Larry Hogan

April 2, 2021 | Deirdre Byrne

Local Leaders Express Condolences for Officer Killed Outside U.S. Capitol

State and local leaders have taken to social media to express condolences for U.S. Capitol Police Officer William “Billy” Evans who was killed when a man in a car rammed into a police barricade. The incident took place shortly after 1 p.m. outside the U.S. Capitol on Constitution Avenue. Evans succumbed to his injuries and […]

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March 31, 2021 | Gracie Tanner

Hogan Designates April 1 as ‘Spread Positivity Day’

Gov. Larry Hogan has teamed up with Cavanaugh Bell, 8-year-old founder of Cool & Dope, to designate April 1 as “Spread Positivity Day” in Maryland. Cool & Dope is an organization of “positivity creators” aiming to end bullying worldwide. Bell, a Gaithersburg resident, founded Cool & Dope when he was 5-years-old, after experiencing bullying himself. […]

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March 18, 2021 | Andrea Sarralde

Un Año Después de que COVID-19 Impactara el Condado de Montgomery

Esta semana, el país cumplió un año desde que la vida tal como la conocíamos cambió con el COVID-19, que se extendió por todo el mundo y comenzó a afectar al condado de Montgomery. Hasta la fecha, ha habido más de 64,000 casos confirmados solo en el condado. Los primeros tres casos de COVID-19 en […]

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March 16, 2021 | Rebecca Baldwin and Jordan Lindsay

From ‘If’ to ‘Worst Case Scenario’: One Year After COVID-19 Impacted Montgomery County

This week, the country marked one year since life as we knew it changed with COVID-19 sweeping across the world and started to affect Montgomery County. To date, there have been more than 64,000 confirmed cases in the county alone. The first three cases of COVID-19 in Maryland were confirmed in Montgomery County on March […]

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March 12, 2021 | Deirdre Byrne

Jawando Calls Hogan’s Lifting of Capacity Restrictions ‘Irresponsible’

Before the Montgomery County Council approved several county-wide COVID-19 measures easing coronavirus restrictions for businesses and establishments on Friday, MyMCM spoke to councilmember Will Jawando. Jawando addressed why Montgomery County is not following Gov. Larry Hogan’s new public health executive orders went into effect at 5 p.m. allowing restaurants, bars, places of worship, and establishments […]

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March 10, 2021 | Gracie Tanner

Honoring an Icon: March 10 is Harriet Tubman Day

March 10 is national Harriet Tubman Day. The American holiday was made into law in 1990 to honor the woman that led hundreds of slaves to freedom and served as the “conductor” of the underground railroad. To learn more about Tubman, individuals can visit a variety of activities across the state and along the Tubman […]

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March 10, 2021 | Andrea Sarralde

Líderes del Condado se Oponen a la Orden de Hogan de Levantar Algunas Restricciones

El gobernador Larry Hogan anunció en una conferencia de prensa el martes que el estado comenzará a levantar algunas restricciones como los límites de capacidad en bares, restaurantes y otros establecimientos. La orden ejecutiva de Hogan significa que a partir del viernes a las 5 p.m., se levantarán los límites de capacidad para los restaurantes […]

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March 9, 2021 | Deirdre Byrne

Hogan Lifts State Capacity Limits for Dining; Montgomery County Leaders Express Opposition

Gov. Larry Hogan announced at a press conference Tuesday that the state will start easing capacity limits at bars, restaurants, and other establishments. Hogan’s updated executive order means that starting Friday at 5 p.m., capacity limits for indoor and outdoor restaurants and foodservice establishments will be lifted. The order notes that restaurants and bars can […]

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March 9, 2021 | Staff Writer

Hogan Submits Supplemental Budget; Includes Bonus Pay for State Employees

Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday submitted a $74.1 million supplemental budget for the Fiscal Year 2022, which would include a $1,000 bonus for all state employees. The supplemental budget was submitted to the state legislature as an amendment to be included in the proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2022. It requires legislative approval. Today I’m […]

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March 6, 2021 | Halle Grossett

Illuminated Landmarks Honor Lives Lost to COVID-19

Several landmarks across the state illuminated amber on Friday to honor Marylanders who lost their lives to COVID-19. March 5 marks one year since Gov. Larry Hogan announced the first positive cases of COVID-19 within the state. Since the initial confirmation of COVID-19 in the state of Maryland, nearly 7,748 lives have been lost. Gov. Hogan […]

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