WBAL NewsRadio Commentary: GBC’s Don Fry on money Baltimore received with the American Rescue Plan Act [Audio]

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Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott is the fortunate recipient of a unique opportunity that few elected officials ever see -- an unexpected infusion of money with wide discretion as to how it is to be spent.
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Workforce Training Grant Consistent with GBC Priorities

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"The Greater Baltimore Committee looks forward to working with city officials as they determine the best allocation of grant funding to address mutual goals and priorities for workforce training education," said Fry.
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Baltimore Sun: Some Baltimore businesses cancel fall plans to bring workers back to offices, others reassessing as COVID numbers rise

Some employers have put plans on pause, others are forging ahead, and more still are keeping their options open as they monitor the spread of the delta variant.
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Governor Larry Hogan/Mayor Scott lift COVID-19 restrictions effective July 1

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Mayor Scott stressed that Baltimoreans remain civil to everyone regardless of whether they choose to continue or refrain from wearing masks after July 1. 
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Baltimore Sun: Turning a corner on crisis, UMMS donates $4.6M worth of COVID PPE to South Asia

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The University of Maryland hospital system is working to transport its donated goods through two groups: Project C.U.R.E. and the International Medical Health Organization.
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Governor Larry Hogan announces timetable for future vaccination phases

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On March 23, Maryland will enter Phase 2a, which will allow all Marylanders 60 or older to qualify for the vaccine.
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The Daily Record: Baltimore rolls back one-hour dining limit and other restrictions

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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.
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