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Maryland could gain as much as $161 million in revenue by authorizing a casino in Prince George's County and adding table games statewide, the staff of the General Assembly and its consultants told a work group on gambling expansion Tuesday. The combined...
A state panel considering whether to expand gambling in Maryland failed to reach a consensus Wednesday, likely ending the possibility of a special General Assembly session on the issue this summer. The panel unanimously recommended a series of sweeping...
Maryland employers added 1,500 jobs in March — thanks entirely to growth in the private sector — but the state's unemployment rate inched up as the pool of would-be workers expanded more rapidly. The jobless rate was 6.6 percent in March, up...
To mark the release of The Baltimore Sun's Top 75 Workplaces magazine, we sat down with managers at four highly ranked companies to discuss how they manage — and, not least, how they hold on to top workers in this time of tight budgets. Around...
My aunt is in a nursing home. They tell us she isn't allowed to leave unless she gets the doctor's permission. If she does, she has to sign a statement saying she doesn't hold them liable and will lose all her healthcare coverage. She is on Medicare....
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Though the governor has called a May 14 special session to deal with budget issues, the General Assembly's staff and a consultant are already laying the groundwork for a possible second act in late summer. Warren Deschenaux, chief policy analyst for...
Groups of students at Hartford's High School Inc. — an insurance and finance academy — got an inside look at the businesses that make up the Insurance Capital. As part of a job shadow program, 89 students met with employees and learned...
firstname.lastname@example.org, Follow Me @DougMagditchHeather Watson is a self-admitted 'picky person,' especially when it comes to her health. After a number of bad office visits… "You walk in and you feel like you're a number instead of a person," said Watson. …She turned to her social...
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Boy Scouts in Bedford, Cambria and Somerset counties are launching the 26th annual Scouting for Food drive in April, collecting food and household items for more than 40,000 needy residents. During the month of April, more than 2,000 Cub Scouts, Boy...
CNNMoneyThinking of upgrading your phone with Verizon? Better do it fast. On April 22, Verizon Wireless will institute a $30 upgrade fee for existing customers who purchase new phones with a two-year contract. "This fee will help us continue to provide...
The names, Social Security numbers and salary information of an unknown number of Under Armour employees might have been exposed when a thumb drive containing payroll information was lost in the U.S. mail, according to a published report in Ohio. The...
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