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  • Adult leadership needed at City Hall

    Adult leadership needed at City Hall
    Two weeks ago I noted that Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's advocacy on behalf of the farm bill working its way through Congress proved that she was just more of the same of the failed leadership that Baltimore has been subjected to over the years.  The...
  • Natural Products Expo, one of city's biggest trade shows, returns Thursday

    Natural Products Expo, one of city's biggest trade shows, returns Thursday
    The Natural Products Expo, one of Baltimore's biggest trade shows, has been good for business for Eldersburg-based Salazon Chocolate Co. Three-year-old Salazon, which makes organic salted chocolate bars, convinced Wegmans supermarkets to sell its...
  • Baltimore firm welcomes FDA's final rules on mobile medical apps

    Baltimore firm welcomes FDA's final rules on mobile medical apps
    WellDoc Inc., a Baltimore-based company that makes mobile apps to manage chronic disease, welcomed the Food and Drug Administration's announcement Monday of final rules governing the development of mobile medical apps. "It does put us at ease that we're...
  • Marylanders flock to buy guns at rate of 1,000 a day

    Marylanders flock to buy guns at rate of 1,000 a day
    Marylanders have been rushing to buy guns at a rate of 1,000 a day over the past two weeks, hastening the pace of an unprecedented surge in gun sales. More than 102,000 gun purchase applications have been submitted so far this year — twice the...
  • Progress comes slow to a space-age town

     Progress comes slow to a space-age town
    As Baltimore area natives who retired to Chincoteague in 2006, we have a first-hand view not just of the launches but of the development of the various programs, infrastructure, policies and commercial by-products related to NASA's Wallops Research...
  • Learn to how to make 'Food for Profit'

    Whether it's making gourmet jams or jellies, baking bread and cakes, catering festive events or creating and packaging special dinners for one, food related businesses are becoming increasingly popular as a way to earn a living (or to add to your income)....
  • Howard ranks 2nd in nation in median income at $108,844

    Howard ranks 2nd in nation in median income at $108,844
    Howard County households are among the most prosperous in the nation, according to results from a recently released survey. Income data from the American Community Survey, an annual data collection project run by the Census Bureau to supplement the...
  • New signs point way on Columbia paths

    New signs point way on Columbia paths
    If you take a walk on some of the pathways around Wilde Lake or Lake Kittamaqundi in Columbia, you might notice a change in scenery. Amid the changing colors of autumn are 15 wooden posts displaying multiple blue directional signs. The signage,...
  • Glitches persist on Maryland health insurance exchange

    Glitches persist on Maryland health insurance exchange
    Technical problems continued to frustrate people attempting to access the new state health insurance exchange on Friday The issues with marylandhealthconnection.gov, the online exchange set up under national health reform, prompted some analysts to...
  • TESSCO's behind-the-scenes wireless work

    TESSCO's behind-the-scenes wireless work
    TESSCO Technologies supplies 30,000 different products to the wireless industry, the vast majority of them the sort that the nation's cellphone users don't see or hardly notice. Antennas. Cable. Industrial surge protectors. Ceiling tile enclosures that...
  • More than 300 Marylanders enroll in health plans in six days

    More than 300 Marylanders enroll in health plans in six days
    Since it launched last week, the state's new health insurance exchange has been used by 326 Marylanders to enroll in plans, while thousands of others created accounts to start shopping, despite persistent technical problems. A new report released...
  • Peer-to-peer ride-share app Lyft launching in Baltimore next week

    Peer-to-peer ride-share app Lyft launching in Baltimore next week
    Imagine you tap your need for a ride to the grocery store into your smartphone, and it connects you with someone else in your neighborhood who is headed in the same direction and willing to pick you up on the way. That's the concept behind the peer-to-...