Gov. Hogan Closes State Offices for July 5, Gives State Employees Another Day Off

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is giving state employees a longer holiday for the Fourth of July.

Hogan announced Monday that state employees will have a holiday on July 5, which falls on a Friday, in addition to Thursday, July 4.


Gov. Hogan Gives State Employees A Holiday On July 5