Friday, July 3, 2015

In This Issue:

Preakness and Laurel Park: Far-Fetched or Feasible? »

To think: Not long ago, the worry in Maryland horse racing circles was about the Preakness Stakes leaving Maryland.

BWI Air Cargo Facilities Poised for Expansion »

As passenger-focused investments and improvements continue at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, the owner and operator of a large portion of the accompanying air cargo facilities is also preparing for growth.

Howard County Estate Planning Council Shares Ideas/Charitable Giving »

When people like Mike Davis and Beverly White-Seals have a cup of coffee, ideas fly across the table.

Columbia Festival of the Arts’ Summer Festival Begins This Month »

“Cross Currents,” Columbia Festival of the Arts’ (CFA) 2015 summer festival, will begin with a free opening weekend on the Lakefront June 12–14

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Latest News

BizWeekly 6/30/2015

Norwegian Air Announces Service Between BWI Marshall, Martinique and Guadeloupe

BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport has announced that Norwegian Air Shuttle will start nonstop seasonal service to Martinique and Guadeloupe. Norwegian will operate the service with two round trip flights per week between BWI Marshall and both destinations starting in December.

International passenger traffic has grown steadily in recent years at BWI Marshall. For the first four months of 2015, international passengers increased 22.5% over the same period last year.

With the announcement, Norwegian would become the third new international airline added at BWI Marshall this year. In May, WOW air started service between BWI Marshall and Iceland,

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Guest Article

Howard County Conservancy Now Has Two Locations: Mt. Pleasant and Belmont

By Susan Kim, Staff Writer

Now with two locations — the 232-acre Mt. Pleasant headquarters in Woodstock and the Belmont Manor and Historic Park in Elkridge — the Howard County Conservancy is seeing spring-like growth during its 25 anniversary year.

If businesses aren’t already involved with the conservancy, Allison Anderson, the conservancy’s assistant director, urged them to think about becoming a conservancy partner. “It’s one of the most unique, interactive partnerships around,” she said. “We have lots of businesses hold their annual team-building sessions or holiday parties here. Rental income is a source of funding for us. Businesspeople start off donating money, then they come here to learn, bring their families and even become volunteers.”

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