When the Maryland General Assembly wrapped up its 2016 session last April, there was a consensus throughout the business community that legislators on both sides of the aisle were being more open and receptive to proposals to strengthen Maryland’s competitive ...Read More »
Each year, an estimated 10,000 men and women are released from incarceration and return to Baltimore, often to the very neighborhoods where they resided prior to being arrested. Despite some misconceptions, the majority of these returning citizens have no interest ...
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Baltimore-area business, civic and nonprofit leaders, in a new report, are advocating for the removal of barriers to jobseekers with criminal records, something second-chance advocates say is part of a surprising shift in attitudes in recent years. The Coalition for ...Read More »
With the Baltimore City Council’s approval of the public financing package for the proposed Port Covington project, Sagamore Development Co. can move forward with final permitting approvals and activating the engineers, bulldozers and construction crews. There is still an incredible ...Read More »
A giant cargo container ship – almost four football fields long – eased into the Port of Baltimore earlier this week and was met by a number of high ranking Maryland officials, including Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski. The state leaders ...Read More »
This summer 13,000 visitors are expected to visit “Charm City” for the National Urban League’s annual convention, which is to be held at the Baltimore Convention Center. Not only will this prized convention – which many cities compete for annually ...Read More »