The Howard Hughes Corp. broke ground on 10285 Lakefront in December, moving forward with the next phase in the revitalization of Downtown Columbia’s urban core. The four-story, $458 million state-of-the-art […]
George Berkheimer, Senior Writer
Could horse racing improve its odds with sportsbooks?
Horse racing is one of the oldest sports in the United States, but it remains a niche sport in terms of sports betting. Odds can change up to the instant […]
Howard County seeks public feedback on general plan update draft
Howard County released its draft “HoCo By Design” general plan update for public review and comment in December.
HCC partners with hospitals on apprenticeship programs
Howard Community College has expanded its workforce development offerings with the addition of two new apprenticeships.
Proposed Rosecroft sale abandoned
Prologis, a California-based industrial real estate developer, has opted not to proceed with its unsolicited bid to acquire Rosecroft Raceway from the Maryland Jockey Club. At the Maryland Racing Commission’s […]
Vanmarcke wins first-ever Maryland Cycling Classic ￼
Belgian cyclist Sep Vanmarcke of Team Israel-Premier Tech won the first-ever Maryland Cycling Classic supported by UnitedHealthcare on Sept. 4 in Baltimore. America’s top-ranked professional road cycling race took 110 […]
MD 32 widening project complete￼
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Howard County Executive Calvin Ball cut the ribbon to mark the completion of a five-year project to widen MD 32 between MD 108 and I-70 […]
TEDCO email spoofed: Don’t open certain messages
The Maryland Technology Development Corp. has announced that it is the victim of hacking activity that is spoofing TEDCO emails. According to Troy Lemaile-Stovall, TEDCO’s CEO, unidentified hackers gained access […]
Howard candidates file for County Council, Board of Education
Interest in political office in Howard County appears to have abated since the last gubernatorial election cycle. Whereas only one of the County Council districts lacked primary challenges in […]
Brewers brace for demand shock
After 15 months of survival mode, Maryland’s breweries are seeing a skyrocketing resurgence in popularity and sales. “Customer volume has drastically increased and we’re busier than normal,” said Ty Kreis, […]