Lidl, the German discount grocer that's growing in Maryland, will begin hiring 200 people next month for its regional headquarters and distribution center in Perryville.
Brandon Scott, the new president of the Baltimore City Council, released a sweeping list of 26 priorities for the coming year, including more than half a dozen pieces of legislation and major changes to the way the city is run.
Maryland’s spending panel is slated to authorize paying out $369,000 to settle separate claims of mistreatment of three state employees at their workplaces.
North Baltimore residents and some tenants are concerned about the future of Belvedere Square, long considered a neighborhood gathering spot for shopping and dining, after several popular restaurants and stores have left and the owner put the center on the market. Business owners are hoping to see a new owner step in soon and leverage the strong community support for the center.
Nearly half the states and some 2,000 local governments have agreed to a tentative settlement with OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma over the toll of the nation's opioid crisis.
Baltimore's auditor said Wednesday that IT department performance data was lost when hackers locked city files in May — the first disclosure of data being destroyed in the attack.
Executive director of Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission to resign as industry continues to expand
Joy A. Strand, the executive director of Maryland's medical marijuana commission, has announced her resignation, effective Oct. 1.
The St. Frances football team is featured in one of Under Armour’s latest television ads alongside Carolina Panthers star quarterback Cam Newton.
Frank Johnson, the Baltimore IT director who led the city through its recovery from a crippling ransomware attack this summer, is on leave, the mayor's office said. His deputy, Todd Carter, is serving as acting director.
Richard M. "Dick" Sammis, the jocular Baltimore auto dealer who was known for his "Mr. Nobody" slogan, died Sept. 4.
Baltimore City Council to consider banning marijuana testing of candidates for many city government jobs
The chairwoman of Baltimore City Council’s labor committee wants to end testing candidates for many city jobs for marijuana use.
Search on for four missing crew members after Baltimore-bound cargo ship overturns off Georgia coast
Rescuers were searching Sunday for four crew members of a Baltimore-bound cargo ship that overturned and caught fire near a port on the Georgia coast.
Richard L. Hall, a career McCormick & Co. chemist and expert in flavorings, extracts and food safety, dies
Richard L. Hall, a career McCormick & Co. chemist and executive vice president, has died at age 96.
The parent of BayVanguard Bank has agreed to acquire the parent of Madison Bank of Maryland, combing the Baltimore-based BayVanguard with the smaller Harford County-based financial institution.
Maryland trade groups representing the retail and restaurant industries have joined a national push to expand hiring of former inmates.
After losing a contract, Omniplex World Services, a firm that provides background investigation services to the federal government, said it must terminate 344 people at its Hanover office by May so they can apply for work with the new contractor, a spokeswoman said.
New England Motor Freight, a trucking firm that is liquidating its operations, closed three facilities in Maryland last month — in Baltimore, Hagerstown and Northeast — and laid off 233 workers statewide.
Maryland labor and health officials are planning to award grant money to local organizations to develop programs that help people recovering from opioid use disorders prepare to work, get jobs and keep the positions.