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Guest feature: Matthew Scales is the Public Affairs Officer for the Maryland Port Administration. Follow along with the Port on Facebook and Twitter. Let’s face it: Maryland can be cold during the winter season. Last winter, our region experienced well below average temperatures and above average snowfall. As we prepare

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Guest feature: Lauren Dorrill works for the Department of Natural Resources. Follow DNR on Facebook and Twitter. Have you ever wondered what goes into surveying wildlife? How native plants and rain gardens help restore the Chesapeake Bay? Where to go for the best fishing, boating or paddling? Are you eager

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Video produced by Amanda Winters If you were around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor September 10-14th you may have noticed a bright blue vessel docked across from the Constellation.  This was the Kalmar Nyckel, a recreation of a Swedish merchant ship that carried settlers to the New World in 1638. The ship

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Are you an owner, or an employee, of a struggling hospitality business? Is there a hotel near your favorite vacation town that needs an extreme makeover? Now renewed for a third season, Gordon Ramsay and the Hotel Hell crew are searching nationwide for businesses in need of an overhaul. Maryland

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Maryland government agencies have a history of funding worker training projects, but never before has training been made so widely available across an entire industry. Under the direction of the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, the EARN (Employment Advancement Right Now) Maryland Workforce Training Initiative is now offering an unprecedented opportunity for

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Baltimore, MD (June 27, 2013) – Governor Martin O’Malley today announced that the State, through the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED), has approved a $150,000 grant to the City of Hagerstown to fund the Hagerstown Revolving Loan Fund (HRLF). Hagerstown is actively pursuing opportunities to attract and

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For Marylanders, the name McCormick calls to mind any number of flavors and aromas. The Sparks-based company, founded in 1889, develops hundreds of spices and seasonings, including Baltimore’s iconic Old Bay. But as the company has continued to expand into international markets, net income and revenue have risen, causing major gains for stockholders,

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Mary Sue Easter Eggs have filled Easter baskets across Maryland since 1948, but recently their reach has extended farther than ever. Baltimore-based production for the chocolate-covered creams will total between 3 and 5 million this spring (an exact count for 2013 has not yet been completed), according to Mike Weiss,

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Frederick-based Flying Dog Brewery recently opened its doors to the local producers of an essential beer flavoring ingredient—hops. The micro-brewery hosted the first University of Maryland Extension and Maryland Chapter of Northeast Hop Alliance Hops Conference, signaling significant growth in the local hops industry, the Frederick News-Post reported.

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