Allen’s Family Foods, a 92-year-old poultry business based in Delaware, declared bankruptcy in June, and was purchased by Harim Group, a poultry company based in Korea. We talk with a grower who worked with Allen’s about what that might mean.
Baltimore’s first-ever local community production of Hairspray is currently running at the Essex campus of the Community College of Baltimore County — theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck gives us her take.
Has the stimulus act lived up to its promises of transparency?
After a slow start, Maryland’s stimulus-funded Weatherization Assistance Program is hitting its stride. What did it take to get it there, and what happens once the stimulus money’s all gone?
How a “Green Reserve” slice of $6 billion in EPA stimulus money may be changing the types of water infrastructure projects that get built in Maryland and the country.
The President of the Waco Tea Party told NPR this morning that their ousted congressman had spent too much effort on the stimulus, and too little on local projects like expanding I-35 in Texas. SMTS estimates that at least $122,012,379 in stimulus money is being spent on I-35 in Texas.