Recent Articles from Johanna Alonso
Public defenders are criticizing a 30-day youth curfew going into effect tonight in Prince George’s County intended to curb rising crime in the county.
Coppin State University's proposed facilities master plan includes projects that will cost close to $600 million in total over the next 10 years.
With U.S. health advisers authorizing new booster shots for emergency use, Maryland and other states must now decide how they plan to roll out the vaccine.
Gov. Larry Hogan's administration plans to hand over the State Center campus to Baltimore once the shift of state workers to downtown buildings is complete.
The University of Maryland, College Park, will be increasing its minimum wage for students workers to $15 an hour beginning in 2023.
Robomart, a “store-hailing” platform, is opening its East Coast headquarters in Baltimore.
The first phase of Madison Park North, a multi-block redevelopment in Baltimore's Reservoir Hill, is now underway.
Johns Hopkins is moving forward with its plan to establish a private police force.
A Norwegian company that manufactures drones announced that it will open its North American headquarters in Baltimore County.
If you’ve ever been frustrated that your phone is charging at a snail’s pace (most likely while the charger is overheating), you may be in luck. A Frederick company, Pirl Technology, is working to develop more effective chargers for not only cellphones but also for electronic vehicles and other devices throughout the household. The company’s […]