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Pounding the Keyboard

History Lesson We were a herd of around 40 teenage boys at Baltimore’s Poly High School, back in the day when it was guys only...

Lisbon Farmers Feed the Hungry Parade Raises More Than $15K

The Great Lisbon Farmers Feed the Hungry Christmas Parade, presented by the Howard County Farm Bureau and held on Dec. 9, 2017, raised more...

Ellicott City Retailer Named SBA Small Business Person of the Year

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) 2018 Maryland Small Business Person of the Year is Tamara Beideman, owner of Sweet Elizabeth Jane in Ellicott...

Wills: The Cornerstone of Your Estate Plan

If you care about what happens to your money, home and other property after you die, you need to do some estate planning. There...

People In Business

TEDCO Announces Executive Promotions, One Retirement Columbia-based TEDCO has announced leadership promotions. They include Jennifer Hammaker, to vice president of business development; Arti Santhanam, to...

HCC 5K Challenge Jumpstarts Healthy Lifestyles

Cathleen Smith enjoyed her son’s engagement party last summer, but did not like the photos of herself at the event. “I knew I had to...

Fighting Back Against Tax Identity Theft

When it comes to filing our tax returns, we all have to put in the time and effort to complete every form accurately and...

Howard Honors Businesses, Communities Going ‘Green’

At Howard County’s 11th annual GreenFest in late April, the county’s Department of Public Works’ Bureau of Environmental Services announced the winners of its...

Business Briefs

Komen Maryland Moving Race for the Cure to Columbia Gateway Susan G. Komen Maryland has announced that the organization will host its 26th Annual Race...

Nonprofit News and Charitable Giving

Komen Maryland Moving Race for the Cure to Columbia Gateway Susan G. Komen Maryland has announced that the organization will host its 26th Annual Race...

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