Northrop Grumman Corp would receive millions over the next five years in an incentive pushed by the Hogan administration, on top of $20 million lawmakers already intend to award the defense contractor for staying in Maryland.
A Baltimore County councilman is proposing a moratorium on new housing in part of Perry Hall until the county pays for a number of projects, including building an elementary school and designating land for a new high school.
The executive director of the Maryland Council on Economic Education talks about the nonprofit organization's programs to teach financial literacy to students, and offers some household financial advice of her own
When I testified in Annapolis to support the proposed Angel Investor Tax Credit, my panel was asked a not wholly unexpected question: Why should a bunch of investors get a tax credit when they voluntarily back high-risk companies with the hope of receiving tremendous profits? The operative word is "hope." Startup failure hovers around 80 to 85 percent. As a board member of the Baltimore Angels, when my colleagues and I recruit people to join and ask them to put their money behind local startups,
Despite the dire warnings sounded about the financial health of Havre de Grace's water and sewer funds in recent years, Mayor Wayne Dougherty told members of the City Council Monday that he expects enough money to come in from capital cost recovery fees during the next 20 years to cover tens of millions of dollars in projected debt and infrastructure costs and potentially lower the recovery fee.
Old Town Laurel column provides a look back at shop owners financial practices in the town before credit cards. The columnist highlights Charlie Donaldson who ran a grocery store on Montgomery Street. Charlie Donaldson died Feb. 16, 2015.
By Jeff Dudley and OldTownLaurelColumn@yahoo.com 301-725-0377
Havre de Grace's water and sewer fund remains in financial trouble as city officials and Water and Sewer Commission members look for ways to raise enough revenue to operate the municipal utilities and pay down a $27 million debt incurred to expand the wastewater treatment plant.
A Baltimore woman who conspired with her husband to use fraudulently obtained credit card numbers to make more than $100,000 in purchases was given less than six months to make significant restitution payments or she faces 60 days in jail.
Developer David Tufaro, of Roland Park, is redeveloping an old mill on the Jones Falls in Hampden as a multi-use housing, retail and office center, a Belvedere Square-style market, and a 150-seat restaurant in the old boiler room.