Projected to be a No. 3 seed in Pittsburgh after finishing the Big Ten Conference tournament with a 27-6 record, a No. 8 national ranking and in second place in the conference, Maryland was made a No. 4 seed and put in the same Midwest bracket as the tournament's top overall seed, unbeaten Kentucky.
The team of developers who pushed the city to turn over Cross Street Market to private management submitted the only full proposal to the city this month, the head of the city's public markets said Tuesday.
R2integrated, a Baltimore-based digital marketer, has acquired the largest marketing services agency in Silicon Valley, California as part of the CEO's aspiration to establish his company as a national name in a growing industry.
Snowboarder Casey Scherr started a company called Ass Armor in 2013 to sell shock-absorbing athletic shorts designed to protect the tailbone. Now, the Ft. Lauderdale company is facing a trademark infringement lawsuit from Under Armour.
The Maryland Transit Administration's online, real-time bus-tracking system, now available on the MTA website via desktop computer and mobile phone, is a technological blessing. But when real-time tracking doesn't work — about half the time, in my experience — then you're left frustrated, in the cold
Under Armour on Thursday debuted its newest basketball shoe, the "Dark Matter" Curry One, and a new global brand campaign, "The Book of Will," featuring NBA All-Star Stephen Curry and Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx.
Mission Quilts, a program of Baltimore-based Lutheran World Relief produces quilts for some of the poorest and most distressed people in the world. Nancy Packard donates crocheted blankets to homeless in Baltimore.
Gilman quarterback Kai Locksley has changed his mind about his college choice. Locksley, who orally committed to Florida State in July, announced on his Twitter account Monday night that he was switching to Texas.
Lexington Market could get a new building and play host to a weekly farmers' market if the city follows through on new recommendations for an institution dogged by a reputation for safety problems, lack of cleanliness and "smells."
The governor-elect's current assessment of Baltimore being in decline is far off base. The accomplishments of the last few years show Baltimore has turned a corner and is being primed for the type of growth the governor-elect hopes to see for all of Maryland.
Baltimore's Under Armour turned in an impressive performance in 2014, but "still has plenty of room to become an even bigger player" in the red-hot athletic apparel market, an investment expert with Motley Fool argues in a commentary today.