The financial future looks bright for students at the University of Maryland College Park.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is now the highest paid player in NFL history. Ravens fans weigh in on whether or not they think he’s worth $120.6 million.
Salisbury city leaders have approved $488,000 in raises for police department officers and dispatchers.
All players will receive room and board during preseason training camp. Housing is also provided between training camp and the Tuesday prior to their club’s first regular season game for the players who have not established residence in that city.
Frederick Community College has approved a $47.7 million budget that includes tuition increases and employee pay raises.
Montgomery County public school employees are set to receive their first raise in three years under a tentative budget deal.
Maryland judges’ salaries will increase by roughly 3 percent annually, hiking their pay by more than $14,000 over three years.
Right-hander Brad Bergesen and the Baltimore Orioles have argued their cases in salary arbitration. And the Orioles have won.
The Frederick city police force has a new labor contract.
The new head coaches of the University of Maryland’s football and basketball teams are guaranteed $2 million and $1.9 million a year, according to contracts released by the school in response to a Public Information Act request from The Daily Record.
An analysis of Maryland state employee salaries for last year shows that the majority of the more than 1,300 workers earning as much or more than Gov. Martin O’Malley were employed by the University System of Maryland.
The incoming superintendent of Montgomery County public schools will be paid a higher annual base salary than his predecessor.