Dorothy L. Ruyak, a retired Goucher College counselor and former co-president of the Baltimore County League of Women Voters, died of Parkinson's disease complications Aug. 21 at Oak Crest Village. The Parkville resident was 82.
Tech savvy millennials may be used to buying almost anything online, but they still do most of their shopping in stores, especially those that keep their offerings fresh and make the experience social, according to research from the Urban Land Institute.
CVS Pharmacy has agreed to pay $250,000 as part of a settlement resolving allegations that it left products on shelves after they passed their sell-by dates and tossed customer records into open dumpsters, the Maryland attorney general's office said Wednesday.
A presidential plan to make colleges more affordable by assigning them value ratings tied to federal financial aid garnered mixed reactions in Maryland Thursday as officials tried to determine what it might mean for their institutions.
Aetna Inc. canceled plans to sell insurance on Maryland's health insurance exchange as the insurer weighs participation in such marketplaces, set to open nationwide Oct. 1 as part of federal health care reform.
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. asked Friday for a monthly surcharge on gas customers to cover part of the cost of replacing old pipes, a request that comes in addition to the rate increase and electric surcharge it is seeking.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday threw out a petition by political consultant Julius Henson that challenged a lower court's $1 million judgment against him for an illegal Election Day robocall.
Maryland Insurance Commissioner Therese M. Goldsmith Friday released approved premium increases for nine insurance companies who applied to sell plans to individuals through a state exchange, called Maryland Health Connection, established under health reform.
Baltimore residents with only a high school degree and a blue collar job often pay more for auto insurance than white collar professionals with a college diploma, according to a survey released Monday by the Consumer Federation of America.
Union Memorial Hospital's nationally known Curtis National Hand Center sees several cases a year of people, mostly teenage boys, having fireworks go off in their hands. Doctors know to be on call on the Fourth.