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Maryland Farm Renting Baby Chicks to Families to Avoid Post-Easter Chicken Abandonment

Maryland Farm Renting Baby Chicks to Families to Avoid Post-Easter Chicken Abandonment

Some parents think that buying a baby chick for their children during Easter time is a fun idea. Unfortunately, many of these chickens are abandoned shortly after the holidays once…

Critically Ill or Injured Hospital Patients in Maryland May Be Charged $40,000 for This One Service

Critically Ill or Injured Hospital Patients in Maryland May Be Charged $40,000 for This One Service

When one hospital is unable to treat a patient due to a lack of staffing or equipment, the patient may be lifted via air ambulance to be moved quickly to…

Maryland Live Casino Launches New Jackpot Slot Machine Game, Starting May 28, To Lure Gamblers

Maryland Live Casino Launches New Jackpot Slot Machine Game, Starting May 28, To Lure Gamblers

Maryland Live Casino has recently announced the launch of its new promotional game, Giant Jackpots, which begins May 28. Capital GazetteĀ states that the game is the casino’s way of attracting…

Baltimore Rising: Series of Large Apartment Building Projects in Store for Downtown

Baltimore Rising: Series of Large Apartment Building Projects in Store for Downtown

More contemporary apartment buildings are in the works for Baltimore. Plans for two projects were presented last week Thursday to the city’s design review panel. The Time Group is moving…

Prominent Maryland Investor Purchases $15 Million-Worth of Damaged Properties in Baltimore

Prominent Maryland Investor Purchases $15 Million-Worth of Damaged Properties in Baltimore

  For many investors, managing their finances often comes down to a number of established rules: for example, look for stocks with higher gross profit ratios (GPR) for more timely…

After the Riots, Baltimore’s Businesses Could Be at Risk

After the Riots, Baltimore’s Businesses Could Be at Risk

In the wake of the riots and protests that captured national attention, the city of Baltimore has a significant amount of work in its future. While the total cost of…

Elkton Market Closed Indefinitely After Fire Causes $150,000 in Damage

Elkton Market Closed Indefinitely After Fire Causes $150,000 in Damage

A recent fire forced an Elkton-area eatery and grocery store to close indefinitely, after causing approximately $150,000 in damage. According to theĀ Cecil Whig, a passerby called 911 at approximately 9:45…

Baltimore Likely To Suffer Years of Negative Economic Impacts After A Few Days of Rioting

Baltimore Likely To Suffer Years of Negative Economic Impacts After A Few Days of Rioting

As rioters took to the streets in Baltimore following the funeral of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, local politicians and news stations have increasingly become aware of the decades-long civil unrest that…

Maryland Police Departments Advise Homeowners to Beware of Home Improvement Scams

Maryland Police Departments Advise Homeowners to Beware of Home Improvement Scams

With winter finally behind us, it’s the perfect time for many Maryland homeowners to start on some long-anticipated home improvement projects. But before you rush into revamping your house, police…

Johns Hopkins Encourages New Startups in Baltimore

Johns Hopkins Encourages New Startups in Baltimore

One of the 1,837 colleges and universities in the United States, Johns Hopkins University is committed to bringing new businesses to Baltimore. The university has expanded its business accelerator and…

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