Baltimore Sun: Tradepoint Atlantic says pandemic isn’t slowing growth at the Baltimore County distribution hub

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The pandemic has tested and exposed weaknesses in national supply chains, said Aaron Tomarchio, Tradepoint Atlantic’s senior vice president of corporate affairs during a virtual GBC Newsmaker event. Continue reading
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BBJ: Six mayoral candidates share their plans for luring businesses to Baltimore

How would you go about wooing a big-league business to take a chance and invest in a move to Baltimore? That was one of several questions posed by Greater Baltimore Committee CEO Donald C. Fry to six leading Democratic mayoral candidates during an online debate May 27 sponsored by the...
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M&T donates $200,000 to Maryland and Capital Area food banks

M&T Bank will contribute $200,000 to the Maryland Food Bank and Capital Area Food Bank to help the region’s two largest hunger relief organizations purchase and distribute food to those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak and related economic crisis throughout Maryland and Greater Washington. Continue reading
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CCBC names Dr. David A. Volpe new dean of Enrollment Management

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Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) has appointed Dr. David A. Volpe the new dean of Enrollment Management effective May 4, 2020.  Continue reading
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Howard Bank Donates More Than $100,000 to Key Organizations in Greater Baltimore as Part of its COVID-19 Relief Effort

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Howard Bank, a community-focused commercial bank serving businesses, professionals and individuals in the Greater Baltimore area, announced April 8 that it is committing more than $100,000 to organizations in Greater Baltimore as part of its COVID-19 Relief efforts. Continue reading
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Baltimore Sun: Gov. Hogan issues stay-at-home order for Maryland to stop spread of the coronavirus

Marylanders may only leave their homes for essential work or urgent medical care, to get food or prescriptions or for other “absolutely necessary” reasons, Gov. Larry Hogan said March 30  under a new “stay-at-home” directive to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Continue reading
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The Daily Record: Md. jobless claims soar to unprecedented levels

More than 42,300 people filed first-time unemployment claims in Maryland, a number that vastly exceeds the highest period of claims during the Great Recession. Continue reading
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The AFRO: Newsmaker Speaker Series: The Novel COVID-19 Outbreak

Amid the pandemic of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the global community has been put on halt. Severe safety precautions, federal regulated distancing and the closing of public entities have all been efforts to decelerate the spread of  COVID-19. Continue reading
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WYPR: How will coronavirus impact local business?

Across the country and in Maryland, the number of events large and small that have been canceled continues to grow.  And with Gov. Larry Hogan banning large gatherings of people here in Maryland, business owners are wrestling with the prospect that COVID 19 might severely impede both their customers...
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