Online sports betting, a growing sector of Maryland's gambling industry, doesn't contribute to the state's Problem Gambling Fund.
Maryland's unemployment rate of 1.6% in September, the lowest in history for any state, challenges the region's potential for growth.
More than 300,000 Accords and HR-Vs are potentially affected.
The Locust Point Community Garden has to vacate its South Baltimore plot, as Under Armour has decided to sell the property.
Black Friday shopping has largely lost its urgency and significance, but that didn’t stop Baltimore-area consumers from heading to stores early the day after Thanksgiving in search of bargains.
To help people shop small more intentionally, Next Insurance compiled simple tips you can take to support small businesses this holiday season.
Once your home is built, you don’t want water coming through your roof, your siding or your windows — or overtopping your foundation or slab.
Is there any way we can minimize the taxes I’ll have to pay on the sale of the house I inherited?
If you’re just catching up on the OpenAI saga and what’s at stake for the artificial intelligence space as a whole, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a rundown of what you need to know.
Retail executives are growing concerned with a spending slowdown that could temper sales on the day after Thanksgiving as well as throughout the holidays.
The ousted leader of ChatGPT maker OpenAI is returning to the company that fired him just days ago, culminating a short but chaotic power struggle that shocked the tech industry and underscored the conflicts around how to safely build artificial intelligence.
Teacher’s Association of Baltimore County President Cindy Sexton said Nov. 28 is the final scheduled meeting between union and Baltimore County Public School District bargaining teams.
Car safety has increased significantly over the past six decades due to technological advances. In addition to seat belts and airbags, innovations like crash testing, brake lights, anti-lock brake systems, and even front headrests have brought down the number of car-related fatalities per 100 million miles traveled by a staggering 78% since 1960.
For the first time after shutting down in 2017, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus is coming to Baltimore — but there will be no big cats or elephants.
Stuart Berney, a descendant of the founders of the old Hamburgers men’s store in Baltimore, where he also worked, died Oct. 2 at his Stuart, Florida, home.
With the iPhone Mini discontinued, how much larger can smartphones get? Stacker visualized their growth over the years.
Baltimore restaurants are incorporating food from cultures around the world into their Thanksgiving offerings.
Country singers, romance novelists, video game artists and voice actors are appealing to the U.S. government for immediate relief from the threat that artificial intelligence poses to their livelihoods.
The United Auto Workers union has overwhelmingly ratified a new contract with Ford and Stellantis, a pact that, along with similar deals with General Motors, will raise pay across the industry.
The federal government is delaying a new rule that could make it easier for millions of workers to unionize after business groups sued.
The recall covers certain 2018 and 2019 Honda Pilot SUVs and Odyssey minivans, and some 2017 and 2019 Ridgeline pickup trucks.
Members of the United Auto Workers union were close to approving contract agreements with Stellantis and Ford on Friday with voting at both companies overwhelmingly in favor.
Rocket Lab USA, a California-based maker of space satellite launch vehicles, plans to open a production plant in a former Lockheed Martin facility in Middle River and hire up to 65 people in the next two years.
The company behind a planned wind farm off Ocean City says that because of financial considerations, it would have to reconfigure the project if it's going to go forward.
Drain pipes of all sizes in your home can clog for many reasons.
Maryland's thoroughbred horse racing industry faces challenges with revenue shortfalls, decaying tracks and conflicting interests among stakeholders.
Alexander B. “Sandy’ Martin, a salesman who set state, regional and national squash records, died Saturday at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The longtime Owings Mills resident was 77.
Sparrows Point Steel won a $47 million grant from the U.S. Maritime Administration for its offshore wind logistics and manufacturing hub.
Want to buy a car on Amazon? Well, now you might get your chance.
Plans to transform downtown Baltimore’s iconic yet faded Harborplace into a mixed-use project met with criticism Thursday from a city panel that asked the developer to step back from a fully formed proposal and analyze alternatives for the high-profile site.