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Marriott International Maryland
Breaking NewsTourism

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

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Maryland apple orchards
Tourism

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

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Blue Angels Ft. McHenry
Tourism

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

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C&O Canal Reenactment Cannon
Tourism

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

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Wicomico County Photo Contest Tourism
Tourism

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,

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Francis Scott Key Family Resort
Tourism

Francis Scott Key Family Resort is a sprawling family-friendly resort with 232 rooms, a mini-golf course, water park, diner and other exciting attractions. Family-owned and operated, the resort is currently run by Jim and Annemarie Dickerson—Annemarie’s father originally purchased the property in 1972. Back then, the expansive resort had only

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Wicomico County Tourism Trails
Tourism

Vanessa Junkin is the Assistant Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the Wicomico County Recreation, Parks, Tourism & Civic Center. Follow along with Wicomico on Facebook and Twitter. Wooded trails, waterfront views – enjoy nature’s beauty during a walk or run on one of Wicomico County’s trails. The trails

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Allegany County Tourism
Tourism

Guest feature: Caitlin Squires works with the Allegany County Department of Tourism. Follow Mountain Maryland on Facebook and Twitter. For most, the summertime season kicks off on Memorial Day weekend – school is over, the sun is out, and good times are ready to be had by all. Near the

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Wicomico County tourism kayak
Tourism

Guest feature: Vanessa Junkin is the Assistant Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the Wicomico County Recreation, Parks, Tourism & Civic Center. Follow along with Wicomico on Facebook and Twitter. This summer, get off the beaten path and into the water. Wicomico County Recreation, Parks and Tourism offers R.O.P.E., or River Otter

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Light City Baltimore
Innovation & TechTourism

In 1816, Baltimore illuminated its streets with gas lanterns. As the first American City to do so, Baltimore helped change the urban landscape forever. Two hundred years later, Baltimore still has that innovative spirit—one that Light City will showcase next week. Light City is the first large-scale, international light festival

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