Sparrows Point Terminal, the Hanover-based firm that owns the site of the former steel mill, has changed its name to Tradepoint Atlantic, a move the company hopes will enhance its global appeal but that evokes feelings of loss.
With volatility in the stock market shaking up investors, Jonathan Murray, a financial adviser at Hunt Valley-based UBS Financial Services, says people should keep a long-term outlook and accept such corrections as normal.
Five Magnolia Elementary School pupils, along with their peers from schools in Washington, D.C., Virginia and West Virginia, sat down with First Lady Michelle Obama Wednesday for a meal made with fresh produce from the White House garden.
A joint study that will evaulate the status and future of Columbia's village centers will be conducted by the Columbia Association, the Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning and the Howard County Economic Development Authority, according to a CA news release.
Hundreds of miles of new fiber optic cable are lighting 21st-century ambitions across Maryland: Economic development officials imagine businesses opening or expanding thanks to more robust Internet connections. School administrators envision students using more electronic resources. Some folks just look forward to dumping their dial-up modems.
The grounds next to the Bel Air Farmer's Market were filled with vendors from throughout Harford County, who offered tips on developing a more healthy lifestyle during Saturday's third annual Healthy Harford Day.
As Baltimore County police replace nearly 2,000 service weapons, they won't allow the old ones to be sold in gun shops — a decision that will prevent firearms from entering the open market but could triple the agency's cost.
The city is expanding the Purple Route of the Charm City Circulator bus line to University Parkway in north Baltimore in 2014, because of the efforts of the Charles Village Civic Association. The only downside is that people wanted it this year, but city officials say funding isn't available until fiscal 2015.
Cornell University released its report Sunday on incidents that led to the suspension of the men's lacrosse team from fall events. The report reveals what it calls a "presence of a culture within this group of treating new members as less than equals."
Baltimore tourism leaders will have to find another way to draw visitors over Labor Day weekend after the Grand Prix of Baltimore was canceled. They are focused on more sporting events and filling up the dead time of winter.
Paul Reed Smith Guitars recently launched a mid-priced guitar to fill a gap in its lineup. The Eastern Shore company reimagined its manufacturing process to cut the man hours — and cost — to let it make such instruments in America.
RealEstate Business Intelligence: Sales of homes in metro Baltimore jumped nearly 17 percent in August from a year earlier, with high demand pushing up the month's sales prices to the highest levels since 2008.
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.
Competition has spawned half a dozen lawsuits in recent years and an "advertising war" between Ameritox and Millennium Laboratories, accusing each other of false advertising, patent infringement and kickbacks to physicians.
Ramos – who is of Puerto Rican descent – was recently named as the winner of the conference's American Dream Award, which recognizes an entrepreneur who has achieved business success while overcoming obstacles.
Temple Isaiah is celebrating the Jewish High Holy Days by hosting Rosh Hashanah in the Park on Thursday, Sept. 5, at Centennial Park pavilions E, F and G (Woodland Road entrance). The event is free and open to the community.
Kodiane, a Cherry Hill resident who was a guest speaker at Metropolitan United Methodist Church in Lafayette Square. He appeared as part of an Interfaith Worker Justice of Maryland effort to connect low wage workers with religious congregations.
BGE customers are collectively saving nearly 1.5 billion kilowatt hours of electricity a year through energy-efficiency incentive programs. It's enough energy to power 156,000 homes for a year, or the equivalent of a year's worth of greenhouse gas emissions from 230,000 cars.
Bob Thomas, director of public information and community outreach for the Harford County Department of Emergency Services, is attending the annual training conference of the National Information Officers Association in Clearwater, Fla., this week.