A wrongful death lawsuit stemming from a church van crash last year in Illinois is on hold because the pastors of the Baltimore church have declared bankruptcy.
Court documents indicate that a change of ownership is in the works for the former Sparrows Point steel mill property in Baltimore.
Memberships in the Capital Bikeshare program are up, but the operation has run out of keys for new members to access bicycles.
A court has approved the bankruptcy reorganization plan of Dolan, Co., a business and legal publisher that is the parent company of The Daily Record in Baltimore.
A bankruptcy court judge has approved the sale of Maryland’s only ski resort to a unit of a Kansas City-based real-estate investment trust for $23.5 million.
The federal Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation says it is taking control of two RG Steel pension plans.
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Greenbelt is considering rules for the proposed sale of the Wisp ski resort in McHenry.
The Federal Communications Commission has given the Tribune Co. key clearances as it prepares to leave bankruptcy protection and transfer the company to new owners.
The financially strapped owners of Maryland’s only ski resort say they have found a buyer for the western Maryland property.
Computers, speaker systems and even a pool table that once belonged to Curt Schilling’s video game company are on the auction block.
The Sparrows Point steel mill will be auctioned in January if buyers don’t step forward for all or part of the property, liquidator Hilco Industrial said Tuesday.
Creditors for Maryland’s only ski resort are objecting to a request by the owners for more time to come up with a bankruptcy reorganization plan.