It’s Monday but look at the bright side: We don’t have snow (as long as you’re not in Garrett County) and we do have the roundup. — Filmmaking lawyer uses power of deduction to defeat the Internal Revenue Service. — A ...Read More »
Exelon takeover becomes official Exelon Corp. will proceed immediately with staffing decisions now that the company has completed its $7.9 billion acquisition of Baltimore-based Constellation Energy Group, a company spokeswoman said. The deal, which had been in the works for nearly ...
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WASHINGTON — Federal employees can take unscheduled leave or work from home because of snow expected in the Washington region. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management made that announcement for federal workers early Wednesday. The National Weather Service says snow ...Read More »
NEW YORK — There were 33 planes stuck on the ground for more than three hours in October, the most in a single month since a rule intended to limit long delays took effect last April. The culprit? An Oct. ...Read More »
WAYLAND, Mass. — Hundreds of thousands of people across the Northeast shivered at the prospect of days without heat or lights after a freak October snowstorm over the weekend, and many towns postponed trick-or-treating Monday in what seemed like a ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Being stuck for hours on a stuffy, stinky plane at the airport — every passenger’s nightmare — was supposed to be a thing of the past, thanks to the government’s threat of huge fines against the airlines. Well, ...Read More »
HAGERSTOWN — Electric utilities are reporting about 4,400 Maryland customers still without power after a rare October snowstorm. About 4,000 of them are customers of Potomac Edison, the Maryland division of Allegheny Power. The company said Monday that the outages ...Read More »