Jie "Jack" Zhao, a member of Gov. Larry Hogan's Asian Pacific relations advisory board, has resigned amid a scandal where he paid well over market price for a house owned by a fencing coach at Harvard before his son was accepted to attend the Massachusetts college.
Over the past few months, there are have been numerous articles reporting that millennials are among the groups most interested in cryptocurrency. According to a Feb 2019 survey from investment platform eToro, "43% of millennial respondents said they trusted cryptocurrency exchanges more than U.S. stock exchanges." (There were 1,000 total respondents in the survey, ranging from the ages of 20-65). When so many others are predicting doom for crypto, why are millennials bucking the trend and seeing a bright future for digital currency? Is it the excitement of the "Wild West" un-regulated nature of the digital currency financial markets that ...
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Cornel West, Harvard professor, recording artist and actor in "The Matrix" movie trilogy, is coming to Westminster Friday to deliver the biannual Ira G. Zepp, Jr., Memorial Lecture at McDaniel College.
Jack I. Stone, a retired economist who worked on the Marshall Plan in Berlin to rebuild Europe after World War II, died of cardiovascular disease complications Nov. 1 at Assisted Living Well in Millersville. He was 98.
Charles H. Houston Jr., a retired Morgan State University lecturer of American history who kept the legacy of his father's contribution to the civil rights movement alive, died July 15 from Parkinson's disease at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Pigtown resident was 74.
Dr. William B. Allen, a retired Michigan State professor and dean who lives in Havre de Grace lead a group of 45 teachers on a week-long tour of key sites in the civil rights movement in Atlanta, Alabama, Memphis and Little Rock, Ark.
An independent audit has found that a program to curb health spending in Maryland has saved hundreds of million of dollars in its first three years, but another study found no direct link between the program and any cost savings or reduced hospital use by patients in its pilot years.
Harvey R. Clapp III, a larger than life figure who combined careers in the law, restaurants, natural gas and investing, died March 27 from prostate cancer at his home on Farview Road in the Woodbrook neighborhood of Baltimore County. He was 79.
The American Keg Company in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, is the only manufacturer of stainless steel kegs in the United States, and is laying off a third of its workforce because of rising domestic steel prices following President Trump's tariffs on imported steel.
From his birthplace in the Eastern Shore to Baltimore and Washington, where he spent his last years, here’s a list of lectures, performances, exhibits and discussions happening throughout the region to celebrate Douglass’ legacy on his 200th birthday.
In the U.S., 6 billion hours will be spent between now and April 15 by citizens paying taxes. The average family spends roughly $260 each year for the privilege of filing a tax return. Yes, we spend money for the right to pay taxes to the government. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Yes, America’s got talent—but not enough of it. It needs to import it. A merit-based immigration system for a merit-based society will enhance our economic security and significantly boost our competitiveness. The president is right on the money with this part of his immigration.
David G. Mock, a retired First National Bank executive who was an active Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church on Park Avenue member, died Saturday from heart failure at Sinai Hospital. The Poplar Hill resident was 92.
The recent backlash over private high school students posting racially charged Halloween photos reinforces the need for teens to understand that it’s not just their friends who may view their digital images, but the entire Internet which includes colleges, employers and media outlets.
Backed by a $100,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, a group of university researchers led by University of Maryland is working with city leaders, neighborhood groups and other stakeholders to devise a plan to turn Baltimore into a “smart city.”