Cost Of Building Materials Are Up Following Pandemic, Contractors Say It'll Put Them Out Of BusinessMaryland contractors have noticed a steady increase in the price of building materials since the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020. One contractor tells WJZ at first he thought the pandemic was driving up costs, but now he thinks it's price-gouging.
Maryland Attorney General Urges Support For Integrity BillLame horses, faulty ammunition -- even during the Civil War dishonest businesses were attempting to cheat the government.
Documents: Health Exchange Contractors SquabbledA new court filing provides details of the behind-the-scenes squabbles among private contractors that contributed to the poor performance of Maryland's online health exchange.
Plaster Falls From Hagerstown Theater During ShowOfficials of the Maryland Theatre in Hagerstown say audience members were shaken but not hurt when a 5-foot chuck of plaster broke free from the upper balcony ceiling.
Minority Contractors Association Sues BaltimoreA minority contractors association is suing the city of Baltimore claiming the Board of Estimates awards contracts to large firms without considering minority contractors.
7 Signs Your Home Needs A ProfessionalKnow when to call in the professionals.
Western Md. Contractors Blast Minority RequirementSome western Maryland contractors are demanding an end to the state's Minority Business Enterprise law.
NSA, Prospective Contractors Meet At Md. WorkshopThe National Security Agency is opening up to prospective contractors hoping to do business with the secretive government organization.
Contractors Must Prove Workers Are LegalThe Carroll County Board of Commissioners has voted to enroll the county in a federal program that will allow employers to determine if its workers are eligible to work in the U.S.
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