will protect my mother’:

Los Angeles issues stay-home order as coronavirus surges:

Millions of workers poised to lose access to paid leave as virus spikes:

Back To Top