SEPTEMBER ISSUE
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Inside you will hear from:
Calvin Ball, Wendy Bolger, Susan Garber, Kate Heatherington, Ananta Heejebu, Amanda Hof, Arkady Lapidus, Dawn Lindsay, Leonardo McClarty, Michael Martirano, Marsha Perry, Steuart Pittman, Kristi Simon, Larry Twele, Steve Wecker and more!
Local News
Roving Radish, a Howard County program that provides healthy meal kits sourced from local farms, has opened its first storefront in Long Reach Village Center. Read more and see the video
After 60 years of serving the greater Glen Burnie community, the owners of the Sunset Restaurant have announced that it will close due to the financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. See the details
Howard County announced that an Agreement of Sale has been reached to acquire the Savage remainder property, a 4.8-acre parcel located to the west of Savage Mill, for $1.725 million. Find out more
A new record was recently set at the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore’s Seagirt Marine Terminal, with 5,536 container moves conducted by longshore workers. Learn more
Eric Liu, co-founder and CEO of Citizen University in Seattle, will bring the concept of “civic fitness” to Leadership Howard County (LHC). Read more
The Baltimore Business Journal has reported that Marley Station, a 33-year-old, two-level regional shopping mall at the intersection of Route 2 and Route 100, is up for auction. Read about it
Laurel Mayor Craig Moe and the City of Laurel have created the Laurel Strong COVID-19 Small Business Grant Program, which will award grants in the amount of $500 to $10,000 to businesses negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out how to apply
The U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) and St. John’s College signed an agreement for midshipmen to utilize St. John’s College dormitory capacity this fall. Learn about it
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced $1 million for innovation and operational grants for Howard County nonprofits. The Rise to the Challenge grants, which are funded through the CARES Act, will begin accepting applications Sept. 1. See how to apply
The Central Maryland Chamber is partnering with The Business Monthly to produce the 2020-2021 Central Maryland Chamber Relocation & Business Guide. CMC members, you will want to be part of this award winning publication! Call 410-740-5077 or click HERE to email us. See last years Guide HERE.
Starting on Sept. 8, Anne Arundel County Council meetings will begin at 6 p.m. and will include closed captioning. Learn more
Captain Matthew Morean of the BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport Fire and Rescue Department has been honored by the Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Working Group with the Brian Pugh Outstanding ARFF Training Officer Award.  Find out more
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