A town hall meeting in Prince George’s County this week is focusing on job creation and economic development.
Frederick County officials say they’re stepping up efforts to attract and keep businesses.
A Hungarian man has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison for hacking into Marriott International’s computers and extorting the firm for a job.
Fred Stamm isn’t sure how long he was homeless and begging for spare change on the streets of Severna Park. But he’s thinking it was at least a decade. The years blend together for the 47-year-old, who found himself with nowhere to go after a fight with his father and stepmother years ago.
The executive director of the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown is leaving to become vice president of academic affairs at Hagerstown Community College.
A camp at the Hippodrome could lead students to a career in the theater.
Some Metro employees are logging so much overtime that they are essentially working a second full-time job.
The Federal Aviation Administration has uncovered a second incident of an air traffic controller sleeping on the job, but in this case the napping was deliberate.
Maryland employers will be limited in using a job applicant’s credit history when making hiring decisions, under a measure that has passed the General Assembly.
Tucked away in a little workshop behind his West Ocean City home, Ben Greene is making a living doing what he loves. Greene, a former auto mechanic, now devotes his time to making and repairing pool cues.
Former Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich has been named senior counsel at an international law firm.
The city of Cumberland is choosing a veteran firefighter to head the department.