Port Of Baltimore
Millions of dollars and hundreds of jobs will be cruising back into Baltimore, as Carnival Cruise Lines announces it will return to the port next year.
An arbitrator has ordered a longshoremen’s local to pay $3.8 million in damages for a three-day strike at the Port of Baltimore that he said violated a no-strike provision in the longshoremen’s master contract.
They’re at least a million years old and thousands of tons of them are rolling into Maryland. They’re fossilized oyster shells. The first load of the Oyster Express arrived Thursday.
Big plans for the port. The mayor just returned from visiting the Panama Canal with Vice President Joe Biden. Improvements being made there will have huge impacts on Baltimore.
The Maryland Port Administration strikes a deal that could bring even more business to the Port of Baltimore, which has already had a big year.
The Port of Baltimore is touting the excellent grade it has received from the Coast Guard for the changes it’s made to security.
The Port of Baltimore is touting the “excellent” grade it has received from the Coast Guard for changes it has made to security.
The union strikes a deal to get the massive Port of Baltimore back up and running–for now.
Baltimore’s port is still shut down for a second day. Striking longshoremen and ship companies have yet to reach a contract settlement.
The same night politicians finally strike a deal in Washington, the Port of Baltimore is negotiating its own deal. A union dispute has stopped all operations at the port–one of the busiest in the nation.
Vice presidential visit. Joe Biden comes to the Port of Baltimore with a $10 million check.
Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit the Port of Baltimore to make a transportation announcement.