Amid the closures of all nonessential businesses in Maryland as of March 23 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, one notable exception is the construction industry, which — unlike several other states and large metropolitan jurisdictions around the country — has been allowed to continue to operate in the state.
UPDATE #2: It sounds like the agritourism bill may be dead this year after all due to the early adjournment. Sen. Arthur Ellis (D-Charles), the bill’s lead sponsor in the Senate, provided a statement to TLR on the bill’s status. “Unfortunately, because [the General Assembly will] shut down this Wednesday,
With Charles County’s schools shut down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, students in the Bryans Road area who rely on the schools for their lunches are in need of alternatives. High Noon Southern Fine Cuisine & Seafood at the Bryans Road Shopping Center will be providing free lunches including
At their most fundamental, planning and economic development are about ensuring that citizens have access to the basic necessities for life. Food, clothing, and shelter are the traditional trio, but in a modern community those necessities also include things like clean water, electricity, health care, and transportation, and access to