Facet Wealth, a Baltimore-based financial services technology firm targeting underserved households, said Wednesday it raised $100 million in funding.
An Anne Arundel Circuit Court judge ruled Wednesday against a temporary restraining order of the countywide mask mandate issued on Jan. 7 by the county health officer. This action keeps in place the requirement of face coverings in indoor county public areas and crowded outdoor public settings through Jan. 31.
There are more than enough Black candidates to fill all of these open head coaching jobs, columnist Mike Preston writes.
How does a business with no business claim hardship?
Baltimore administrators panned City Council President Nick Mosby’s proposal for a revival of the Dollar House program, suggesting on Tuesday that it duplicates existing city services and doesn’t offer enough financial support for homebuyers.
As in many states, at-home test results aren’t included in Maryland’s coronavirus dashboard, meaning plenty of cases could be going uncounted.
As Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby fights a federal indictment, observers say her husband and fellow officeholder, City Council President Nick Mosby, "walks a fine line."
- Yvette Mimieux, who found stardom in the early 1960s portraying delicate, fragile women in “The Time Machine,” “Where the Boys Are” and other films, has died.
Hard work is embedded in American culture. In fact, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the U.S. ranks 10th in the number of hours worked per country (Mexico, Costa Rica and Korea took the top three spots). On average, American workers spend 1,779 hours on the job each year, and WalletHub broke that down even further to find out where the hardest-working people live across the 50 states.
View visualizations of Maryland COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, deaths, testing, positivity rate and vaccinations.
Donald C. Fry, who has led the Greater Baltimore Committee for nearly two decades, said Wednesday he plans to retire June 1 from the private-sector business advocacy group.
The East Baltimore Historical Museum opens in April in three historic row houses, the culmination of nearly three decades of work to preserve the history of a neighborhood demolished in the late 20th century for an urban renewal project.
The Ilic brothers are 6-foot-10, 230-pound freshman power forwards who have helped Loyola Maryland enjoy its best start in the Patriot League since joining the conference for the 2013-14 season.
Maryland’s secretary of the environment pledged to increase staffing levels in parts of his department Tuesday following reports of issues with drinking water and poultry farm inspections.
Maryland’s state senators and delegates are moving forward with a new map for their districts for the next election, picking one favored by Democratic leaders and rejecting a proposal backed by Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.
Shirley Ann Hayes Hargrove, a retired Baltimore City guidance counselor who served at Frederick Douglass High School and was recalled for her optimistic personality, died of cancer Jan. 3 at her home in the Annen Woods section of Pikesville. She was 92.
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- Wounded man was dropped off at local hospital, according to Harford County Sheriff’s Office deputies.