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Washington County man sets first Maryland state fishing record of 2022

ANNAPOLIS, MD—The Maryland Department of Natural Resources confirmed that a Washington County man has set a new nontidal state record for muskellunge. Kyle Mullenix of Hagerstown caught the 33-pound, 49-inch long record muskie on March 2 along the banks of the upper Potomac River. Regarded as the “fish of ten thousand casts,” muskies are the largest freshwater fish in Maryland …


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Governor Hogan: 10 hospital-based COVID-19 testing sites to open next week

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan on Thursday toured the location of a new, state-run COVID-19 testing site at UM Laurel Medical Center and announced the locations for nine additional hospital-based testing sites that will open by the end of next week. The new sites will help to meet rising demand for testing and divert people away from visiting hospital emergency rooms …


Governor Hogan: Maryland to enter Phase 2 of COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan on Thursday announced that, based on the state’s accelerating vaccination rate and an anticipated increase in supply from the federal government, the State of Maryland will enter Phase 2 of its vaccine distribution plan early next week, for those who wish to receive it. The governor also announced a series of unique initiatives to ensure vaccine …

Governor Hogan announces opening of three more Maryland COVID-19 vaccination sites in March [VIDEO]

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan on Tuesday announced that the state will open three additional mass COVID-19 vaccination sites in March, giving Maryland at least one in each region of the state. The state’s vaccination rate hit a record high 35,730 shots per day. “The pace of daily vaccination is hitting a new high every day, a third safe and effective …

ZIP CODE REPORT: Maryland COVID-19 cases decline for 4th straight day, Ocean City to ease restrictions [VIDEO]

UPDATE: Keep up with the latest zip code reports here. Original story below… —— NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Maryland Department of Health reported on Tuesday that there have now been over 27,000 cases of the novel coronavirus in Maryland, an increase of 709 cases since Monday.  This marks the fourth consecutive day in which a declining number of new cases was recorded. …