Military service members stationed away from homes they bought before the housing bust can't easily sell. Regulators are trying to increase their options, but one assistance program is about to expire.
The gulf could hardly be wider in this months-long dispute between the Orioles and Washington Nationals over media rights fees — and the teams can't agree on a formula for resolving their disagreements.
Shoppers Food & Pharmacy workers at some Maryland and Virginia stores ratified a new, two-year contract Thursday that increases wages, maintains pension benefits and funds health benefits without raising workers' costs, the union local representing the workers said Thursday
The City of Westminster this week pulled the plug on a pair of red light cameras at one of the county's busiest intersections — at routes 140 and 97 — saying the cameras had, by and large, done their job in helping reduce accidents and red light runners.
The increasingly popular "buy local" movement has helped fuel demand for produce sold by Misty Valley and other roadside vendors, some of whom re-appear each summer along Baltimore-area roads selling from the backs of trucks.
Water's Edge Corporate Campus, with several occupied office and retail complexes, presents an ideal location for a conference center, with its sweeping views of the Bush River and proximity to Aberdeen Proving Ground and Interstate 95.
Penn National Gaming spent far more than any other company on lobbyists in Annapolis in the past six months, laying out $877,432 to make its case before lawmakers, according to a new report from the state ethics commission.
The Greenspring Station establishment Tark's Grill was among many Baltimore-area eateries and grocery stores that not only lost prime weekend business but also lost merchandise — food that went bad in the heat.
Less than 48 hours after ferocious thunderstorms ripped through the Baltimore-Washington area with high winds and lightning strikes, the frustrations of coping with a second scorching afternoon without air-conditioning were rising with the temperature.
Election Integrity Maryland says it has found hundreds of dead people listed on voter registration rolls in Baltimore and Prince George's counties, as well as residents who have registered in multiple places and addresses that are vacant lots. But their findings have been called into question as exaggerated and politically motivated.
Shoppers Food & Pharmacy workers at some Maryland and Virginia stores have filed unfair labor practice charges against the grocer, accusing store managers of retaliating against workers whose union is negotiating a labor contract.
A federal jury convicted a Perry Hall man Monday of wire fraud and money laundering for selling $9 million worth of bogus biodiesel credits to unsuspecting commodities brokers and oil companies in a case that has shaken the nation's renewable fuel industry.
Recognizing the need for more meeting space in the area to accommodate BRAC growth, paired with the growing need for a high-quality destination complex in the county, engineer Jim Foulk and developer Clark Turner have joined forces to develop the Water's Edge Events Center and broke ground May 31
Though sales for luxury items — from diamond rings to well-appointed SUVs — continue to grow, erratic financial markets and a deepening European debt crisis have caused that growth to slow recently, raising the question of weather luxury retail will continue to flourish this year.