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On May 7, BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport experienced its busiest day for departing passengers since the start of Maryland’s COVID-19 State of Emergency. Read about it
Huntress, of Ellicott City, announced a $40 million Series B investment round led by JMI Equity, which will allow for continued expansion of its cybersecurity 
platform to meet the evolving needs of its partners. See the details
Columbia-based Welldoc and Dexcom announced the first customer for a new integrated offering to drive improved health for people with Type 2 diabetes. More
True Sports Physical Therapy has selected the new Moose Athletic Club in Glen Burnie as its inaugural site in Anne Arundel County and ninth in the greater Baltimore metropolitan region. Read more
A team of researchers from the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) has developed a scalable process for producing a safe, high-energy-density battery anode — another landmark achievement in the Laboratory’s quest to create effective, durable lithium-ion batteries. Find out more
Community members and elected officials worked for years to ensure the City of Laurel wouldn’t lose the health facility formerly known as Laurel Regional Hospital. More info
The Crofton Civic Association has moved one vital step closer to realizing its desire to purchase the nearly 7-acre parcel, formerly known as the “Enclave” site, of land along Route 3 North when the County Council introduced legislation enabling the deal. See the details
Government News
The co-chairs of the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission announced its remaining six members, which were selected from hundreds of applications and consist of two Republicans, two Democrats and two independents. Read more
Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman announced the release of a new countywide mapping application, My Anne Arundel, which will allow residents to view and interact with a variety of county datasets, including capital improvement projects, planning and zoning, and transportation. See the details
City of Laurel Mayor Craig Moe has announced that the balanced fiscal 2022 Operating Budget and fiscal 2022–2027 Capital Improvement Program was approved a month early by a unanimous vote from the Moe and the City Council. Learn more
The City of Laurel has been awarded a SolSmart Gold designation for its efforts to make it faster, easier, and more affordable to go solar. Read about it
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May 18, 2021
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