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  • Mindgrub Technologies moves to former Phillips site in Locust Point

    Mindgrub Technologies moves to former Phillips site in Locust Point
    When app developer Mindgrub Technologies outgrew its space for the umpteenth time, CEO Todd Marks did what any good tech entrepreneur would do — he turned to Google. An analysis of his employees' commutes using Google Maps and Google Earth led...
  • Hughes' endorsement doesn't mean much for ordinary Marylanders [Letter]

    Hughes' endorsement doesn't mean much for ordinary Marylanders [Letter]
    Harry Hughes, who worked longer as a lobbyist for big business than as Maryland's governor, has endorsed Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown in this year's gubernatorial primary. That is probably honest, since Mr. Brown seems to be strongly pro-business. But it does...
  • NRA talks sense (then changes its mind) [Editorial]

    NRA talks sense (then changes its mind)  [Editorial]
    It is a comfort, albeit one of small caliber, to learn that there are actions people can take in the cause of gun rights that are so extreme they give pause to some poor soul within the headquarters of the National Rifle Association. Recent demonstrations...
  • Appreciative of participation in women's conference [Letter]

    Thank you, Harford County, for joining Oak Grove Baptist Church in our fourth annual Women's Conference held March 22. With nearly 130 in attendance, we appreciated Michelle Mackall's talk on her passion to reach the hearts of teen girls and women so...
  • City passes latest property tax break

    City passes latest property tax break
    Property taxes for Baltimore homeowners will drop again under Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's plan to gradually lower the city's rate to bring it more in line with the rest of the state. The city's spending panel agreed Wednesday to lower the rate to...
  • Ellicott City farmers market seeks to grow community spirit

    Ellicott City farmers market seeks to grow community spirit
    With its historic Main Street and sloping hills lined with mill houses, old Ellicott City is known for its quaint beauty, which attracts scores of tourists each year. But some businessowners want to make the historic area attractive to those who live...
  • Ailing U.S. infrastructure needs public-private investment [Commentary]

    Ailing U.S. infrastructure needs public-private investment [Commentary]
    When traveling this summer, you will likely encounter some combination of traffic on the highway, large crowds and delays at the airport and high gas prices. Some of this is the natural result of vacation season, but these experiences are also due to...
  • In a pop-up, Dylan's Oyster Cellar deserves permanence

    In a pop-up, Dylan's Oyster Cellar deserves permanence
    Pop-up shops — businesses that open temporarily to present new concepts before hopefully graduating to a permanent location — make sense, especially in Baltimore. We can be a capricious group to impress, so a business that chooses to refine...
  • Opportunity, adjustment in the air for Md. Film Festival

    Opportunity, adjustment in the air for Md. Film Festival
    Kevin Brown knows opportunity when it shows up at his front door. When news broke this year that the annual Maryland Film Festival would be leaving its home at the Charles Theatre for a series of venues, including several near the restaurant he runs...
  • GOP candidates take aim at Democrats

    GOP candidates take aim at Democrats
    In their only scheduled debate on Baltimore television, the four Republican candidates for governor depicted Maryland as overtaxed and overspent under a Democratic administration, creating a climate in which businesses are fleeing to neighboring states....
  • 'Economic gardening' to cultivate job growth

    'Economic gardening' to cultivate job growth
    Michael Spinosa overflows with enthusiasm about the team that helped his Columbia company figure out new strategies for growth — at no charge. That might not sound like economic development, if your conception of it is multimillion-dollar...
  • Dividing up the casino winnings

    Dividing up the casino winnings
    Tens of billions of dollars have been wagered in the state's casinos since the state legalized slot machines and table games — spinning off funds for schools, the horse racing industry and local programs that have financed everything from paving and...