American Airlines and United Airlines say they will begin to furlough 32,000 employees after lawmakers and the White House failed to agree on a broad pandemic relief package that includes more federal aid for airlines.
Baltimore has allocated the largest chunk of its federal coronavirus relief funding for eviction prevention programs, according to a breakdown provided by the city.
HUD inspectors find Ben Carson’s actions didn’t benefit son in Baltimore deals, but had the 'appearance’ of ethical issues
The inspector general’s office for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Affairs released an investigative report Tuesday that found no evidence that HUD Secretary Ben Carson used his position to benefit his son’s business interests in Baltimore, but he “could have done more to avoid the appearance that he was not complying with federal ethics regulations.”
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Happening this week around the county …
Question 2 asks Marylanders to legalize sports betting. Where? Which sports? For exactly what purposes? Stay tuned.
A decade after the first casino opened in the state, Maryland voters will decide whether to expand legalized gambling by permitting the sort of betting — on the Ravens, Orioles or other sports teams — that casinos and racetracks have long sought.
PRESTON — Charlene Keller, senior director of enterprise accounts at Choptank Transport in Preston, is recognized by Supply and Demand Chain’s Women in Supply Chain list.
Maryland’s state government budget has avoided catastrophic shortfalls so far during the pandemic-induced recession, largely due to federal coronavirus aid programs.
Hunt Valley-based McCormick & Co. saw sales jump in the third quarter as consumers hunkered down at home to cook and eat. The company announced its first 2-for-1 stock split in 18 years, reflecting strong growth.
An e-commerce start-up headquartered at Baltimore’s Curtis Bay warehouse has raised $18 million in private equity investment and venture capital, it announced last week.
Baltimore independent mayoral candidate Bob Wallace debuted a new television ad, voiced by Ravens great Ray Lewis, during the team’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.