In conjunction with the state Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation and other agencies that assist disabled members of communities across Maryland
With its large population, strong economy and the presence of so many critical statewide and national assets, Anne Arundel County is poised to be a model for the rest of the state — an economically vibrant community with strong schools, safe streets, an efficient county government and clean and picturesque waterways.
Baltimore Gas & Electric (BGE) is proposing to develop two electric microgrids — one in Baltimore City and one in Howard County — as part of a pilot program to test the microgrid concept.
In honor of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman and Larry Twele, CEO of the Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA)
There was a time when Marylanders could feel quite good about their economy.
Continuing its long history of supporting community organizations working to improve health and wellness in Howard County, The Horizon Foundation awarded almost $1.2 million in grants in 2015.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) and Americans for the Arts, arts organizations, and the creative people they employ, stimulate innovation, strengthen our nation’s competitiveness in the global marketplace and play an important role in building and sustaining economic vibrancy.
2015 has come to a close, and 2016 is here. What does that mean for Maryland’s workforce?
The Maryland Department of Commerce (DOC) has launched a new international initiative aimed at boosting exporting by Maryland companies.
The U.S. economy is now in its 78th month of economic expansion. After two months of soft job growth at the end of summer, the nation bounced back in October, producing 298,000 net new jobs according to the latest estimate, followed by 211,000 net new jobs in November.