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Federal contracting business update

There is good news and there is bad news in recently passed and proposed laws affecting all federal contractors. For small businesses, the good...

Stronach breaks ground on Laurel Station

Officials from The Stronach Group were joined in early May by Maryland Senator Guy Guzzone and Howard County Council Chair Christiana Rigby for the...

Howard Chamber marks 50 years

The Howard County Chamber of Commerce (HCCC) marks its 50th anniversary in 2019. Established when Columbia itself was just two years old, the Chamber has...

Stewart to Run BWI Business Partnership

At its recent meeting breakfast meeting at the Hilton BWI Baltimore Airport, the BWI Business Partnership introduced Gina Stewart as its new executive director....
The Howard Hughes Corporation

HHC plans hotel in Merriweather District

An approximately 210-room boutique hotel will be developed in Merriweather District Area 3 by Howard Hughes Corp. (HHC) as part of the company’s $5...

Medical Cannabis Industry Grows Despite Challenges

Sales have been brisk. Unanticipated challenges are still unresolved. But Maryland’s medical cannabis business is moving forward. It’s been an “uneven” roll-out for the first...

TEDCO names fund recipients

TEDCO announced its recent round of startups receiving funding and mentorship through the organization’s Pre-Seed Builder Fund. Companies selected for a Builder Fund investment...

KeyW Awarded $53M in Contract Awards

The KeyW Holding Corp., of Hanover, announced approximately $53 million in new business awards and contract extensions and increases to ceiling value on prime...

Energy Manager Ready to Cut Costs

Cutting the cost of heat, power and light for county services by at least 20 percent, saving millions of taxpayer dollars, is the goal...

Brewers growing, reforms needed

It’s been a tumultuous year for the brewing industry. Threats of aluminum tariffs became reality, putting a crimp in business for brewers who can...

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