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In its statement Thursday, Sinclair dismissed a New York Post report that MLB, the NBA and the NHL might orchestrate a b...
09/23/2022
Sinclair dismisses report its sports broadcasting unit could be bought out by sports leagues and says it will launch new streaming platforms next week

In its statement Thursday, Sinclair dismissed a New York Post report that MLB, the NBA and the NHL might orchestrate a buyout of Diamond.

Sinclair Broadcast Group, a Hunt Valley-based TV station owner, dismissed as “speculation” a report that it’s trying to sell its Diamond Sports unit to three professional sports leagues, even as plans were confirmed Thursday for the launch of new regional sports streaming services around the c...

CSX owns the Camden and Brunswick Maryland Area Regional Commuter lines and dispatches the trains, meaning if the labor ...
09/13/2022
Commuters on Camden and Brunswick MARC lines to see disruptions if CSX workers strike Friday

CSX owns the Camden and Brunswick Maryland Area Regional Commuter lines and dispatches the trains, meaning if the labor unions decide to strike, service would be suspended until the freight company and workers reach an agreement.

A potential strike by CSX railroad workers beginning Friday would suspend commuter trains on the Camden and Brunswick lines, the Maryland Transit Administration announced Monday.

To GNR Group, the math is simple. There is a surplus of residents with housing choice vouchers who need good homes, ther...
09/06/2022
Meet Baltimore’s most aggressive buyer of vacant rowhouses: ‘We’re helping here’

To GNR Group, the math is simple. There is a surplus of residents with housing choice vouchers who need good homes, there are investors who want consistent returns on their money, and there are thousands of empty rowhouses in Baltimore.

Housing advocates, however, say this approach runs counter to the intent of the voucher program by pushing the poorest residents into unstable neighborhoods with few social services or amenities.

To GNR Group, it's simple: There's a surplus of Baltimore residents with housing vouchers who need homes, investors who want consistent returns, and thousands of vacants it can buy and lease out. Housing advocates say that approach could push people into unstable neighborhoods with few services or a...

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, a tribute event with live music, giveaways and a bell-ringing will take place, the mark...
08/29/2022
East building at Baltimore’s Lexington Market to close permanently Saturday as part of revitalization

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, a tribute event with live music, giveaways and a bell-ringing will take place, the market announced on Instagram. The doors of the East Market will shut permanently at 5 p.m. Saturday.

Lexington Market will close its East Market building Saturday afternoon, following a celebration of the 70 years that the space has housed one of Baltimore’s most iconic public markets.

A Maryland lender deceived its loan customers by selling them insurance policies they didn’t ask for or know about in ma...
08/17/2022
Baltimore County-based lender Mariner Finance heaped insurance plans onto unwitting borrowers, attorneys general say

A Maryland lender deceived its loan customers by selling them insurance policies they didn’t ask for or know about in many cases, the attorneys general of a handful of states claimed in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court in Pennsylvania.

A Baltimore-based lender deceived its loan customers by selling them insurance policies they didn’t ask for or know about in many cases, the attorneys general of a handful of states claimed in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court in Pennsylvania.

As home prices rise, buyers can now eliminate up to $50,000 of their student debt under a Maryland initiative meant to e...
08/16/2022
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announces expansion of SmartBuy homeownership program

As home prices rise, buyers can now eliminate up to $50,000 of their student debt under a Maryland initiative meant to encourage millennial homeownership.

As home prices rise, buyers can now eliminate up to $50,000 of their student debt under Maryland’s SmartBuy program, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday.

July is typically a hot month for home sales, but rising interest rates and fears of inflation and an economic slowdown ...
08/12/2022
Rising mortgage rates splash cold water on Baltimore’s once-hot housing market

July is typically a hot month for home sales, but rising interest rates and fears of inflation and an economic slowdown threw cold water over the Baltimore region’s once scorching housing market.

July is typically a hot month for home sales, but rising interest rates and fears of inflation and an economic slowdown threw cold water over the Baltimore region’s once-scorching housing market.

Under Armour earned $8 million in the first quarter of its new fiscal year, meeting earnings forecasts for its first fis...
08/03/2022
Under Armour reports small profit in first quarter of new fiscal year

Under Armour earned $8 million in the first quarter of its new fiscal year, meeting earnings forecasts for its first fiscal quarter and saying its brand remains strong in a difficult environment.

Under Armour met earnings forecasts for its first fiscal quarter and said its brand remains strong in a difficult environment..

A mix of gentrification, a pandemic, and a nationwide clampdown on such unregulated warehouse spaces has suffocated the ...
07/29/2022
Is Baltimore’s warehouse arts scene coming to an end?

