The chief executive officer of Baltimore’s public schools has told state lawmakers that he hopes to borrow $1.2 billion to overhaul the city’s public school buildings.
The former CEO of Baltimore Racing Development says interest payments from a two-month loan taken out before the start of the Baltimore Grand Prix ended up draining the funds needed to pay city taxes.
The Department of Energy said Friday it plans to work with the developer of a uranium enrichment project in southern Ohio on research to reduce technical and financial risks that have held up the project.
The director of a Civil War movie filmed in the Maryland area still hasn’t repaid most of $300,000 he borrowed from Washington County in 2002.
A measure allowing some illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition rates at Maryland colleges has passed the Maryland Senate.
Maryland’s economic development agency has given a $500,000 loan to the organizers of an IndyCar race planned for Baltimore over Labor Day weekend.