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CCBC Offers Relief to Students Impacted by Government Shutdown

From: Community College of Baltimore County

Baltimore County, Md – Community College of Baltimore County is reaching out to those impacted by the government shutdown by providing tuition relief. For families impacted by government furloughs, C…
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Baltimore-area counties kick off restaurant weeks as city extends its dining promotion

Baltimore City has extended its twice annual Restaurant Week, with many eateries offering specials through Jan. 27. At the same time, counties in the region have kicked off their own promotions and…
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An extended shutdown could bode poorly for Maryland biotechs

Delays at the Food and Drug Administration could require companies to invest more money than they had planned for already expensive trials.
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Sickweather's new partnership to help HR reps predict sick days

A company that specializes in using data and mapping to track illnesses nationwide has developed technology that aims to help human resources departments predict how many sick days their employees wi…
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The Local Oyster will open a second location in Northern Virginia, joining other Baltimore eateries

The Local Oyster will be shucking down south starting next month. The Baltimore-based seafood bar plans to open a second location inside the Quarter Market, part of Northern Virginia's Ballston Qua…
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Moody's economist tells Maryland lawmakers to expect mid-2020 recession

An economist had a stark warning for Maryland lawmakers: Expect a recession in mid-2020. Moody's Analytics economist Dan White told members of the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee that because t…
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Anne Arundel Medical Center raises entry-level pay to $15 an hour

Anne Arundel Medical Center raised the minimum wage for its entry-level employees this week to $15 — a change the Annapolis hospital says has been in the works for years. "Three years ago, we decide…
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BBJ names 2019 CEO of the Year and Power 10 honorees

Since founding St. John Properties nearly 50 years ago, Edward St. John has built the company into one of the region's biggest developers. The Woodlawn-based company boasts a portfolio that includes…
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The Foundery makerspace is shutting down in City Garage

The Foundery, 19,000-square-foot makerspace in Port Covington, will close down operations inside City Garage on Jan. 27, after two and half years. The Foundery opened in summer 2016 and offered loc…
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Federal Hill gym Knockout Fitness expands to Towson

The boxing and fitness studio known for it's club-like environment is opening a second location along Towson's York Road.
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Clark Construction 'puts roots down' in Baltimore with first local office

“Quite frankly, we see the city as kind of on the move with a lot of promising opportunities," said an executive with the $5.6 billion construction firm.
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4th Annual Charm City Django Jazz Fest

Two nights of blazing guitar runs, accordion virtuosity, clarinet insanity, and jazz heat all in the spirit of the great Django Reinhardt!This year’s lineup features so much variety and talent includ…
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FY19 Creativity Grant Call for Panelists

The Maryland State Arts Council is seeking panelists to review grant applications for the recently announced Creativity Grant program. The Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) relies on a diverse array…
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Employment Opportunity at MSAC

MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE (CONTRACTUAL)STATE WAGE GRADE: 13SALARY RANGE: $17.88 – 28.27/ hourMARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE DIVISION OF TOURISM, FILM AND THE ARTS - MARYLAND STATE ARTS COUNCILThe Marylan…
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The Elephant's building in Mt. Vernon hits the market

The elegant former mansion that houses Mt. Vernon fine dining spot The Elephant is up for sale — but its owners hope the restaurant will remain. Steven Rivelis, who co-owns both the restaurant (thr…
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