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  • Postal workers protest layoffs, closures in Md., across U.S.

    Postal workers protest layoffs, closures in Md., across U.S.
    With rain coming down Tuesday afternoon, Rep. Elijah E. Cummings picked up a bullhorn and looked toward more than 100 people protesting proposed U.S. Postal Service cutbacks in Catonsville. "I refuse to take you for granted," he told the cheering crowd,...
  • Lockheed Martin to lay off 35 at Md. military facilities

    Lockheed Martin Corp. is warning state regulators that it will lay off 35 employees based at five Maryland military facilities because a contract to provide services at those locations is not being renewed. The Bethesda-based defense contractor told...
  • Layoffs, furloughs on table in Balto. Co. amid buyout talk

    Even as the Baltimore County Council weighs an employee buyout plan that could chop millions from next year's budget, officials are leaving open the possibility of layoffs and furloughs. Council members discussed the early retirement proposal at a...
  • What the Exelon-Constellation deal means

    For ratepayers: Constellation and Exelon have put together a package that they say will benefit BGE consumers, including: A $100 one-time credit on each BGE residential customer's bill. $5 million for a state program that aids low-income customers....
  • Solo Cup to begin corporate layoffs at Owings Mills in June

    Solo Cup Co. will begin laying off some Owings Mills-based corporate workers June 30 as it prepares to shut the Baltimore County manufacturing plant at the end of September, sooner than the company had anticipated, a company spokeswoman said Tuesday. The...
  • Exelon: Baltimore will see 'most impactful' job cuts in Constellation merger

    The Baltimore headquarters of Constellation Energy Group, which agreed to sell itself to Chicago-based Exelon Corp., will see the "most impactful" job cuts related to the $7.9 billion deal, according to a top Exelon executive. In a meeting with Exelon...
  • Superfresh closings could spell up to 1,500 layoffs

    Superfresh closings could spell up to 1,500 layoffs
    Nearly 1,500 workers are in danger of losing their jobs under a reorganization plan by the Superfresh supermarket chain that would sell almost all its stores in Maryland, most of which are in the Baltimore area. The workers will lose their jobs unless...
  • General Dynamics warns of Aberdeen closure, layoffs

    Defense contractor General Dynamics Corp. is warning state regulators that it will close an Aberdeen office over the summer and lay off 52 employees. The state Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation said it was notified by the company that the...
  • How to rebuild finances after losing a job and finding another

    How to rebuild finances after losing a job and finding another
    Ever so slowly, the unemployed are getting hired. And if you're one of them, the next task will be to get your finances back on track. The latest government figures show that the median length of unemployment is 51/2 months — enough time without...
  • Constellation job cuts

    Regarding Hanah Cho's daily brief "Exelon: Baltimore will see 'most impactful' job cuts in Constellation merger" (Aug. 16), I'm a mother of two young children and a student at Coppin State University who has been unemployed and looking for work for six...
  • Lockheed Martin to lay off 95 in Greenbelt

    Defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. said Wednesday that it will lay off up to 95 employees in Greenbelt when a government contract expires in September. The employees affected are working on a multi-year contract with the National Archives and...
  • PSC should be skeptical of Constellation-Exelon merger

    PSC should be skeptical of Constellation-Exelon merger
    If you drove around many Baltimore neighborhoods during the recent heat wave, you saw the people out on their porches. It's not because we have no air conditioning. It's because we can't afford to turn it on. All across Baltimore, crippling energy...