Between a Rock and a River, There’s Plenty to Do on Main Street

Exactly what is it about Ellicott City that captivates people?

Ellicott City’s B&O Railroad Museum Is Still Chugging Along After 40 Years

This August marked the 40th anniversary of the Ellicott City B & O Railroad Station being open as a museum.

Maryland Park Service’s Free Mobile App Makes Finding a State Park Easier

The National Park Service is less than a year away from celebrating 100 years, and its centennial celebration is expected to be nothing short of spectacular.

Howard County Events

There are many events held in Howard County throughout the year that can entertain tourists and natives alike. Here’s a sampling.

And The Best Goes On …

As the 2015 summer concert season comes to a close, Merriweather Post Pavilion will not only end another season of outstanding performances, but also finish the first phase of exterior renovations to the 48-year-old venue.

Industry Perspective: Why I Spend $30,000 to Get Employees Out of the Office

As CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, I had a problem.

Airbnb’s Impact: How Dramatic Is It?

The recent local hotel occupancy figures from Hendersonville, Tenn.-based STR Inc. are solid, with accommodations in Howard and Anne Arundel counties reporting generally good news on their bottom lines.

Industry Perspective: Baltimore Tourism: Still Happening, Still Flourishing

Fiscal 2015 was a roller-coaster year for Baltimore tourism.

Historic Savage Mill Celebrates 200 Years

Savage Mill is marking its bicentennial on Sept. 17 with free historic tours, live music, demonstrations, a sidewalk sale and a live broadcast from radio station Mix 106.5.

Howard County Tourism Council Annual Report FY2016

Tourism is a vital industry to Howard County’s economic health and the well-being of its citizens.

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