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Old Solo Cup Factory In Owings Mills Demolished To Make Way For New Retail Space

Say goodbye to the old Solo Cup factory. Developers begin making way for new stores and offices coming to Owings Mills.

04/18/2013

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Domino Sugar Factory Employee Injured On The Job

A man is injured on the job at the Domino Sugar Factory.

11/19/2012

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Ashland To Raze Md. Factory Before Selling Site

Ashland Inc. company officials say they have discontinued production at an Elkton manufacturing facility and plan to tear it down.

09/13/2012

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Tesla Sued Over New Mexico Model S Factory That Never Was

Tesla Motors purchased a pre-built facility in California. The trouble is, they may have already committed to one in New Mexico.

08/13/2012

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Good Humor Shortage Puts Ice Cream Man In Bad Mood

The first heat wave of summer in the Northeast is putting fans of certain Good Humor bars in a bad mood.

06/20/2012

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Unilever Ice Cream Plant In Hagerstown To Close

The Unilever ice cream plant in Hagerstown will close at the end of July, leaving about 390 employees without jobs.

05/09/2012

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Knorr Brake’s Md. Expansion Could Bring 60 Jobs

A company that makes brakes and doors for passenger rail cars is starting work on an expansion of its Westminster plant that is expected to add 60 jobs by 2018.

01/18/2012

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GM’s White Marsh Plant Holds Open House

Just one day after breaking ground on a new electric motor plant, the GM transmission plant in White Marsh opened its doors to hundreds of people for its first ever open house.

05/18/2011

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Factory Site At Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Sold

A former McCormick & Co. factory site at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor has been sold at auction for $11.5 million.

01/12/2011

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Fire Damages Landmark Moller Organ Factory In Md.

Investigators in Hagerstown are looking for the cause of a fire at a landmark factory building that once housed the world’s largest pipe organ manufacturer.

01/07/2011

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