A new state program would offer small, no-interest loans to federal employees during a government shutdown.
Shannon Sneed is running for the Democratic nomination for Baltimore City Council president in 2024.
Union workers who stock and sell Orioles merchandise at Camden Yards have been passing out leaflets during the first round of collective bargaining with Fanatics.
Baltimore will spend $5 million in American Rescue Plan Act money to help employees return to city government offices at least three days a week, starting early next year.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg presented grants to the Community College of Baltimore County and Prince George’s County Community College to help cover tuition in their commercial driver’s license programs.
Union workers at Mack Trucks went on strike Monday after voting down a five-year contract agreement that negotiators had reached with the company.
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore’s plan to create a service program for recent high school graduates is scheduled to start next month.
Michael A. Cortes III is Baltimore County’s first Latino police major. He was promoted at a ceremony with 40 sworn officers and eight professional staff who received new roles.
The Maryland Higher Education Commission is considering Stevenson University’s plans to offer a doctor of physical therapy degree, with two other universities in the state objecting to the proposal.
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore and Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott rallied with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) in South Baltimore Saturday morning on the last leg of a nationwide tour encouraging people to fill open positions in local government.
Kevin M. Anderson resigned from his position as chief of the Maryland Transportation Authority Police effective immediately, abruptly ending his brief tenure.
A developer who was at the center of a dispute over a Dundalk recreation center a decade ago and has a history of bankruptcy recently joined Baltimore County government to help oversee its COVID funding programs.
The Maryland Supreme Court has ruled that certain job protections apply on the basis of one's sex and gender identity, but not on the basis of sexual orientation.
Baltimore expects to be in the running to become a national tech hub similar to Silicon Valley or Boston as the city competes for a federal designation and billions of dollars in funding in an effort led by the Greater Baltimore Committee.
Martin O'Malley, President Joe Biden's pick to lead the Social Security Administration, is no stranger to the management of workers' retirement incomes.
Richard Worley, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott’s choice to be police commissioner, will attend a series of meetings with residents to build support for his nomination.
Advocates for employers and employees say the recreational marijuana law that took effect July 1 in Maryland fails to address cannabis in the workplace.
President Joe Biden will nominate former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley to head the Social Security Administration.
Baltimore’s director of emergency management, a 33-year veteran of the fire department, has been tapped by Mayor Brandon Scott to become the city’s next fire chief.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott caught much of the city by surprise by announcing the resignation of Michael Harrison, the top cop of four years, and his plans to nominate Richard Worley for the role on the same day.
Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown wants to hire more staff to widen his office's investigation into Catholic Church abuse.
Maryland will modify Chesapeake Bay cleanup efforts to focus on parts of the bay more likely to show improvement, such as the estuary's shallow waters.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott has formally nominated Richard Worley as the city’s next police commissioner.
If the Baltimore region doesn’t build more housing, the consequences could include surging rents and home prices, families living together and more people pushed into homelessness.
With the legalization of cannabis, Maryland ends an era of criminalization and condemnation of the substance.
Archbishop William Lori has added 42 names to the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore’s list of church employees credibly accused of sexual abuse.
The family of Francis X. Gallagher Jr., an investment banker and former Venable law partner, has sued the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The lawsuit alleges the abuse Gallagher suffered as a child at the hands of a Catholic priest led to his death.
Wednesday will mark five years since a gunman fired his way into the Annapolis newsroom of the Capital Gazette, fatally shooting Gerald Fischman, Rob Hiaasen, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith and Wendi Winters. To this day, scars visible and unseen remain for those who survived the shooting and family members of the fallen.
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore has promised to revive the Red Line, a light rail project in Baltimore canceled by his predecessor, Larry Hogan.
Eligible employees voted 60 to 5 Thursday to form one "wall to wall" union under the auspices of the American Federatin of State, County and Municipal Employees.