'Best Places To Retire': Baltimore Lands On U.S. News & World Report RankingThe outlet noted the city's inexplicable small-town feel, even though the Baltimore metropolitan area has a population of nearly 2.8 million. 
UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski Announces RetirementUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore County president Freeman A. Hrabowski III will retire after the in June 2022, at the end of the 2021-2022 academic year, the university announced on Wednesday.
Former Orioles Right Fielder Nick Markakis Announces RetirementFormer Baltimore Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis announced his retirement from baseball Friday.
Fran Phillips, Maryland's Deputy Health Secretary, Retiring Amid Coronavirus PandemicFran Phillips, the Deputy Secretary for Public Health Services for the Maryland Department of Health and a common attendee at Gov. Larry Hogan's coronavirus press conferences, is retiring, the governor announced Wednesday.
UMD President Wallace Loh Bids Farewell To UniversityUniversity of Maryland President Wallace D. Loh bid farewell Tuesday.
More Seniors Turning To Roommates To Help Pay BillsMore than 33% of Americans ages 65 and over do not have any money saved for retirement, according to a survey from GoBankingRates. Now some seniors are making ends meet by getting a roommate.
Maryland Ranks #40 In Best States To RetireThe personal finance site selected its ranking based on dozens of factors including affordability, state friendliness to elders, and overall quality of life. 
Longtime Republican Rep. Pete King Won't Seek ReelectionKing joins a growing number of Republicans and a handful of Democrats who plan to leave after next year. 
First State Fire Marshal K9 Blitz Retires At Age 9Blitz, an explosive-detection K9, will retire from the Maryland State Police after six years of service to the Office of the State Fire Marshal.
Maryland Pension System Earns 6.46% On InvestmentsSystem officials announced Wednesday that falls short of the system's 7.45% assumed actuarial return rate.
Maryland Is The Worst State For Retirement, Study SaysDespite all of the great things about Maryland from seafood, beaches, wineries, and more --- it's ranked as the worst state for retirement.