What’s next for Baltimore’s Penn Station?

Penn Station (Flickr)
Did you know that nearly three million passenger trips begin or end at Baltimore's Penn Station each year making it Amtrak's eighth busiest station?

Gov. Larry Hogan’s March 9 COVID-19 Press Conference

Gov. Hogan has announced that he is removing capacity limits for indoor and outdoor dining at restaurants and bars with seated service, as well as at retail venues. Continue reading

Professor Gibson, Speaker Jones discuss legislative efforts to address racial equity, social justice

Topics discussed included the role African Americans have played in government and legislative efforts to address racial equity and social justice. Continue reading

The Daily Record: Baltimore rolls back one-hour dining limit and other restrictions

Several COVID-19 restrictions in Baltimore will be rolled back at the beginning of next week, including a one-hour limit to indoor dining that was put in place in January. Continue reading

Mayor Scott updates COVID-19 restrictions, announces hotel grants — Feb. 17

Mayor Brandon Scott announced that Baltimore City has received $8 million in state grant funds for assistance to hotels. Continue reading

Baltimore Business Journal: Baltimore Sun to be acquired by nonprofit headed by Choice Hotels chairman

“Hopefully, having a news organization with some Maryland ties will prove beneficial if it makes a strong commitment to dedicating adequate resources to covering local news aggressively.”–Don Fry Continue reading

Gov. Hogan’s Feb. 11 COVID-19 Press Conference

The single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine candidate will hopefully be approved by the end of the month. Continue reading

D.C. journalists provide a view from the press in discussion about power shift in Washington

On February 10, 2021, The Greater Baltimore Committee hosted GBC Newsmaker Speaker Series: Power Shift in Washington — A View from the Press. Continue reading