Last year the mayor issued an executive order requiring businesses signing deals with the city worth over $50,000 to contact the city about hiring city workers. Now, as an offshoot to that initiative, the city is expanding the service to any business in town.
When M.J. Eckert and Nancy Fields launched their lice removal business, they underestimated the demand for their itch niche.
The legislative season has arrived, giving downtown businesses a chance to woo lawmakers with everything from coffee to crab cakes.
A program that teaches military veterans how to start a business is expanding from its Eastern Shore roots to two more Maryland counties.
The city of Hagerstown is taking a fresh look at downtown redevelopment.
There are plenty of people looking for gifts and buying the last few ingredients for that holiday meal. But the coming fiscal cliff has analysts downgrading sales projections.
State and local officials say Sodexo Inc. has re-signed the lease on its North American headquarters in Gaithersburg.
While working the cash register, Marge Stevens’ eyes reddened with tears Wednesday as the 84-year-old shop owner told customers the news. After 53 years of doing business beside Annapolis’ harbor, Stevens Hardware will close at the end of this month, after years of sagging sales.
Ellen Allen’s new storefront means customers won’t have to travel to Millersville to pick up their purse purchases.
At a time when many are struggling to stay afloat, the city opens an opportunity for small businesses.
The Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates is holding a forum to hear from business leaders.
If you’ve been to the Avenue Market, you know it’s a part of Baltimore history. The Pennsylvania Avenue landmark has been open more than 60 years.