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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.

Allegiant begins nonstop route From BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport to Florida

Allegiant has begun a new nonstop route to Punta Gorda Airport (PGD) in Florida from BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. To celebrate, the company is offering one-way...

MTC recognizes Maryland Craft Beverages app

The Maryland Tourism Coalition (MTC) recognized the Maryland Craft Beverages App as the best new Large Marketing Product or Event for 2021. Released in...

Casinos raise $142.7M in October 

Maryland’s six casinos generated $142,660,085 in gaming revenue during October of 2020. While casino capacities remain limited to 50% due to COVID-19 restrictions, the...

Introducing HowardOnTap, MD’s First Craft Beer Trail App

Tap the app, and experience the burgeoning craft beer scene centered in Howard County, Md. Howard County Tourism & Promotion (HCTP) announced in June of this year its partnership with locally-owned and operated technology firm TownSprout in the development of its new HowardOnTap craft beer trail app.

Grow & Fortify launches Maryland craft beverages app 

The Maryland Craft Beverages app is available in the Apple and Google Play stores. This free app allows craft alcohol drinkers in Maryland to...

Maryland Park Service’s Free Mobile App Makes Finding a State Park Easier

The National Park Service is less than a year away from celebrating 100 years, and its centennial celebration is expected to be nothing short of spectacular.

Howard County reopens Welcome Center

The Howard County Welcome Center, located at 8267 Main Street in Ellicott City, has reopened with limited hours from 12-4 p.m. on Saturday and...

Laurel Turns 150

The City of Laurel marks its 150th anniversary this year, with a full year of activities and special events to mark the occasion. In January,...

Introducing the Downtown Columbia Partnership

Downtown Columbia is undergoing a revitalization. Closing in on 50 years of age, Columbia is transforming its core with more shops, offices, residences, environmental and cultural amenities and greater connections between them.

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