Marriott International, Inc., the world’s leading hotel company, announced today plans to relocate its global corporate office to a state-of-the-art, build-to-suit $600-million facility to be located in downtown Bethesda in Montgomery County. The county has been Marriott’s home for more than 60 years. The new complex will house more than
September 28 is National Drink Beer Day, so we’re raising glasses to Maryland’s craft brewing industry and highlighting some new breweries and several planning to open in the next few months. Maryland’s Craft Beer Economy The number of craft breweries is on the rise in Maryland and across the country.
Guest feature: Julie Oberg is the Communications Director for the Maryland Department of Agriculture. Follow along with MDA @MdAgDept and Maryland’s Best @MdsBest. Apple picking season is underway at many pick-your-own orchards, with plenty of late peaches, tomatoes and other crops available to choose from. “Pick-your-own orchards provide a great
Guest feature: Charles Schelle works for Frostburg State University. Follow along on Facebook and Twitter. For some Frostburg State University students, shopping on Main Street is no longer a mystery. A special student-only shopping event called Frostburg 101: A Taste of the City demystified downtown businesses for those FSU students
Money magazine announced its 2016 “Best Places to Live” list, and it includes a Maryland community at the very top spot. After analyzing 823 towns, Money chose Columbia as the number one best place to call home, citing diversity and nearby access to Baltimore and Washington D.C. as key factors that make it a
Nearly two dozen aviators including the Navy’s famed Blue Angels flight demonstration team will take to the sky October 15 and 16, 2016 as part of Maryland Fleet Week and Air Show Baltimore October 10-17. Maryland Fleet Week and Air Show Baltimore celebrates the rich maritime traditions of the Chesapeake
Summer vacation might be ending, but there is still time to squeeze in one last trip with the entire family. This weekend, wrap up the season by visiting one of Maryland’s 18 national parks for free. In honor of the National Park Service 100 year anniversary, parks across the country are
Amateur and professional photographers have the opportunity to submit photos that demonstrate lifestyle and beauty for Wicomico County Tourism’s 2016 Photo Contest. Photos can be of anything taken in Wicomico County in the past two years, although some suggested topics include nature & the outdoors, culture, shopping, food & drink,
Governor Hogan tours the damage in Ellicott City. Video courtesy of WBAL Radio. Local businesses and organizations from across the state are coming together to help Ellicott City get back on its feet. The historic town, built in 1772, suffered extensive damage from record flood waters on Saturday, July 30.
In our first two blog posts in our Success in Maryland series, we highlighted two components of success that are incredibly helpful for business— workforce and location. But Success in Maryland isn’t solely about business, it’s about quality of life, too. Today, we recap what several company representatives have told