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Lorraine Mirabella

Writer

Lorraine Mirabella writes about retail, consumer affairs and workplace issues at the Baltimore Sun. She’s a contributor to the Consuming Interests blog. Since joining the Sun’s business staff in 1992, she also has covered residential and commercial real estate, energy, manufacturing and business trends. Lorraine grew up outside Washington in Silver Spring but came to the Baltimore area for college and, besides a brief reporting stint in Frederick, never left.

Recent Articles

  • Aldi hiring up to 150 at Baltimore area stores

    Aldi hiring up to 150 at Baltimore area stores

    Discount grocer Aldi plans to hire up to 150 people to support store growth in the Baltimore area, the company said Monday. The chain has store associate, shift manager and manager trainee positions available for stores in Baltimore, Towson, Bel Air, Dundalk and Catonsville. Shift managers earn...

  • McDonald's launches delivery service in Baltimore through UberEATS

    McDonald's launches delivery service in Baltimore through UberEATS

    McDelivery has come to Baltimore. McDonald's began Monday offering delivery service through UberEATS. The service was rolled out at 44 Baltimore-area McDonald's. Customers can place orders on the UberEATS mobile app or on UberEATS.com and can use their Uber ride accounts. They will be charged an...

  • Sears will close stores at Hunt Valley Towne Centre and in Hagerstown

    Sears will close stores at Hunt Valley Towne Centre and in Hagerstown

    Sears will shutter stores at Hunt Valley Towne Center in Baltimore County and in Hagerstown in a new round of closings announced Friday, part of cost cutting measures the struggling retailer is taking to shore up its business. The two Maryland locations are among 20 unprofitable stores where Sears...

  • Port of Baltimore ranks as fourth fastest-growing port in North America

    Port of Baltimore ranks as fourth fastest-growing port in North America

    The Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore handled nearly 10 percent more cargo last year than the previous year, making it the fourth fastest-growing port in North America, according to a recent study by the Journal of Commerce, an industry publication. In 2016, he port handled the equivalent of...

  • Live Casino hosts event to connect small firms to gambling industry

    Live Casino hosts event to connect small firms to gambling industry

    Live Casino & Hotel in Hanover teamed up with the American Gaming Association Thursday to promote business opportunities for small, minority-owned firms and highlight the industry's economic impact in Maryland. Association representatives are touring U.S. casinos to highlight gambling's impact...

  • Under Armour signs deal with top NBA prospect Josh Jackson

    Under Armour signs deal with top NBA prospect Josh Jackson

    Under Armour has signed top NBA draft prospect Josh Jackson to a multi-year partnership.  Jackson, who played for the University of Kansas for one season, is expected to be a top pick during tonight's NBA draft. "I am thrilled to officially be a part of team Under Armour as I start my professional...

  • ShopRite expands locally produced offerings

    ShopRite expands locally produced offerings

    ShopRite is expanding its locally grown offerings to include farm-raised beef, seafood, flowers, fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, honey and roasted coffees, the grocer said Tuesday. The retailer-owned cooperative, based in New Jersey, operates 10 Baltimore-area supermarkets. "More than...

  • Mouth Party Caramels will expand to Timonium

    Mouth Party Caramels will expand to Timonium

    Mouth Party LLC, a Baltimore-based maker, retailer and wholesaler of caramels, is moving to larger quarters in Timonium. The company signed a lease for about 8,000 square feet at 1946 Greenspring Drive, MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services said Tuesday. The space will house the company's headquarters,...

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