Brenda McKenzie, a veteran economic development expert who recently led the Boston Redevelopment Authority and served as deputy commissioner for the Chicago Department of Planning and Development, has been named the new president of the Baltimore Development Corp.Read More »
There can hardly be anyone in the state who isn’t aware of Question 7. That’s the statewide voter referendum on the Nov. 6 ballot to ratify legislation passed during the General Assembly’s second 2012 special session to locate a slots casino in Prince George’s County and to authorize table games at all casinos in Maryland.Read More »
After 14 autumns as an afterthought, the Orioles — headed to the playoffs — have made the beleaguered baseball franchise the focus of Baltimore’s professional sports scene.Read More »
Virtually everybody in business, government and education agrees that ramping up knowledge of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) among young people in Maryland’s school systems and colleges is essential for the development of a workforce that can meet the needs of future employers.Read More »
Now that the Supreme Court has upheld most of the federal health care reform legislation, Maryland businesses, employees, health care providers and the uninsured can expect to be impacted in many significant ways.Read More »
The Video Lottery Terminal Location Commission — more commonly known as the slots commission — has announced that it will meet July 31. The biggest ticket item on the agenda? The award of the license for a downtown Baltimore casino, ...
Tagged with: baltimore casino caesar's CBAC Gaming LLC Donald C. Fry green party harrah's kansas Martin O'Malley PricewaterhouseCoopers slots commission special session Taxes Video Lottery Terminal Location CommissionRead More »
Highway and transit projects that are underway in Maryland will be able to proceed with the U.S. Congress’ passage of a two-year transportation bill. And while it was the first long-term transportation measure passed by Congress since 2005, the bill ...Read More »