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Dock workers and the management of 15 East Coast and Gulf ports reached a tentative agreement on a new master contract late Friday night, averting a threatened walkout on Wednesday. The six-year deal between the International Longshoremen's Association,...
Port of Baltimore officials say they "are preparing for the worst," in the event of a longshoremen's strike at one minute past midnight Dec. 30. But that would be nothing, they say, compared with a management decision to lock out workers at the...
A weekend strike by dockworkers from Maine to Texas was averted Friday after union and management negotiators settled a major sticking point and extended the contract deadline until Feb. 6 to hammer out the rest of a long-term deal. The announcement came...
On any summer weekend, thousands of outdoors enthusiasts are drawn to the cooling waters and shaded shores of Big Gunpowder Falls. Some of them are after nothing more than a leisurely float down the river. Tubing has long been a hot-weather institution...
Tags: Energy Resources, Trout, Equestrian, Elections, Fishing
Here's our round-up of the week's most notable concerts. For more shows, check out FindLocal. Ticket prices do not reflect any additional surcharges and taxes. On Monday, the wonderfully named I Set My Friends on Fire plays Sonar ($11/$13). On Tuesday,...
Joi and Marshall James, Baltimore: My husband and I are very excited about Anthony McCarthy running for office. We were big fans of his program at WYPR and have followed his career for many years. I read in your paper that he is running against the...
Sun StaffState officials promised a new era of cooperation in announcing the appointment yesterday of F. Brooks Royster III as director of the port of Baltimore, but the longtime maritime industry executive comes into the job mindful of the messy public spat...
Sun StaffExxonMobil Corp. abruptly closed its service station in Fallston yesterday under mounting pressure from residents, who blame seepage from the station for the contamination of their drinking water. ExxonMobil said the move was a "business decision"...
In the next few years, South Dakota’s state treasury is expected to start receiving a large annual windfall of cash that belongs to people who don’t live here. If experience holds true, much of this money, known as unclaimed property,...
The only fight fiercer than big hospital groups battling each other for business in South Dakota might be when somebody wants a change in state law to make it easier to take some of their patients. The two big Sioux Falls health care organizations,...
Legislators publicly unveiled most of the details this morning of a comprehensive approach for economic development incentives for big business projects that wouldn’t otherwise come to South Dakota and for community , school, housing and highway...
Although some skeptics remain wary, Mary Tapia, of Mount Prospect, is convinced there are benefits to the "Paleo Diet," which promotes unprocessed foods that were the diet of hunter-gatherers during the Paleolithic era — primarily meats, fish,...
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