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Teaching Strategies
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Teaching Strategies, a leading developer of early childhood education curriculum and assessment resources, is relocating from Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda and expanding its headquarters to a new location on East-West Highway, also in Bethesda. The growing company plans to create nearly 50 jobs, with hiring already under way. Teaching Strategies

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VOR Technology
Breaking NewsIT and Cybersecurity

VOR Technology LLC, a veteran-owned cybersecurity firm based in Columbia, plans to expand its workforce after receiving multiple contracts from the U.S. Department of Defense. To meet the growing demand for its services and cybersecurity expertise, the company anticipates creating more than 60 new jobs in the Fort Meade area.

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Sideling Hill Welcome Center
Breaking NewsMaryland LivingTourism

Six years after being closed to the public, the Sideling Hill Welcome Center is officially open for business. Known as a gateway to Western Maryland, the center is home to the history, beauty, and adventure offered throughout Washington, Allegany, and Garrett counties. The grand reopening ceremony was held Friday afternoon

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Maryland Department of Commerce
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Governor Larry Hogan today announced the formation of the Maryland Department of Commerce and appointed Mike Gill the state’s first Secretary of Commerce. Formerly known as the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED), the new Department of Commerce will focus on attracting, retaining, and expanding businesses and creating

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Pinnacle Foods Brands
Breaking NewsJob CreationManufacturingManufacturing & Production

Pinnacle Foods Inc. (NYSE: PF), a leading producer, marketer and distributor of high-quality branded food products in the U.S., has announced plans to locate a manufacturing facility in Hagerstown. The company initially plans to create 85 to 125 full-time jobs in Hagerstown by December 2018.   The facility, formerly owned by

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Maryland universities
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Six new research professorships have been endowed with $14.9 million in private donations and state funding, the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) announced Wednesday. The state funds were committed through the Maryland E-Nnovation Initiative, which matches private donations to universities for basic and applied research in scientific

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Woodgrain Millwork
Breaking NewsJob CreationManufacturingManufacturing & Production

Woodgrain Millwork, a family-owned and operated business that is one of the largest millwork operations in the country, has announced plans to open a new distribution center in Baltimore City. The company – a manufacturer of mouldings and turnings, and distributer of doors, windows, and other woodwork – will locate

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Gordon Ramsay Hotel Hell
Breaking NewsEntertainmentHospitality & RecreationTourism

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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New Jobs
Breaking NewsJob CreationMaryland Economy

Maryland added 12,000 private sector jobs in July, the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) reported Friday morning. Overall, employment increased by 9,200 positions as government jobs dropped 2,800. The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 5.2 percent. Labor officials also softened June’s initial jobs report, revising the loss to

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VariQ plans expansion
Breaking NewsIT and CybersecurityJob Creation

IT and cybersecurity solutions company VariQ Corporation is expanding its presence in Montgomery County with the addition of more than 250 new jobs. The company plans to relocate its existing headquarters in the county by moving to a larger, 26,000 square-foot space on Tower Oaks Boulevard in Rockville. To assist

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