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Going back to the office? Check your pipes

As businesses begin to reopen, Howard County’s Department of Public Works’ Bureau of Utilities (PWBU) is advising commercial building operators to flush their plumbing...

Ruppersberger supports relief for businesses

Congressman C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD) voted in favor of bipartisan legislation improving the Payroll Protection Program (PPP), the loan forgiveness program created for small...

Live! Casino & Hotel set health, safety protocols

Live! Casino & Hotel announced a comprehensive and robust health and safety plan in preparation for the eventual re-opening of the property. The new...

Brewers, distillers support direct shipping

The Brewers Association of Maryland, Maryland Distillers Guild and Maryland Wineries Association are in support of Gov. Larry Hogan authorizing direct-to-consumer shipments of Maryland...

Howard Bank’s ‘Keep It Local’ contest names Top 15

Howard Bank has released the list of Top 15 small businesses vying to win $10,000 in its Keep It Local contest. The contest seeks...

Arrest of CNN crew in Minneapolis violates most basic tenet of press freedom

The arrest of CNN reporter Omar Jimenez and his crew on live television this morning simply for reporting on the protests of police violence in Minneapolis...

Unemployment spikes as businesses prepare to reopen

With unemployment nationally continuing to grow, Maryland is doing better than many states. According to WalletHub, a Washington, DC-based personal finance website, the Coronavirus pandemic...

NewWave launches Onyx

Elkridge-based NewWave Telecom and Technologies Inc., announced the launch of Onyx Technology, a subsidiary focused on providing health plans with the products and services...

Terrapin Adventures reopens May 30

Terrapin Adventures, in conjunction with Savage Mill and approval from Howard County, will reopen to the public, in a limited capacity, starting on Saturday,...

Businesses struggle with gradual reopening

Stage One of Governor Larry Hogan’s Roadmap to Recovery took effect on May 15, moving Maryland residents from a Stay at Home order to...

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