Tuition at Maryland’s public colleges and universities would increase 2 percent next year under Gov. Larry Hogan’s proposed budget, maintaining the state’s track record of keeping tuition low. While other states have placed more financial burden on their higher education ...Read More »
Harford County has retained its Triple-A bond rating from all three of the nation’s major independent bond-rating agencies. Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s and Fitch have each reaffirmed their highest possible rating for Harford County, citing the county’s strong economy and ...Read More »
A group of 15 Marylanders will receive the 2018 Visionary Award from the Northeastern Maryland Tech Council during a ceremony Feb. 22 at the Richlin Ballroom, 1700 Van Bibber Road, in Edgewood. The winners will be recognized for their contributions ...Read More »
Penn-Mar Human Services will host its 26th annual Black Tie Gala March 3 at 6 p.m. at the Delta Hotels by Marriott in Hunt Valley. The event will help raise $600,000 to help sustain the nonprofit’s mission of helping hundreds of ...Read More »
The historic Lion Brothers building in west Baltimore is completely leased following renovations by developer Cross Street Partners. Spring Garden Lending, Culinary Architecture and Neopol Savory Smokery have all leased space in the building. Spring Garden Lending, which provides short-term ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS – Looking to curtail high prescription drug prices, Maryland lawmakers announced legislation Tuesday that would require transparency for price increases, create a state commission to review drug prices and eliminate the so-called “gag rule” for pharmacy benefit managers. The ...
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