Enterprise Worldwide's highest honor, the Firm of the Year award, was presented to Weyrich Cronin & Sorra at the Enterprise Worldwide Annual Symposium on May 29, 2014 at Walt Disney World's Contemporary Resort.
Entrepreneurial success does not occur overnight, but by working together to foster stronger relationships between industry and higher education, we will make Greater Baltimore an environment where entrepreneurship thrives, innovation is fostered and robust industry growth is assured.
Redistricting since the last election has significantly altered the boundaries of Legislative District 35. What was formerly an all-Harford County district encompassing Abingdon, Bel Air and the northern third of the county has been shifted eastward to take in western and northern Cecil County, with the Bel Air area and Abingdon moving into neighboring District 34.
District 12 candidates have been hustling; sending out mailers, knocking on doors and shaking hands at the early voting polls. But underlying the outward markers of a campaign – forums, face time – lie the candidates' campaign finance numbers, which tell their own stories of support and strategy.
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, which supplies water to Prince George's and Montgomery counties, is under fire from many in Laurel for opening all seven floodgates of the T. Howard Duckett Dam April 30 following days of heavy rain.
While most of Howard's state legislative races this primary season are packed with candidates vying for a chance to head to Annapolis, the county's council races have been relatively uneventful, with one notable exception.
The Bel Air town commissioners voted 4-0 Monday evening in favor of resolutions increasing zoning and sewer system development fees, as well as increases in fees to use the Bel Air Reckord Armory and its facilities.
Baltimore County received $1.5 million to fund small, women and minority owned businesses through the Maryland Small, Minority and Women-Owned Business Loan Fund, according to a Wednesday, June 18 county-issued statement.
More millennials are creating their own jobs, either as a response to a continually crummy economy in which they can't find work, or because they would rather be their own bosses and run their own businesses.
Bel Air's town commissioners and staff spent two hours last week discussing the future of the armory marketplace project and, despite strong reservations from the Mayor Robert Reier, they decided to move ahead with converting the Bel Air Reckord Armory's rear garages to commercial space.
A Towson-based company founded less than 10 years ago has emerged as one of the biggest players in the local real estate scene, drawing on its principals' deep ties to the area to build political and financial support for its plans.
Construction plans for the Columbia Association's lakefront wellness retreat were put back on track Thursday night after the Board of Directors voted to allocate an additional $1.2 million in capital funds to the project.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Charles Lollar, an ordained preacher and former tea party activist, spreads a spirited message about rising above partisanship. He contends that he is the candidate best able to beat a Democrat in November.
Although it was repealed by the Harford County Board of Education in January, the controversial "pay-to-play" fee charged to families of students participating in interscholastic sports will be back for the 2014-15 school year, as school officials are also starting to question if the athletic program is needed at all.