Public health groups and Johns Hopkins University students are waging a campaign to ensure that a potentially groundbreaking tuberculosis drug developed by Johns Hopkins becomes available to patients in poor nations where the disease is most pervasive.
Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed two business executives as the newest members of the Maryland Port Commission, which is charged with keeping Baltimore's port competitive within international maritime trade, officials said Wednesday.
A Baltimore County circuit judge reversed a jury verdict that awarded $1.8 million in damages to a White Hall farmer embroiled in a long-simmering land lease dispute with the CEO of Hunt Valley-based Sinclair Broadcast Group.
ExpressCare Urgent Care Centers will start construction Wednesday on its first Baltimore location in the city's Pimlico neighborhood.
Maryland residents plan to get away for Labor Day in about the same numbers as last year, even with gas prices nearly $1 per gallon cheaper than in late August 2014, AAA Travel said Monday.
A record amount of cargo moved through the Baltimore port's public marine terminals during the last fiscal year, port officials announced Monday.
Bonnie McCurry just wants to relax after work. The 24-year-old tech designer at Under Armour might pick up groceries on her way to her Federal Hill home but then can avoid another stop for beer or wine by ordering on her iPhone using the Drizly app, which promises delivery within an hour.
Under Armour shareholders on Wednesday approved an unusual two-for-one stock split that will create a new class of stock without voting rights and give owners of each existing share of common stock one new share of the new class.