Enterprise Holdings, headquartered in St. Louis, plans to raze the old Gino's restaurant to construct a 1,600-square foot car rental agency on the property at 619 York Road, according to Ned Maniscalco, an Enterprise spokesman. The new building is expected to open in February.
The members of Harford Community College's Board of Trustees voted 5-0 Tuesday evening in favor of a $48.1 million operating budget and a $2.1 million capital budget and capital improvement plan for the 2014-2015 fiscal year.
The members of the Harford County Board of Education voted 7-2 Monday night in favor of a $426.9 million unrestricted operating budget for the 2015 fiscal year that includes no position cuts, but it also contains no funds for teacher salary steps, and it reinstates the controversial $50 "pay-to-play" fee to participate in interscholastic sports.
The Annapolis-based Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund will move its headquarters to Baltimore's Locust Point neighborhood next fall, bringing its 240-person workforce to the expanding McHenry Row mixed-use project, the company announced Monday.
Larry Hogan isn't pledging to turn deep blue Maryland red if he's elected governor. He doesn't even hold out a lot of hope for purple. He just thinks that if he can win the Republican primary, he can beat the Democratic nominee and fundamentally change the way the state does business.
Anne Arundel Community College student Ethan Dietrich plans to make his idea for a technology company a reality through his energy, adaptability and passion ¿ and a little help from mentors and investors at the TechStars Patriot Boot Camp at Goldman Sachs in New York.
Since legalized gambling began in Maryland, tens of billions of dollars have been wagered in the state's casinos — spinning off funds for schools, the horse racing industry and local programs that have financed everything from paving and police to iPads and small business loans.
Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc., likely a few weeks away from finalizing a $1.8 billion deal to be acquired by Men's Wearhouse, posted a $37.1 million first quarter loss stemming from merger-related expenses.
The Anne Arundel County Council approved the county's budget on Friday, a plan that includes a small property tax break and pays for teacher raises, more police officers and more grants to nonprofit groups.
Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler repeatedly ripped into the record of Gov. Martin O'Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown as the three Democratic candidates for governor held their third and final debate Thursday on a Baltimore radio station.
Harford County's superintendent of schools presented a revised $426.9 million budget for next school year Wednesday night that would cancel pay raises negotiated with teachers and other employees but would also avoid any job cuts.
The poor state of our nation's infrastructure is shocking. Driving on Maryland roads in need of repair costs the state nearly $1.6 billion a year in operating costs and vehicle repairs; that's $422 per motorist. Congress should not only boost the Highway Trust Fund, but also take steps to incentivize public-private partnerships in infrastructure investment.