Sept. 19 is perhaps a day of no significance. It is not a holiday. It is not a weekend. The new school semesters are well underway.
Two months after his upset victory, Gov.-Elect Larry Hogan has kept everyone guessing about the specifics of the policies and budget he will implement after he is sworn in Jan. 21.
Allan Kittleman took the oath of office on the evening of Dec. 4 at Glenelg High School in Glenelg, becoming Howard County’s second Republican county executive.
Inaugurations are oftentimes occasions for newly-elected leaders to break new ground or try new themes. But Steve Schuh, at his Dec. 1 inauguration as Anne Arundel County executive and in his first month in office, has stuck to the tried and true.
Women-owned businesses racked up a huge win in mid-December when Congress passed the Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which included Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) sole source authority. Sole source authority, a critical tool to increase awards of federal contracts to women-owned businesses, was one of the few amendments to be included in the $577 billion measure.
In recent years, consumers and businesses have asked the Better Business Bureau (BBB) to create an option for customers to share feedback on business interactions. As a result, BBB serving Greater Maryland launched verified Customer Reviews on Jan. 5.
A recent article in the Washington Post business section decried the lack of fear of failure by many entrepreneurs, especially in the tech sector. In that space, it seemed to be a badge of honor to say that you had failed multiple times but still kept on trying, as if failure was no big deal and just a necessary prelude to success.
You may very well already have heard that Columbia Association (CA) will be relocating its headquarters by the end of August 2015, with the move to Hillside Center. The building is located on Hillside Court, off Stevens Forest Road, near Broken Land Parkway and Route 29.
Howard County to Provide Updates on the Master Plan for Aging Population
The Howard County Department of Citizen Services recently invited the public to get involved in a series of community meetings to discuss the status of the county’s Master Plan for the Aging Population.