Friends, if you and/or anyone you know navigate life with depression, anxiety, panic, PTSD, bipolar disorder, or any other mental health challenge, you know the everyday - often silent - heroism involved. On April 6, at Notre Dame of Maryland University's LeClerc Hall, fourteen courageous community members will stand up to break through that silence and share their healing journeys through story, poetry, song, and comedy in the upcoming Baltimore production of This Is My Brave.
Offit Kurman Attorneys At Law is pleased to announce that the firm has won the GGI Member Firm of the Year Award 2018. The award was presented during GGI’s World Conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina last month.
The Honorable Catherine E. Pugh to Deliver Keynote Address at the 2018 Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce's "Breakfast with the Mayor"
The Honorable Catherine E. Pugh to Deliver Keynote Address at the
2018 Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce “Breakfast with The Mayor”
Request for Grant Applications
The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) is seeking grant applications from any educational institution, educational organization, or business development organization to provide training and assistance to small, minority, and women business owners and entrepreneurs seeking to become licensed as medical cannabis growers, processors, or dispensaries in the State.
Grant ID Number: MMCC 19-111
Apply for SBA Disaster Assistance Before the Sept. 24 Physical Damage Application Deadline for Severe Flooding
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Fawn O’Hara
Marketing Communications Manager
STRATEGIC FACTORY SET TO HOST STRATEGIC FEST
Local company aims to wow guests with state-of-the-art facility, live music and entertainment
The Maryland Equity & Inclusion Leadership Program (MEILP) is now accepting applications for the 2019 program, after a highly successful program launch in 2017.
Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce to Host
2018 Annual Meeting: “Committed to Baltimore”
Marianne Bannister to emcee event with keynote speakers Demian Costa, Sagamore Ventures; Pat Moriarty, Baltimore Ravens; and
Michael Teitelbaum, Baltimore Magazine
Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce Calls on Businesses, Residents and Elected Officials to Support Retaining Preakness Stakes at Pimilco
Baltimore (April 26, 2018) While attendance at the Kentucky Derby declined in 2013 and again in 2016, attendance at the Preakness Stakes has steadily increased over the past four years and drew a record crowd of 140,327 in 2017. The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce today called on local businesses, residents and elected officials to support retaining the Second Jewel of the Triple Crown at Pimlico.
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