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Columbia designated Safest City

Columbia has been recognized as the “Safest City in America” by WalletHub for the fourth year in a row. WalletHub compared 182 cities – including the 150 most populated U.S....

Ambu launches ‘Endoscopy Insights’ podcast

Columbia-based Ambu has launched a podcast called “Endoscopy Insights” that will explore the ways different clinical and technological innovations are moving endoscopy forward, while...
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Howard seeking $75M for flood plan

Howard County has applied for vital Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to finance the...

Jordan named president of regional SIOR Chapter

Kate Jordan, principal of Lee & Associates | Maryland, has been elected president of the Maryland, District of Columbia and Northern Virginia Chapter of...

Financial report, audit reflect HCPSS advancements

The Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) has received an unmodified opinion from its external auditor, CohnReznick, which is included in the Comprehensive Annual...

Standard Industries completes acquisition of Grace

Standard Industries Holdings, a privately-held global industrial company, has completed its acquisition of Columbia-based W. R. Grace & Co. for $70 per share in...

HCPSS board approves fiscal ‘23 capital budget request

The Howard County Board of Education approved its Capital Budget Request for the July 1, 2022-June 30, 2023 fiscal year (fiscal 2023) and Priority...

Hogan announces $16.8M to advance bicycle, ped projects

Gov. Larry Hogan announced $16.8 million in grants to support bicycle, pedestrian, and trail improvements through 42 projects across the state. As part of...

Howard: boost in sales, newly-listed homes

Despite a continued shortage of available housing inventory, Howard County saw an increase in home sales and newly-listed homes in August 2021, according to...

APL pursues AI-driven climate initiative breakthrough

Scientists from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), in Laurel, have made significant progress toward creating the first worldwide, near-real-time inventory of...

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