As auto workers prepare to vote on a proposed deal that could end a 33-day strike against General Motors, local union officials have been told the automaker’s last plant in Maryland, a White Marsh transmission and electric motor factory, will remain closed.
In many cases, the department relied on information provided by the companies or on infrequent reviews by its internal audits office — steps that were “insufficient to ensure compliance" with program regulations, state auditors found.
Maryland spent more than $20,000 to mail about 22,000 letters to Hatem Bridge drivers in the past 30 days, warning them that they had been caught speeding on the bridge — and that their E-ZPass accounts could be suspended for two months if they received another violation in the next six months.That isn’t true.
Two Baltimore Sun editorial board members have been promoted to new leadership positions in the newspaper’s opinion pages, publisher and editor-in-chief Trif Alatzas announced in an email to newsroom staffers Tuesday.
Board members at the University of Maryland Medical System have filed financial disclosures with state regulators for the first time since news of deals between the system and a third of its directors rocked the hospital network, dismantled its leadership team and helped take down Baltimore’s mayor last spring.
Under Armour’s disclosure of a federal accounting probe may have left some wondering not only about the future of the struggling brand but about the future of the massive South Baltimore development backed by Under Armour’s founder, Kevin Plank.