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.
Vice presidential visit. Joe Biden comes to the Port of Baltimore with a $10 million check.
Ravens’ coach John Harbaugh will be around a little longer. Harbaugh, who has led the Ravens to the playoffs in each of his five seasons at the helm, agreed to a four-year contract extension that will make him one of the highest-paid coaches in the NFL, a team source confirmed to WJZ’s media partner, The Baltimore Sun.
Baltimore’s B&O Railroad Museum has a surplus of trains and related items, and it is putting thousands of items up for sale this week.
The Housing Authority of Baltimore City has paid more than $6.7 million to satisfy six outstanding lead paint judgments.
A Severna Park manufacturing company is laying off 500 workers worldwide.
The Powerball jackpot has jumped again. Wednesday’s game will be worth $425 million with a $244.7 million cash option.
Spreading the wealth. Governor O’Malley’s political action committee is spending money on other campaigns.
Ocean City police have arrested two people they say used counterfeit currency to buy items in resort businesses.
A spokeswoman for the city of Hagerstown says the city’s finance director has resigned following an alleged “misuse of city money.”
A federal audit is focusing on how public schools in Maryland spent federal stimulus money.
Ocean City officials say the last nail has been hammered in their three-year, $6 million boardwalk rebuilding project.