With Gambling Expansion in Mid-Atlantic, ‘Atlantic City is Dying’

City struggles to hold on to its reputation as gambling hot spot

Fracking Provides New Sources of Energy, but Concerns Environmentalists

Environmental effects versus economic gain: Is fracking a good investment for Maryland?

Salisbury Company Banking on Wind Farms to Create Jobs

Salisbury-based AC Wind is poised to benefit from the newest iteration of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s offshore wind farming bill.

Maryland Delegation Sets Aside (Most) Partisanship for Obama State of the Union

President Obama’s call for an economy “built to last” was well-received by Maryland lawmakers — even Republicans.

Families- The Hidden Faces of Homelessness

MiMi Ramos, a single mother of three, recently bought her family’s first home in Silver Spring. For the Ramoses, a formerly homeless family, this purchase was an especially meaningful milestone.

Jobs Top Priority for O’Malley

Despite Maryland’s economic strengths, including a highly educated and skilled workforce, business leaders and others argue change is needed to make the state a more attractive place to do business.

Maryland Makes Strides in Dental Health

The Maryland Dental Action Coalition recently celebrated its progress in providing dental healthcare to children throughout the state with its first ever Oral Health Summit.

Resource Day, Homelessness on Rise in Rich Montgomery

Hundreds of homeless residents in one of the nation’s richest regions linked up with Montgomery County’s medical and financial resources Wednesday.

Cyber Warriors Compete in Student Competition

High School and college students gathered at the Baltimore Convention Center recently to compete in the first ever Maryland Cyber Challenge.

New Robots Facilities Create Jobs in Maryland

The new employees will work in manufacturing and engineering in order to meet the demand for an increase in robotics, and thermal control in space.