Fraudulent unemployment claims present concerns in Maryland

Unemployment claims in Maryland have increased greatly since the start of the pandemic, and more than half filed since January were found to be fraudulent.

Small businesses feel impacts of the opioid epidemic

DUNDALK, Maryland – In a quiet suburb outside Baltimore, down the street from a church and walking distance from a grocery store, one white house is not like the rest. Inside, positive messages cover the walls and sobriety coins hang…

Maryland State Agencies Threatened by Cyberattacks

Incident reports acquired via Maryland Public Information Act request show that at least six cyber attacks have hit state agencies since early 2013.

Pregnancy Complicates Working Women’s Life

Some Maryland women have the luxury of choice when navigating the workplace in Maryland as an expectant mother, but the experience for others, like Shayvon Omosanya, 24, could hardly be described as luxury, or even choice.

Farmers Plow Through Red Tape to Hire Legal Workers

The H-2A program is a federal visa program that brings migrant workers to the U.S. for the agriculture sector, but at a high cost both administratively and monetarily.