Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun

Pamela Wood

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore, MD, United States

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Recent:
  • The Baltimore Sun
Past:
  • Orlando Sentinel
  • Carroll County Times
  • CapitalGazette.com
  • chicagotribune.com
  • New York Daily News
  • Hartford Courant
  • The Morning Call

Recent articles by Pamela:

Maryland sees deadliest day yet from coronavirus as state ramps up efforts to purchase supplies

With more than two dozen deaths announced Monday, Maryland recorded its most lethal day yet from the coronavirus pandemic, and the number of confirmed cases across the state surged past 4,000. → Read More

Gov. Hogan prohibits home foreclosures in Maryland during coronavirus pandemic, extends ban on evictions

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is prohibiting evictions and foreclosures for homes and commercial properties during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus cases now in 60 nursing home facilities across Maryland: ‘The virus is everywhere’

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday said coronavirus cases or clusters of cases have now been identified in 60 different nursing home facilities across the state, as well as in multiple correctional facilities in the state. → Read More

Lawmakers urge Gov. Hogan to close Maryland’s gun shops during coronavirus emergency that’s shut down other stores

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is getting pressure to close down the state’s gun stores, which have been allowed to remain open during the coronavirus pandemic when most other retailers have had to shut their doors. → Read More

Hogan to sign bills to make telehealth easier in Maryland

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will sign into law legislation that makes it easier for doctors to use telehealth to treat patients. → Read More

Maryland will be under a ‘stay at home’ order to fight coronavirus spread. What does that mean?

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday issued a "stay at home" order for state residents. What will that mean? → Read More

Maryland’s legislature passed more than 650 bills in a three-day sprint. Here are some of the most significant.

The Maryland General Assembly passed more than 650 bills in a three-day sprint as lawmakers rushed to abruptly adjourn the state’s 441st legislative session as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread in the state. → Read More

Sports betting bill moves forward in Maryland legislature’s final hours; ‘disparity study’ added

A stripped-down version of a bill to let voters decide on legalizing sports betting is moving through the General Assembly in the final hours of the legislature’s abbreviated session. → Read More

Maryland lawmakers give final OK to sweeping education bill as early adjournment looms

Maryland lawmakers gave final approval Tuesday night to a sweeping education reform bill designed to restore the state’s public schools to among the best in the nation. → Read More

Maryland lawmakers give final OK to background checks for private long gun sales

Maryland lawmakers gave final approval on Monday to a bill that will require all buyers of rifles and shotguns to submit to background checks. → Read More

Montana person who visited Anne Arundel tests positive for novel coronavirus

A person who visited Anne Arundel County has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday. → Read More

Maryland lawmakers defeat sales tax expansion pitched as way to pay state’s share of Kirwan education improvements

State lawmakers have effectively defeated a much-maligned proposal to expand Maryland’s sales tax to professional services. → Read More

Maryland Gov. Hogan wants to tap millions in emergency funds to prepare for coronavirus

Gov. Hogan wants to tap the million in Maryland's rainy day fund to prepare for the coronavirus outbreak in addition to budget dollars. → Read More

Maryland lawmakers consider funds for Pimlico and Laurel tracks

Maryland lawmakers are considering ambitious and expensive plans to renovate thoroughbred horse racing tracks in Baltimore and Laurel. → Read More

Accountability board for new Johns Hopkins police force moving forward in Maryland Senate

Maryland senators are poised to vote on members of a board that will oversee a controversial private police force being established at Johns Hopkins institutions in Baltimore. → Read More

Advocacy group files complaint with state ethics commission about Maryland Gov. Hogan’s business arrangement

The watchdog group Public Citizen has filed an ethics complaint against Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan. → Read More

'A matter of life and death’: Maryland lawmakers tackle Kirwan education funding bill with marathon hearing

Maryland lawmakers have begun their official review of a bill that would revamp the state's public schools with expensive additional programs. → Read More

Maryland lawmakers still question Census preparation

Maryland lawmakers remain concerned about the state’s efforts to promote the Census and ensure an accurate count of the state’s residents. → Read More

Two police officers working with U.S. Marshals shot in Northeast Baltimore; suspect killed

Two police officers assigned to federal task forces, one from Baltimore City and one from Baltimore County, were shot in Northeast Baltimore on Wednesday, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogans office confirmed. → Read More

Maryland lawmakers file ‘groundbreaking,’ expensive bill for sweeping overhaul of state’s public schools

Maryland lawmakers filed a “groundbreaking” but expensive 199-page bill Thursday that would mean a sweeping overhaul of the state’s public schools ― boosting teacher pay, expanding vocational training and funding additional services for children in the poorest communities. → Read More