Baltimore’s port is still shut down for a second day. Striking longshoremen and ship companies have yet to reach a contract settlement.
Months after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed 150 years ago, the first unit of black Northern soldiers was organized as the 54th Massachusetts Regiment and went on to fight at Fort Wagner in South Carolina during the Civil War.
Another assault on a correctional officer at the maximum security prison in Western Maryland has union officials demanding three directors be fired.
A large number of District of Columbia firefighters called out sick on New Year’s Eve, leaving the city short-staffed on a busy night.
The union representing Metro transit police is suing the transit agency to reinstate an officer who the union says was wrongly fired.
Pepco and its union say they have reached a tentative contract agreement that will likely avert a strike.
Union workers at Pepco have rejected what the company called its final contract offer and could go on strike.
Union workers at the Pepco utility company are scheduled to vote this week on a contract proposal.
From as far away as Minnesota, Colorado and Ohio they came, more than 30 members of the Bloss and Mitchell families who converged on the hallowed Civil War fighting grounds of rural Maryland.
Uncertain future and steel mill operations ceased at Sparrows Point.
Safeway and Giant Food workers in the Baltimore-Washington region have approved a new contract with wage increases.
Union officials say the owners of the Sparrows Point steel mill plan to temporarily idle the tin mill at the financially struggling plant.