Maryland’s attorney general is objecting to the proposed sale of the Sparrows Point steel mill by RG Steel.
The Ravens cheerleaders calendar has just hit stores and has all of Baltimore talking.
Thurmont town officials have approved the sale of about 400 acres of land to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
In Baltimore City, people under the age of 18 will no longer be allowed to buy items from stores where more than 20 percent of sales come from alcohol.
RG Steel LLC has reached an agreement with its unsecured creditors committee to extend the sale of the bankrupt steelmaker’s assets.
The judge presiding over the bankruptcy of RG Steel LLC is urging the company and its creditors to try to agree on a sale process of the steelmaker’s assets.
A financially troubled Catholic hospital in Towson may end up being purchased by a hospital system that doesn’t follow its Catholic beliefs.
Maryland lawmakers are considering joining states that have banned the possession and sale of shark fins.
With millions of items to keep track of, the Enoch Pratt Free Library has found a fun way to get rid of the things it no longer needs.
A. Aubrey Bodine was the legendary photographer for the Baltimore Sun. You’ll have a chance to buy some of his amazing images Saturday in Towson.
It’s one of Baltimore’s biggest sales of the year, and if you’re looking for men’s or women’s clothing there’s no better place to go. Ron Matz has more on the best dressed sale which benefits Johns Hopkins Hospital.
The two CEOs working to merge Constellation Energy and Exelon spent their day trying to convince state regulators it’s a good deal for BGE customers.