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Howard County kicks-off International Underground Railroad Month

Visit Howard County in partnership with Maryland Office of Tourism Development, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball, and the Howard County Historical Society, officially kicked-off International Underground Railroad Month in Howard County last...

Casinos generate $149.5 million in August

As Maryland’s six casinos continued operating at 50 percent capacity due to COVID-19, they generated $149,549,000 in gaming revenue during August, their second full...

In Brief

Mobile Passport Control App Expands to BWI Marshall Mobile Passport Control (MPC) has come to Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI). MPC is the...

Ellicott City’s B&O Railroad Museum Is Still Chugging Along After 40 Years

This August marked the 40th anniversary of the Ellicott City B & O Railroad Station being open as a museum.

Visit Annapolis turns memories into cash

Visit Annapolis & Anne Arundel County (VAAAC) is recognizing and helping support locals and businesses that hold a special place in the hearts of...

The Mid-Atlantic Expo Comes Alive for the Foodservice Industry

On Tuesday, Sept. 27, and Wednesday, Sept. 28, the Restaurant Association of Maryland (RAM) will host approximately 10,000 attendees at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, in Timonium, for the Mid-Atlantic Food, Beverage & Lodging Expo.

And The Best Goes On …

As the 2015 summer concert season comes to a close, Merriweather Post Pavilion will not only end another season of outstanding performances, but also finish the first phase of exterior renovations to the 48-year-old venue.

Columbia places fifth on Best Places to Live list

Columbia, Maryland has been named the fifth best place to live in America by Money Magazine in its annual Best Places to Live list. The...

35th Maryland Tourism & Travel Summit Returns to Howard County

The Maryland Tourism Coalition (MTC) will hold its 35th annual Maryland Tourism & Travel Summit (MTTS) at the newly renovated Turf Valley in Ellicott City on Oct. 28–30. This will be the summit’s third time at Turf Valley, and record-breaking attendance and sponsorship is expected.

Having Fun Is Serious Business

Howard County Tourism & Promotion’s (HCTP) board of directors, composed of business and community leaders together with Tourism’s team of marketing professionals, are moving Howard County forward as a weekend destination and smart choice for corporate travelers.

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