While many Americans may not be concerned with how their DirecTV or XM satellite radio makes it to their home or car, this is the daily burden of engineers and technicians at Saft, a company in Cockeysville that develops some of the nation's most high-tech batteries for use in communications satellites, weather balloons, rocket ships, military Humvees and tanks and even Formula One race cars
When she's winging it, Beverly Bleything finds herself in the limelight. The South Laurel resident, a flight attendant for Southwest Airlines, is a magnet for commentary from curious passengers whose safety, first and foremost, she is there to emphasize and re-emphasize.
Two weeks after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished, as the search zone narrowed to the western Indian Ocean, the U.S. Navy turned to a contractor in Prince George's County — one of few organizations in the world capable of assisting.
St. John Properties, Inc. has selected Charm City Concierge to support the approximately 45 companies situated within The Government and Technology Enterprise (The GATE) project, with a full complement of business and personal concierge services.
Audrey Stone, 36, doesn't hesitate when asked how long current contract negotiations will last between Southwest Airlines and the flight attendants union she leads. "As long as it takes," she says on a recent morning in a small cafe in Baltimore — a city she has called home since 2004.
With the unveiling this week of blueprints for a $156 million international terminal at Houston's Hobby International Airport, Southwest signaled its commitment to go beyond its domestic low-cost image and get into the global game. Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the third-busiest for Southwest and top performer on the East Coast, is ready to be part of that commitment.
Bethesda-based Lockheed Martin and its partners bring an F-35 "cockpit demonstrator" to the Baltimore area to show elected officials and the media what the fighter jet can do — a counter to years of stories and Congressional hearings about delays, technical problems and massive cost overruns.
If you're not quite ready to head indoors for the fall, the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company has just the show for you. Think of it as a way to partake of an early offering in the new theater season in Howard County while watching that show under the stars.
Manufacturers such as AAI and Lockheed Martin, research at Johns Hopkins, the University of Maryland and other institutions, and testing and development at Aberdeen Proving Ground and Patuxent River have combined to make Maryland a center of the burgeoning drone industry.
The Bay Bridge is the largest potential bottleneck for the Memorial Day weekend, with more than 1.8 million motorists expected to swarm Maryland toll facilities from Friday to Monday as part of the unofficial start of summer.
Harford County Public Schools is "very pleased and very proud" that Aberdeen and Havre de Grace high schools are the first schools in the county to be involved in the National Math and Science Initiative's grant program for military families, school officials said Monday.
St. John Properties, Inc. has initiated construction on 6190 Guardian Gateway, a new three-story, 75,000 square foot Class "A" office building located within The Government and Technology Enterprise project, a 416-acre business community located inside Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Lloyd Pearson, a veteran Baltimore Sun photographer whose iconic image of Mayflower Moving Co. vans rolling the Baltimore Colts out of town in a midnight snowstorm earned him lasting fame, died New Year's Day from complications of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 90.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
The announcement this week that Chicago-based Exelon Corp. has struck a deal to take over Constellation came as something of a psychic blow. If the $7.9 billion deal is approved, and the parent of local utility BGE is absorbed , then Baltimore will lose its sole remaining Fortune 500 headquarters.