Maryland continues to have the highest median household income in the country, but a relatively low wage increase from the previous year may speak to a lack of high-skilled jobs, according to figures released in the American Community Survey on ...Read More »
The prospect of a 300-mph train magnetic-levitation train rushing passengers between Baltimore and Washington in 15 minutes was greeted with a wave of fanfare last year, but there’s been little update on the project’s progress since that time. On Wednesday, ...Read More »
A special three-judge panel is hearing arguments in a lawsuit challenging Maryland’s congressional districts map. The case being heard Tuesday was filed in June 2015 and argues that Maryland’s map violates the U.S. Constitution. The lawsuit seeks to have the ...Read More »
At almost three times the size of its original staff and responsible for half of the company’s products, Chesapeake Bay Candle’s Glen Burnie factory is embracing its young and unique U.S. success. While the company was started in an Annapolis ...Read More »
On a recent weekend, prospective Dundalk homeowners and renters were invited to “Live the Unexpected” and tour the peninsula community to see firsthand its redevelopment, new jobs and housing options. “Dundalk has a lot of charm and historic character in ...
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