Small business owners are still having trouble bouncing back from damage and looting from April’s unrest. Now some are starting to get the financial boost that could make all the difference.
More help for small business owners trying to recover from riots in Baltimore last month.
The fragility of Baltimore’s economy was exposed by Freddie Gray’s death from a spinal injury suffered while in police custody.
Many in the community are doing their part to get the city back on its feet.
Less than 48 hours after the curfew is lifted, businesses are trying to bounce back. But many have lost thousands of dollars over the past few days.
As WJZ has been telling you, day after the day, the city is getting hundreds of calls for broken water lines throughout the city. Crews can’t keep up with the number of breaks.
It’s been a Baltimore staple since 1782. But in recent years, the Lexington Market has lost some of its charm due to drugs and other problems just outside its doors.
A study on raising the minimum wage in Maryland is warning about some of the negative impacts an increase would have on businesses, particularly on the hospitality industry and food services.
Marty and Don had “Coffee With” chef Emeril Lagasse. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about a Zagat survey on local shopping.
For players at some Maryland casinos, there’s never a last call for alcohol, as long as the games keep playing. The Washington Post reports that unlike other bars in the state, three of Maryland’s four casinos can serve alcohol around the clock.
Prince George’s County police say they’ve ordered the closure of two adult entertainment businesses.
Maryland officials are announcing the completion of the One Maryland Broadband Network.