Maryland: 194 New Cases of COVID-19

ANNAPOLIS — The State of Maryland now has 774 confirmed cases of COVID-19—an increase of 425 cases over the last three days. There are now more than 1,500 confirmed cases in the National Capital Region—in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia—4.5 times more than there were just one week ago. Governor Larry Hogan today issued the […]

Hogan requests presidential disaster declaration for Maryland

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan today provided an update on Maryland’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic and announced that he is requesting a presidential disaster declaration for the state of Maryland.  “People are looking for certainty, but the truth is, we simply don’t know yet how bad it’s going to get, how long it’s going […]

Collision takes life of driver

EAST NEW MARKET — A driver was killed in the early afternoon Friday, in a collision on Md. 16. The road was blocked in both directions for about two hours as emergency crews worked at the scene. A car was seen wrecked in the southbound lane in front of Dorchester Dumpin’ at 5749 Mt. Holly […]

U.S. delegation to build on nations’ shared strengths

Editor’s note: Originally published in The Australian. It was during the First World War that Australia and the US forged an enduring bond of shared sacrifice and bravery, as well as ingenuity, that continues today in the spirit of mateship. As we enter a new century of our security relationship, we have a golden opportunity […]