Women’s businesses are doing well in Maryland, with the state ranking eighth in the country for growth in the number of women-owned firms, according to a new report. Over the last 15 years, the number of women-owned business in Maryland ...Read More »
ELKTON — Sixty-five years ago, young, confident and victorious American soldiers returned from Europe and the South Pacific to the home front ready to rebuild a nation. World War II would not only shape the way the world worked in ...Read More »
The Port of Baltimore was the busiest international automobile shipping hub in the United States in the first half of 2011, according to figures released Monday. Baltimore eclipsed New York, the top auto shipper last year, with 270,700 vehicles handled ...Read More »
ROCKVILLE — Frank Cipriani entered a Bethesda home, wearing a disguise and posing as a building inspector. He faced his lover’s husband and pulled out a gun. Then his fake beard fell off. In that instant, an elaborate murder plot ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Experts say national poverty numbers released Tuesday morning are already out of date and could be getting worse, even as Maryland hit a poverty rate of 10.8 percent, the highest in nearly two decades, according to a report ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The ranks of America’s poor swelled to almost 1 in 6 people last year, reaching a new high as long-term unemployment left millions of Americans struggling and out of work. The number of uninsured edged up to 49.9 ...Read More »
The biggest news on The Daily Record website this week was actually about its competitor, The Baltimore Sun, and the announcement of possible buyouts at the newspaper. That story and more in this week’s business top 5. 1. Baltimore Sun ...
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ANNAPOLIS — People from El Salvador comprise a large portion of Maryland’s growing Hispanic community, census data released Thursday shows. The U.S. Census Bureau data shows there are 123,789 people from the Central American nation who now live in Maryland, ...Read More »
The Port of Baltimore ranked 11th nationally in terms of the value of cargo shipped through its public and private terminals in 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The $41.5 billion in cargo last year was a 39 percent ...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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