Maryland labor secretary hears unemployment app concerns

The state’s mobile application for unemployment assistance needs better functionality and accessibility, state legislators told Maryland’s Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson on Thursday.

Md. launches mobile wellness vehicle to combat addictions

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — To fight back against substance use disorders and the opioid epidemic, Maryland officials unveiled a new mobile wellness vehicle where individuals can seek education, treatment and recovery Tuesday morning. Fifty percent of individuals in need of treatment…

Food Trucks Are a Hot Business in Baltimore, When They Find a Place to Park

The number of food trucks in Baltimore has doubled in less than two years. But regulators have yet to catch up with the rapid change in food industry.

Local Hardware Store Owner Creates A New Way to “Flush” Away the Snow

Local hardware store owner David Goldberg is on a special “potty patrol” thanks to his own unique invention.

College Students Making Mark in Mobile Apps

Some college students grab part-time jobs at local stores or the school library for extra cash. Megan Monroe, a graduate student at the University of Maryland, builds mobile apps.