LIST: Who's Offering Deals And Discounts For Veterans Day In BaltimoreVeterans Day is the day to honor those who have served in any branch of the military.
Juul Stops Sales Of Mint-Flavored PodsJuul Labs will immediately stop online sales of mint Juulpods and will stop accepting orders for them from retailers.
More Than 2 Million Pounds Of Chicken Products Recalled In 8 StatesMore than 2 million pounds of poultry products have been recalled in eight states over fears of contamination with foreign matter such as metal, federal health officials said.
Baltimore Working On $5M Overhaul Of Parking Meter SystemBaltimore is spending $5 million to overhaul its system of parking meters.
Maryland Bookkeeper Charged With Embezzling $1M From EmployersA woman who worked as a bookkeeper has been charged in Maryland with fraudulently obtaining approximately $1 million from her employers.
Ryanair Is The Latest Airline To Find Cracks In Boeing 737sThe cracks were found on what is known as the "pickle fork," which helps attach the wings to the aircraft.
Baltimore's Plastic Bag Ban One Step Closer To Becoming LawBaltimore's effort to ban plastic bags is one step closer to becoming law after a city council vote Monday.
Guinness Brewery In Baltimore To Debut New Brew For International Stout DayThursday is International Stout Day, a day dedicated to everything about the dark beer.
Anne Arundel County Executive Awards Maryland Legal Aid $50K To Support Low-Income ResidentsThe grant is among the largest awarded by Anne Arundel County to MLA.
Microsoft Tried A 4-Day Work Week — And Productivity SoaredFor those of you dreaming of a shorter work week, there's new evidence that suggests only four days at the office would benefit employers and employees alike.
Salmonella Linked To Ground BeefA multistate salmonella outbreak has sickened 10 people and caused one death, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The outbreak is believed to be connected to ground beef.
Dockless Vehicles, Including Scooters, Set Ridership Records In Baltimore In SeptemberDockless vehicles, including electric scooters, continue to grow in popularity in Baltimore, new numbers from the city's transportation department show.
Nestlé Recalls Ready-To-Bake Cookie Dough For Possible Rubber ContaminationNestlé is voluntarily recalling it's ready-to-bake, refrigerated cookie dough for possibly rubber contamination.
Neighborhood Lights | Come See Baltimore At Its Brightest At Light CityThe festival will feature 19 Neighborhood Lights events, giving Baltimoreans 10 days to experience the brightness of Light City.
Baltimore Uber Drivers Trained On How To Spot Signs Of Human TraffickingA number of Uber drivers in Baltimore took part in a training Tuesday designed to help them spot possible signs of human trafficking.