The Maryland Port Administration says Honeywell International Inc. will pay for most of a $27 million plan to keep chromium-tainted fill from polluting the harbor and nearby residential areas.
There’s frustration and outright anger at BGE. It’s all over a small fee charged to all customers, even to those who lost power for days during that powerful storm that tore through the state.
The city of Baltimore is suing the wife of a former mayoral candidate over money she was erroneously paid while working for the Council president.
The Baltimore City Sheriff has begun the process of seizing trucks, computers and other equipment owned by the city’s housing authority to pay an outstanding lead paint poisoning judgment.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says she will direct her automatic pay raise this year to the city’s Youth Works summer jobs program.
Prince George’s County high school students who want to play a sport in the upcoming school year will have to pay a fee.
The nation’s largest federal employee union says forcing some federal employees to work without pay during a government shutdown violates the U.S. Constitution.
There’s a big boost in the number of teacher applications at city school headquarters.
The federal government can now pay local stormwater fees that will help Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts.
The D.C. region will be affected like no other by the Obama administration’s proposed freeze on federal pay for the next two years.