For the first time in seven years, Baltimore's bond rating has increased.Read More »
Maryland has retained its prized Triple A bond rating from the three major rating agencies, state Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp said. State officials plan to sell up to $1 billion worth of general obligation bonds at the March 6 meeting ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland will keep its AAA bond rating from the ratings agency Moody’s Investors Service. The ratings agency confirmed Thursday that Maryland and four other states will keep their AAA ratings. Moody’s had previously put the states on notice ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A top state budget analyst is recommending that Maryland lawmakers increase the state’s budget cushion to better weather financial uncertainty and address credit rating concerns. Warren Deschenaux gave lawmakers on a Senate committee a briefing Tuesday about Moody’s Investors ...Read More »
Maryland has retained its coveted AAA bond rating as it gears up to sell approximately $718 million worth of general obligation bonds at the next meeting of the Board of Public Works on Wednesday. Maryland Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp announced ...Read More »
Have you noticed “CODE X-RAY” on Baltimore’s streets? No, it’s not an alien invasion or early signs of the zombie apocalypse. It’s a new program by the Baltimore City Fire Department to warn firefighters that certain dwellings are vacant and ...
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WASHINGTON — The GOP-led House is poised to reject a bill Tuesday to increase the nation’s debt limit without the big spending cuts that Republicans are demanding. The move is intended as an embarrassing reminder to Democrats that increasing the ...Read More »