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Art Shapiro was motoring south on Eutaw in his maintenance truck when the call came across his radio: Head to Lombard and Light streets, where a water leak needed attention. Baltimore's chief of utilities maintenance figured the call, around rush hour...
Tags: Labor Legislation, Patapsco, Inner Harbor
The hulking old tanks, left to rust when Soviet forces pulled out of Afghanistan in 1989, still packed a threat when Albert Whittington arrived. Whittington, an ordnance and explosives specialist with the Baltimore district of the Army Corps of...
A 45-year-old man doing contract work clearing trees after superstorm Sandy in a residential community in Annapolis was killed by a falling tree on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Anne Arundel County Fire Department. The death is the second...
Improved technology is changing the spy game, merging once-disparate roles in the intelligence field and favoring an increased download of traditional spy roles to the private sector. This week, Canada's Postmedia News cited a speech by Richard Fadden,...
As soon as a natural disaster strikes, so do scammers who promise to repair damages but only make off with your money. The Maryland Insurance Administration quickly issued these tips on choosing a contractor and insurance claim adjuster: Get at least...
Not all occupation licensing laws on the books in Annapolis actually protect Maryland consumers from harm. It's pretty clear that many of these laws misuse state sanctions to protect existing businesses from unwanted competition. Now a new study by the...
The University of Maryland, College Park will use a $1.1 million grant from defense contractor Northrop Grumman Corp. to establish a new honors concentration in cybersecurity, school officials announced Monday. With the program, which will accept its...
He's led the Columbia-based company through two recessions and overseen its growth into a nationally known developer with $5 billion in assets and a specialty in high-security buildings for defense agency and defense contractor tenants. In March, Randall...
City officials have granted a second six-month extension to the developers behind West Baltimore's $150 million Superblock project. City officials signed a letter last week extending the deadline on a land disposition agreement with the developers...
About a year ago, Matt Venditto hired a builder to construct a house in Westminster. It wasn't long before buyer's remorse set in. In early June, Venditto purchased a lot from Green Builders Inc., which was expected to finish the four-bedroom house...
Annapolis residents and some city officials are voicing concerns about a proposal by Mayor Joshua J. Cohen to reduce trash collection to once a week and cut the size of the city's sanitation workforce as part of his $95.4 million budget proposal. Under...
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