In 1917, Western Anne Arundel County was characterized by small farms that grew crops for Baltimore and Washington markets. Basically, it was just a sleepy corner of Maryland.
The Fort Meade community learned about the Army’s ongoing force restructuring efforts during an Army Force Structure & Stationing Listening Session held in late March at the Fort Meade McGill Training Center.
With the goal of creating awareness about alternative forms of transportation including biking to work,
BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport has continued to work with airlines to boost domestic and international air service.
The widening of Route 175 — the principal access route to growing Fort George G. Meade — has been in the forefront of regional transportation priorities for more than 10 years,
CLEAR, the biometric identity platform that is in use at a growing number of airports nationwide, launched at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Wednesday, April 22.
The BWI Business Partnership Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was established to fund charitable projects and implement programs for business and community development in the Central Maryland region.
The annual Fort Meade Summer Concert Series will take place during the first four Saturdays in August at Constitution Park on Fort Meade. All shows start at 7 p.m. and are free and open to the public.
With panel presentations, noted government and industry keynotes, small-group educational sessions, exhibits and one-on-one mentoring,
Apple Ford Lincoln of Columbia traces its origin back to 1986, when the typical car-buying process was as boxy as the vehicles themselves.