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A new University of Maryland–Baltimore program is helping West Baltimore students tap into their potential.

Launched in October 2015, the UMB CURE Scholars Program is the first middle school program of its kind.

Ten years ago, a friend asked Chesapeake Urology President and CEO Dr. Sanford Siegel, “What are you going to do to help the people of the inner city?”

On a small patch of land beside PEPCO’s Rockville Service Center lives a home that is anything but ordinary.

The battlefield is set. Area 53 and Destiny, two metallic, articulated robots, prepare to dual for the stars.

Ideas, interest and innovation will propel progress.

The coalition believes a paid leave mandate could hurt employers enough to hurt employees, too

Business coalition says mandatory paid leave will cost more than it helps

Since Hartman Executive Advisors’ beginning in 2004, volunteerism and community involvement have been integral to the company culture, and that starts with the founders.

Fiscal efficiency and innovation are kind of like chocolate and chili powder; they work together, but they’re not the first combination that comes to mind. BGE’s STRIDE program is solid evidence that they can be key ingredients in a recipe for better energy infrastructure.

What does it mean to excel in cyber? A look at the Maryland Cybersecurity Roundtable, co-hosted by the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc., the Maryland Department of Commerce and the Maryland Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday.

Comprehensive package would invest $5 million in job creation and training

To make Maryland attractive to businesses, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce is keeping a close eye on 2017 General Assembly issues like mandatory paid leave, income tax credits, and liability.

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