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Anne Arundel County adds COVID limits

Taking action to attempt to curb a sudden increase in COVID cases, County Executive Steuart Pittman announced several new restrictions at the county’s Emergency...

Pittman tabs Awad for Arundel police

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman has chosen Hyattsville Police Chief Amal Awad as his selection for Anne Arundel County Chief of Police. Awad...

New COVID limits in Howard County

County Executive Calvin Ball announced new COVID-19 restrictions after Howard County reached a 5% positivity rate and a case rate of 19.1 per 100,000...

Ball announces more HoCo RISE grants

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced additional CARES Act funding through a second round of HoCo RISE business grants. Howard County distributed more than $1.6...

Will Maglev be rolling soon?

The campaign to bring the magnetic levitation railway train, known in transportation circles as the Northeast Maglev, to the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area, continues. A Federal...

TEDCO allies to develop AI-enabled resources 

The Columbia-based Maryland Technology Development Corp. (TEDCO) has selected EcoMap Technologies to develop an AI-enabled platform for gathering information about all of Maryland’s entrepreneurial resources and funding information...

Laurel to host market on Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday will be held by the City of Laurel’s Department of Economic and Community Development on Saturday, Nov. 28 – the day...

Howard records increase in COVID-19 

Howard County has announced the second highest daily case increase of COVID-19 cases, 82, since beginning of the pandemic, according to the most recent data from the Maryland Department...

NIST, TEDCO honored for development

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Program (N-STEP) implemented by Columbia-based TEDCO is receiving the State and Local Economic Development award...

Laurel honors businesses that feed the hungry

The City of Laurel is supplementing the funds that local organizations used to feed hungry people during the pandemic. Mayor Craig Moe and the...

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