Nearly 2,000 Sparrows Point employees are preparing for pink slips as the plant’s owner searches for potential buyers.
It’s the phone call heard by thousands, sparking an Election Night controversy in the race for governor. Now 12 jurors are locked in a room trying to make a decision in the second robocall trial.
Several city community centers are set to close for good this summer. It’s a plan that will make room for more state-of-the-art rec centers. But residents fear the closures will leave kids out in the streets.
The interim superintendent of schools in Garrett County is recommending two elementary schools be closed due to a lack of state funding.
The schools targeted will have low student enrollment and old buildings.
A banquet-and-catering company with seven facilities in the Baltimore-Washington region says it’s closing its Frederick County venue.
A 35-year run is slated to come to an end Oct. 9 when owners of the Cracked Claw at Peter Pan, Maryland’s first independently owned off-track betting parlor, closes shop.
Officials at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington say Hurricane Irene is prompting them to accelerate the transfer of their last remaining patients to the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md.
For almost 20 years, the movies at Towson Commons have entertained a community. Now, the eight- screen theater is closing its doors for good.
The U.S. Postal Service is giving citizens a chance to comment on its proposal for closing a mail processing and distribution center in Frederick.
Inside the old brick building on Boonsboro’s Main Street where generations of local families have gone for furniture, for friendly conversation, and, in the old days, even for funerals, employees have been quietly informing customers of a difficult decision. This summer, after celebrating its 174th anniversary, Bast of Boonsboro, believed by the proprietor to be the oldest continually operating furniture store in Maryland, will close.
State officials say a Maryland chemical plant has announced it’s closing in two years, leaving 78 workers without their jobs in that time.