Maryland officials are signing an agreement with the National Institute of Standards and Technology to boost cybersecurity development in the state.
The longtime headquarters building of The Washington Post is being sold to a real estate development company for $159 million.
Tablets and toddlers: A warning for parents of tech-savvy children. The American Academy of Pediatrics says children under two should avoid all screen time.
Gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler is opposing development on part of the University of Maryland Golf Course, because he says it would pave what now serves as the community’s main green space, recreational amenity and environmental habitat.
Plans for a new Wal-Mart store at 25th Street in Remington move another step closer to becoming reality.
The Baltimore City Council gives final approval to $100 million in taxpayer assistance for a new waterfront development. Supporters say the plan will create thousands of jobs but some see it as nothing but a handout to the developer.
Baltimore City moves to spend more than $100 million to subsidize the Harbor Point development.
A billion dollar development proposed for the Baltimore harbor is in the works. Harbor Point would take its place between Fells Point and Harbor East.
Perceived state interference in local growth issues drew fiery language from Frederick County commissioners, with one saying leaders in Annapolis should “stay the hell out of our business.”
Christian Johansson is resigning as Maryland’s secretary of Business and Economic Development.
A Howard County farm family is seeking to become the first in Maryland to reclaim development rights it voluntarily sold to the state decades ago.
Baltimore County may require pet cemetery owners to tell their customers about plans to sell or lease their graveyards for development.