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.
Gov. Larry Hogan is proposing $20 million in funding for defense and aerospace giant Northrop Grumman, designed to retain the company's newly created Mission Systems divisional headquarters in Linthicum and 10,000 jobs in Maryland.
As today's computer-powered vehicles become increasingly connected to drivers and their lives and capable of transmitting data to the outside world, civil liberties organizations and driver advocacy groups have begun raising concerns with regulators, legislators and industry leaders.
The Baltimore Board of Estimates on Wednesday approved a nearly $12 million contract for construction and repair work to replace a block of East 26th Street that collapsed amid heavy rains in Charles Village in April.
Pennsylvania-based Rettew Motor Sports will present a Monster Truck Show at the 2014 Carroll County 4-H & FFA Fair Saturday, July 26, at the Buck Miller Arena at the Carroll County Agriculture Center in Westminster, Md.
Standard & Poor's raised Baltimore's bond rating to its highest level in years — a move that reflects growing confidence in the city's fiscal health and will lead to potentially millions of dollars in savings for the city's budget.
Last seen in 2011, a skid steer loader rodeo will return to the 2014 Carroll County 4-H & FFA Fair, as a tribute to the memory of Bob Green, a long-time Finch Services employee and beloved person in the community, who hosted and organized the rodeo before its retirement.
Driver advocacy organization AAA Mid-Atlantic, known for its roadside assistance and insurance and travel services, is heading headlong into a new market in Maryland: automotive repair and maintenance.
With talks on Iran's nuclear program likely to be extended, it's crucial that Congress continue to give the administration room to negotiate and not scuttle the chance for a deal with tough talk and unrealistic demands.
BMW of Towson is poised to break ground for a new $4 million expansion that will include state-of-the-art Maserati and BMW showrooms in the luxury dealer's attempt to draw younger clientele. Staff equipped with iPads will be out on the floor, rather than in closed-off offices. When someone is ready to buy, "client advisers" will be on hand to sell the car.