Heavy Seas brewery employs 45 people and about a half-dozen of them are from the Catonsville, Arbutus or Halethorpe areas. Three of them -- the brewing team chief, the warehouse manager, and the production manager -- discuss their jobs at the brewery.
In 1968, when President Lyndon Johnson ordered a halt to bombing North Vietnam and a new house averaged $15,000, Laurel had a lot of things going for it. However, the town lacked a place where people could get trophies and plaques built and engraved to honor individual and group efforts. That same year, the husband and wife team of Don and Dottie Ault set out to change all that when they opened Dottie's Trophies.
The former manager of the Clinton administration's effort to reinvent government is calling on Congress to break up the U.S. Postal Service into two separate organizations — one public and one private.
In a case that could have a profound impact on the rights of pregnant employees, the Supreme Court on Wednesday wrestled over whether a Maryland UPS driver faced discrimination when she was asked to leave her job because her pregnancy prevented her from lifting heavy packages.
On Dec. 3, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear Young v. United Parcel Service, a case in which an employer was permitted to suspend without pay or insurance a pregnant employee because she could not lift more that 20 pounds. Ms. Young's job for UPS was collecting and delivering letters and packages sent by air. Her typical route covered Annapolis, Davidsonville and Calvert County. In suspending her, UPS explained that company policy required all employees to be able to lift 70 pounds unless they
VSPOne expects growth at its new eyeglass manufacturing facility in Halethorpe — including orders related to Google Glass. The company anticipates that the local site will make prescription lenses for the product after it launches sometime this year.
The family of a detective sergeant at the Maryland State Police Bel Air Barrack went to Oklahoma this past weekend to deliver some 50,000 books that 8-year-old Lauren DeCourcey helped collect for victims of the May tornado.
Thousands of books have been donated over the past several weeks at the Maryland State Police Bel Air Barrack that will be given to school libraries in Moore, Okla., that was devastated by a tornado last spring.
James A. Buck gladly accepted the package at his Parkville office from the delivery man wearing a UPS uniform. But minutes later, police swooped in to arrest Buck, 57, and seized the parcel, which had contained three pounds of marijuana he sent to himself from California, according to court records.