Unconstitutional pension cuts. A federal court strikes down Baltimore City’s pension cuts for firefighters and police. It’s a ruling that could cost the city tens of millions of dollars in an already tight budget.
Courthouse workers in Baltimore take to the streets, protesting what they call filthy and deplorable conditions inside their building.
A Baltimore public works spokesman says a chlorine leak at a water treatment plant has sent two employees to area hospitals.
BGE is asking its customers to be cautious of individuals posing as the utility’s employees and entering into their homes and businesses.
The U.S. Office of Personnel Management says federal agencies in Washington will be open Monday, but employees will have the option of taking unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework.
Anne Arundel County police have charged two Recreation and Parks employees for stealing county gas for use in their personal vehicles.
Four civilian employees at Aberdeen Proving Ground have been indicted on charged of stealing aluminum and copper from the facility.
Doug Bither looks forward to the jobs that will be created when the 330,000-square-foot Maryland Live! casino opens adjacent to the Arundel Mills mall.
Nearly 2,000 Sparrows Point employees are preparing for pink slips as the plant’s owner searches for potential buyers.
Metro employees will be handing out 400,000 survey cards at Metrorail stations to collect information for planning and operational purposes.
Electronic toll booths are a trend all around the country and it could happen in Maryland.
The Justice Department on Wednesday honored some of its employees behind the complex legal efforts to keep America safe, but the public ceremony raised more questions about what they did than answered them.