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Economic Development Week
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Guest feature: Pam Ruff is the Executive Director of the the Maryland Economic Development Association. Follow MEDA on Facebook and Twitter. On October 22, we kick off Economic Development Week in Maryland to highlight the positive impact that is made every day in the name of job creation and investment

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Solar Eclipse Maryland
EventsMaryland Living

The most anticipated event of the month is quickly approaching. On August 21st, a total solar eclipse will cross over the United States, giving Maryland a great vantage point of the celestial event. The line of totality – where the moon completely blocks the face of the sun – is

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Naval Air Warcraft FabLab
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This week is National Week of Making, a celebration of the innovation and creativity of makers across the nation. Held from June 16-22, the week-long event encourages makers – including maker spaces, hacker spaces, community centers, non-profits, universities, and more – to host events and invite others in the community

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Maryland at Select USA
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This week, Maryland’s international team is heading to Washington D.C. for the Select USA Summit, the top Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) event in the country. The event provides an opportunity for Maryland to showcase its assets in front of an audience of international investors and businesses. We know U.S. expansion

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Antietam Brewery
EventsManufacturing & ProductionMaryland Living

Antietam Brewery officially opened its new 7,500 square-foot production facility in Hagerstown last week, hosting more than 100 guests including local residents and representatives, media, and beer enthusiasts. Located on Western Maryland Parkway, the brewery’s new location includes a tasting room with outdoor seating, a production space, and a canning

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Governor Hogan Maryland Business Summit
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Last month, more than 650 people gathered at the Hilton Baltimore for the first Maryland Governor’s Business Summit. Governor Hogan kicked-off the day reminding attendees that Maryland is Open for Business, and highlighting the driving influences behind Maryland’s momentum, including efforts to create jobs and cut taxes. Governor Hogan also discussed

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DelFest Crowd Festival
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With three stages, 35 bands, and a special guest appearance by country music star Dierks Bentley, the 10th anniversary of DelFest will go down in Allegany County history. “Everyone seems to say it was the best one yet,” said Barb Buehl, director of Allegany County Tourism. Held each year at

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Civic Works' Amazing Race
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Earlier this month, dozens of Baltimore’s top businesses came together for a friendly competition. Companies sent teams of six to face off in Civic Works’ First Annual Amazing Race. The race saw teams competing in a variety of challenges, all based around the themes of sustainability and urban agriculture. They

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Made in Maryland Festival
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The unpredictable spring weather couldn’t keep attendees away from the inaugural Made in Maryland Festival, the first event of its kind designed to celebrate local flavor and state spirit. Held on Sunday, May 7, the festival brought together more than 2,000 guests from across the state to celebrate Maryland’s talent,

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Maryland First Deaf Business Summit
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Guest feature: Allysa Dittmar is the communications and policy manager for the Governor’s Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Follow along on Facebook and Twitter. Last week, the Governor’s Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing hosted the nation’s first Deaf Business Summit: “Deaf Ecosystem: Maryland’s Open

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