Howard Bank Donates More Than $100,000 to Key Organizations in Greater Baltimore as Part of its COVID-19 Relief Effort

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Howard Bank, a community-focused commercial bank serving businesses, professionals and individuals in the Greater Baltimore area, announced April 8 that it is committing more than $100,000 to organizations in Greater Baltimore as part of its COVID-19 Relief efforts.
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Maryland Food Bank continues to feed hungry Marylanders through COVID-19 pandemic

As essential second responders, the Maryland Food Bank is working diligently to continue core operations amidst this public health crisis.
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Legg Mason partner organizations help to address nutritional needs in Baltimore

Local citizens are coming together without fear through social media to do what is needed – organizing volunteers, distributing food and critical supplies and running errands for vulnerable populations – all while maintaining appropriate social distancing.
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Baltimore Corps’ Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Baltimore

Baltimore Corps will announce an intensive technical assistance program and a public education campaign to support small businesses and social entrepreneurs trying to navigate the crisis.
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BBJ: Howard Hughes Corp. halts some construction — but not in Downtown Columbia

Howard Hughes Corp.'s redevelopment of Downtown Columbia will soldier on amid the COVID-19 pandemic, even as the Dallas-based firm has put a halt on other construction and postponed plans related to a restructuring of the company.
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The Daily Record: Regional business leaders urge federal stimulus package — now

A consortium of business groups in Maryland, Washington and Virginia are urging Congress to pass a stimulus package as quickly as possible.
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T. Rowe Price to grant $500K towards coronavirus relief efforts

The T. Rowe Price Foundation announced it will grant $500K to global and local organizations working to relieve the widespread impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting gaps in community services.  
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Baltimore Sun: Baltimore-area buses break down more than in most other cities, partly because the MTA forgot to buy new ones

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State-run buses in Baltimore break down about six times more frequently than buses in St. Louis or Denver.
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