Uber Ordered To Apply For Carrier PermitMaryland's Public Service Commission on Thursday ordered a company that links people seeking rides with freelance drivers to apply to operate as a for-hire carrier.
Carroll County Swim School Temporarily ClosesA swim school is temporarily closing a Finksburg pool after the Carroll County Health Department announced it had been operating for more than a year without a valid permit.
Kanye West Video Premiere Canceled in BaltimoreBaltimore officials have canceled outdoor premieres of a new Kanye West video because organizers didn't seek permits from the city.
Annapolis Opens One-Stop Permit CounterOnce, if you wanted to start a business in Annapolis, you might have to travel to offices in three different buildings to get all of the right applications.
‘Good & Substantial Reason’ No Longer Required For Md. Gun Permit It will soon be easier to carry a concealed weapon in Maryland. A federal judge finds part of a state gun law unconstitutional.
Md. & Baltimore Environmental Group At Odds Over Storm Water Pollution PermitTwo groups trying to clean up the Inner Harbor don't see eye to eye about what needs to be done.
Annapolis Residents To Learn About Keeping HensNow that Annapolis residents can keep backyard chickens, the city is hosting a meeting to discuss guidelines.
Md. Man Charged With Illegally Renovating RowhomeA man is facing criminal charges for renovating his mother's Baltimore rowhouse without the required permits.
Tree Service Fined $10K For Unpermitted Clearing The Maryland attorney general's office says a Pasadena tree service has been fined $10,000 for clearing trees without a permit in a critical area.
D.C. Triathlon Canceled After Permit DeniedA triathlon scheduled for the nation's capital in June has been canceled after the National Park Service denied race organizers a permit to use the National Mall.
Md. Asks For Stay During Gun Permit Ruling AppealMaryland is asking a federal judge to keep the state's gun permit law in place while they appeal his ruling that it is unconstitutional.
City Denies Occupy Baltimore Permit Request To Stay In McKeldin SquareTime may be running out for the Occupy Wall Street protesters camped out in the heart of McKeldin Square. Baltimore may soon join other cities forcing them out.