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Maryland state agencies are awash in vacancies, losing seasoned workers and struggling to perform core functions, according to union leaders, members of the General…

The rollout of sports betting in Maryland has been much slower than most expected.

With record numbers of state jobs going unfilled since the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Maryland was in a bind.

Gubernatorial hopeful also wants state to issue ‘survival checks’ for lower-income residents.

The Apple Coalition of Organized Retail Employees celebrated as the Baltimore County Apple store voted to join the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers union.

Candidates for Montgomery County Executive and the County Council’s at-large seats discussed health, education and jobs at a political forum held on Thursday. The…

In bid to get mobile gaming up and running in time for football, Hogan had urged ‘immediate’ action

An advocate who supports Maryland’s emerging paid family leave law cautions that more work is still needed to ensure strong protections for workers and businesses.

The General Assembly’s presiding officers threw cold water on the notion of calling a special session to stop an automatic gas tax increase from taking effect.

Both the Biden administration and Congress moved Wednesday to try to relieve a national infant formula shortage.