Frederick County ‘Activity Centers’ Help Channel Growth
Brunswick represents one of the eight areas in Frederick County that made the list of 139 activity centers approved this year by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
Generators Provide Back-up Power During Outages
WASHINGTON – Maryland residents who fear the next winter storm will cut their power supply might appreciate CDS Logistics President Roy Cranford’s vision of stationary generators one day becoming as commonplace as air conditioners.
Maryland Democrats Celebrate at Party’s Inaugural Ball
Maryland’s ruling class turned out in their finest Sunday evening for the state Democratic Party’s Inaugural Ball at the Gaylord Hotel.
Maryland Looks to Buses to Loosen Traffic-tied I-270
Interstate 270 has become increasingly congested and relief for commuters is miles away.
Maryland Politicians Call for Compromise to Prevent Sequester
Maryland’s location near to the nation’s capital will cause sequestration to have a stronger influence on the state’s economy, Gov. Martin O’Malley said to employees at FLIR Systems, a thermal imaging company here.
Maryland Politicians Discuss Sequester’s Impact on BWI, State Businesses
The automatic spending cuts that began Friday could result in longer lines at airport security checks and closure of air traffic control towers if Congress doesn’t agree on a way to reduce the budget.
Maryland Small Business Owners Tell Congress to Reform Taxes
Two Maryland business owners pushed their tax reform proposals to help companies succeed and plan for the future at a House Committee on Small Business hearing Wednesday.
Md. Public Service Commission Allows Temporary Opt Out of Smart Meters
Regulators have allowed customers to continue to opt out of smart electric meters, amid public concerns about their safety.
Sequester Could Close Five Regional Air Traffic Control Towers
Air traffic control towers at Maryland’s five regional airports could shut down on April 1 as the Department of Transportation plans ways to cut its budget should the sequester occur, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said Friday.
UMD Lab Helps Keep Inauguration Traffic on Track
A transportation system created by the Center for Advanced Transportation Technology Laboratory at the University of Maryland, College Park will be used during Monday’s Presidential Inauguration