At Carroll County Food Sunday, peanut butter fell off the list of staples. At the Anne Arundel County Food Bank, cash donations are down – as the sour economy hits the area's food banks just when the struggle to feed more people
Radiation Oncologist Mohan Suntha was named Thursday as the president of the newly created University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center, officials announced as the merger of the two entities is finalized.
Gilman School fifth-graders participate in "JA BizTown," a miniature city created by Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, created to teach 7,000 area middle-schoolers about business and free enterprise system. This city has little stores, a bank, a post office, a newspaper and radio station, street signs and more. Students "work" in the businesses.
Greater Homewood Community Corp. held its annual dinner and awards ceremony, "Roll Up Your Sleeves!"at Loyola University Maryland Nov. 9 to honor volunteers. Volunteer of the Year went to attorney Sharon Guida, longtime chair of the Charles Village Civic Association's land use and public safety committees.
Randy Bernard is out as CEO of the IndyCar series after a special meeting of the board of directors of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation on Sunday, radio station WIBC in Indianapolis reported.
After a two-year process, Upper Chesapeake Health and the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center have teamed up for the new $60 million cancer center due to open next fall on the campus of Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air.
Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute recently announced the prize money for the person, group or institution that can find a cure for blindness — or do the most to advance a cure for one of the many diseases that causes loss of sight — in the next eight years.
The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults said Wednesday it would continue to work with Lance Armstrong's Livestrong, even as Lance Armstrong stepped down from his role as chairman following his doping scandal.
Harford County Executive David R. Craig, accompanied by James Richardson, director of the Office of Economic Development and members of his team, took time to recognize more than a dozen businesses during Business Appreciation Week, Sept. 17 – 21.
The CEO pay disclosed this year by the 20 largest publicly traded companies in the Baltimore region offers plenty of fodder — as it does every year — to steam the ranks of workers with paychecks that barely budge.
Sourcefire Inc., a Columbia-based provider of cybersecurity technology to government and commercial clients, said its CEO retired earlier this week after taking a medical leave to be treated for colon cancer.
The Bowling Green cheese business — now beginning its third year — is the first farm venture to benefit from a new Howard County grant program meant to help farmers establish and expand agricultural businesses
Dan Schrider laughs heartily when he thinks back on it now. The morning he was to take the SAT, the then-Atholton High School student overslept. A student who, as he put it, was as focused on fun as he was on schoolwork, he didn't bother with an attempt at rescheduling the college entrance exam.
Paul Derstine, retired executive director of a New Windsor-based nonprofit global health company and former interim head of Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, has been named interim director of Baltimore Clayworks.
Paul Derstine, a retired executive and former interim head of Meals on Wheels, is the new interim director of Baltimore Clayworks. The 32-year-old studio in Mount Washington has been in turmoil since Benjamin Schulman resigned under pressure. Deborah Bedwell, who co-founded Clayworks, has been running it this summer.
Baltimore City schools, despite tightening budgets and a perpetual rallying cry for more funding, administrators spent roughly $500,000 over the last year and half on expenses such as a $7,300 office retreat at a downtown hotel.
Baltimore police officers have shot 10 people this year, but only one was carrying a firearm, raising questions about whether police have proper training to handle calls involving people suffering from mental illness.
With the Grand Prix of Baltimore a little more than one month away, the race's promoter and owner of three cars competing in the IndyCar Series this year, Michael Andretti talked about the upcoming event through the streets of the city.
Howard County Superintendent Renee Foose Thursday named Elizabeth Grace Chesney as the schools' new chief accountability officer. Foose has twice previously worked with Chesney, in Montgomery and Baltimore counties.
After months of planning, a group led by gambling giant Caesars Entertainment is expected to get the green light today to build a 3,750 slot-machine casino ringed with restaurants a few blocks from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.
The former chief executive of Severna Park-based Wings to Go pleaded guilty Monday to wire fraud for embezzling more than $885,000 from the franchise company to pay prostitutes in Maryland and three Texas women for telephone sex.
The federal judge in Tribune Co.'s long-running bankruptcy case said in a memorandum Friday that he would approve a reorganization plan proposed by the company and its largest creditors, overruling objections brought by numerous parties.
Bruce P. Wilson, former president of Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust Co., who earlier had been president of the old Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad, died July 5 from complications of a stroke at Nubbin Ridge, his Green Spring Valley home, where he had lived for more than 50 years. He was 92.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun