Legislators And Educators Hold Roundtable On Closing ‘Digital Divide’ In BaltimoreOfficials and educators in Baltimore are trying to close what they call the digital divide.
Chicken And Kebob Eateries To Open At Towson RowTwo eateries will be opening new locations at Towson Row.
Thousands Of Marylanders Will Receive Relief In $1.85B Settlement With Student Loan Provider Navient, Frosh SaysThousands of Marylanders with student loans will receive financial relief under a multi-state, $1.85 billion settlement with student loan provider Navient, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said Thursday.
Lexington Market Lands Taharka Brothers Ice Cream And Ovenbird BakeryBaltimore foodies will soon be able to feast on the delicacies of two well-known local food vendors at the new Lexington Market building.
98 Cannon Riverfront Grille In Chestertown Suffers 'Significant Fire Damage'98 Cannon Riverfront Grille, a waterfront restaurant in Chestertown, suffered "significant fire damage" Wednesday morning and will be closed until further notice, the restaurant posted on Facebook.
Latest US Travel Rules: What You Need To Know About The Changes Prompted By OmicronThe dominoes fell quickly after South African health authorities informed the world of their discovery of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus in late November.
Maryland Adds 8,400 Jobs In November As Unemployment Rate Drops To 5.4 PercentMaryland gained 8,400 jobs and the unemployment rate decreased to 5.4 percent in November, according to jobs and unemployment data the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics released Friday.
Supply Chain Issues: How Are Global Shortages Affecting Local Customers?The supply chain is the series of steps that brings a product to a customer, but bottlenecks across the entire network are creating shortages, delays and higher prices.
Lexington Market Will Add Charro Negro, Retain Dancing Potato, Developer SaysThe rehabbed Lexington Market will add a new vendor, Charro Negro, and retain one, Dancing Potato, that's had a stall since 2013, developer Seawall said Thursday.
Maryland Awards More Than $9 Million In Tax Credits To Revitalize Six Historic BuildingsAwardees include the historic Wilkins Rogers Mill in Ellicott City and a large home near the Maryland State House in Annapolis, as well as two buildings in Baltimore and two in Hagerstown.
Maryland Ranked 4th In Defense Spending In 2020, According to Department Of Defense ReportMaryland received the 4th largest amount of money from the Department of Defense in fiscal year 2020, according to a recently published report from the department's Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation.
'An Absolute Game Changer': Hogan And Transportation Officials Break Ground On Howard Street Tunnel Expansion ProjectThe long-awaited Howard Street Tunnel Expansion Project is officially under way.
Hogan, Officials To Break Ground On Howard Street Tunnel ProjectGov. Larry Hogan and officials from the Maryland Department of Transportation, freight train operator CSX and the Federal Railroad Administration on Monday will break ground for the Howard Street Tunnel Expansion Project.
State, Anne Arundel Leaders Tour Annapolis For Small Business SaturdayBaltimore wasn't the only place celebrating Small Business Saturday. State and local leaders were in Annapolis Saturday to take a tour downtown.
Mayor Scott Helps Kick Off Small Business Saturday In BaltimoreMayor Brandon Scott helped kick off small business Saturday and also officially made the Saturday falling between Black Friday and Cyber Monday "Small Business Saturday" in Baltimore.