| Sep 16, 2014
| 5:04 AM
David Hart is a bit of an anomaly in the world of fashion. In an industry dominated by larger-than-life personalities, fickle taste and cutthroat politics, he prefers to play nice, stay cool and let his work do the talking.
"I really appreciate all...
| Sep 14, 2014
| 10:11 AM
Hiring by Maryland's largest employer — the federal government — has fallen by more than 40 percent nationally over four years, and the state's job market is feeling the pain.
Years of tightening budgets have brought federal hiring to the...
| Sep 5, 2014
| 5:38 AM
Baltimore County Police reported on Friday morning all but one lane on Belair Road is shut down in both directions between Wholesale Club Drive and Dunfield Road due to a 24-inch water main break.
Police reported lanes closed in both directions at 6:42...
| Sep 6, 2014
| 12:26 PM
Sparse crowds greeted Friday's opening day meet for the live horse racing season at Laurel Park.
The glass-enclosed grandstand, with aging yellow and orange stadium-style seats, was hot and nearly deserted. A smattering of fans watched races from a patio...
| Sep 7, 2014
| 10:28 AM
Baltimore high school football fans will have no shortage of former players to follow this college season.
There are 102 local players — from Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County...
| Sep 16, 2014
| 2:57 PM
Edgar Nash III, a retired real estate broker who had been associated with the old Morgan Millwork Co., died of heart disease Sept. 2 at the University of Maryland Shore Medical Center in Easton. The St. Michaels resident was 86.
Born in Richmond, Va., he...
| Jul 29, 2014
| 5:45 PM
— Maryland lawmakers have been jockeying for years to lure the new headquarters for the Federal Bureau of Investigation — and its 11,000 jobs — to Prince George's County.
On Tuesday they officially found out who the competition is....
| Mar 23, 2014
| 8:43 PM
— An effort to lure the FBI to Maryland could have a profound payoff for the state's economy, but the benefits could take years to materialize and the eventual impact would hinge on the way local officials handle the project, several of the state'...
| Apr 10, 2014
| 3:00 AM
With most of the young men off to war, the nation's industries turned to another source of labor to supply the necessities to fight World War II: women. The vast majority of the nation pulled together to support the war effort that began in 1941, and...
| Apr 10, 2014
| 1:59 PM
Easily overlooked in the waning days of the legislative session was a dust-up over how best to manage suburban transit in the Baltimore-Washington corridor. Howard County announced the creation of a Regional Transportation Agency, or RTA, to oversee bus...
| Mar 27, 2014
| 4:51 PM
Population is growing in the Central Maryland's suburban counties, though Baltimore City is losing residents, according a state review of U.S. Census data.
The Maryland Department of Planning said Thursday that between July 2012 and July 2013,...