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Prince George’s Hospital Center Earns Breastfeeding-Friendly Workplace Award

Cheverly, Maryland, October 1, 2015 – Prince George’s Hospital Center (PGHC), a Dimensions Healthcare System hospital located in Cheverly, Md., was awarded a Gold Breastfeeding-Friendly Workplace Award from both the D.C. Breastfeeding Coalition and the Maryland Breastfeeding Coalition. Together, in partnership, the two organizations recognize work sites committed to promoting and protecting female employees’ rights to […]

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Md. changes name, structure of economic development agency

Maryland officials promoted on Thursday a restructuring of the state’s economic development arm, saying the newly named Department of Commerce will foster a more business-friendly culture. The agency had been known as the Department of Business and Economic Development since the Glendening administration. Its name and structure were changed in April by legislation approved by […]

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Hurricane Threat Postpones Radio Broadcast at National Wildlife Visitor Center

Due to Hurricane Joaquin potentially impacting our area this weekend, we have postponed our live broadcast to Sunday, November 1st. You are invited to a live radio broadcast of Ray Brown’s Talkin’ Birds at the National Wildlife Visitor Center on Patuxent Research Refuge Sunday, November 1, 2015 9:30 AM-10:00 AM Talkin’ Birds is an interactive live radio show […]

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Amazon’s Baltimore warehouse has 3,000 workers. Here’s what it’s like.

Amazon.com Inc.’s hulking fulfillment center off Broening Highway is filled with the dull roar of 16 miles of conveyer belts shuttling packages throughout the more than 1-million-square-foot warehouse. The fulfillment center, which opened in March, has already blown away the company’s initial employment estimate of 1,000 staffers, and Amazon is still hiring, said Mike Thomas, […]

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Hogan, Franchot tout $200M tax refund, but judges and Howard County couple deserve credit

Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and Democratic Comptroller Peter Franchot were at the podium in the State House Monday taking credit for a $200 million income tax refund that 55,000 Marylanders could apply for. But it was actually judges on the U.S. Supreme Court and Maryland’s Court of Appeals that should have been standing there, or […]

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Losing Red Line a ‘self-inflicted wound’ for Maryland, Ben Cardin tells GBC crowd

Maryland’s congested roads will keep companies and people from relocating here. No transit solutions are on their way for Greater Baltimore now that the Red Line is no more. And nationally, money for highways and transit remain tied up in Congress’ budget battles. Such was the bleak picture painted Monday of the future of transportation […]

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Schuh, tourism officials to fly to Cuba

County Executive Steve Schuh and county economic development leaders are flying on the inaugural flight to Cuba from BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Wednesday for a three-day trip to establish a relationship with Cuban tourism officials. “(BWI) is rapidly becoming the gateway to the world,” Schuh said in a press release. “This trip will highlight […]

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Membership 101 October 8th

Thursday, October 08, 2015 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber (BWCC) 312 Marshall Avenue, Suite 104 Laurel, MD 20707 Membership 101 is for the benefit of  members and prospective members to learn about membership benefits with the organization.  Learn more about the opportunities the chamber has to offer from its very successful Energy […]

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Business Networking Series: Awkward to Awesome! October 1st

Thursday, October 01, 2015 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber (BWCC) 312 Marshall Avenue, Suite 104 Laurel, MD 20707 A series of networking, educational and fun events bringing BWCC members together.  The series is open to all BWCC members and their employees who want to practice their networking skills, best business practices […]

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AACC Design Team Wins Record-breaking Number of National Awards

Team Earned Eight Design Awards in 2015, Seven in 2014, Six in 2013 The Anne Arundel Community College Creative Services team earned eight Certificate of Excellence awards in Graphic Design USA’s 2015 American Graphic Design national design competition. Graphic Design USA has sponsored the competition for more than 50 years, and this year’s competition drew […]

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