At least one person is injured in a three-alarm blaze at the old Seagram’s plant in Dundalk.
A massive plant with sap that burns like acid. It’s not the latest Hollywood monster. It’s real.
Maryland’s Board of Public Works has approved more than $97 million in grants and loans to upgrade the Cox Creek Water Reclamation facility in Anne Arundel County.
Eliminating the import. That’s what General Motors has done with a new production plant unveiled Tuesday in White Marsh.
Health insurers are filing health benefit plans designed to be sold in the individual and small group markets on the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange.
The familiar concrete plant that for decades greeted visitors coming into Ocean City is no more.
A landmark solar panel plant in Frederick is being dismantled.
Aluminum maker Alcoa says it plans to sell a 2,200-acre site near Frederick that was once home to a smelting plant.
The auto giant General Motors is touting the fact that most of its manufacturing plants no longer send trash to landfills. They have 100 such facilities, and one of the first was in White Marsh.
Never mind that her limbs are lanky in one place, beefy in others, or that she’s 80-plus years old — there’s still plenty of life in the old girl.
RG Steel has alerted Maryland unemployment officials that it is furloughing about 720 workers at its Sparrows Point plant until March.
Residents who live near a Baltimore paint plant say the city hasn’t officially warned them how to protect themselves from any potentially dangerous dust that could be released as part of the building’s demolition next year.