Local business
CAMBRIDGE – For months, curious Cambridge onlookers anxiously pondered the fate of the vacant, longtime home of the Lutheran Mission Store at 415 Race St. All the while, the …
Development
Maryland Comptroller Brooke Lierman got an up-close look last week at two growing Cambridge enterprises. The visit was part of her larger Eastern Shore tour, with additional stops at the opening …
Business Organizations
As part of National Apprentice Week, the Dorchester Chamber of Commerce Education Committee teamed up with the new Dorchester County Public Schools Career Coaches to announce an information sharing …
The Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area Management Board presented its most coveted annual award to five individuals and organizations at a recent reception in the Dorchester Center for the …
The board of the Pine Street Committee, also known as the Cambridge Empowerment Center, has appointed Sharon Chester as its new part-time executive director. Chester grew up in Cambridge and …
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Department of Natural Resources
ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland Department of Natural Resources’  Fall Oyster Survey  recorded a remarkable year for juvenile oysters in Maryland waters, finding both prolific numbers …
DENTON – The inaugural class of the Powerline Worker Pre-Apprenticeship program graduated on Dec. 20, 2023. Seven participants completed this 13-week program offered by Wor-Wic Community …
The University of Maryland Extension, University of Delaware Extension and the Maryland-Delaware Forage Council once again invites forage producers, grazers, livestock owners and associated industry …
Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay in Cambridge has announced its schedule of holiday experiences for guests. Throughout the season, the resort will feature a variety of seasonal activities including …
CROWNSVILLE – The Maryland Department of Planning announced last week that the Maryland Historical Trust has awarded 10 projects totaling more than $20 million in historic …
Maryland tourism More than 43.5 million people visited Maryland in 2022 and spent $19.4 billion, topping pre-pandemic levels, according to an economic impact report recently released by the …
Dr. Mahmoud S. Shariff knows firsthand how it feels to come to a new place to practice medicine, and find a community to call home. Despite top-notch education and training, the native of …
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Oyster Shucking House Loan Fund has been established by Maryland Agricultural & Resource Based-Industry Development Corporation (MARBIDCO) to help finance the cost …
ANNAPOLIS — The Department of Natural Resources is considering specific dimensions for a bushel, lug and barrel for holding blue crabs and that commercial harvesters use a defined container to …
$20M to Md. rail projects U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen, Congressman Kweisi Mfume and Governor Wes Moore (all D-Md.), on Oct. 2 announced $20,384,317 in U.S. Department of …
Maryland real estate The Maryland Department of Commerce has partnered with  REsimplifi  to expand the state’s site selection portal from 450 active properties to more than 3,100 …
Some potential cannabis businesses are criticizing the tight turnaround to obtain new licenses to grow, process or distribute marijuana, after the Maryland Cannabis Administration …
Moore, Miller at State Fair Governor Wes Moore and Lieutenant Governor Aruna Miller on Saturday visited the 142nd Maryland State Fair in Timonium to celebrate the work of the Maryland …
DOVER — There are seven active offshore wind turbines in the United States as of last month: Five turbines are 3.8 miles off the coast of Block Island, Rhode Island, while two sit approximately …
From Massachusetts to North Carolina, states along the East Coast are banking on a renewable energy source to aid their climate goals: offshore wind. And, while Delaware may be further behind in the technology than neighboring New Jersey and Maryland, the state is once again exploring the idea of establishing wind turbines off its coast.
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