Maryland State Employees Get Four Hours Of Leave To Volunteer In Honor of 9/11 AnniversaryMaryland state government employees will be granted four hours of administrative leave to volunteer this month in honor of the 20th anniversary of those who were lost in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, according to a statement from the state Office of Community Initiatives.
Baltimore City Public Schools Expands Vaccine Requirements To Student-AthletesFollowing a spring announcement that all school-based staff must be vaccinated or submit to weekly testing for COVID-19, Baltimore City Public Schools on Wednesday expanded its protocols to include student-athletes and all other staff.
Md. Prison Workers Claim State Withholding Overtime And PayDozens of prison employees say they are being shortchanged by the staff. It has sparked outrage and protests across Baltimore.
5 GAO Employees Accused Of School Lunch FraudFive employees with the U.S. Government Accountability Office underreported their income or reported having no income at all in order to fraudulently obtain reduced-price school lunches for their children, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
Federal Officials: Recent Data Breach Worse Than ExpectedNearly 22 million Americans hacked. The FBI now says the biggest ever government breach targeted background checks full of information from federal workers, their families and even friends.
Md. Congressman Furious Over Federal Hacking AttackThere is new backlash over the government employees hacking attack. Millions are workers are affected, hundreds of thousands in Maryland. The federal agency responsible for protecting personal information is under fire.
Group Of Baltimore City Employees Indicted In Landfill SchemeA multi-million dollar scheme at the Baltimore City landfill. A three year undercover FBI investigation leads to the indictment of nearly a dozen people, including some city public works employees.
Baltimore Landfill Workers Accused Of Theft, Taking BribesFive Baltimore public works employees have been accused of taking bribes and stealing scrap metal at city landfills.
3 Anne Arundel Co. Employees Disciplined After Making Noose, Joking About ItThree Anne Arundel Co. employees have been disciplined after one made a noose with a rope and then the others joked about it.
City Courthouse Employees Protest Rodent Infested And Poorly Ventilated OfficesCourthouse employees attempt to breathe new life into the ongoing debate about conditions in the city circuit court buildings.
Lawsuit Against Leopold Costs Anne Arundel County Another $100KJohn Leopold's crass behavior cost him his job as Anne Arundel County executive. Now it's costing the county another $100,000.
Washington County Draws More Workers From OutsideMaryland's Washington County has become more of a magnet for workers who live elsewhere over the past decade.
Working It Out: Obama Speaks About Minimum Wage At Maryland CostcoPresident Barack Obama took his State of the Union address on the road, bringing his message directly to the public. He kicked things off Wednesday morning right here in Maryland.
Man Accused Of Trying To Shoot Workers ConvictedA man who prosecutors say fired his malfunctioning gun several times at employees in a store he was trying to rob has been convicted of attempted second-degree murder.
Citigroup Move Could Cut 650 Western Md. Jobs Citigroup Inc. says it plans to close a Hagerstown unit that employs about 650 people servicing home loans that have gone into default.