skip to Main Content

October 14, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Hogan Names New Chief of Staff:

Montgomery Gives Out Millions In Pandemic Hazard Pay. Some Officials Aren’t Sure The County Can Afford To.:

IRS Places $45,000 Lien Against Del. Nick Mosby And Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby For Unpaid Back Taxes:

Johns Hopkins Public Health Faculty, Community Members Lobby Officials For More Eviction Oversight:

Maryland Struggles To Make Strides In Financial Literacy:

Baltimore County To Provide $2.5M For Restaurants To Extend Outdoor Dining Season, Improve COVID-19 Safety:

In Montgomery, Officials Talk Federal Stimulus, Revenues, and Education Reform Veto:

Montgomery to Launch ‘Flash’ Bus Transit Service:

Baltimore City schools will bring a limited number of students back to school buildings in November:

City Council President Brandon Scott pulls back on bill seeking to add billboards after fierce community opposition:

Hate bias incident reports were up in Maryland last year, but the number of verified incidents dropped:

Federal News

The 8 states that will decide the election:

Which states had the best pandemic response?:

Joe Biden is the luckiest, least scrutinized frontrunner:

Supreme Court allows Trump administration to halt census count:

Back To Top