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  • Havre de Grace building gets 80 percent tax credit

    A new property at 415 Pennington Ave. in Havre de Grace will be getting an 80 percent property tax credit. The city council introduced a resolution at its Monday meeting that would make the property eligible for Enterprise Zone benefits, which would...
  • Lavender Farm proposal takes Carroll Biz Challenge

    Lavender Farm proposal takes Carroll Biz Challenge
    Carroll County has a lavender farm opening in its near future. Dawn Pritchard, founder of Silver Linings Lavender Farm, a proposed agrotourism destination in the county featuring fields of lavender and a variety of lavender products, was named the 2014...
  • Lavender Farm wins Carroll Biz Challenge

    Lavender Farm wins Carroll Biz Challenge
    A trip to England inspired Dawn Pritchard to pursue opening a lavender farm in Carroll County and now with the help of the Carroll Biz Challenge, she may be open one year sooner than expected. Pritchard, founder of Silver Linings Lavender Farm, a...
  • Grassroots opens cold-weather shelter program

    Grassroots opens cold-weather shelter program
    The 11th season of the Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center's cold-weather shelter program got underway last week and will continue through March 30 at alternating Howard County faith communities. The shelter program is designed for people who cannot...
  • New group promotes businesses in 'SoFo Annapolis'

    New group promotes businesses in 'SoFo Annapolis'
    Ever been to the "SoFo" part of Annapolis? If you're not sure, don't feel badly. Until a few months ago, the name didn't exist. It was dreamed up recently by owners and managers of businesses along Forest Drive as a way to draw attention to stores and...
  • Early radio in Carroll County [Eagle Archives]

    Having grown up in Carroll County, I can tell you that, as late as the 1950s, radio was always a big deal in Carroll County. I remember our first television. It was a nice novelty. We still listened to the radio. On Nov. 18, 1932, according to the...
  • Red Maryland week in review

    Red Maryland week in review
    ++++++++++++++++++++ || ++++++++++++++++++++ || A Missed Opportunity Greg Kline writes that a resolution introduced at last weekend's Maryland Republican Party Convention was an opportunity to take a stand against bad apples within our ranks....
  • Cyber Monday, while less significant, could account for $2 billion in sales

    Cyber Monday, while less significant, could account for $2 billion in sales
    Consumers went in search of cyber deals Monday amid a barrage of emails and Web offers from retailers. But Cyber Monday may be losing its significance as the biggest online day of the season, thanks to this year's earlier and more diluted kickoff to...
  • Hampden shop offers a helping hand during shutdown

    Hampden shop offers a helping hand during shutdown
    Several of Sue Caldwell's regular customers at the Lovelyarns store in Hampden told her they are out of work until the government shutdown ends. That makes her sad, and listening to discussions on the radio about the shutdown frustrate her. "It...
  • HoCo Unsweetened initiative broadens horizons [Letter]

    I have been following the Horizon Foundation's HoCo Unsweetened initiative since its inception. As a parent and teacher, I see daily evidence of how sugary drinks affect children and adults. I have serious reservations about high fructose corn syrup, a...
  • Bank on a mission to feed the hungry

    Bank on a mission to feed the hungry
    Susquehanna Bank could have collected cans of beans and jars of peanut butter for local food banks in cardboard boxes. Instead, the regional bank is making its contributions via Facebook. For each "like," "share" or comment on its daily Stellar Deed...
  • Aereo will launch Internet TV service in Baltimore

    Aereo will launch Internet TV service in Baltimore
    Online television service Aereo Inc. plans to expand to the Baltimore area starting Dec. 16, offering monthly subscriptions starting at $8 for viewing or recording live television on smart phones, tablets and laptops, the Long Island City-based company...