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ice cream trail maryland
Agriculture

Summer is the perfect time to get outdoors and explore what Maryland has to offer. What better way to start than a trip to one of our many dairy farms or local ice cream shops for a sweet treat? July is National Ice Cream Month, giving Marylanders a delicious way

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Falling Branch Brewery
Maryland Living

For many Marylanders, memories of dad are scattered across the state. Casting a line into the Chesapeake Bay, the first bike ride without training wheels at Patterson Park, snow carving down Wisp’s bunny slope, or a white-knuckled highway driving lesson around I-695 come to mind. These reminiscences are just some

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Mother's Day flowers
Maryland Living

In the rush to prepare the backyard for grilling season and spring cleaning the house, Mother’s Day can sneak up and leave us scrambling for gift ideas and other ways to show how much we appreciate Mom. Don’t let Sunday, May 13 take you by surprise this year. Whether it’s

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Mother's Day Maryland Sailing
Maryland Living

In the rush to prepare the backyard for grilling season and spring cleaning the house, Mother’s Day can sneak up and leave us scrambling for gift ideas and other ways to show how much we appreciate Mom. Don’t let Sunday, May 13 take you by surprise this year. Whether it’s

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small business
Events

It’s National Small Business Week, and in Maryland that means we’re celebrating the companies that form the bedrock of our economy. Maryland has more than 580,000 small businesses, which means our small business community makes up more than 99 percent of all the businesses in the state. More than 1

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Made in Maryland Festival
EventsMaryland Living

From Chesapeake Bay seafood, to Smith Island Cake, to many of the home brews and wines crafted by the state’s local breweries and wineries, it would seem impossible to be able to sample Maryland’s vast food and drink options all in one day. But the Made in Maryland Festival is

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EventsInformation & TechnologyIT and Cybersecurity

CNN described 2017 as “the year nothing seemed safe”. With data breaches at Equifax, school districts across the country, and even the National Security Agency, cyber attacks impacted untold millions of people in 2017 alone. The trend is on track to continue in 2018 – already, the Identity Theft Resource

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Hill Killer Maryland Jersey
Maryland EconomyMaryland LivingProfiles

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, don’t forget to pick up a little something special from one of our local retailers. Maryland businesses offer plenty of options for your loved ones no matter what region you live in. Here are a few of our favorite gift ideas for the

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Pigtown Main Street
Profiles

Baltimore City’s long history has crafted neighborhoods with colorful stories and unique traditions. The community of Pigtown, located along Washington Boulevard, has a past that you can probably guess centers around all things swine. The neighborhood was home to railroad workers constructing the B&O line in the 1840’s. Once completed,

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colossal blue crab cake
Maryland EconomyMaryland Living

As part of our #BuyLocalMD series this holiday season, the Maryland Department of Commerce hopes to inspire you to explore the small businesses in your own community. Nothing says the holidays like a delicious homemade meal. Here at Maryland Commerce, we suggest spicing up your meals with some local flavor.

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