Posted inCoronavirus, Health, Howard County, Nonprofit

Caring for HCGH caregivers

The staff at Howard County General Hospital (HCGH) is looking for increased support to help care for their workers as they care for patients. Their immediate need is for meals for the staff. With a cost of approximately $9,000 a day, food purchases will also give local restaurants some needed business. Donate via https://howardhospitalfoundation.thankyou4caring.org/donationpages/covid-19.

Posted inCoronavirus

New Emergency Funds in Howard

Four local philanthropies have announced new emergency funds and actions to support community members affected by the coronavirus. The Community Foundation of Howard County, Horizon Foundation, United Way of Central Maryland and Women’s Giving Circle of Howard County are working together to assess where assistance may be needed, provide funding, and accept donations. They are working to assist Howard County nonprofits on […]

Posted inCoronavirus

MEP offers resources for manufacturers

 The Columbia-based Maryland Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MD MEP) is announcing several new platforms and programs to help Maryland’s manufacturing community meet the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. How Maryland manufacturers can help MD MEP has been asked to identify Maryland manufacturers who are currently providing or have the capabilities to quickly develop and produce […]

Posted inReal Estate

KLNB announces $7.4M sale in Columbia

KLNB has announced the sale of Rivers Corporate Centre in Columbia for $7.4 million (or $173 per rentable square feet). The 42,860 square-foot, two-story Class A office building located at 10330 Old Columbia Road was 100 percent leased at the time of sale. “We’re looking forward to continuing to grow our portfolio throughout the state […]

Posted inBusiness News

Freedom Consulting acquires St. Louis’s Geodata IT

Columbia-based Freedom Consulting Group (FCG) is pleased to welcome Geodata IT, a St. Louis-based, geospatial IT solutions provider for agencies within the U.S. Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community to its growing family of companies. “The innovation and growth in the geospatial intelligence community in St. Louis was certainly appealing as we evaluated where […]

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At Speed Motors moves to Elkridge

At Speed Motors, which works with an international clientele to help purchase and sell high-end automotive brands, has moved from Millersville and signed a lease with Hill Management Services for space in Baltimore-Washington Commerce Park in Elkridge. The company recently relocated its showroom and offices to 7389 Washington Boulevard in a 28,800-square-foot warehouse/industrial building. At […]

Posted inCommunity News

Aging facilities, new needs

Redevelopment and new construction are in full swing in all of downtown Columbia’s neighborhoods. Merriweather Post Pavilion has undergone a major renovation. Revitalization efforts have breathed new life into several Village Centers, and others are now moving in that direction. One thing they all share is a connection with the Columbia Association (CA), the management […]