Headlines from HJM: Tuesday, July 7, 2020

More than 600 Md. recipients received at least $2M in PPP loans

Publisher Name : The Daily Record
Newly released federal data indicates that hundreds of Maryland businesses, law firms, nonprofits, schools and religious organizations each received at least $2 million to stabilize their finances and avoid layoffs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Olszewski commits additional funds for eviction prevention for Baltimore County

Publisher Name : The Daily Record
After significant response from residents applying for assistance from Phase One of Baltimore County’s Eviction Prevention Program, County Executive Johnny Olszewski has allocated an additional $1 million for the to support residents who are struggling to pay their rent and other housing-related expenses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Top Glassman Staffers Get New Jobs With County Government

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman (R) announced Monday that the county government’s director of administration, Billy Boniface, will move within the office to serve as Glassman’s chief adviser, filling a vacancy within the county executive’s office.
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Md.’s Gas Pipelines and Cove Point Plant Soon to be Under New Management

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Say goodbye to Dominion Energy in Maryland and hello to Berkshire Hathaway.
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Maryland firms get more than $10B in federal aid, including Atlas restaurant chain, Hogan real estate company

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Maryland businesses have received more than $10 billion in loans from the federal Paycheck Protection Program, according to data the U.S. Small Business Administration and Treasury Department released Monday.
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Maryland casino report shows extent of Covid-19's toll on industry

Publisher Name : Baltimore Business Journal
Revenue for Maryland's casino industry fell by more than a quarter last fiscal year as the novel coronavirus swept through the state, shuttering gambling facilities including Baltimore's Horseshoe Casino.
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SZELIGA CALLS FOR THE PROSECUTION OF COLUMBUS STATUE VANDALS

Publisher Name : Maryland Reporter
House Minority Whip Kathy Szeliga said those who were involved in the vandalism and toppling of the Christopher Columbus statue that stood near Baltimore’s Little Italy neighborhood should be prosecuted.
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