Football fever in Baltimore is at a high.
Water in the Inner Harbor is so unhealthy, going for a swim might end with a tetanus shot.
The tiny downtown area in Princess Anne that has seen some growth in retail shops and restaurants during the past few years will add a few more in the coming months, and town officials hope it is a trend that will continue.
Maryland beaches are hoping for a strong Labor Day.
Baltimore’s hotels and restaurants are looking forward to sold-out tourism business from the Baltimore Grand Prix that starts Friday, even if hotels aren’t fully booked yet.
Law enforcement officers have raided two dozen Ocean City businesses suspected of trafficking in counterfeit goods.
A Dunkin’ Donuts proposed for the historic district of Annapolis is getting mixed reviews.
Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger is holding a workshop to discuss funding opportunities for Maryland nonprofits and small businesses.
Judi DiGioia is ready to pull 17-hour shifts at Morton’s The Steakhouse when the Baltimore Grand Prix invades the Inner Harbor over Labor Day weekend.
Furnace Hills Coffee opened in Westminster last week, and owner Dave Baldwin is hoping to hire a few new employees as business grows. He’s hoping some of the applications are submitted by people with developmental disabilities, like his daughter. Erin has Down syndrome.
Federal immigration authorities have shared with a Maryland police department nearly $500,000 that was seized during an investigation into illegal gambling businesses.
The heart of Towson used to have a bustling business district. Now that area is dotted with boarded-up shops and one of the largest attractions just shut its doors.