Rehabbed houses give Oliver a lift A group of developers recently banded together to try to restart home ownership initiatives in the long-blighted neighborhood of Oliver on Baltimore’s east side. Operating under the name Come Home Baltimore, the group is ...Read More »
Gov. Martin O’Malley now must replace two open cabinet positions. Alexander M. Sanchez, secretary of the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation since 2009, will become Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s chief of staff on June 16. Sanchez follows the departure ...Read More »
The head of the state labor department is leaving his post to become Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s third chief of staff in as many years. Alexander M. Sanchez, who has been secretary of the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Government hiring drove Maryland’s unemployment rate down to 6.7 percent last month as payrolls grew by 3,100 jobs, according to figures released Tuesday by the state. December marked the third straight month in which the jobless rate declined ...Read More »
Maryland’s jobless rate dropped to 6.9 percent in November as payrolls swelled in the state for the third straight month, according to figures released Tuesday by the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. The private sector did all of the ...
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Kristi Halford has been hired as a senior account executive by Nevins & Associates, a marketing and public relations firm in Hunt Valley. Halford assists clients in media relations, social media, event planning, community relations, and industry marketing. She previously ...Read More »
Maryland’s unemployment rate fell in October for the first time in six months, but economists and labor officials cautioned Tuesday the state faces immense challenges as the economy recovers slowly and federal lawmakers debate deep budget cuts. “October’s improvement should ...
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Maryland added 6,800 jobs in September, but the unemployment rate continued to climb to 7.4 percent, according to figures released Friday morning by the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. The state’s private sector led the job growth with 10,000 ...Read More »
The Maryland Jockey Club and Penn National Gaming Inc. will turn to an independent arbitrator to craft a simulcast arrangement for Rosecroft Raceway after the two sides missed another deadline Saturday. The deal, which would allow the long-struggling harness track ...Read More »
August’s jobs numbers have landed on Maryland with a resounding thud — another 2,500 jobs lost and an increase to 7.3 percent in the statewide unemployment rate. Employment gains in some sectors (14,700 jobs have been added since January) have ...Read More »