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  • Mo's Seafood settles workers' claim they were underpaid

    Mo's Seafood settles workers' claim they were underpaid

    A company that operates Mo’s Seafood restaurants has agreed to pay $1 million to settle a claim by 34 former workers that the restaurant chain underpaid them. The seafood company did not admit to liability under the terms of the settlement of the suit, first filed in 2015 in U.S. District Court...

  • Maryland E-ZPass forgiving late penalties during website, phone outage

    Maryland E-ZPass forgiving late penalties during website, phone outage

    Drivers who use the E-ZPass lane still must pay their tolls, but the Maryland Transportation Authority will not issue late penalties to those unable to pay them between last Friday and this Wednesday because of an ongoing outage to the program's website and phones. Notices of tolls due are mailed...

  • HomeGoods will open in former Hunt Valley Sears

    HomeGoods will open in former Hunt Valley Sears

    Discount home decor store HomeGoods is moving into part of a former Sears department store in Hunt Valley. HomeGoods will open a nearly 22,000-square-foot store Sunday within the former Sears space at Hunt Valley Towne Center, at Shawan and York roads. Sears Holdings Corp., parent of the struggling...

  • Stanley Black & Decker among largest creditors in Sears bankruptcy

    Stanley Black & Decker among largest creditors in Sears bankruptcy

    Stanley Black & Decker, which runs a growing headquarters in Towson for its power tools and storage divisions, is among the largest creditors in Sears Holdings Corp.’s bankruptcy, filed Monday. Connecticut-based Stanley, which bought Sears’ iconic Craftsman tool brand last year, is owed $5.9 million,...

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  • Democrats eyeing 2020 run are building ties to power brokers in key states

    Democrats eyeing 2020 run are building ties to power brokers in key states

    Before he cut the $100,000 checks, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti brought the Democratic Party chairmen from Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada backstage to meet late night television host Jimmy Kimmel and superstar hip-hop producer DJ Khaled. Garcetti may not be the best-known 2020...

  • Jeff Sessions attacks judges who rule against Trump administration

    Jeff Sessions attacks judges who rule against Trump administration

    As the Supreme Court considered whether Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross must answer questions in a court case about why he decided to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday publicly attacked the judge who ordered Ross to be deposed, calling his actions...

  • Democrats in competitive races see infusion of cash in final stretch of midterms

    Democrats in competitive races see infusion of cash in final stretch of midterms

    Democratic candidates in some of the most heated Senate and House contests saw a surge of hard money donations to their campaigns in the final stretch of the midterm election - a sign of heightened energy on the left eager to boost candidates over the finish line in their hopes of regaining the...

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