A mix of gentrification, a pandemic, and a nationwide clampdown on such unregulated warehouse spaces has suffocated the city’s warehouse arts scene in recent years. The CopyCat is now the last major warehouse arts space in Baltimore.

A mix of gentrification, a pandemic, and a nationwide clampdown on unregulated warehouse spaces has suffocated Baltimore's warehouse arts scene. Now, the residents are moving out of the CopyCat building and the inside is being gutted as the owner tries to get it licensed with the city.

The summit, held at Coppin State University and closed to the public, was part of what Mayor Brandon Scott promised will...
07/15/2022
‘We all have so much more work to do’: Baltimore leaders, youth convene for ‘Squeegee Collaborative’ following deadly clash

The summit, held at Coppin State University and closed to the public, was part of what Mayor Brandon Scott promised will be a “difficult” and ongoing conversation.

In the wake of a deadly altercation between a man wielding a baseball bat and a group of squeegee workers, Baltimore business leaders convened with city youth to discuss solutions to the persistent tension surrounding their street-corner presence..

Under Armour founder Kevin Plank and Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti have invested in a fund aimed at supporting ...
07/13/2022
Under Armour’s Kevin Plank, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti invest in ‘equitech’ initiative

Under Armour founder Kevin Plank and Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti have invested in a fund aimed at supporting companies that use technology to break down barriers in areas such as health care, food and education.

Under Armour founder Kevin Plank and Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti have invested in a fund that has raised $15.8 million to support companies that use technology to break down barriers in areas such as health care, food and education.

Mr. Jackson began a 38-year career as an assistant cashier with the old First National Bank and concluded it as the bank...
06/22/2022
Carroll S. Jackson, a retired banker and World War II and Korean War veteran, dies

Mr. Jackson began a 38-year career as an assistant cashier with the old First National Bank and concluded it as the bank's senior vice president.

Carroll S. Jackson, a retired First National Bank official and a veteran of World War II and the Korean War, died June 13 of complications from COVID-19 at Gilchrist Center in Towson. The longtime Poplar Hill resident was 97.

The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission, which determines whether a business or individual meets state standa...
06/17/2022
State commission seeks mobile sports betting license holders, a day after Hogan decries delay in separate application process

The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission, which determines whether a business or individual meets state standards for a gaming license, will begin accepting applications Friday for mobile sports betting licenses.

State regulators announced an expansion of sports wagering in Maryland Thursday, launching one part of a process to seek and award mobile sports betting licenses. Gov. Larry Hogan argues a separate state legislative commission has allowed bureaucratic delays to stall the process.

Under Armour CEO Patrik Frisk is leaving the Baltimore-based athletic apparel maker June 1 after little more than two ye...
05/18/2022
Under Armour CEO Frisk will step down June 1; company begins executive search

Under Armour CEO Patrik Frisk is leaving the Baltimore-based athletic apparel maker June 1 after little more than two years at the helm, the company announced late Wednesday.

Under Armour CEO Patrik Frisk is leaving the Baltimore-based sports apparel maker June 1 after two years at the helm, the company announced late Wednesday.

The owners of Flying Dog Brewery argued that the North Carolina Alcohol Beverage Control Commission violated their First...
05/18/2022
Regulators wrong to ban naked man beer label from Frederick-based Flying Dog Brewery, judge says

The owners of Flying Dog Brewery argued that the North Carolina Alcohol Beverage Control Commission violated their First Amendment rights by rejecting the label for its Freezin’ Season Winter Ale.

The owners of Frederick-based Flying Dog Brewery argued that the North Carolina Alcohol Beverage Control Commission violated their First Amendment rights by rejecting the label for its Freezin’ Season Winter Ale.

Two developers of high-profile urban projects in major U.S. cities have joined Sagamore Ventures’ effort to create a min...
05/10/2022
Two high-profile developers join Port Covington team to take over next phase of development

Two developers of high-profile urban projects in major U.S. cities have joined Sagamore Ventures’ effort to create a mini-city in South Baltimore’s Port Covington and will lead the next phase of development.

Two developers of high-profile urban projects in major U.S. cities have joined Sagamore Ventures’ effort to create a mini-city in South Baltimore’s Port Covington and have taken over the next phase of development.

Workers at the North Charles Street coffee shop voted unanimously to join Workers United, an affiliate of SEIU. The vote...
04/26/2022
Baltimore baristas unionize the first Starbucks in Maryland

Workers at the North Charles Street coffee shop voted unanimously to join Workers United, an affiliate of SEIU. The vote was 14-0, an organizer said.

Starbucks baristas in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood voted Monday to unionize, becoming the giant coffee chain’s first Maryland workers to organize amid a fast-growing national movement.

