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Constellation to Acquire Division of ConEdison Solutions

Constellation will acquire ConEdison Solutions’ electricity and natural gas business, expanding the Baltimore-based energy supplier’s customer base to 2.5 million. Constellation, a subsidiary of Exelon, on Wednesday announced it had entered into a definitive agreement with ConEdison Solutions, a subsidiary of New York-based Consolidated Edison Inc., to acquire its retail energy and natural gas division, […]

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Crockett Facilities Services Awarded Chiller Retrofit Project at Bowie State University

Crockett Facilities Services has been awarded the building chiller retrofit project for Harriet Tubman Residence Hall at Bowie State University in Bowie, MD.

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NSA construction project expected to impact traffic, environment, historic buildings

A major National Security Agency construction project on Fort George G. Meade could affect local traffic, environmental resources and two historic structures. The Department of Defense seeks public comment on a draft environmental impact statement for its East Campus Integration Program, which will integrate NSA campuses on the installation. The draft statement lays out a proposed […]

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Energy News From CQI Associates – 2016 Temperature Records

Last summer temperatures were on average 2.7 degrees hotter than the 20 year average. Looks like this year may be even hotter. Last week and this week the utilities have experienced consecutive peak load days. The real feel temperature on Monday exceeded 100 degrees. Your Peak Load Contribution calculation on Monday will impact your energy […]

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Patuxent Research Refuge Featured in Film Series on Urban Refuges

July 25, 2016, Los Angeles, CA — Tandem Stills + Motion and the National Wildlife Refuge Association released today a short film on the Patuxent Research Refuge, located in Laurel, Maryland, outside of the major metropolitan areas of Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. The film is one of several being created byTandem in an ongoing collaboration with the Refuge […]

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Maryland gained 9,800 jobs in June

Maryland gained 9,800 total jobs in June thanks to increases in the leisure and hospitality industry and information technology. The state’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.3 percent, a slight decrease from 4.5 percent in May, according to preliminary data released Friday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The private sector added 11,700 jobs. Leisure and […]

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Baltimore City Council president opposes $15 minimum wage proposal, floats smaller increase

Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young says he will not vote in favor of a minimum wage hike any higher than $11.50 per hour. Young’s comments on Tuesday come as lawmakers weigh a bill to raise the city’s minimum wage to $15. The council president said the $11.50 would mirror measures that have already […]

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Give Back Program Book Donations Support Military Families in the Fort Meade Region

An innovative program to benefit military families was celebrated Monday with a ceremonial ribbon cutting on Fort Meade. This event kicks off the placement of collection bins across the installation to directly benefit the Directorate of Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation (DFMWR). DFMWR was represented by their Director, Martha McClary. Far Corner Inc, the Columbia, […]

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Redevelopment Proposals for 312 Main Street Laurel, Maryland

The City of Laurel Community Redevelopment Authority (CRA) is seeking redevelopers and/or redevelopment teams (the “Developer”) to submit proposals for the purchase and development of property owned by the City of Laurel CRA known as 312 Main Street, Laurel, Maryland (the “Site”). The Site, consisting of 14,050 square feet, is located with-in the Eastern Main […]

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Spirit Airlines to Begin Nonstop Service from BWI to Fort Myers and Tampa on November 10th

MIRAMAR, Fla., July 19, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Need a vacation from the election season? As the never-ending battle for presidential power plays out on the national stage, Spirit is delivering new escape options from the nation’s capital following the madness of Election Day. So halt those social media rants, turn off your news alerts, […]

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