CAMBRIDGE — Cambridge Main Street/Downtown Cambridge recently announced that it is extending the current Farmer’s Market Season through the Thursday before Thanksgiving. The last day of the Cambridge Farmer’s Market will now be Thursday, Nov. 19.
EASTON — The CEOs of Twitter, Facebook and Google will be on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, Oct. 21, to testify before the Senate Commerce Committee over online censorship of a New York Post story on Hunter Biden and the suspension…
ST. MICHAELS — More businesses, events and tourists are emerging across the Eastern Shore as Maryland’s coronavirus situation has shown improvements and coronavirus-weary locals and visitors yearn to get outside after months of being sequestered at home.
EASTON — Wright’s Interiors recently announced their new showroom location at 15 Goldsborough St. in Easton. A family-owned business started in 1969 by Bob Wright, Wright's Interiors specializes in blinds, shades and shutters. Their new showroom is conveniently located with…
The Charles Street Promenade was an effort by the Downtown Partnerships of Baltimore and other organizations to invigorate local businesses and let pedestrians stroll along one of Baltimore's most famous commercial and residential corridors.
WASHINGTON — Katie Duncan has been a loyal consumer of Coca-Cola Cherry Zero Sugar for around two years, appreciating the lack of calories and glad that it has “a little bit of flavor to it.”
Sinclair Broadcast, planning to host Trump town hall Wednesday, will remove commentary dismissive of mask-wearing
Sinclair Broadcast Group, the Hunt Valley-based TV station owner and operator, will remove commentary in its latest “America This Week” program that dismisses mask-wearing as way to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Second Alarm Brewhouse has opened its doors in Pasadena and celebrates today. But instead of cutting a ribbon, they will be cutting a hose.
Sinclair Broadcast, planning to host a Trump town hall next week, will remove broadcast commentary dismissive of mask-wearing
Hunt Valley-based Sinclair Broadcast said Friday it will remove a portion of commentary in its America This Week program that dismisses mask-wearing as way to slow COVID-19. The segment is slated to air this weekend on local news programs on Sinclair-owned TV stations.
Tradepoint Atlantic is getting $9.9 million in federal funding to continue development of the shipping hub on the site of the former Bethlehem Steel mill in Sparrows Point, members of Maryland’s congressional delegation announced Friday.
Months into pandemic, exodus of Baltimore office workers leaves void for downtown’s small businesses
Seven months after the coronavirus pandemic upended life, downtown Baltimore businesses still are struggling. In much of downtown, office workers and college students have not returned, people won’t venture out more than necessary, loans payments loom for restaurants and stores, and a fix from a vaccine seems a long way off.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — First there was taco night, then barbecue sandwiches, followed by meats by the pound — all splashy marketing events to generate buzz leading up to Proof BBQ’s grand opening in the Cleveland suburbs. And then…