For 40 years, one of the oldest movie theaters in the country sat empty on Baltimore’s North Avenue, languishing behind the grocery store that had moved into its lobby area. Behind a wall erected by the store’s owner, the theater’s domed ceiling, grand balcony and elaborate, decorative molding lay unseen
Governor Larry Hogan today announced that Maryland will host its first Business Summit on Thursday, May 18 at the Hilton Baltimore, bringing together Maryland business, education, and community leaders to focus on key issues impacting Maryland’s economy, including innovation and entrepreneurship, the global economy, human capital, and attracting venture capital.
Guest feature: Caitlin Squires works with the Allegany County Department of Tourism. Follow Mountain Maryland on Facebook and Twitter. This Memorial Day weekend, the Allegany County Fairgrounds will once again be alive with the sound of acoustic folk, bluegrass, newgrass, and roots-rock music at the annual DelFest. The four-day festival
Team Commerce is excited to be out and about celebrating dozens of companies and their special milestone anniversaries. We are continuing our outreach to all 24 jurisdictions, making sure that our customers are honored and acknowledged for their hard work and dedication to Maryland’s business climate. One of the largest
Guest feature: Megan Alvarez works for FrostburgFirst, a Maryland Main Street Community. Follow along on Facebook and Twitter. Meet local artists, catch live performances and demonstrations, attend specialty workshops, and make your own creations at the Frostburg Arts Walk 2017! This year’s Arts Walk is scheduled for Saturday, April 29 in
TranZed Apprenticeship Services in Baltimore County is not only redefining the word “apprentice,” but also the options high school and college grads have to get into Maryland’s workforce. As the state’s first registered apprenticeship program, TranZed has combined on-the-job training with relevant classroom time in hot fields such as IT,