Elected officials representing Anne Arundel County at all levels of government were invited to Linthicum on Nov. 10 to celebrate the award of the Long-Range Strike Bomber (LRS-B) program to Northrop Grumman Corp. (NGC).
The Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce (AAACCC) held its 2015 Economic Forum in early November at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Annapolis.
Springtime in Maryland. It brings warmer weather, plans for summer and, for some hard-working, focused students, graduation.
One day about five years ago, Frank Clark was at the dentist’s office, waiting his turn, when he grabbed a magazine to kill some time.
Howard County, Laurel Join Forces on MARC Station Issue
Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman has accepted a request from Laurel City Council President Ed Ricks to support city efforts to keep the Laurel MARC Station open. Both officials are expected to submit a joint letter requesting that CSX open a full station at Laurel Park and also maintain the Laurel station as a full-service stop.
More than 450 developers, commercial real estate professionals and other business leaders heard a rousing endorsement of opportunities in Downtown Columbia and Maple Lawn at an event held in the transformed former Rouse Company Building Nov. 17.
Howard County officials presented the preliminary draft of the ReImagine Long Reach Village Center Revitalization Plan at a public meeting in November, culminating months of research, presentations and public engagement.
Loyola University Maryland recently named Kathleen Getz as dean of its Joseph A. Sellinger School of Business and Management. Getz comes to the position after serving as dean of the Michael R. Quinlan School of Business at Loyola University Chicago, from 2011 through December 2014.
The Columbia Festival of the Arts (CFA) has awarded a commission to playwright Gwydion Suilebhan for the completion of a new play inspired by the founding of Columbia in 1967. Suilebhan — a Maryland native and former Columbia resident — will conduct extensive research into the real-life stories of the families who first established Columbia, weaving their personal narratives into a new drama that will attempt to inspire a rededication to the values on which the community is founded.
U.S. Sens. Barbara A. Mikulski and Ben Cardin (both D-Md.) have announced that $2,910,366 in federal grant funding has been awarded from the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) to municipalities across Maryland through the Byrne Justice Assistance Grants (JAG) program. These funds will be used to support public safety activities and reduce violent crime as well as crimes against victims and children throughout Maryland.