Welcome to Monday, the 41st anniversary of Affirmed’s victory in the Preakness Stakes. Here are some news items to get your week started: — The “American Taliban” is scheduled to be released from prison this week. — A California man ...Read More »
Members of Baltimore’s recently reorganized leadership team are attending a massive conference of retailers in Las Vegas in search of new deals. Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young and Baltimore Development Corp. President and CEO Colin Tarbert are expected to ...
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Work transforming the historic Hendler Creamery in east Baltimore into a $45 million mixed-use project stopped weeks ago with no explanation from the developer. Lawmakers who represent the area and stakeholders in the Jonestown neighborhood said they’ve not recently heard ...Read More »
A federal judge has permitted a woman to pursue a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit against Baltimore-based MET Laboratories Inc., saying a jury question exists as to whether the company validly fired her for lying on her time reports or illegally terminated ...Read More »
Dr. Sandra L. Kurtinitis, president of the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), has worked tirelessly to advocate for students to attend community college to save costs.Read More »
Colleges and universities seem keenly aware that the baby boom generation alumni are retiring in greater numbers, cashing in 401K’s and eager to leave a legacy to the next generation of students.Read More »
Howard County became at least the 15th in the state to file suit against opioid manufacturers and distributors Friday. The lawsuit was filed in Howard County Circuit Court and alleges companies such as Purdue Pharma, the manufacturer of OxyContin, failed ...Read More »