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Maryland public schools will remain closed for at least four more weeks, Gov. Larry Hogan (R) announced during a press conference Wednesday morning, with the possibility they may be closed for longer as the state grapples with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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As the demand for food has dramatically increased over the past few weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic, local farmers are seeing impacts to their operations.

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9 a.m. Budget work session, including an introduction by the department of finance, sheriff’s office, state's attorney, recreation and parks, public works, emergency services, human resources, and the department of finance for impact fee, fund balance, revenue and expense 

Paul Nebel of Mechanicsville serves the ball to his younger brother in a friendly tennis match at the Fifth District Park near Lettie Marshall Dent Elementary School on Sunday afternoon.

Sheetz, a restaurant and convenience chain across the Mid-Atlantic, announced on Wednesday extra compensation for its employees. From March 13 to April 23, Sheetz will pay its store employees an additional $3 per hour in an effort to continue to support its frontline employees who are workin…

In St. Mary’s County, the hospitality industry employs thousands of individuals - hotel workers, chefs, retailers, tour operators, event planners, wedding vendors, caterers, museum staff, and so many more - who make their living by serving both visitors and local residents alike.

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Maryland public schools will remain closed for at least four more weeks, Gov. Larry Hogan (R) announced during a press conference Wednesday morning, with the possibility they may be closed for longer as the state grapples with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The state of Maryland was approved on March 19 for the Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loans program, meaning that small businesses may apply immediately to receive low interest loans up to $2 million to cover operating expenses incurred during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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A Leonardtown man heard his bail status last Thursday afternoon after being arrested on a warrant for second-degree rape.

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