Dick’s Sporting Goods will hire 100 people for holidays at Baltimore stores


Dick’s Sporting Goods plans to hire 100 seasonal workers to boost staffing at its nine Baltimore-area stores during the upcoming holiday shopping season, the retailer said Wednesday.

The sporting goods chain plans to fill 5,000 seasonal job openings Oct. 24 during its “National Signing Day” nationwide…



Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank halts work on Baltimore County mansion


Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank has stopped work on the nearly 35,000-square-foot, eight-bedroom mansion he was building on the ridge of an historic estate in a rural part of Baltimore County.

Plans for what might be the biggest house in the state had raised concerns among conservationists…


TSA stops man with collapsible rifle at BWI. He says his mom packed his bag.


The Transportation Security Administration stopped a man at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport from boarding a plane with a collapsible rifle on Friday.

TSA agents found the .40 caliber rifle in a 22-year-old Hagerstown man’s carry-on luggage when it went through an X-Ray…


Sears to leave TownMall of Westminster, movie recliners coming in, Mustard Seed celebrating anniversary


TownMall of Westminster is evolving.

Since the local landmark was acquired in December 2017 by Baltimore-based real estate firm Himmelrich Associates, it has seen new stores open — and a big one close.

Sears is closing its TownMall location, one of five Maryland stores that will be closed by the…


No winning Mega Millions ticket; jackpot climbs to $868 million


No winning lottery ticket was sold for the latest Mega Millions drawing, meaning the estimated jackpot climbs to $868 million.

Mega Millions officials say no tickets matched all six numbers to claim the estimated $667 million prize Tuesday night. The numbers were 3, 45, 49, 61, 69 and Mega Ball…


Fight Trump or Baltimore’s violence? Question is at heart of Maryland attorney general’s race


Running for attorney general four years ago, veteran Democrat Brian Frosh didn’t envision the job he ended up doing. He pictured a partnership with a Democrat in the governor’s mansion and never imagined the rise of Donald Trump to the White House.

“I didn’t think I was going to have stop the president…


Under Armour HR executive leaves for entertainment and sports agency


Under Armour human resources executive Kerry D. Chandler plans to leave the brand Nov. 2 to take on a similar role at Endeavor, a Beverly Hills-based talent agency focused on sports, entertainment and fashion.

“We thank Kerry Chandler for her partnership in building a world-class human resources…