Ask some neighbors or colleagues about their Labor Day weekend tomorrow, and prepare to hear how busy it was. Several malls featured back to school sales, kids had a baseball tournament, lots of e-mails to catch up with at work, and the house needed some cleaning. We're too busy, goes the lament, to enjoy free time.
Dress codes are easing and lower dues are offered for young members at The Engineers Club of Baltimore in Mount Vernon and The Center Club, Downtown. Both have invested millions of dollars over the last five years to revamp aging facilities and maintain the appeal of exclusivity to attract those with money to spend.
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.
When Scott Ewart started writing his "technology scorecards" in January of this year, his first thought was that the posts, which link to social media websites for every candidate in Howard County's burgeoning field of options, could be a good resource for voters.
The Harford County Public School Board of Education voted to send students to school on April 17 - previously slated as a day off spring break - to make up for an instructional day missed for inclement weather.
Local women Julie Kaplan and Julie Phillips came back from a year of adversity with determination to do something positive. They began raising money for Heifer International, a charity that supplies poor families with livestock.
Millennial Media, a five-year-old mobile advertising firm based in Baltimore, has proposed an initial public offering of shares of its common stock in paperwork filed Thursday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.