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CGC Holdings, Inc., a food distribution company in Jessup, recently completed construction and moved into a new 160,000-square-foot building in Howard County. Located at 7540 Assateague Drive, the new facility contains the company’s headquarters, warehouse, and distribution operations. CGC Holdings currently has 225 full-time employees and anticipates adding an additional

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Harford County House of Cards
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Season five of House of Cards debuted on Netflix this week, offering 13 new episodes of the popular political drama. Filmed in Maryland, the series provides locals the opportunity to take on roles as extras, spot a celebrity out and about, or recognize their neighborhoods in televised scenes. In addition

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Port of Baltimore expands
Maryland Economy

Guest feature: Richard Scher is the director of communications for the Maryland Port Administration. Follow the Port on Facebook and Twitter. Since last year, supersized container ships have been traveling through the newly enhanced Panama Canal and arriving at the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore. In order to handle the increased

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Howard County Farmers Market
Maryland Living

Guest feature: Brian Sheavly is the marketing director for the Howard County Economic Development Authority. Follow HCEDA on Facebook and Twitter. Howard County is welcoming summer with the return of its local farmers markets. This month, the county will be hosting farmers markets at five different locations, four days a week. Residents

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Knorr Brake Plans Expansion in Westminster
Job CreationManufacturing & Production

Knorr Brake Company, a manufacturer of braking, door, and HVAC systems for the mass transit rail industry, is expanding its corporate headquarters and manufacturing operations in Carroll County and adding 200 new jobs over the next six years. The company will invest $2.2 million and add approximately 30,000 square-feet of

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Civic Works' Amazing Race

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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