Concerns over vehicle and driver safety led federal regulators to shut down a bus company that took passengers from several cities to New York City’s Chinatown.
Maryland Natural Resources Police say a Taylors Island man faces up to $28,000 in fines for oyster harvesting violations.
The Labor Department is signing agreements to share information with nine states and the Internal Revenue Service as it gets more aggressive in its program to crack down on businesses that cheat workers out of their hard-earned wages.
A service allowing drivers in the District of Columbia to determine how much they owe in late tickets is being extended.
Comptroller Peter Franchot will be announcing alcohol, tobacco and motor fuel violations for fiscal year 2011 in Maryland.
Maryland Natural Resources Police say two commercial fishermen have been charged with striped bass violations.