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Maryland added 16,400 jobs in April, the job market’s strongest monthly showing in five years, the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation announced Wednesday morning. The gains were driven by robust hiring in the private sector, which added 15,000 jobs, more than 91 percent of the total. Governments added 1,400

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AboutEntrepreneursSmall Business

Members of Maryland’s small business community were honored this month during the Maryland Small Business Week Awards Program. Held at Martin’s West in Woodlawn, the program celebrated its 31st year by highlighting the importance of small business to the local economy and across the nation. “We hope that you’ll be inspired

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Maryland Living

This weekend, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) will host the 2015 Lacrosse Tournament semifinals and finals. And while this year’s competition may be held in Philadelphia, Maryland still represents its official team sport in a strong way. Tomorrow, the Maryland women’s lacrosse team takes on Syracuse for a spot

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Cybersecurity

Did you miss RSA™ Conference in San Francisco this year? Check out remarks and presentations by some of the Maryland cyber experts who participated: Michael Garcia, Deputy Director of the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, presented The Economics of

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Bio/Life SciencesHealth & Life Sciences

A colon cancer researcher from Johns Hopkins University has been awarded a $792,000 grant from the American Cancer Society. Nilofer Azad, MD – a member of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center and JHU assistant professor of Oncology – will use the four-year grant to study personalized therapies for individual colorectal

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EntertainmentEventsLabor StatisticsMaryland LivingTourism

The Preakness Stakes – the second jewel in horse racing’s Triple Crown – brings to Maryland not only thousands of visitors each May, but also millions in economic impact. From the dollars spent on wagering, to visitor expenditures on hotels and restaurants, to the state and local taxes generated, Preakness

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