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Campaigning Is Hard, but Governing is Much Harder

Winning the governorship in a blue state like Maryland was a difficult challenge for Republican Larry Hogan, but now comes the really, really hard part: governing with all those Democrats in the legislature.

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Butler Named New Howard County Fire Chief

Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman announced John Butler as the new chief of the county’s Department of Fire and Rescue Services on Jan. 20. Butler has served as acting chief since December 2014 and has been a member of the department since 1993. He is the first chief to have held every rank in the department.

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Schuh on the Other Side of the Table

Steve Schuh admitted it was a bit odd testifying for the first time before Anne Arundel County’s legislative delegation, which he chaired last year.

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Giving Back Delivers Great Rewards

Volunteering cultivates a happy, healthy and helpful community. That’s according to five Lime Kiln Middle School girls who just advanced to the second round of Verizon’s Innovative App Challenge for developing an app concept called VolunteerMe.

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Contracting Legislation Affects Large, Small Businesses

Legislative changes are happening right now that affect large and small businesses serving as federal contractors.

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Taxing Times: How to Choose an Accounting Firm

It’s probably too late to make a switch from your accounting firm before you file business taxes this year. However, it is a great time to re-evaluate what you’re getting for your money, what you need and what kind of you service you really want.

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It Must Be the Heat

January in Las Vegas brings us the Consumer Electronics Show, a vast homage to things technically possible, but often impractical, with its immense collection of dazzling cut-glass flyswatters.

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Red Wine Gives Me a Headache

Three years ago, I used my first article of the new year to vent a little bit about some wine stuff that I thought needed some attention. It was based on my personal observations of issues that I found came up regularly when people discussed their wine experiences.

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Chamber Corner

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If the above headline caught your attention and you thought that the legislature and hilarity are connected, read on.

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DISA Releases New Cloud Security Requirements Guide

The new Cloud Computing Security Requirements Guide (SRG) was recently released by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to provide guidance and policy to commercial cloud service providers and mission partners in the Department of Defense (DoD) as they explore cloud computing options.

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