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Contractor Claim Against Baltimore County Denied

A Baltimore County circuit court judge has ruled against a contractor who claimed the county owed the company $1.4 million.

05/22/2012

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Board Debars Contractor Who Didn’t Pay Taxes

The Board of Public Works has debarred a Maryland contractor who pleaded guilty to failing to pay employment taxes.

04/18/2012

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Rebuilding After Irene? Watch For Contractor Scams

Homeowners who found themselves in the sights of Hurricane Irene may soon be targeted by scammers looking to profit from their pain.

08/31/2011

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Frederick Contractor Charged With Slashing Employee With An Ax

A Frederick painting contractor is charged with slashing an employee in the forearm with a medieval-style battle ax.

08/03/2011

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Contractor Acquitted By Anne Arundel Judge

An Anne Arundel County judge has acquitted a contractor accused of stealing from his clients.

05/19/2011

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Northrop Grumman To Cut 200, Mostly In Baltimore

Defense contractor Northrop Grumman says it plans to lay off about 200 employees, mostly in the Baltimore region.

05/13/2011

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NSA Contractor Faces 5 Years For False Timesheets

Federal prosecutors say a former National Security Agency contractor faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to filing timesheets for hours not worked.

05/08/2011

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Trial Of Contractor With Md. Ties Ends In Cuba, No Verdict

The trial of a U.S. government contractor facing up to 20 years in jail on charges he sought to undermine Cuba’s government wrapped up Saturday after both sides gave closing arguments, but there was no immediate word of a verdict.

03/05/2011

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Maryland Native’s Trial Gets Underway In Cuba

A U.S. government contractor went on trial in Cuba on Friday in a case sure to have a profound impact on relations between the Cold War enemies.

03/04/2011

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Detained U.S. Contractor With Md. Ties Goes On Trial In Cuba

More than a man’s fate will be at stake when U.S. contractor Alan Gross goes to trial Friday on charges he sought to undermine Cuba’s government by bringing communications equipment onto the island illegally.

03/03/2011

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