Erickson Living, a Catonsville-based operator of senior living communities, acquired the Bethesda headquarters of Marriott International in December with a plan to convert the massive property into a continuing care retirement community.
Rep. Elijah Cummings and Mayor Catherine Pugh headlined a roundtable with 50 local men at a resources fair with the goal of curbing violence in Baltimore. Dozens of community resources shared information on job training, mental health and substance abuse treatment and employment opportunities.
South Korean horse farm owners toured Harford County thoroughbred farms Wednesday, as part of a trip to strengthen bonds between the Asian country's growing horse industry and the industry in Maryland.
Marriott International is reviewing the cladding used on the outside of the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront hotel to make sure it complies with safety standards after the same material accelerated a London apartment building fire that killed dozens.
Gov. Larry Hogan and the Democratic leaders of the General Assembly unveiled a compromise Tuesday that will provide $20 million to Northrop Grumman Corp. and an equal amount to alleviate the cost of teacher pensions for local school systems.
Marriott International said Tuesday it plans to commission new offices for its headquarters and build a hotel in downtown Bethesda, keeping its base in Maryland after securing incentives from the county and state worth about $60 million.
Bethesda-based Marriott International Inc. may lose its bid to become the world's biggest hotel operator after a Chinese company increased its offer for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. to more than $14 billion.
In an effort to leave the memorabilia-hawking, find-it-in-any-major-city establishments to the amateurs, here are five downtown bars (all within short walking distance of the Light City Baltimore) for when you need refreshment and a breather from the bright lights.
David Trone, a candidate for Maryland's 8th Congressional District, has taken up a popular argument in this year's political season — that special interests have too much influence over politicians. But Trone, the owner of a successful wine retailer, Total Wine & More, has spent more than $1.4 million lobbying state governments since 2011, according to a review of lobbying records in nearly a dozen states.
Democratic congressional candidate Kathleen Matthews, who has frequently talked about the importance of electing women to Congress, endorsed Rep. Chris Van Hollen in Maryland's Senate race on Monday instead of his leading female opponent.
The national political arm of Maryland's largest teachers union, one of the state's most politically active labor groups, endorsed state Sen. Jamie Raskin's bid for Maryland's 8th Congressional District on Thursday.
First-time candidate Kathleen Matthews is pulling away from the rest of the 8th Congressional District field in the race for money, besting state Sen. Jamie Raskin for the second straight quarter, campaign finance reports filed late Sunday show.
The wealthy owner of a national wine and beer retailer said Wednesday he will enter the contest for Maryland's 8th Congressional District, a move with the potential to significantly alter the landscape in one of the state's most competitive political contests.
With all the focus on the presidential campaign the equally important legislative races are a bit neglected. If Chris Van Hollen wins the vacant senatorial seat then the 8th Congressional District seat will necessarily become vacant.
The contests for Maryland's two open House of Representatives seats have so far progressed mostly out of view, with a bevy of candidates building campaigns in the shadow of the state's high-profile race for Senate. That's about to change.
Hotel behemoth Marriott International is becoming even larger, taking over rival chain Starwood in a $12.2 billion deal that will catapult it to become the world's largest hotelier by a wide margin. Together the two companies and their brands boast flags on more than three dozen hotels around the Baltimore region.
The nine-day 2015 Cal Ripken World Series kicks off July 24, bringing youth baseball players from throughout the U.S. and the world to Harford County, along with well-known figures such as Maryland's First Lady Yumi Hogan and Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred.
Kathleen Matthews, the former television news anchor who is running for Congress, will report raising more than $500,000 in her bid for Congress, her campaign said Wednesday -- establishing the first-time candidate as a force in one of the state's most compelling political contests.
Touting her background as a "working mom" and "progressive business leader," Kathleen Matthews entered the race for Maryland's 8th Congressional District on Wednesday -- an announcement that could shake up the contest for the open seat.
Kathleen Matthews, the longtime television news anchor and former executive at Marriott, will make an announcement next week about her future, aides said -- the latest indication she is planning to run for Maryland's 8th Congressional District.
Six years after Tessemae's sold its first bottle of lemon-garlic salad dressing at the Annapolis Whole Foods, the Essex-based brand is attracting national attention. Grocers, hotel chains, fast-casual eateries and even reality TV producers all seem to have the "all natural" manufacturer on their radar.
Kathleen Matthews, a longtime television news anchor in Washington who is rumored to be considering a run for Maryland's 8th Congressional District, is leaving her post at Marriott International to "seek a challenging new role in public service," according to a memo distributed Wednesday by the Bethesda-based company.