Toyota Invests In Uber, Offers Lease Deals To DriversToyota is investing in Uber, making it the latest car company to put money in a ride-hailing app.
Is Leasing A Car A Good Idea?Leasing isn't for everyone, but under the right conditions, it can make a lot of sense.
Landlord Accused Of Setting Fire As Tenants SleptMaryland fire officials say a landlord has been charged with arson and attempted murder after a house he owned burned.
Park Service Says Boathouse Lease Dates To 1982The National Park Service says a popular kayak-rental business in Washington's Georgetown neighborhood has been operating on a month-to-month lease that hasn't changed since 1982.
Sodexo Inc. To Keep Headquarters In GaithersburgState and local officials say Sodexo Inc. has re-signed the lease on its North American headquarters in Gaithersburg.
Baltimore Ponders Sale, Lease Of 15 Historic SitesBaltimore is considering selling or leasing 15 historic buildings in the city that officials believe are underused.
Panel OKs $168M To Lease Slot MachinesA Maryland board voted 2-1 on Wednesday to spend $168 million in taxpayer dollars to lease about 4,700 slot machines for use in what will be the state's largest casino in Anne Arundel County.
Md. Board Approves Lease For Prison Energy ProjectThe Maryland Board of Public Works has approved a lease agreement for a facility at the Eastern Correctional Institution that will turn chicken manure into energy.
4-Year Timeline For Md. Prison Solar FarmA solar power developer is agreeing to a four-year deadline for erecting 100,000 solar panels at a state prison complex near Hagerstown.
Ballfield Lease Dispute Deepens In FrederickA dispute over the lease terms for Frederick's minor-league baseball stadium is deepening.
Md. Senator Wants Prison Solar Lease Price UppedA state senator from western Maryland is pushing for a higher lease rate on state prison land near Hagerstown where the governor's administration envisions a large-scale, solar-energy project.
Phillips Seafood To Leave Baltimore's HarborplaceA landmark leaving. Harborplace, the center of Baltimore’s biggest tourist attraction, is losing a major tenant. After three decades, Phillips Aeafood is moving out.