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Howard announces $200M bond sale at lowered rate

A total of $200,230,000 of Consolidated Public Improvement, Metropolitan District and refunding bonds were priced and have been sold by Howard via a competitive...

Sandy Spring Bancorp gets approvals for acquisition

Sandy Spring Bancorp, the parent company of Olney-based Sandy Spring Bank, has received the requisite regulatory approvals from the board of governors of the...

Howard’s Ball to announce Business Relief Grants recipients

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball will announce the recipients of the first round of HoCo RISE Business Relief Grants on Wednesday, July 15, at 11...

CA board passes budget

Columbia Association’s (CA) Board of Directors voted on Feb. 27 to pass the operating and capital budgets for fiscal 2021 and the conditional budgets...

Howard releases Spending Affordability report

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball released the Spending Affordability Advisory Committee’s Report for the fiscal 2021. The committee is tasked with making recommendations to...

Sandy Spring to acquire Rembert Pendleton Jackson

Sandy Spring Bancorp, the parent company of Sandy Spring Bank, has reached an agreement to acquire Rembert Pendleton Jackson (RPJ), an investment and financial...

Howard budget increases spending, recordation tax hike defeated

The Howard County Council approved the FY21 Capital and Operating Budget May 27, increasing spending 1.2 percent over the previous year. The amended budget included...

State Employees Credit Union Maryland refreshes its brand

Planit, of Baltimore, has unveiled a brand refresh for Linthicum-based State Employees Credit Union (SECU) Maryland, with the launch of the credit union’s new “Here’s...

Banks ready for coronavirus emergency

The Maryland Bankers Association (MBA) is urging customers to take an active role in contacting their bank if they have concerns and/or are experiencing...

Senators request IRS extensions

U.S. Senators Ben Cardin (D-Md,), a senior member of the Senate Finance Committee, and Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), a member of the Senate Budget Committee,...

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