Niagara Bottling expects to add more than 90 new jobs initially in the coming years with the potential for more, accordi...
04/12/2022
Niagara Bottling to open operation at Tradepoint Atlantic in Baltimore County

Niagara Bottling expects to add more than 90 new jobs initially in the coming years with the potential for more, according to Gov. Larry Hogan’s office.

Water bottle company Niagara Bottling plans to build a plant at Tradepoint Atlantic and bring new jobs to the Baltimore County site, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced in a Monday news release.

Constellation Energy, the Baltimore-based energy producer, has become one of the latest companies targeted by Canadian f...
04/07/2022
Constellation shareholders urged to reject TRC Capital’s mini-tender offer

Constellation Energy, the Baltimore-based energy producer, has become one of the latest companies targeted by Canadian firm TRC Capital Investment Corp. with a share purchase offer at a below-market price.

Baltimore-based Constellation Energy has become one of the latest companies to recommend its shareholders reject share purchase offers by Canadian firm TRC Capital Investment Corp. at a below-market price.

Baltimore developer P. David Bramble and his MCB Real Estate firm have struck a deal to acquire Harborplace. If the deal...
04/05/2022
Baltimore developer to acquire and ‘reimagine’ Harborplace as centerpiece of revitalized waterfront

Baltimore developer P. David Bramble and his MCB Real Estate firm have struck a deal to acquire Harborplace.

If the deal is approved, it would pave the way for what Bramble described as an extensive redevelopment effort to “completely re-imagine” the faded retail attraction.

A Baltimore developer has plans to acquire and ‘reimagine’ Harborplace as the centerpiece of a revitalized Inner Harbor waterfront.

Calendars hanging on the walls still show September 1957. Records remain in file cabinets and personal items left by emp...
04/04/2022
Spinning it forward: Renovation plans set for a former silk mill in Western Maryland

Calendars hanging on the walls still show September 1957. Records remain in file cabinets and personal items left by employees are visible throughout.

“It has sat here [vacant] for longer than it was operational,” the mill's new buyer says.

A former silk mill dating back more than 100 years -- the Klotz Throwing Company -- is under new ownership and renovation of the historic landmark is underway.

In a statement, the Maryland company acknowledged that it had yet to share any shots with the vaccines alliance Gavi, wh...
03/28/2022
Maryland-based Novavax has sent millions of COVID vaccine doses to wealthy nations and none to the initiative that supplies poorer countries

In a statement, the Maryland company acknowledged that it had yet to share any shots with the vaccines alliance Gavi, which fronts the COVAX effort, but said it stands ready to do so.

Gaithersburg-based Novavax, the company behind a COVID-19 vaccine touted as a key tool for the developing world, has sent tens of millions of doses to wealthy nations but provided none yet to the U.N.-backed effort to supply poorer countries, a sign that inequity persists in the global response to t...

The facility on Rock Glenn Boulevard in Harford County is the Baltimore company’s second fulfillment center dedicated to...
02/25/2022
Medifast plans to employ 300 people at Havre de Grace warehouse

The facility on Rock Glenn Boulevard in Harford County is the Baltimore company’s second fulfillment center dedicated to the East Coast market.

Weight loss company Medifast said Thursday that it plans to employ up to 300 people at a newly opened distribution center in Havre de Grace.

With the addition of fast-growing Pivot Health, Illinois-based Athletico has increased its geographic footprint in the e...
02/19/2022
Towson-based physical therapy business Pivot sold to Athletico Physical Therapy

With the addition of fast-growing Pivot Health, Illinois-based Athletico has increased its geographic footprint in the eastern United States where Pivot Health runs more than 250 physical therapy clinics as well as 12 occupational health sites in Maryland and Delaware.

Towson-based Pivot Health Solutions, a physical therapy and occupational therapy provider, has been acquired by Athletico Physical Therapy.

