The National Transportation Safety Board says high speed was the probable cause of a shipping accident that did more than $2 million worth of damage to a CSX Corp. coal pier in Baltimore Harbor.
UPS may not be getting many Christmas cards from customers. For the first time, the world’s largest package delivery service says they were swamped by overwhelming demand.
Ten thousand jobs could be coming to Baltimore County with a new plan to redevelop Sparrows Point. Once a booming steel town–the area’s been struggling since the mill shut down for good last year.
Maryland emergency management officials have received funding to construct a radar and video tower on Tilghman Island.
Maryland will soon welcome one of the world’s largest container shipping companies to the Port of Baltimore. It’s because the state gave a private company the rights to run the terminal and make some big changes.
Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to reward a sailor who reported pollution aboard his ship.
The Maryland Wineries Association says 28 state wineries have paid a fee in order to be able to ship wine directly to consumers.
In the midst of this down economy, a milestone at the Port of Baltimore. It is now the busiest international auto-shipping hub in the country.
Maryland residents can start getting wine delivered directly to their homes this week, but right now they
only have 11 wineries to choose from.
Wine lovers are saying Gov. Martin O’Malley will soon sign a bill legalizing shipping directly to consumers from wineries.
A top Senate Democrat told lobbyists for wine vendors on Thursday that some form of direct wine shipping will be approved in Maryland this year.
Supporters of bills to allow Marylanders to get wine shipped directly to them from out-of-state appear to be gaining momentum in Annapolis.