Salisbury-based Green Street Housing and Rockville-headquartered TM Associates Development, two of Maryland’s largest affordable rental housing developers, will host a groundbreaking ceremony March 29 at the second and third phases of Slippery Hill in Queenstown. The new construction includes two additional ...Read More »
Md. PSC bans energy company from new customer solicitation
The Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) has directed SFE Energy Maryland Inc. to cease door-to-door solicitation of new customers.Read More »
Fed official: Regulators will ensure all bank deposits are ‘safe’
The nation’s top financial regulator pledged that the Federal Reserve and other agencies will take whatever steps they deem necessary to protect depositors and the banking system.
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Chipotle agrees to pay after closing store that sought union
Chipotle Mexican Grill has agreed to pay former employees as part of a settlement stemming from a complaint after it closed a restaurant where workers wanted to unionize.Read More »
Lockheed Martin to partner with Singapore agency on data analytics, workflow automation
Singapore’s Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) and Bethesda-based global security and aerospace company Lockheed Martin have signed a collaboration agreement that will pave the way for joint efforts in exploring data analytics and workflow automation that enable mission readiness. ...
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Private equity real estate firm acquires St. Mary’s County shopping center
Private equity real estate firm AmCap Inc. announced the acquisition of First Colony Center in St. Mary’s County.
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Supreme Court rejects case of Oklahoma teen killed by police
The Supreme Court won't hear a civil rights case brought by the parents of a teenager who was naked and unarmed when he was fatally shot by an Oklahoma police officer in 2019.
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Supreme Court to hear lawsuit involving disability activist
The Supreme Court will decide whether a disabled activist can file disability rights lawsuits against hotels she doesn't intend to visit.
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Troubled Silicon Valley Bank acquired by First Citizens
First Citizens will acquire much of Silicon Valley Bank, the tech-focused financial institution that collapsed this month.
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Biden’s Justice Department keeps hard line in death row cases
An Associated Press review of dozens of legal filings shows that President Joe Biden’s Justice Department is fighting just as vigorously as Donald Trump's did to uphold death row inmates' sentences.
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