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Greetings! My name is Cliff White, owner & operator of Cee's Industries,LLC. I'm being victimized by Mirror Law turf and he contracting division(CITI) and Walmart continues to standby and allow this shady company to be there sub-contractor. This is the same contractor that has nothing but negative reviews on google. Two weeks ago, Jose Lopez stated the following; "I started working with Mirror Lawn just prior to the pandemic hitting us and although I was hesitant to work with them...Warning for anyone thinking of Doing Business with them. Do not as they will pay once or twice and then send you packing." Another negative review, "(Cheney Lawn Care) Do not work for this company. Trying to get paid for services provided is impossible. They give you every excuse on the planet as to why we have to call you back. They do not call you back. I am still trying to get paid for services..." Here's another terrible review nine months ago;"Terrible they need to have there license pulled they don't like to pay. They lie and very rude. They want jobs done but don't like to pay at all...This so called business is a joke." Another negative review nine months ago by 4 Seasonal Services, " Absolutely no a good company at all. hey do NOT pay. ...DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THEM." Here is another negative review complaining about pay three years ago from Justin Greer, ;Scam artist. They owe me $3000. I have all the proof...so tried suing. Well you can't find the registered agent Hamada Shehata. So don't work for them. A bunch of low life's that don't pay their bills."
My company is based out of Columbia, Maryland. You can easily look up my company at www.ceesindustriesllc.com or my fb business pages; Cee's Cleaning Company or Cee's Industries. We have been building our company by the support of the Howard County area. As well as the DMV area. So, when we inked a contract to maintain 7 Walmarts during the entire winter season, we rejoiced to the heavens. This contract just helped out 50 families from different Counties in Maryland!
We hired Mike Smith from Frederick, Maryland, i hired as my Sub-Contractor to maintain the only two Walmarts in Fredrick, Md. This was a big deal for Mike and his crew to be able to maintain both Walmarts! The funny but true story about Micheal Smith is he was trying to get the contract from Walmart to remove the snow that was blanketed over the parking lot. He stayed in front of Walmart until he seen my post hiring sub-contractors for the Walmart parking lot. He called me immediately. We inked our contract, Mike then went and hired about 20 to 25 guys( they are White) and they maintained those two parking lots for the entire 2020/2021 snow season. They have yet to be paid. Kody Gouge is a similar story to Mike's, because he, too, waited at the store until he read my Craig's List ad looking for Snow Sub-Contractors in Hampstead, Maryland. This young White Man quickly hired over 15 workers to maintain the massive Parking Lot that was already heavy with three inches of snow. He has not been paid as of today either. Chim Brown is a Black Contractor that was ecstatic to get the opportunity to make good of his 15k investment the summer of 2020, which was a Snow Plow Truck with a 2 ton salter. He was equipped to get money. He helped maintain three of the seven Walmarts. He spent countless hours making sure the assigned properties were taken care of. Keyonna was my administrative assistant at the time. She had family and friends within the Elkton, Maryland that could cover the two Walmarts for that area. And she maintained those properties to perfection. The perfection was a result of the fifteen plus workers she hired. Then you got me, I maintained two Walmarts in Ellicott City, Md and Laurel, Md, with the main help coming from Spanish Jarvis. He worked his plow and Salter tirelessly to maintain these huge properties.
The total submitted invoice was a little over $90k. This is legendary for a guy to overcome what I had to. But, I knew I was in trouble. I knew Mirror Lawn Turf were a bunch of crooks. And how did I know this?
Coming into the third snow storm of the season, I called off my 50 workers because of non- payment. I explained to Mirror Lawn that myself and others have already spent thousands on the Ice Salt in order to maintain the properties. They was acting funny with the money so the finances forced us to stop working until they compensated my company in order for me to compensate my contractors. It took them three days to get their mind right. They sent a little over thirty thousand.
Here we are several months later and they refuse to pay the the remaining balance that is approximately sixty thousand dollars. Recently, Mirror Lawn Turf contacted me and attempted to persuade me to accept 39 thousand dollars because Walmart fined them a million dollars. I refused on principle alone. Believe me, it was hard for a cash strapped company to refuse 39 thousand dollars. But, it was also hard for me to pull over 50 bodies off of 7 Walmarts, but I did it. And it worked, and we got paid. So, I figure, eventually Citi or Walmart will not be able to dismiss the voices of over 25 Black and 25 White workers and contractors that maintained these parking lots and side walk ways underneath my Companies banner, during this past active snow season.
Walmart and Citi chose to hire Mirror Lawn Turf, though they have never had a stellar reputation. Citi allegedly fined Mirror Lawn Turf a Million Dollars for mis conduct yet nobody is worried about the small companies that are being used then ignored by these conglomerates.
We made it possible in these locations for them to be operable. We got many of these properties after they were covered in snow. Many customers across the Maryland State will attest they seen us out there doing a good job.
PLEASE ENCOURAGE WALMART TO ENSURE THAT THE COMPANIES, SUB-CONTRACTOR'S AND WORKERS RECEIVE THEIR OWED COMPENSATION FOR THE DILIGENT WORK THAT WAS DONE ON THEIR PARKING LOTS FOR THEIR CUSTOMERS SFAETY AND CONTINUED SHOPPING.
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Hope this works. Thank you Candice for sending me their way...it’s pretty much what we knew. Wash your hands, don’t sneeze or cough in anyone’s face, and use hand sanitizer.
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