Brian Conner hasn't attended the Baltimore Boat Show as a dealer since the Great Recession hobbled the industry, but he's back now, sensing opportunity in a recovering economy and a niche he might fill in the Chesapeake Bay: pontoon boats.
Lawyers who launched a fair-lending case in Baltimore against Wells Fargo that ended with a $175 million settlement three years ago had an effective weapon: a federal legal standard recognizing discrimination by effect as well as intent.
The folks building National Harbor on the Potomac River figure it's a fine place to shop, work, eat out, gamble, stay a few nights, ride a Ferris wheel, and — manufacture cars.
As part of a research team studying galaxies, two University of Maryland scientists recently helped find a wild one.
To satisfy a growing consumer hunger for roast beef, corned beef, pastrami and other deli products, Saval Foods Corp. plans to expand its plant in Baltimore, a move that will double production capacity and mean more jobs, the president and CEO said Tuesday.
Before the Cuban Revolution, Maryland's relationship with the Caribbean island was lots of sugar and spice.
The small office/warehouse of Natural Product Solutions in Timonium hardly suggests the national reach of the dietary supplement company, or the bigger things to come in 2015: agreements that could double its range, and a new spokeswoman who is a national brand name in advice on sex and...
Morris "Piggy" Turner Street Jr., who served nearly 20 years as chief pretrial services officer of the U.S. District Court of Maryland, died Dec. 16 at Sinai Hospital of chronic lung disease and congestive heart failure. The Randallstown resident was 73 years old.