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READY? ACTION! Movie industry makes a comeback with state incentives

When independent filmmaker Wayne Shipley shot his first two westerns several years ago – One-Eyed Horse and Day of the Gun – on and...

Merkle releases ‘Customer Experience’ report

Columbia-based Merkle has released its Experience Impact report, which analyzes how and why customer experience affects where consumers choose to spend their money. For...

Regent Healthcare Acquires Loving Touch

Odenton-based Regent Healthcare, which bills itself as the largest, non-franchised Home Care Agency in central Maryland, has completed the acquisition of Loving Touch Home...

Q&A with Larry Richardson–Maryland Chamber Vice President for Government Affairs

Larry Richardson joined the Maryland Chamber of Commerce in late 2016 after spending more than three decades as a government affairs representative, most recently...

Howard’s ScholarMe gets TEDCO funds

The Maryland Technology Development Corp. (TEDCO) announced the second round of startups receiving funding and support through TEDCO’s Pre-Seed Builder Fund (the Builder Fund). The startups...

Aldridge Acquires Chesapeake Electrical Systems

Evergreen Advisors Capital, a middle-market investment bank based in Columbia, has announced that Chesapeake Electrical Systems has been acquired by Illinois-based Aldridge Electric. Evergreen...

3 Million feet of development–Wellness District taking shape in Columbia

The demolition of the American City building, Columbia’s historic first low-rise commercial space, signals the redevelopment momentum spreading through the Lakefront District. While much of...

Live! Casino & Hotel to open new venue

Live! Casino & Hotel hosted a hard hat tour of The Hall @ Live!, a new 75,000-square-foot, three-story multi-use concert and event venue that...

De novo bank slated for Howard County

NXG Bank could become the first de novo to be founded in Maryland in a decade. The proposed newly chartered bank would be headquartered...

REMAKING
 DOWNTOWN
 COLUMBIA–Gregg Fitchitt at the helm for redevelopment

Parents of philosophy majors, take heart: a philosophy major not only got a job, he got the top job. Greg Fitchitt, the newly appointed Regional...

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