Standoff at the State House. Lawmakers battle to hammer out a budget during a special session–and that could mean higher taxes for you!
Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller says changes to the state budget made by House of Delegates committees could mean deep cuts and the need to raise revenue next year.
NFL Teams have to go from a 90-man roster to an 80-man roster by today at 4pm.
The projected budget shortfall is between $10 million and $24 million in the 2013 fiscal year.
Legg Mason Inc. says it plans to lay off an additional 35 workers at its Owings Mills facility.
The best NFL teams get rid of players a year too early rather than a year too late.
Everyone wanted football back, but Monday’s news from Owings Mills reminded us of the harsh business side of the NFL.
A transportation museum in downtown Cumberland will close because of spending cuts.
If you live, work or just visit Baltimore, big cuts and money raisers in the city’s new budget are likely to impact you.
Baltimore mayoral candidates touted tax cuts, schools and job programs at a forum at Coppin State University.
The American Red Cross says it’s laid off eight workers in the Greater Alleghenies Blood Services Region because of rising costs and slow revenue growth.
A new budget in Montgomery County cuts workers’ health and retirement benefits by $33 million.