Annapolis-based Weems & Plath has entered its 95th year in business. The globally recognized nautical and weather instrument manufacturer was founded in 1928 by U.S. Naval Academy graduate and instructor […]
70 Acme Paper Edward and Mildred Attman founded Acme Paper & Supply Company in 1946 in a 1,500-square-foot rented garage in Baltimore. Today, three generations of the Attman family continue […]
Harkins Builders recently relocated its corporate headquarters to downtown Columbia, celebrating its first day in its new offices on Dec. 5 after what company executives called a strategic move from Marriottsville.
As the nation pauses to remember the attack on Pearl Harbor, which occurred 75 years ago on Dec. 7, 1941, the occasion has special meaning for a Columbia native who is serving in the U.S. Navy in the very location that drew the United States into World War II.
Samuel and Lucille Davis started renting bicycles to folks in Baltimore’s Clifton and Druid parks for 25 cents a day in 1936, naming their business Princeton Cycle Company after their New Jersey hometown.
Sister Patricia Eck, who serves with the Sisters of Bon Secours, celebrates this year her 50th jubilee, which recognizes her five decades of service with the Roman Catholic congregation. Eck is the congregation leader of the Congregation of the Sisters of Bon Secours of Paris.
25 Bridges to Housing Stability Bridges to Housing Stability began in 1990 as Congregations Concerned for the Homeless, a nonprofit formed by a group of churches concerned about a growing […]
At its first-ever fundraising event, Camp Attaway successfully raised more than $36,500 in celebration of its two decades of serving children and families. More than 160 supporters and corporate sponsors attended the Nov. 3 fundraiser at Jailbreak Brewing Company in Laurel.
At an Oct. 25 event celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Howard County Conservancy unveiled a $1.8 million expansion plan that will more than double its environmental education space and increase by 50% its administrative support areas.
Thirteen years ago, Joanne Smikle’s personal curiosity led her to the offices of Bridges to Housing Stability. She found that the nonprofit was making such a difference in people’s lives that she continued to be involved, and now serves as secretary on the board of directors.